Apr 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Jones Performing Arts Center
7:30pm- pre-concert lecture 8pm- performance Margaret Garrett, soprano Becky Morrison, alto David Stanley, tenor Aaron Harp, bass Gary Gerber, conductor Performed by the OBU Concert Choir, members of the OBU Wind Ensemble & Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Tickets $10 each, free to OBU students with I.D. Contact the box office at 870-245-5555 or www.obu.edu/boxoffice
the men of Sigma Alpha Sigma will serenade at freshman and upperclassmen female dorms. Starting around 8pm, the men of Sigma Alpha Sigma will serenade female dorms. First we will start at freshman dorms (Francis-Crawford), then move to Maddox and Georgia hall. Finally we will make our way to Gosser hall where we will conclude the serenade.
4 on 4 mini sand volleyball tournament. Teams of 4 people must register by 5 pm on April 28, by emailing SPA51876@obu.edu. Each team will be required to pay an $8 fee in cash before participation. Games will go up to 15 points, but the championship will go up to 21 points. Losers will be immediately eliminated and winners...read more →
an end of the year party for Backyard Bible Club and Big Brother Big Sister. If approved, we will talk to Alumni about borrowing their inflatable. We will also be grilling hot dogs and having drinks, chips, and cookies. We will play some sort of games as well.
East Village- McClellan 100 Gosser- Tiger Den Frances Crawford- McBeth Recital Hall Anthony- Hickingbotham Young Auditorium Maddox- Verser Theatre Flippen/ Perrin- Lobby area OC Bailey- Lobby area Georgia Hall- Lobby area Westside- Lobby area
Ouachita Baptist University’s annual Virginia Queen Piano Competition will be held Friday, May 1, at 3 p.m. in Mabee Fine Arts Center’s McBeth Recital Hall. The competition is free and open to the public. The event was established nearly 30 years ago by Virginia Queen, a former Ouachita piano professor. She established the competition to encourage piano students to excel....read more →
OBU’s Division of Natural Sciences is excited to announce our upcoming event for 4th through 6th grade Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). We will use experiments in the STEM fields to solve a crime together – who stole the painting? Our next event will be on Saturday, May 2 from 9:00 am-1:30 pm. The activities will be...read more →