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Ouachita's Dr. Jason Doroga gives presentation at University of Wisconsin-Madison

June 30, 2022

Dr. Jason Doroga, assistant professor of Spanish at Ouachita Baptist University, presented his paper “Negative Analogy: A New Direction for Analogical Change” as part of the Linguistics Friday Seminar Series at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in April. The paper analyzes the cycles of analogy and changing patterns of language use in the speech community, exploring the role of analogy in explaining changes in the form of Spanish-language past participles.

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Tiger For Life Podcast: Levi Dade ('23) Pandemic Podcasting

October 05, 2020

On this episode of the Tiger For Life podcast, we hear from Ouachita student Levi Dade ('23). Levi is a sophomore Christian Studies and Spanish major from Senatobia, Miss. Levi shares about his journey to Ouachita, his love of Tiger Tunes, his favorite Ouachita memories so far and about his podcast he started during quarantine this summer, "Defending Christianity."

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Ouachita's Carvajal-Villamar presents paper at Society for Amazonian & Andean Studies meeting

October 28, 2019

Ouachita Baptist University’s Dr. Jerusa Carvajal-Villamar, assistant professor of Spanish, recently presented a paper at the biennial meeting of the Society for Amazonian & Andean Studies (SAAS). The conference was held Oct. 5-6 in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and was hosted by the University of Alabama.

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Ouachita's Mark McGraw publishes short story in "The Blue Mountain Review"

May 03, 2019

Ouachita Baptist University’s Dr. Mark McGraw, assistant professor of Spanish, authored a short story titled “Mr. DeLeon” that was published recently in the 14th issue of “The Blue Mountain Review,” a journal of culture poetry, literature and the arts by The Southern Collective Experience.

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From culture to culture: Study abroad has taught me what we have in common

February 27, 2019

Ouachita, which many of us affectionately call “the bubble,” is its own world and culture, of sorts. Many of us come from different backgrounds, states and even countries, but we can relate because we are studying for the same CORE classes, practicing for Tiger Tunes and standing out in the cold to cheer for the tigers during Battle of the Ravine.



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