Ouachita Baptist University will host Libby Harrington and Molly Ann Turner’s senior art exhibit, “Divergence,” in Verser Gallery from April 4 to 15. The exhibit is free and open to the public. The show will be a culmination of the students’ work while at Ouachita, allowing Turner and Harrington the opportunity to display the progression and growth they have experienced...read more →
Ouachita Baptist University’s Division of Music will host three student recitals April 4 in Mabee Fine Arts Center’s McBeth Recital Hall. Sean Jackson and Courtney Stanage will present junior piano recitals at 11 a.m., and Kenderick Scorza will present his sophomore musical theatre recital at 2 p.m. The recitals are free and open to the public. Jackson is a music...read more →
The OBU Glow Run 5K is a unique experience to run/walk through a glowing course. It is appropriate for all ages; so feel free to bring your family members. Come get your glow on with the Arkadelphia community! It’s sure to be a glowing good time.
Saturday, April 5, Ouachita Baptist University students, faculty and staff will conduct volunteer service projects throughout the Arkadelphia community as part of Tiger Serve Day. The semi-annual community service event is hosted by Ouachita’s Ben. M Elrod Center for Family and Community and is an opportunity for Ouachita students to be difference makers in the local community. “Many of the...read more →
A reception will be held in Verser Theatre for Senior Exhibit for Visual Arts Majors Libby Harrington and Molly Anne Turner DIVERGENCE Saturday April 5 at 4:00 pm. Please plan to attend and support these students as they exhibit their works.
The International Justice Mission Chapter at Ouachita would like to host a screening of the documentary Nefarious. This documentary talks about the problem of human trafficking around the world, and explains how they everyday person here in the US can fight it. The organization, Exodus Cry, will send representatives to set up, run the event, and take down. They will...read more →
This event will consist of a fun, friendly competition of dodgeball that will allow students on campus to come out and join and enjoy! This Tournament consist of 7 balls with 8 players per team & will go at it on Tuesday April 8th at 6pm!
The event will start 9:00pm Tuesday night and go until 9:00pm Wednesday night. Students and staff will be invited to step into the footsteps of those trapped in slavery around the world; standing one day for their everyday. The event will include activities for students and staff to learn more about modern day slavery, and also provide ways to take...read more →