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2022-2023 Student Government Association & Programming Board Announced

The results for the 2022-2023 Student Government Association and Programming Board elections have been announced. These students will represent the student body for the next academic year. President: Ashrakat Hassan Vice President of the Senate: Jada Thomas Vice President of the Programming Board: Maria Coles Treasurer: TBD in Fall 2022 Parliamentarian: Jasmine Martin Secretary: Nathania […]

Student pop-up shop promotes Oglethorpe women’s businesses

On March 11, the Oglethorpe Panhellenic Council held Oglethorpe’s first women-owned business pop-up shop. The event, held in the Cousins Center for Science and Innovation, was created by the Panhellenic Council to accomplish one of their goals, to reach a bigger audience on campus, and to celebrate Women’s History Month and the businesses created by […]

“Re-Purpose: Monte Creates” exhibition open through April 17

From March 11-April 17, the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art (OUMA) is hosting the exhibition titled “Re-Purpose: Monte Creates.” Curated by Senior Class President Makayla Adams ’22 and OUMA Director Elizabeth Peterson Jennings, Re-Purpose brings together select works by Oglethorpe student Monte Hahn, who passed away in 2021. Monte’s creative journey straddles the worlds of art […]

Humans of Oglethorpe: Stephen Graffius ’24

Stephen Graffius ’24 is a junior physics-engineering dual degree major.  “The reason I came to Oglethorpe is because I was recruited to run cross country and track. And it’s worked out so far, which is really nice. I’ve picked up a lot of things along the way that I wouldn’t have really expected—like joining a […]

Phoenix Flies historic sites tour to include Oglethorpe’s campus

Oglethorpe University will once again be featured as a point of interest in the annual Phoenix Flies: A Celebration of Atlanta’s Historic Sites, presented by the Atlanta Preservation Center. This year, Library Director Eli Arnold ’06 will guide visitors back through the history of OU. Founded in 1835 in Midway, Georgia, Oglethorpe has an eccentric past, which includes being […]

Humans of Oglethorpe: Rachael Morris ’24

Rachael Morris ’24 is a sophomore theatre major. “I did color guard for about two years. I could only do it for that long because I turned my focus to theatre, and it was really hard to do both. I wish there was a world where I could have done both, because I have a […]

School spirit shines through on Oglethorpe Day ’22

Today, students, faculty and staff celebrated one of Oglethorpe’s beloved traditions — Oglethorpe Day. The sun shone brightly as the campus community gathered for the event for the first time since 2020. This annual tradition celebrates the university’s namesake, James Edward Oglethorpe. It is on Oglethorpe Day that we are reminded of the motto of […]

Freshman class president launches podcast “by Petrels, for Petrels”

Freshman class president Ashleigh Ewald ’25 recently launched and is hosting “The Stormy Petrel Times,” a new podcast devoted to helping Oglethorpe students feel connected and informed. Named after OU’s mascot, The Stormy Petrel Times will offer weekly content, including the latest campus news and interviews with students, faculty, and staff who are making a difference […]

Oglethorpe Day 2022 will celebrate history, community, school pride

Oglethorpe Day is just around the corner! On Wednesday, Feb. 9, the beloved OU celebration returns for a day of school spirit and camaraderie. Oglethorpe Day is a yearly tradition honoring the lasting legacy of the university’s namesake, General James Edward Oglethorpe.  A philanthropist, military leader, and member of Parliament, Oglethorpe was regarded as one of Britain’s most […]