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'Love Your Melon' launches at Olivet

Students at Olivet have found a new way to cap their melons in a rather effective, not to mention stylish, manner. The level II nursing class has founded a new club on campus, in partnership with the nation-wide program, Love Your Melon (LYM). 454 more words

Life

Panoply of Chinese Art

My visit to the library always involved me going to the little art space where a donation by a generous citizen formed a panoply of Chinese Art.   60 more words

Norwegian Will Open Two More US Bases for Pilots and Crew

Following approval by the USDOT of the application for its Irish carrier, Norwegian Air International (NAI) to serve U.S. cities, Norwegian Group has announced that it will open two additional pilot and crew bases in the U.S. 581 more words

Aviation Matters

Singleness for service: Meet the single professors of Olivet

They call themselves the “Single Bimbos.” The irony is that none of these amazing women could be considered empty-headed. Usually consisting of four or five members, this group of close-knit friends comes together for food, community support and lots of laughs. 707 more words

Life

Rearranging the Divide

One of my favorite days of the year is the two days after Thanksgiving when my mom pulls up all the boxes from the basement containing Christmas decorations. 682 more words

Opinion

A country divided

President Abraham Lincoln addressed the Republican State Convention, in June 1850, after being chosen as Illinois’ candidate for senator.  He held to the belief that the nation was headed towards a fight because of their division and prejudice against others. 688 more words

Olivet Nazarene University

Also, In the Skies: 10 Hot Aviation Happenings in Week 47

Hot happenings in the skies this week included an amazing take-off, and a bit of a mystery. 727 more words

Airlines