St. Olaf News

St. Olaf faculty member’s work earns national recognition

St. Olaf College faculty member David Schalliol is earning national recognition for his expertise and creativity in bringing awareness to architectural innovation and ...

 

Gaining hands-on experience at the National Institutes of Health

Shortly after Djatougbe Nadine Dogbe '19 graduated from high school in her home country of Togo, her dad had a serious accident that opened her eyes to the importance ...

 

Seeing China through a different lens

St. Olaf College alumnus Kyle Obermann '14 is eager to show the world that there is far more to China than its densely populated urban areas. As the winner of the ...

 

St. Olaf graduate selected for global leadership program

Recent St. Olaf College graduate Karla Ruiz '17 has been selected to participate in the Leadership Development Program of The Global Education & Leadership Foundation ...

 

St. Olaf music student wins string competition

St. Olaf College student musician Hannie McGarity '19 won first prize in the Edvard Grieg Society of Minnesota String Competition. As the winner of the competition, sh ...

 

A ‘creative outlet’ turned career

"Electricity was shot through the wire, lighting up the dark room. It ran through the veins of the plant and lit up its architecture." St. Olaf College student Rac ...

 

Student receives grant for project that uses art to promote peace in Rwanda

St. Olaf College student Halima Ingabire '18 believes in the healing power of art. This summer, she will use traditional Rwandan artwork to promote peace and recon ...

 

Three Oles earn scholarship to study critical languages abroad

St. Olaf College students Ross Nevin '17, Anna Kruskop '18, and Julianne Stewart '20 will spend the summer in an intense learning environment abroad after receiving a ...

 

New York Times ranks St. Olaf among top colleges providing access

St. Olaf College ranks in the top one-third of schools included in the New York Times' annual College Access Index. The list of "Top Colleges Doing the Most for the Am ...

 

Comprehensive campaign surpasses 75 percent of $200 million goal

St. Olaf College’s For the Hill and Beyond comprehensive campaign has surpassed 75 percent of its $200 million goal. As of May 31, donors have generously committed more ...