Olivet The Magazine 2022 Spring Issue

The spring issue coming soon to mailboxes.

May we be startled by the creative genius of our God during these days and determined to give Him our very best. And as we once again endeavor to grow our way into the future, may we choose the God-sized, spirt-filled, Christ-centric path — the abundant life that God has set before us.
– From the Letter from the Editors

The spring 2022 issue of Olivet The Magazine was curated by the editorial team around the theme In Every Season to highlight the many ways that Olivet constituents plants seeds of influence to build the Kingdom. "Root.Grow.Thrive." covers the personal stories of more than 18 students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and friends of the university as well as campus initiatives that center on sustainability and community longevity.

This issue includes a new feature: The Interview with President Gregg Chenoweth, Ph.D. As an added bonus, we've produced a full-length video interview to accompany the printed edition.

Watch the full interview

With a goal to help bolster the declining workforce of healthcare professionals, Olivet hosted a nursing summit in early 2022. The urgency for recruiting prospective students for the undergraduate program, continuing education and master’s programs and how the University is uniquely set up to help students of all levels succeed in professional readiness is covered in Nurses in Demand.

The 64-page issue also highlights news stories covering notable events and accomplishments; a University Honors Program article contributed by program director Dr. Stephen Case ’05; photo stories of ONU Tiger Athletics and Life at Olivet events; and class notes that celebrate the milestone moments in the lives of alumni.

Read the 2022 spring issue, and all back-issues of Olivet The Magazine, here.

To learn more about life at Olivet, contact the Office of Admissions at admissions@olivet.edu or 800-648-1463.

Published: 4/8/2022
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Note from the Editors: The "Root. Grow. Thrive." story incorrectly named Adam Ledyard's employer. He works for East Texas Baptist University (ETBU). The story also incorrectly listed Kennedy Gladding '20 as a communications professional on p.25. She is a graduate assistant in the Athletic Training at ETBU.