A team of Olivet Institute of Technology graduates worked with Olivet University Research and Development Center to develop new text taxonomy and tagging technology that would help online newspapers categorize their contents more efficiently.
Does God belong in the public arena of politics, business, law and education Or is religion a private matter, only personally comforting but publicly irrelevant
Students from Olivet Theological College & Seminary recently formed a dancing club that would help them discover their inner beauty and express their love for God.
Olivet Business School launched a workshop in New York recently to help international students improve their communication skills.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies held oral exams earlier this month at Olivet University's San Francisco campus.
Olivet School of Art and Design recently appointed a new director who is an award-winning artist.
Freedoms of speech, the press and religion are under attack in the United States as more people are being silenced amid fears of offending, said a group of journalists, lawyers and First Amendment experts.
A group of students at Olivet Theological College & Seminary recently formed a theological fellowship in order to stay on top of their studies and succeed in their classes.
Christian Ethics has proven to be a popular course this quarter at Olivet Theological College & Seminary with high enrollment and lively class discussions.
Jubilee School recently held a recording session in Nashville, Tennessee, where students picked up some audio engineering techniques.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies held its orientation Tuesday for the new academic year at Olivet University's San Francisco campus.
Olivet School of Media and Communication, OSMC, added a new course on broadcast journalism for Fall Quarter.