|Volume I Issue # 2|
| Monday, September 14, 1998
There are several aspects of this University that make us unique as a campus community. These are characteristics that set us apart and make us different from other campuses. Included within that difference is our sense of hospitality and service. We are a campus community that extends hospitality and service to others. Hospitality and service must continue to be words that define us as a university. [More...]
Picture of the Week
Junior Toby Jackson poses with former Country and Western Music singer Naomi Judd during a Friends of the Arts reception last week. Judd spoke at Ozarks as part of the 1998-99 “Year of the Woman” Walton Arts & Ideas Series. [More...]
° Students Participates in Undergraduate Chemistry research Program
° Student Serve as Summer Missionaries
° Faculty Voice recital Scheduled
° Interested in Astronomy?
° Cross Country Squads Open Season
° In the Stephens Galley
° Athletic Department receives good news
° Flag Football to Begin
° Rotaract Club will Meet!
° Soccer Teams open Season with Wins
° University Chorus Holds Retreat
15 -- Faculty Music Recital, Dr. David De Seguirant, 7:30 p.m., Rowntree Recital Hall
16 -- TV-6 On-Camera Tryouts
17 -- Work Study Checks ready after 10 a.m.
17 -- OSEA Meeting , 11:30 a.m. in Mabee-111
17 -- Diverse Practicum Seminar, 3:30 p.m.
19 -- Soccer (M/W) vs. Mississippi College, 1 p.m., Home
20 -- Soccer (M/W) vs. Southwest Baptist, Noon, Home
22 -- Rotaract Club Meeting in purple & gold room of Seay Center, 12:00 noon
23 -- Health Screening Fair, 7:30 a.m.
23 -- First TV-6 Newscast, 6:30 p.m. & 9 p.m.
24 -- Diverse Practicum Seminar, 10:45 a.m.
25 -- Work Study Time Sheets due before noon
25 -- Clep Registration Deadline>br> 30 -- Soccer (M/W) vs. Hendrix College, 2 p.m., Home
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