Ouachita Baptist University’s Hammons Gallery will host Kell Black and Barry Jones in a guest exhibit from Jan. 12-28. The multimedia art exhibit will feature aspects of Black and Jones’ “Please Call Stella” piece.
Ouachita officials awarded 69 Bachelor of Arts degrees, eight Bachelor of Science degrees, three Bachelor of Music Education degrees and two Bachelor of Music degrees.
Four feet long with 32-inch barrels and a walnut stock, a rifle that was handcrafted in Arkadelphia, Ark., has now returned home 140 years after it was made.
A major gift in honor of a Ouachita Baptist University alumnus who graduated more than 100 years ago was announced during Ouachita’s Dec. 11 board of trustees meeting on the university’s Arkadelphia campus.
The Ouachita Baptist University men’s basketball team, off to its best start since 1972, jumped four spots to No. 16 in the NABC/Division II Coaches Poll released Dec. 16.
Members of the Ouachita Baptist University community gathered for a Dec. 12 luncheon to honor William H. “Buddy” Sutton. Ouachita’s board of trustees voted earlier this year to name the university’s W.H. Sutton School of Social Sciences in his honor.
A total of 80 graduates are set to participate in Ouachita Baptist University’s final fall commencement service on Dec. 20 at 10 a.m. in Jones Performing Arts Center.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Ouachita Baptist University TigerSharks’ 200 Medley Relay team set an NCAA Division II national record at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock’s Christmas Invitational swim meet.
For three years, Ouachita students have been giving of their time and resources during the Thanksgiving season. The Ben M. Elrod Center for Family and Community directs the Thanksgiving basket project which invites students to distribute baskets of food to area residents in need.
Ouachita Baptist University’s School of Fine Arts presents the 18th annual Festival of Christmas in Jones Performing Arts Center Dec. 5 and 6 at 7:30 p.m.