At the recent Clarksville-Johnson County Chamber of Commerce
Awards Dinner, the University of the Ozarks received a marvelous honor.
Ozarks was named the Corporate Business of the Year for
2001. Lately, as a campus, we have been recognized in a variety of ways,
but I am most proud of this one. The award was the result of a team
effort by all of us. Our status in the community as an educational
leader and a model of service to others is important to me, and
I appreciate that you have made the same commitment. Each of us, as
an employee or a student, is an ambassador for this campus in everything
we do. We are Ozarks. I appreciate your realization of that significant
Dr. Rick Niece,
° Blithe Spirit to hit the stage
° The Aerie needs club info
° Alumni Weekend welcomes all
` ° Danz Team tryouts scheduled
° Around Campus ...
° Spring Concert set for April 25
° Tarvin named Queens Scholar
° Ozarks Abroad in Alicante, Spain
° Scholarship deadlines near
1st Last Day to Drop Classes
2nd Baseball (DH) (Home) 1 p.m.
3rd Fiction and poetry reading 4 p.m., MacLean Hall
5th Baseball (Home) 2 p.m.
(Away) 4 p.m.
6th Baseball (Home) (DH) 1 p.m.
(Away) 1 p.m.
Beauty Pageant 8 p.m., Student Center
8th CAB Meeting 9 p.m.
10th Blood Drive, Student Center
13th Host Family Cookout Noon, Campus Mall
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