Aurora-yearbook (University Archives)The Aurora is Olivet Nazarene University's yearbook, starting in 1914 continuing to the present.
ELAIA (Honors Program)
The Honors Journal of Olivet Nazarene University
The name Olivet comes from Mount Olivet, or the Mount of Olives, a hill outside Jerusalem known in ancient times for its olive groves and which featured prominently in Christ’s life and ministry. Olives have been cultivated for thousands of years and hold rich theological symbolism (the olive branch as a symbol of peace, for instance, or anointing with olive oil). In selecting a name for this journal, we wanted a title that drew upon the symbolism and history in Olivet’s name itself.
ELAIA (el’AYE’ah) is the phonetic spelling of the Greek word for olive. The symbolism is apt in more ways than one: olive trees take years to mature and bear fruit, and the research contained in this journal is likewise the fruit of these students’ years of labor. Like the olive tree, we pray these students continue to grow, cultivate deep roots, and bear the fruits of peace and holiness in all their scholarly endeavors.
GlimmerGlass (University Archives)The GlimmerGlass is the official newspaper of the Associated Students of Olivet Nazarene University and a member of the Illinois College Press Association. The opinions expressed in the GlimmerGlass are those of each writer and are not necessarily held by the Associated Student Council, faculty, administration or students of Olivet Nazarene University.
TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present (Student Publications)
The Tygr Literary and Art Magazine is a student-run publication at Olivet Nazarene University. Every Semester, the Tygr accepts literary and art submissions to be reviewed and compiled into a book format to be released in April. During the submission process, please note that "Article" refers to both Literary and Art submissions. TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present.
Please find past issues of TYGR by clicking here