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Oglethorpe ranks among best colleges in Georgia, top liberal arts school has once again named Oglethorpe University among its top 10 Best Colleges In Georgia. The research annually identifies the 40 top schools in the state based on the quality of education, cost, potential future earnings, reputation, and flexibility. All accredited higher education institutions—from small, private colleges to the largest state universities—were reviewed. Oglethorpe University […]

Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honor society taps new members

Oglethorpe University’s Omicron Delta Kappa Circle has tapped 16 new inductees to become members of the highly selective national leadership honor society: Lamia Bhuiyan Makenna Skye Bryant Rebecca Castro Aida Mezrak Daniel Andrea Kezh Danielle Grace Lindmier Beck McDonald Alyssa Merletti Connor K. Murphy Isabella Marie Nangano Alexis Michelle Salgueiro Imisha Sayani Miriam Simma Sarah N. […]

Senior self-publishes first novel “A Darker Hue of You”

Oglethorpe is celebrating National Novel Writing Month this November by showcasing one of its talented students and writers, Danyelle Briggs ’22, who is releasing her first novel in January 2022. After three years in the making, Briggs is self-publishing her book “A Darker Hue of You” through Amazon‘s Kindle direct publishing, and pre-orders of the […]

Oglethorpe students raise donations for Hurricane Ida victims

At the end of August, Hurricane Ida swept through the United States and disproportionately affected the state of Louisiana. Following Hurricane Katrina, this category four tropical storm was the second-worst hurricane to hit the state. After her family in Louisiana was personally affected by Ida, Tai Suarez ’23 wanted to bring together Oglethorpe students to […]

Oglethorpe welcomes TheDream.US Scholars to campus for new academic year

This fall, Oglethorpe welcomed 42 new TheDream.US Scholars to campus, who joined more than 50 Scholars continuing their studies. TheDream.US is the nation’s largest college access and career success program for immigrant youth “DREAMers” who came to the United States as children and attended K-12 schools, but are ineligible for federal financial aid. The program […]

Senior awarded PRSA Georgia’s ‘Multicultural PRism Scholarship’

Georgia’s chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) recently awarded Kaniya Bates ’22 with the 2021 Multicultural PRism Scholarship. The scholarship was established in 2019 to assist and recognize undergraduate and graduate students for their commitment to the practice of public relations. Bates, a communication studies major and business administration minor, is currently […]

Oglethorpe among Princeton Review’s 2022 “Best Colleges: Region by Region”

The Princeton Review has once again recognized Oglethorpe University as one of the Best Colleges in the Southeast. The well-known education services company included Oglethorpe in its 2022 Best Colleges Region by Region–recommended schools that are “academically outstanding and well worth consideration” in a college search.  Only 143 colleges in 12 Southeastern states and 655 overall […]