Students, faculty and staff are invited to take part
in a monumental event in the universitys history on Friday, Oct.
3, as we celebrate the successful completion of the Pride & Promise
The $60-million campaign, the biggest in the universitys
169-year history, has helped Ozarks improve student services, academic
programs and facilities. The celebration will begin with a ceremony
at 5:30 p.m. in Munger Chapel, followed by dinner. Call Karla Dickerson
in the Advancement Office at Ext. 1230 if you plan to attend. Please
join us as we honor and thank the many donors who have blessed this
Theatre to perform Children
Ozarks Theatre will open its fall schedule with two
performances of Children, Oct. 10-11 in the Walton
Fine Arts Center.
The play will be performed at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 10 and
11, in Seay Theatre. Students, faculty and staff are admitted free of
charge. Tickets are $5 for the non-campus community.
Written by A.R. Gurney, Jr., Children
is a story of an American family forced to deal with the impact of societal
changes on their comfortable status quo life. It takes place on the
terrace of the summer home of a wealthy WASP family on a resort island
off the New England coast. Blending humor and drama, Children
explores the institution of the American family in the challenging last
years of the 20th century.
The production is directed by Ozarks Theatre Professor
Dr. Pat Farmer. Professor Bruce Brown is the scenic and lighting designer,
Misti-Nicole Ponder is the costume designer, Angela Payne is the sound
designer, Farmer is the graphic designer and India Judd is the stage
The cast includes Barbara Manning as Mother, Jessica
Gay as Jane, Dane Sanders as Randy, Ponder as Barbara and Al Berry as
The crew consists of Brown as technical director,
Shelly Muston as light board operator, Payne as sound board operator,
Berry as assistant stage manager and Lacey Kennedy as wardrobe crew
chief. The wardrobe and prop/stage crews include Mandi Asmussen, Diane
Farrow, Jami Reehm, Saul Palencia, John Warren, Bradley Braddock and
Grad School Workshop
Have you thought about going to graduate school but
dont really know where to start? Do you have questions about researching
schools and admissions requirements? If you answered yes to these questions,
you should consider attending Career Services After Dinner Workshop,
Getting Into Graduate School.
The workshop will be held in Robson 112 on Thursday,
October 2, at 7:00 pm. In the workshop, you will explore resources for
searching for specific programs and schools; learn about meeting admissions
requirements; and obtain information about entrance tests, such as the
GRE and GMAT. In addition, you will receive log-in information for password-only
accessible Internet sites that will aid you in your search. Call 979-1320
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Medieval storyteller scheduled
Ozarks will present Martha Hannah,
Medieval Teller of Tales at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 14, as part
of the 2003-2004 Walton Arts & Ideas Series. Tickets are free for
U of O students, faculty and staff, and $10 for the general public.
Hannahs performance of medieval English stories,
comedy and song is the first event of this academic year for the Walton
Program. This years theme is A Tour of the British Isles.
With a cockney accent and clad in period costume,
Hannah, as the hilarious Maid Martha, takes audiences back to an earlier
time by weaving a vivid verbal picture of medieval history, fantasy
and ghost stories in this entertaining and educational show designed
for the whole family. Versatile and dynamic and with a love for working
with a live audience, she draws the audience in and brings them on stage
with hilarious results.
Marthas expressiveness, vitality, great
knowledge of Medieval England, beautiful singing voice and great choice
of musical accompaniment all added up to a rollicking good time,
wrote one reviewer of her show.
An avid arts-in-education advocate, Hannah is a veteran
professional character actor. She is a performing artist on the touring
roster with the Texas Commission on the Arts, the Tennessee Arts Commissions
Arts in Education roster and the Mid-America Arts Alliances Heartland
Arts Fund Program.
Eagles, Lady Eagles whip LC
Both the Lady Eagles and Eagles dominated
Louisiana College on a hot Friday afternoon in American Southwest Conference
action at Hurie Field.
The Lady Eagles picked up their first conference win
of the year with a 3-0 shut out of the Lady Wildcats. The Lady Eagles
held a 2-0 halftime lead thanks to goals by Becky Obermueller and Brandi
Sliger. Obermueller scored her first goal of the season in the 12th
minute to give Ozarks a 1-0 lead. Lindsey Turnbow received the assist.
Sliger, a freshman forward from Royal, nailed her third goal of the
season in the 40th minute. Amy Kampfer received the assist. Ozarks
final goal of the day came on Kate Liens shot in the 71st minute.
Freshman goalkeeper Sarah Stratton recorded the teams first shutout
of the season and had three saves.
The Eagles tied a school record by tallying 42 shots
in their 10-0 win over Louisiana College (0-9-0, 0-4-0). The Eagles
42 shots equaled a match record set in 2001 against University of Dallas.
The Eagles domination began when they jumped out to a 5-0 lead after
one half of play. Taylor Magee, Ricky Herrera, Josh Edgmon, Ryan Skelly
and Jared Gordon each contributed a goal in the first 45 minutes. The
offensive outpouring continued in the second half with goals from Ron
Hogsett, Justin Goodman, Will Brahic and Gordon.
In Saturday action, the Lady Eagles (3-6-0, 1-4-1)
fell to Mississippi College 3-0, while the Eagles (4-4-1, 2-2-1) defeated
the Choctaws 2-1.
Around Campus ...
The universitys annual Health Screening
Day for students, faculty and staff will be from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.,
Thursday, Oct. 9, in the Seay Student Center ... Make plans to invite
your family to Family Weekend, which is scheduled for Oct. 10-12. The
weekend of festivities will include hall and bed decorations, the parade
of beds, the always entertaining bed races and Fall Fest on the campus
mall ... El Parian Night will be from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday,
Oct. 4. Come out to the popular Mexican restaurant at 711 E. Main for
free food and dancing ... Yearbook photos will be taken on Oct. 15-16
in the Student Center. Times for the 15th are from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. and on the 16th from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. ... Student Life will
present a workshop entitled Career Development Through Volunteerism,
at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 13, in Boreham. Convo credit is available ... The
Universitys Board of Trustees will be on campus this weekend for
their annual Fall Board Meeting. There will be committee meetings on
Friday and the Board meeting on Saturday morning ... Channel 6 began
its weekly newscast for the Fall Semester last week. The newscast can
be seen live at 3 p.m. on Wednesdays, with taped replays running at
5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays ... The baseball team will play
a scrimmage game against Arkansas Tech at home at 1 p.m., Sunday, Oct.
Cross Country team shines
The mens cross country team won
the Hendrix College Orange Crush 8K meet September 20 in Conway.
The squad defeated five other teams in the meet with a score of 30 points.
U of O placed six runners in the top sixteen of the mens college
division with senior Zach Boatwright placing sixth overall with a time
of 30:16. Junior Tim Servis finished behind Boatwright with a time of
30:31. Sophomore Jacob Sibley recorded a time of 32:35. Clarksvilles
Josh Patterson and Aaron Sanders finished with times of 32:17 and 34:01,