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  • Nataliya Malaydakh

175th Homecoming for Olivet College

Olivet College will be celebrating the start of its 175 anniversary beginning with this year’s Homecoming.

According to the Olivet College website, Homecoming is Sept. 28-29. A countdown clock is currently provided on the website as a way to keep track of the time. Samantha Pearl, Class of 2000 and director of Alumni Engagement, is in charge of Homecoming 2018. The theme has not yet been announced. Pearl said that the theme would be up to the students, but the main focus most certainly is on the history of Olivet College. She mentioned the need to create a Homecoming Student Committee that will help out in planning and decision making in regards to all the student activities.



Student Media Leaders Sought

Leadership positions for Olivet Col- lege’s student media are now open for applications.

Positions include the editor of the school newspaper, The Echo, the edi- tor of The Gar eld Lake Review, the annual literary and art magazine, and station manager of WOCR, 89.1, the student radio station. There is a social media coordinator position available as well, to manage and produce social media for student media.

Applications are available from me- dia advisers or by emailing jwilliams@ Deadline for applica- tions is Friday, Feb. 23 at 5 p.m. Man- agement and media knowledge are a plus. All applicants must have a 2.5 gpa or above. Practicum or internship credit is available for these positions.

Interviews will be held Tuesday, Feb. 27, and student leaders will be an- nounced before Spring Break.

Activity Liaison in the Student Govern- ment Association (SGA), senior Alex Lehman said that there will be a survey sent out to insure that students’ voices would be heard. The survey will provide the list of activities that students might like to participate in. Lehman said that the SGA is strongly con- sidering sponsoring a reworks show that would take place on Saturday night.

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