Don’t miss Dr. Kolt’s annual seminar/discussion group on graduate school. The meeting will take place in the Alumni Room from noon to 12:45 PM. The title of the session is: “Graduate School – Getting In, Staying In, Surviving It.” This is an informal discussion, and the purpose is to inform OBU students about the process of getting admitted to graduate...read more →
Oct 14 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Hickingbotham Young Auditorium
A few directors from the Kanakuk/KAA Kamps based in Missouri are coming to interview Ouachita Students who are interested in working at Kanakuk for Summer 2016. Our directors will arrive and share some information about what it looks like to work at Kanakuk/KAA, what our mission is, and how to effectively prepare for the upcoming summer. We will have...read more →
The Red Bus Project, a free orphan care awareness event for college students, will once again be impacting campuses in the fall of 2015. Since the spring of 2012, the Red Bus Project has held over 80 events on over 60 college campuses and engaged over 160,000 students, helping them to make a difference in the lives of orphaned children around the world. The...read more →
Table reservation: October 28th– Friday October 30th in the Student Center with 1 table and 2 chairs from 10am-2pm. Room reservation: Thursday, October 29th from 4:30-7:30pm for the Video session in Hampton Board Room. Main contact is Shelby Hartgrove at email@example.com
Jeff and Kim Cruise, IMB missionaries and representatives for Nehemiah Teams. Nehemiah Teams is a 2 month summer missions project that is part of the IMB. They will be speaking at noon day on Monday and have a table in the Student center on Monday afternoon if you have questions about the IMB, Nehemiah Teams, or other ways to get...read more →
I just wanted to remind everybody that we will have a Student Internship Panel on Wednesday, November 4 at noon in the Alumni Room. Please bring your lunch and hear from Rachel Ewart, Connor Van Hemert, Logan Bond, Abbey Fowler, and Ryan Perkins about the opportunities they experienced over the summer. Hope to see you tomorrow!