Ouachita Singers and Women’s Chorus to perform together in concert April 15

Ouachita’s division of music will present the Ouachita Singers and Women’s Chorus in concert on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the McBeth Recital Hall. The concert is open to the public and admission is free. The spring concert represents the conclusion of the year for both of these groups. After performing in multiple concerts, musical […]

Jesus and Prayer: Newly crowned Miss OBU talks pageant past and staying focused for journey to Miss AR

littering gowns. Perfect hair. Confident steps. Flawless makeup. Enchanting talent. Eloquent words. Silky sash. Shiny crown. Pageant queen. Many girls grow up wearing plastic tiaras, singing for audiences of stuffed animals and playing dress up to parade around and show off their princess gowns. Some of them continue in this trend long after baby teeth […]

Business School to offer new ‘Sports Management Program’

he Hickingbotham School of Business will offer a new sport management emphasis next fall under it’s business administration major. The Sport Management program was developed by Dr. Kent Faught, associate professor of management and the Heflin Chair of Business. The program will become an emphasis within the business administration major and will feature four classes […]

Sodexo’s Biggest Smile: The Story of Carolyn Green and her Contagious Spirit

s the first chicken nuggets and waffle fries are dropped into the deep fryer every morning, Ms. Carolyn Green arrives for her daily shift in the Evans Student Center. As usual, she has a smile on her face, stopping to talk to everyone that she knows. But, her smile doesn’t just stop after the morning […]

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The Ultimate NCAA Tournament Experience

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Gabby Douglas makes history, touches hearts

The “Fab Five” made history on July 31, 2012, and among the group of teenage girls was Gabby Douglas. The 16 year old young lady made history, and touched a lot of hearts, by winning two gold medals in the Summer Olympics. Being a Gold Medalist was said to have been Gabby’s number 1 memory […]

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NCAA Selection Committee Adds to March’s “Madness”

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Baseball Photos against UAM

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Ten-Second Rule Should be Looked at from Different Angle

The NCAA Football Rules Committee has proposed a significant change to the rulebook for the upcoming season. Under this rule, offenses would not be able to snap the ball in the first 10 seconds of the play clock to allow defensive substitutions that need to be made. If the offense violates this rule, they will […]

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