|Contestant’s will pay $1 for 3 golf balls. Targets will be placed 10, 15, 25 yards from the contestant’s. The contestant who has the 3 closest golf balls to the targets will win. Contestants can play as many times as they want, each 3 additional golf balls are also 3 dollars.|
The tournament is for OBU HSU students. Coed teams of 6-8 players. We’ll charge a dollar per player, and everyone will for sure play two games. The first game is to let everyone play and get the feel of it, and the second game is for bracket play. We’ll give the first place winner a price.T
Come out to Dr. Jack’s this Sunday evening (April 30) at 8 PM to hear the Ouachita Sounds make some amazing music as we kick off the last week of classes! The eclectic song selections will include covers from Disney, John Mayer, Imogene Heap, Broadway, and many more. Don’t miss it!
Ouachita Sounds members include:
Micah JL Brooks
The Carl Goodson Honors Program’s last colloquium will be on Monday, May 1st in Walker C. Feel free to grab your lunch and bring it downstairs. Tori Lackey will be sharing her directed study research with us. She studied the gene that causes red hair with Dr. Ruth Plymale.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Carl Goodson Honors Program
Pedagogy in Instructional Technology, will meet Monday, May 1st at 11:15 and 12:15 in McClellan 3rd floor.
Bring your lunch and join us.
Topics for May include:
“The Upside to Flipped Classrooms”
by Cameron Alexander, Addison Crow, and Andrew Steely
Location: Mc312 at 11:15-11:45am
“The Use of Virtual Reality in the Classroom”
by Nikki Clay and Ethan Edwards
Location: Mc312 at 12:15-12:45 pm