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Oglethorpe in the news: Oct. 4-24

A scholarship program makes college a reality for undocumented students With the academic year in full swing, thousands of college students across the country are unable to pay for a higher education because their legal status blocks them from scholarships or financial aid, including from the federal government, the largest provider. Brookhaven city candidates stake […]

Oglethorpe in the news: Sept. 20-Oct. 3

  How 8 Georgia Students Made Their College Choices Learn how these students from a high school north of Atlanta gained admission to public and private colleges. SPRING AWAKENING Complete Information About SPRING AWAKENING in Atlanta at OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY. Oglethorpe Art Museum Participating In Museum Day BROOKHAVEN, GA – Famed Impressionist artist Henri Matisse once […]

Oglethorpe in the news: Aug. 30-Sept. 19

Cooper Carry Unveils Oglethorpe Building, Context Gallery Opens at ADAC West, and More News in Atlanta With events for designers happening daily, and new projects cropping up all over the city, keeping track of all the goings-on in Atlanta can be a tall order. That’s why AD PRO is here to keep you informed for […]

Cousins Center receives plaudits from design community

The I.W. “Ike” Cousins Center for Science and Innovation’s eye-catching design and focus on sustainability has been highlighted by several national and local news outlets. See what publications such as Architectural Digest had to say about the design, and how building architects Cooper Carry looked to improve the student experience and connect to the campus’s […]

Oglethorpe in the news: August 9-29

Oglethorpe University launches search for new president – Atlanta Business Chronicle The school, which has 1,350 students, is looking for a successor to Larry Schall, who is retiring. Oglethorpe University officially opens the I.W. ‘Ike’ Cousins Center for Science and Innovation The newly completed I.W. “Ike” Cousins Center for Science and Innovation on the Oglethorpe […]

Oglethorpe in the news: July 12-August 8

7 ways the provost’s job is bigger and broader than ever before Changes to funding models, instructional techniques and technology, among other areas, have pushed college and university officials to continually adapt. In the midst of this, one position has emerged as a change linchpin: the provost. Traditionally the chief academic officer, this campus leader […]

Oglethorpe in the news: June 28-July 11

Atlanta Business Chronicle names 2019 Most Admired CEO honorees – Atlanta Business Chronicle The 44 executives in 22 categories and industries will be honored at an awards dinner on Aug. 22 at The Fairmont where over 500 attendees are expected. International students’ work pursuits slowed by red tape There’s much to learn for international students, […]

Eleven Stormy Petrels named to SAA winter/spring all-sportsmanship teams

The Southern Athletic Association released their winter and spring all-sportsmanship teams Friday, recognizing student-athletes who displayed outstanding sportsmanship over the course of their seasons. The 2018-19 Oglethorpe student-athletes to earn winter and spring SAA all-sportsmanship designation are as follows: Baseball – Caleb Feibus and Johnathan Feibus (Srs., Clearwater, Fla.) Men’s basketball – Lane Foster (So., […]

Oglethorpe in the news: June 21-27

A surprise sculpture, a book with a dark past and other treasures unveiled Torrential rain did not keep them away. Well before the opening hour of 9 a.m. on June 8, more than 30 people were lined up at the Turner Lynch Campus Center at Oglethorpe University in Brookhaven. Juggling umbrellas, they carried boxes, shouldered […]