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WPS: IATA Boss Lays Out Mile Markers for a Better Journey

During the World Passenger Symposium in Dubai, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) shared details of the key contributors which will help improve air travel as the industry prepares for nearly twice as passengers flying over the next two decades. 1,050 more words

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A taste of Malaysia

Sodexo chief brings Southeast Asian cuisine to Ludwig

Olivet students do a lot of traveling; we study abroad, go on tour through musical and athletic programs, and embark on MIA trips to other side of the world. 684 more words


Swim team finishes 4 at Denis Stark Relays

The men and women’s swimming and diving teams finished fourth at their first event of the 2016-2017 season on Oct. 7, at the Denis Stark Relays hosted by Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind. 499 more words


Featured Story: Does Your Dog Have Collar Envy?

It’s easy to be swayed by trendy dog collars and harnesses out there. But does your dog have the type that best fits their needs? The wide variety of shapes and categories can be intimidating to browse through, so here’s a quick breakdown of some of the more common ones you’ll see in stores! 1,057 more words

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When relentless work ethic leads to injury

A cross country runner’s story of leadership and recovery

Let’s get to work,” said Mike McDowell, Olivet Nazarene University cross-country and track-and-field coach.

Senior Sarah Ray, cross country and track National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and All-American runner, is known by her fellow teammates as being a hard-worker and a leader. 519 more words

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Grandparents returning to campus Oct. 6

Life at Olivet is not only shaped by the experiences of current students, but also by those of past generations. On Grandparents Day 2016, sophomore Zach Tamez and sophomore Chase Waterbury will reminisce about the memories they have made at Olivet with their alumni grandparents. 525 more words


Engineering Department gears up for competitions to ‘accelerate’ growth of clubs

Some people race cars. Others race concrete canoes and robots.

Last year the school of engineering conducted research into which areas students were expressing interest in and as a result have begun forming two new competitive clubs: the American Society of Civil Engineers concrete canoe, and the Walker Robotics Club. 621 more words