Date Released: 5/16/2013In conjunction with the Clarksville-Johnson County Chamber of Commerce, recent University of the Ozarks art graduates Rikki Runyan and Carlos Ramirez began painting murals on facades of downtown buildings as a way to beautify the downtown area and connect Ozarks with the Clarksville community.
Date Released: 5/13/2013Theatre majors at Ozarks are routinely referred to as some of the hardest working students on campus, and their drive to succeed will not be on break over the summer holidays. This summer, nine Ozarks theatre students will be gaining real-world theatre experience participating in internships, workshops, and full-time jobs around the country.
Date Released: 5/13/2013Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks head athletic trainer Chad Floyd will hold a student athletic trainer workshop July 22-23 on Ozarks' campus for high school students.
Date Released: 5/13/2013Ozarks Outdoors and Ozark Safety and Rescue Educators are teaming up to offer a week-long camp on Leadership, Safety & Rescue for high school age students.
Date Released: 5/10/2013The 28th volume of Falstaff, titled "Candy Coated," was published last week, and this edition featured striking cover photography by Chloe Chrimes, a senior marketing major from Highland Village, Texas.
Date Released: 5/9/2013The winners of Ozarks' second annual "Are You Joe Enough" fitness challenge were announced as the competition wrapped up at the end of last week.
Date Released: 5/9/2013A new international business degree has been added to the University of the Ozarks' curriculum.
Date Released: 5/7/2013The University of the Ozarks Board of Trustees presented its annual faculty and staff awards during the 2013 Trustees' Awards Banquet, held April 26 in the Rogers Conference Center.
Date Released: 5/7/2013According to the National Weather Service, the summer of 2012 was the tenth driest summer on record for Arkansas, with the months of April through July being the driest ever recorded for the state. The drought was already categorized as "extreme" by mid- June, and the lack of rainfall made many people think about how important our water supply is, and about ways to conserve water.
Date Released: 5/6/2013Nichole (Shelton) Matlock, a senior psychology major from Jasper, Ark., decided to explore the sense of well-being on campus for her senior research project. Last Monday night, Matlock presented her findings to students, faculty, and staff.
Date Released: 5/3/2013Senior art major Jose Carranza, from Grecia, Costa Rica, will display his fashion photography exhibit "Oddness" from May 5-9 in the Stephens Gallery, located in the Walton Fine Arts Center.