Olivet has purchased library and bookstore furniture in New York covering 17,000 square feet stacked end to end. The furniture was acquired in preparation for the establishment of a bookstore and libraries to support the future needs of students in New York.
The latest featured magazine article from ARTS: Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, was written by Olivet College of Art & Design Dean Dr. Joan Brix Carter. Titled “Destaebler’s Winged Figure: A Unique Vision,” the article was an art historical look at Stephen DeStaebler’s sculpture in the rotunda of the Graduate Theolgical Union’s Flora Lamson Hewlett Library.
Members across the University community attended a memorial service celebrating the life of Dr. Ralph D. Winter at Lake Avenue Congregational Church in Pasadena, Calif., on Sunday, June 28.
Olivet University Honorary Chairman Dr. Ralph D. Winter died on May 20 at his home in Pasadena, California, following a long battle with cancer. He was 84.
OIT has begun the weekly seminar sessions for the new semester where each week, a student presents the work he or she is doing.
Olivet College of Art and Design (OCAD) received a generous donation of over 200 lithograph art pieces from a private contributor, Michael Agron, a businessman from Pomona, CA.
Recent donations to the Olivet College of Journalism (OCJ) and Olivet College of Art & Design (OCAD) libraries are stirring excitement in the student community.
Olivet University's R&D team announced a major breakthrough last week regarding the development of the new e-Library.
The Ralph D Winter E-Library development is receiving added consideration thanks to the university community's feedback.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- On March 14, faculty and students from Olivet Institute of Technology (OIT) welcomed guests from Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) to participate in its weekly e-Library research seminar.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- The main library at Olivet University has made great efforts provide digital and network-oriented collections and services with the evolution of the university's e-Library.
SAN FRANCISCO, Ca. - Olivet College of Art and Design (OCAD) received a generous donation over 240 lithograph art pieces from a private contributor on January 18.
In collaboration with internationally recognized booksellers across the country, the University Library is making more books in available in Olivet's collection.
Olivet University has received a generous donation through a bequest from the estate of the late Dr. Doug Adams. The gift includes books, films, slides, and other media resources supporting the University's Art & Design library.