I Issue # 15
| Monday, May 3, 1999
What a remarkable year
this has been! And it certainly went by quickly. In a few days we will
be saying congratulations and good-bye to an exceptional group of seniors,
and they will be missed. These are individuals who made a positive difference
as students, and they will continue to make a difference during the next
stage of their lives. I look forward to their accomplishments and am proud
to have them represent Ozarks as our alumni. We can all take pride in
our influence on their education and our contribution to their personal
softball wrapped up last week with
T-Shirt Warriors defeating SF'ers 18-8 in the championship game.
of the Week
students pose for a public relations publicity photo following a recent
intramural softball game. Intramural softball wrapped up last week with
T-Shirt Warriors defeating SF'ers 18-8 in the championship game. Intramurals
will continue this week with the start of Ultimate Frisbee.
° Athletic Awards Banquet Scheduled for May 5
° Aldana Wins Prestigious Hurie Award
° Phi Beta Lamba Wins at Regionals
° Ozarks Students Named to Who's Who
° Student Media Positions Announced
° SGA Election Results
° Last Chance Noonday
° Dr. Cater Receives Award
° Relay For Life
° Methodist Campus Ministry
° BSU Summer Missionaries
° PBL Receives Leadership Honor
° Planning Committee Correction
° Anita Morris Says Good-bye
° An Anecdote on Courtesy
Graduation Slated for May 15
Ozarks is expected to confer about 80 degrees
during baccalaureate and commencement exercises on Saturday,
May 15, on campus.
Baccalaureate ceremonies will begin at 9
a.m. in the Raymond Munger Memorial Chapel.
The 165th commencement will begin at 10:30
a.m. on the campus mall, weather permitting. If there is inclement
weather, the event will be moved into the Walton Fine Arts
Stuart Stelzer, Director of the Robson Library,
will be the commencement speaker. Stelzer, who has directed
the university's library since 1983, earned bachelor's and
master's degrees from the University of Texas.
Approximately 60 graduates, including December
and August graduates, are expected to participate in the ceremonies.
This is the final Communiqué of the 1998-99 academic
year. Thanks for your cooperation in making the year a successful
one for the Communiqué.
Any information to be included in the Campus Communique can be done by calling the
PR office at (479)-979-1420, Larry Isch
Public Relations Office,
Mabee Administration Building,
Unversity of the Ozarks, Clarksville, AR 72830.
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