On Saturday, May 21, 2022, Arkadelphia High School graduated 124 seniors at Henderson State University’s Wells Gym. The gym was packed with family and friends, excited for AHS’s first traditional graduation in two years.
Dr. Ben Sells, Ouachita president, led Commencement exercises and delivered the Commencement address, in keeping with Ouachita tradition.
The Clark County Retired Teachers Association visited and then had an enjoyable meeting with two informative speakers.
On Saturday, May 21, Arkadelphia High School graduated 125 seniors at Henderson State University’s Duke Wells Gymnasium. Photos by Joel Phelps/The Arkadelphian
Badger Elite qualified and competed in the U.S. CyberPatriot Semi-final Round in the Silver Tier Category on January 28, 2022.
What began as a temporary addition to the uniform for games scheduled during the week of St. Patrick’s Day has turned into a permanent addition to the Arkadelphia Badger baseball uniform even into this week’s 4A State Baseball Tournament in Nashville.
Ouachita Baptist University student media have earned three national awards and a Gold Medalist rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) for the Ouachitonian yearbook and 64 state awards for the Ouachitonian, Signal newspaper and Ouachita Digital Sports Network, as well as online and television coverage, from the Arkansas College Media Association (ACMA).
While it has changed over the years with different administration, technology, and the pandemic, the core of the program remains the same as it was four decades ago.
Working with the Arkansas Baptist Foundation, Scott and Kim Tatman transferred ownership of the apartments and the lot to Ouachita in 2020. The complex was renamed Tatman Corner in honor of their gift.
Students in Mrs. Ashley Wesley’s Foundations and Methods of Teaching classes are able to also participate in Educators Rising, an organization designed to offer more opportunities to students interested in going in to teaching as adults.