Students, faculty and staff can get an early
look at the 1999-2000 Eagles and Lady Eagles basketball teams on Tuesday,
Nov. 9, as both teams will hold their Purple & Gold scrimmage games
at Mabee Gym. The Lady Eagles will scrimmage at 6:30 p.m. and the Eagles
will follow at 7:30 p.m.
There will also be a U of O Booster Club membership
drive for the 1999-2000 season. Memberships are $50 per person. Come
out and support the roundballers this season!
íTis The Season
Lessons and Carols will be on Sunday, Dec 5th, at 4:00
p.m. and Tuesday, Dec 7th at 11:00 a.m. in the Raymond Munger Chapel.
The performance will include Bible lessons and
scriptures along with music by the University Chorus, University Ringers,
Clarksville High School, and Stillwell Bible Baptist Church. Admission
is free to everyone and all are invited to attend!
Miss U of O of the Millennium
CAB will be sponsoring the up and coming Miss U
of O Pageant on Saturday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. in the Rowntree Recital
Hall in the Walton Fine Arts Center. This will be the last
Miss U of O Pageant of the 20th Century!
Contestants will be judged on four areas, including
evening gown, interview, talent, and casual wear. Awarded positions
will be Miss Congeniality, second place, third place, and Miss U of
O. Applications are still being accepted. The first
rehearsal will be held Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. in Rowntree. For
more information, contact Kendra Akin or Carrie Shoemate.
Get Ready To Travel!
What do you get when you combine five talented musicians
and add over 30 acoustic instruments with music from six continents?
The answer is Tin Roof Tango, and they are coming
to U of O! This group takes the audience on a musical journey around
the world. The night will include humor and a bit of dancing, too.
The show starts on Tuesday, Nov. 16th, at 7:30 p.m.
in the Seay Theatre in the Walton Center. Tickets are $10 and admission
is free to U of O students, faculty and staff. So get ready; the adventure
is about to begin.
Out With A Bang
The University of the Ozarks cross country
teams finished the 1999 season recently be competing in the American
Southwest Conference Cross Country Championships.
The Eagles and Lady Eagles both finished in sixth
place in the meet. Mississippi College won the womenís division and
McMurry University won the menís division. Ozarks Coach Jon Janssen
said: ď I was proud of how our teams competed.Ē
The menís team did not have any seniors, and the
womenís team was composed of mostly soccer and basketball players.
The plan is to continue running and recruiting for the next season.
Great season everyone!
The 17th Floor
Are you ready for a blend of hip-hop rap music
and exciting choreography. The 17th Floor is coming to U of O on Nov.
17 at 7 p.m. in the Walton Seay Theater, and that is excatly what
they are bringing with them.
The group was founded in 1988 and has been making
great impressions all over the Midwest and South. They have been on
a world tour with the female rap group TLC and have appeared with
Usher on the Keenan Ivory Wayans Show.
Come out and join the fun, but be prepared to blown
Bells Will Be Ringing
Get ready for some singing and ringing because
the Coro Cappella and the University Ringers are teaming up
for their first Winter Gallery Gig.
The groupsí performance is on Monday, Nov. 22,
at 7:00 p.m. It will include some familiar Christmas tunes and other
songs of winter. Admission is free to all. The concert also provides
a great chance for last minute convo credit. We hope to see everyone
All Students, Faculty, and Nine-Month Staff
Thanksgiving Break Will Be Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, Nov. 24-26 Offices will be open on Wednesday, Nov. 24th
by Twelve-Month Staff.
Are You Ready For Some Football?
Flag Football is taking off at Hendrix College where
two teams from U of O competed this past weekend.
One female team, captained by Jenny Butler, and
one male team, led by Bull Smith, represented U of O. The teams competed
against all other colleges in Arkansas who have intramural football.
Congratulations to all the team players!
John Gyles Education Fund is available for a full-time
Canadian or American citizen student in any area of post-secondary
study, who has a minimum GPA of 2.7. Deadline is Nov. 15. To receive
an application send only a stamped self-addressed, standard letter
(No. 10) envelope to :
John Gyles Education Fund
The Secretary P.O. Box 4808
State Farm Insurance Companies is accepting applications
for the Actuarial Tuition Assistance Program. The program offers to
selected students a paid internship; and upon successful completion
of that internship, will receive up to $12,500 tuition for their senior
year. Applicants must be enrolled full-time with junior standing,
or equivalent credit hours, during 1999-2000 academic year, have interest
in pursuing a career as an actuary in the insurance industry and be
majoring in Actuarial Science or Math/Statistics maintaining a minimum
3.0 GPA overall. Also required is a successful completion of one Actuarial
exam. Applicants must be willing to commit to working one of the Actuarial
Departments for 2 years following graduation. Deadline is December
For more information on these opportunities please
contact the Financial Aid Office.
Alumni Association Scholarship
The Alumni Association will be offering several
scholarships for approximately $500 each to returning Ozarks students
for the 2000-2001 academic year.
Interested students must be individuals exemplifying
good moral character, with a 3.0 grade point average or higher. The
completed application must be submitted with two letters of recommendation
(one from an Ozarks faculty member) and received in the Alumni Office
before Jan. 14, 2000. Applications are available in the Alumni Office
in the Mabee Administration Building.