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NSLS Pink Ladies: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The National Society of Leadership and Success will selling chocolates for $2 in the TLCC outside the cafeteria in an effort to raise money to support a Breast Cancer Awareness Organization! We will also be accepting magazines and snacks as donations for the women suffering with breast cancer. We will be selling from Oct.12-13 and […]

Kelly Grey Carlisle to read from memoir

Author Kelly Grey Carlisle will be at the Earl Dolive Theatre Monday, October 9, reading from her recently published memoir, We Are All Shipwrecks. The Library Journal called We Are All Shipwrecks, “moving and complex” and “an exquisitely written tale of perseverance and unconditional love. A worthwhile addition to any collection.” Carlisle is the daughter-in-law of […]

Freshman class Student Government Association Officers announced

Congratulations to the newest members of the Student Government Association. Freshman Class President: Olumeka Mejeidu Freshman Class Senators: Hadia Barakat, Luis Pereira Hernandez, Amelia Holley, and Samuel Katz Keep involved in what is happening on SGA and around campus by visiting OUConnect, following on twitter @sgaou, and coming to weekly meetings Thursday at 6 pm, where any student […]

Auditions for “Weird Sisters”

Rehearsal Room C is proud to present “Weird Sisters” by James Venhaus and directed by Theatre Senior Allegra Schmitt. Auditions are Friday, October 6 at 6:30 and callbacks are Sunday, October 8 at 6:30. All are welcome to audition regardless of experience.

Post-Apocalyptic Pop-Up

“Memory Narrative,” a Post-Apocalyptic Pop-Up, will be presented in conjunction with the production of “Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play,” in the Conant Performing Arts Center Lobby Gallery October 20-28, 2017. There will be an artist meet-and-greet on Saturday, October 21 at 6:30 pm, prior to that evening’s production. Artists on display include: Sophia Sabsowitz, Kirsten Stingle, Nicole Merkens, Shadow […]

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Promote online: To be included on the official Oglethorpe calendar, events must be submitted through OUConnect. Submitting your event to OUConnect also ensures that your event will be included in Sunday’s weekly event email, on Stall Wall Weekly, and promotion via Oglethorpe’s official Twitter account.  If you are not able to submit events via OUConnect, email your event to University Communications with the subject […]

William Hammack is the Fall 2017 Rikard Lecture speaker

William Hammack, retired President and CEO of C. W. Mathews, will be the speaker for the Fall 2017 Rikard Lecture Series, Wednesday September 27, 4:30 pm in the Philip Weltner Library Atrium. The 1973 business graduate of Oglethorpe will share lessons learned in his 43-year career as well as the traits executives look for in […]

On-campus: Sprout Film Festival “making the invisible visible”

Oglethorpe University’s Accessibility Services is partnering with Hi-Hope Service Center to sponsor and host the Sprout Film Festival on Saturday, September 30 from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Conant Performing Arts Center. The Sprout Film Festival, founded in 2003, is the first and only festival to exclusively showcase films featuring people with intellectual and […]

Extended Deadline: Business Leadership Development

Open to all Sophomores and Juniors with a declared Business major. Business leadership development program was created by Oglethorpe alumni exclusively for Oglethorpe business students. You will receive a career coach to help you develop your hard and soft business and networking skills needed to navigate the campus recruiting process. The goal of this program is […]