|Volume I Issue # 5|
| Monday, October 26, 1998
I speak to hundreds and hundreds of people throughout the state and the nation about the University of the Ozarks. The first thing I say, in describing this campus, is that we are a Christian liberal arts university. I always mention our Christian heritage first. That identity is important to me because it reflects the two qualities that are woven into the very fabric of this institution: values and ethics. Values and ethics symbolize our campus, and they should personify each of us as campus community members... [More...]
Picture of the Week
Students from King Hall display a flair for dare as they compete in the annual Family Weekend Bed Race, held recently. King Hall won the decoration portion of the event. [More...]
° A sSpecial Invitation
° Career Fair '98
° Tennis News
° PBL News
° Ozarks Pins
° Hanuska Retires
° U of O Women Sponsor Calendar
° Fall Computer Literacy Schedule
° Career-Placement Offering Programs
° Job Openings
° Study Abroad to Ireland
° Special Thanks
° Scholarship Corner:
-Graduate Study - Dealine Nov. 15
-Samuel Robinson Award
29-30 Fall Break
31- Soccer (M) vs. Austin College, 1 p.m., Home
2- Last Day to Drop a Class
3- Rotaract meeting, Noon
3- Student Teaching Seminar
4- TV-6 Special Programming, 6:30 & 9 p.m.
5- TV-6 Special Programming, 6:30 p.m.
5- Career Fair '98, 9 a.m., Seay Student Center
8- SGA Meeting, 9 p.m.
9- Advising and Preregistration Begins
11- Programs on the Run - Preparing for Graduate Studies
11- TV-6 News, 6:30 & 9 p.m.
12- TV-6 News, 6:30 p.m.
13- Unfair Arguments with Existence, 7:30 p.m., Seay Theatre
14- Planet Club Tree Planting Day
14- Unfair Arguments with Existence, 7:30 p.m., Seay Theatre
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