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‘It’s not about me!’

Pastor Ed Heck passed away suddenly Sept. 6. He served as a professor at Olivet and pastored Kankakee First Church. He was recipient of the “O” award in 2014, the highest honor the University gives to its alumni. 979 more words

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Drumbeats: Senior math student receives grant for elections’ research

Senior Christine Dorband is studying Math and Actual Science and has been given a Pence-Boyce research grant funded by Olivet alumni. Her grant proposal, “Analysis of the 2016,” was written and her research was conducted with the help of her faculty mentor, Dr. 645 more words

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Olivet purchases elementary school

There are some quirks to the former Robert Frost Elementary School—notably, the small restrooms made for small humans, but it isn’t children who will grace the halls of Robert Frost this year. 614 more words

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Q&A with Rob Prince

Pastor Rob Prince pastors Central Church of the Nazarene in Flint, Michigan, and is author of the book “Chronic Pain.” Prince is speaking at revival services at College Church of the Nazarene on the campus of Olivet Nazarene University from Sept. 833 more words

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Building to house inurned ashes at Olivet

Dr. Mark Quanstrom’s final resting place will be at Olivet. His children who live in states outside of Illinois but are Olivet alum will have the university as a gathering place to see each other and pay respect to their father. 525 more words

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Looking for a soulmate? Get a dog ...

April 27 marks the International Guide Dogs Day this year, the time to dedicate these phenomenal animals for the tremendous differences they make to the lives of people who lost their sight. 21 more words

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Tell me a Story: The Crested Golden Eagle of the Three Kingdoms

I am happy to have completed the story, each part has been continued on the page I started it on, this is the 10th August 2016 Grace in Housekeeping site post.   26 more words