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Madison McNulty

Madison McNulty

Phone:  815-936-3957
Students with last names beginning with: A, B, I, Y

Major: Fashion merchandising with a minor in marketing

Hometown: Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Favorite class at Olivet: Textiles

Best Olivet memory: I absolutely loved the memories made late at night with my roommates as we were all delirious and procrastinating. The best conversations and the most hilarious memories were always the result of these circumstances.

Favorite ONU prof and why: Dr. Diane Richardson because she not only went out of her way to make sure I succeeded as a student, but she also assisted me in succeeding as a person.

What makes Olivet different from other universities? College is about learning who you are and who you want to be. At Olivet, I could question and explore who I was and who I am in the Lord with the support of my peers and professors. How cool to be surrounded by people who are on your side and who love you as deeply as a family member does!

Hobbies: Rollerblading, drinking/brewing/smelling coffee, reading, friend-making, planning events, listening to podcasts, exploring new places and finding the hidden.

Favorite extracurricular activity as a student: I loved my time in Associated Student Council. I had the opportunity to be a part of ASC on different levels throughout my four years as a student.

Favorite college trip: Attending fashion shows in Chicago with my fellow fashion merchandising majors.

Advice for new students: Be a YES man or woman. If your schedule will allow it and you won’t be overwhelmed, there is no reason why you should say no. Especially if it will get you out of your comfort zone!

Favorite Bible verse: “In my search for wisdom and in my observation of people’s burdens here on earth, I discovered that there is ceaseless activity, day and night. I realized that no one can discover everything God is doing under the sun. Not even the wisest people discover everything, no matter what they claim.” Ecclesiastes 8:16–17



Understanding is a wellspring of life unto him that has it: but the instruction of fools is folly.