In an issue of the "Communiqué"
last semester, I wrote about the significance of our Tuesday Chapel services
and described the historic Munger Chapel. The Chapel stands as the symbol
of faith and worship on our campus. There is one other aspect of the Chapel
and our services that merits special comment: our Reuter pipe organ, the
"Great Hosanna." [More...]
| Lidia Sierra,
a senior elementary education major from Matamoros, Mexico.
Photo: Otto J. Mejia
of the Week
a senior elementary education major from Matamoros, Mexico, is crowned
Ozarks' 1999 Homecoming Queen during ceremonies on campus Saturday,
Feb. 13. Presenting the crown to Sierra is 1998 Homecoming Queen Rebecca
° Prospective Faculty visit Campus
° Intramural News
° Ash Wednesday Service
° Eagle Basketball Update
° Faculty Enrichment Award
° PBL Week
° Karen Jones Attends Conference
° Linn Featured Artist for February
° University Cabaret
° Thinking about Graduate School?
° Students to Participate in Computer Competition
° Religion Field Trip
° Jones Learning Center Gains New Staff
-Single Parent Scholarship
-Women's Service Scholarship
17 -- TV-6 Newscast, 6:30 and 9:00 p.m.
19 -- CAB Event
20 -- Movie Night - MacLean
21 -- WAIS - Ft. Smith Symphony, 2:00 p.m.
22 -- RA Applications Due
22 -- Work-study Timesheets due before noon
23 -- Baseball at Arkansas Tech (DH), 1 p.m.
24 -- TV-6 Newscast 6:30 and 9:00 p.m.
26 -- Tennis (M/W) vs. Austin College, Home, 3:00 p.m.
26 30 Hour Fammin
26 Pool Tournament/Movie Night
26 Work-study checks available after 10:00 a.m.
27 30 Hour Fammin
28 Planet Club Spadra Creek Restoration, 1:00 p.m.
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