He was a simple man who enjoyed farming, tending to his cows, and fishing. His grandchildren and great grandchildren added so much joy to his life whether it was playing bean bag baseball, baiting the fishing hook, or sharing a slice of watermelon.
Ouachita to host faculty recital featuring Chung, Feller on March 14
Ouachita Baptist University’s School of Fine Arts will host Dr. Mary Chung, pianist, and Dr. Carlos Feller, flutist, in concert on Monday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. in McBeth Recital Hall. The recital is free and open to the public.
The Silenced Majority: Cui Bono
They want us weak, they want us broken, and they want power. They want our world and our nation completely transformed by 2030. They want us dependent.
Catfish fundraiser to benefit Group Living
The fundraiser will be held Friday, April 8, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the public parking lot, 700 Main St.
Ouachita’s All Night Theatre Festival slated for March 12
The festival, hosted by Ouachita’s chapter of Alpha Psi Omega national theatre honor society, is run entirely by students.
Dispatch Desk: Wednesday, March 9
A woman at the 200 block of North 16th Street reported the theft of a delivered package containing three cans of watermelon-scented Febreeze.
AHS program gets ax; school shifting focus toward math
Instead, the school will be emphasizing its mathematics. “We do not have a very strong math program,” Hunley admitted, adding that, if that program were stronger, students with engineering aptitude could excel beyond high school based on a stronger math background.