Volume I  Issue # 2   
Monday, September 14, 1998

The President's Post
     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
Toby Jackson and former Western Music Singer Naomi Judd

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...]

Campus News
°  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

September Calendar
September
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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