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Tiger for Life Podcast: Anna Lloyd ('00), Back to School

September 24, 2020

On this episode of the Tiger for Life Podcast we hear from Ouachita alumna Anna Lloyd ('00), who serves as principal at Pulaski Heights Elementary in Little Rock. Anna shares about leading through the pandemic, how she prepared to open her school for on-campus instruction, what she learned surviving the crash of American Airlines flight 1420 as a Ouachita student, and her favorite Ouachita memories.

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Ouachita's Elrod Center to hold Fall Tiger Serve Day Sept. 26

September 14, 2020

Ouachita Baptist University’s Elrod Center for Family and Community will host Tiger Serve Day on Saturday, Sept. 26, encouraging Ouachita students, faculty and staff to serve the Arkadelphia community even amid a global pandemic.

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Tiger For Life Podcast: Kelly Martin Stamps ('95)

September 07, 2020

This episode of the Tiger For Life Podcast features alumna Kelly Martin Stamps ('95). Kelly is a well-known and loved blogger from Northwest Arkansas who is married to Scott and has three children: Harper, Hollis and Will Holden. Kelly shares how her family survived the spring and summer at home due to quarantine, what it's been like getting kids back to school, about her work with Tangible Truth Ministries, and more.

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Ouachita's Patterson School of Natural Sciences continues Summer Research Program, celebrates 20 years despite pandemic

August 25, 2020

Ouachita Baptist University’s J.D. Patterson School of Natural Sciences Summer Research Program celebrated 20 years of student research this year with 26 students and 12 participating faculty members.

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20 COVID-friendly activities to try this semester

August 21, 2020

Now that you’re back on campus, it may be tough to reimagine your go-to activities and hanging out with your friends physically-distanced. So, let’s start fresh and change our perspective! Here are some activities and hobbies that you may have never done while a Ouachita student.

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Rethinking student life: Virtual ideas to keep it social

August 21, 2020

If you think you’ve already done everything you could possibly do for fun using technology, here are a few suggestions you might not have tried yet.

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Tiger for Life Podcast: Barrett Baber ('02), Singing and songwriting online during COVID-19

August 03, 2020

On this episode of the Tiger For Life podcast, alumnus Barrett Baber ('02) shares about performing and songwriting during the pandemic, his experience on "The Voice" and Ouachita memories including being a Tiger Tunes host and surviving the crash of American Airlines flight 1420. Barrett also performs one of the most recent songs he's written entitled "No Man's Land."

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Ouachita Student Foundation to host Tiger Tunes REWIND livestream event Oct. 3

August 01, 2020

The Ouachita Student Foundation has announced that it will livestream Tiger Tunes, its annual fundraising event for student scholarships, with the theme “Tunes REWIND” on Saturday, Oct. 3. The decision to move the event to a virtual format comes in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tiger for Life Podcast: Sarah Harmeyer ('99), People gathering during COVID and beyond

July 13, 2020

On this episode of the Tiger For Life podcast, alumna Sarah Harmeyer ('99), founder and Chief People Gatherer at Neighbor's Table, shares about starting her small business on a love mission, stories of people gathering and how that has looked different during COVID-19 and what it might look like moving forward.

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Facing this moment in history: Why your response matters

July 07, 2020

My – and perhaps your – experience with the pandemic has been fairly positive so far. But this has not been the case for everyone. Whether you are wanting to maximize this time or struggling with your experiences, I humbly offer the following words of encouragement and challenge.

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