Cabaret Auditions Held This Week
Auditions for the University Cabaret have been moved
to Tuesday and Wednesday, March 23-24, at 6:30 p.m. in the Seay Theatre.
Rebecca Aguilar is the accompanist for the Cabaret, and will play
during auditions. Taped accompaniment is also welcome.
Boreham Book Signing on Campus
Roland S. Boreham, Jr., chairman and CEO of the
Fort Smith-based Fortune 500 Company Baldor Electric, will be on campus
Thursday, April 1, to autograph his new book entitled, "The Three-Legged
Stool... Relationships First --- Success Follows." He will be
on campus from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. in the Robson Library Lobby.
Special discounts on the book will be available
for Ozarks students, faculty and staff.
U of O Players Named to All-ASC Basketball Teams
Several Ozarks men's and women's basketball players
were recently named to the 1998-99 American Southwest Conference All-Conference
teams. Ben Jones was named All-ASC East Division first team, while
Patrick Prater was on the second team and Daniel Shepherd was honorable
mention. Ricky Johnson was named Freshman of the Year.
For the women, Carla Rhodes and Erin Tyler were
All-ASC East Division second team selections, while Amanda Dean and
Christie Shuffield were named honorable mention. Also for the Lady
Eagles, Rhodes, Tracy Duncan and Kim Wilson were named to the ASC
Alumni Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction
The University of the Ozarks Johnson and Logan Counties
Alumni Chapter invites the campus community to attend a Spaghetti
Dinner and Silent Auction on Tuesday, March 23, 1999, at 6:00 p.m.
in the Seay Cafeteria. Adult tickets are $6 and children age 8 and
under are $4. To RSVP, please call the Alumni Office at 979-1234 by
Planet Club Restores Spadra
The Planet Club will be continuing its restoration
of the Spadra Creek Nature Trail (weather permitting), on Sunday,
March 28, at 1:00 p.m. We will meet at the American Legion Fort. Faculty,
staff, and members of the Clarksville community are encouraged to
participate. Students who participate will receive CONVO credit (one
per semester). No experience necessary.
PBL Activities: Making a Difference
On March 4, 1999, PBL held a raffle for an "Entertainment
Package" and was able to raise $540!
PBL would like to thank every PBL member who helped
us in the selling of the raffle tickets for the benefit of the Arkansas
Children's Hospital's Vascular Program. This money will help make
a difference for those children with vascular congenital anomalies.
Also, PBL appreciates all the help provided by
faculty and students in general. Thanks once again for your support
to this cause. God bless you!
Contemporary Chapel Service, March 23
Wes Hilliard, associate minister at Central United
Methodist Church in Fayetteville, will be our guest minister for chapel
on March 23.
Wes, brother of Julia Frost, also plays the guitar
and will bring additional musicians to assist with the service. This
group will definitely entertain and inspire you! You won't want to
miss this service, which is sponsored by Methodist Campus Ministry.
BSU Plans Active Calendar
BSU Noonday Thursday, March 25, 11:30, will be for
Convocation credit. The speaker will be David James, Director of Arkansas
Baptist Collegiate Ministries. Everyone is invited to the BSU for
plenty of great food and fun!
On Thursday, March 25, at 7:00 p.m., there will
be a Poetry and Talent Coffee House at the BSU. All students are invited
to bring his or her poetry and/or other talent to share.
Come relax and snack with friends!
Another important upcoming date is the statewide
Leadership Training Conference (LTC), April 9-10 in Little Rock. Leadership
training will be available in a wide variety of areas, and BSU summer
missionaries will be commissioned.
For more information, please contact Matt Young,
BSU president, or Winnie Kinsey, sponsor.
Student Support Staff Attends Seminars
Kimberly Spicer and Sherry Davis of Student Support
Services attended seminars on National Policy with the U.S. Department
of Education in Washington D.C., on February 27 through March 3.
The Dept. of Education celebrated National TRIO
Day and provided a variety of workshops. The National Policy Seminar
included sessions on current governmental issues and concerns culminating
with individual meetings with all Arkansas Congresspersons.