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Fighting for a voice

“This is history in the making,” said Olivet Nazarene University senior Katie Reed. Invested in the success of Pembroke Township, an impoverished town just 23 miles away from Olivet, Reed is rooting for Pembroke residents taking ownership of their land. 707 more words


Hello Hawaii!

Hawaii is the 50th and most recent state of the United States of America, receiving statehood on August 21, 1959. Hawaii is the only U.S. 282 more words


Playing like Jesus

Double-dribble Jesus inspires new policy

Game play is going to change big- time for the Olivet basketball teams’ next seasons. According to the Olivet Athletic Department, effective at the start of the 2016-2017 season, a double-dribble policy will be implemented. 493 more words


Catholics reclaim Olivet

Decision reached by administration to rename Olivet St. Viator, its former name

The board of directors has decided that in Fall 2016, Olivet Nazarene University will return to being a Catholic campus. 301 more words


Olivetians reassembled

The voices of the Olivetians have been rekindled by our Nazarene brothers and sisters in California.

In a farewell concert, the Olivetians made one final attempt to refund their program by selling an exclusive mixtape online. 388 more words


Eternal flame environmental hazard, 'science' says

Contrary to popular belief, the eternal flame, located across the street from the Olivet Nazarene University’s Admission’s building, is anything but miraculous.

The Environmental Working Gathering (EWG) released results to a new study earlier this week, revealing that Olivet’s eternal flame has been a significant contributor to global warming. 337 more words


Of Solomon and streaming: No more Netflix and chill

Starting next semester, Olivet couples will have to find a new alternative to “Netflix and chill.”

A high-ranking Information Technology (IT) official, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of student outrage, said that the university will ban the popular streaming service to free up Solomon’s bandwidth for academic purposes. 507 more words