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Tradition: Ouachita-style: Phil Hardin, assistant to the president for administration, reflects on valued university traditions destined to remain part of the Ouachita experience for decades to come.

Stepping Up aids scholarships: Inaugural Stepping Up women’s luncheon honors Ouachita alumna and benefactor Sharon Heflin while raising nearly $40,000 to benefit scholarships for outstanding women students.

“If I could turn back time...” How do alumni view their OBU years? In a recent survey, almost 90 percent agreed or strongly agreed: “If I could turn back time and go to college again, I would choose to attend OBU.”

Homecoming highlights: A growing OcTiger Fest campus celebration, the annual Tiger Tunes extravaganza and a thrilling 24-23 overtime football victory set the tone for this year’s Homecoming festivities.

Ouachita Tiger 2.0: An extreme Tiger makeover has restored Ouachita’s beloved Tiger statue to its original splendor. The refurbished 75-year-old campus symbol was unveiled during OcTiger Fest.

Sports Update: 1975 Tiger football team, five others inducted into Hall of Fame

Campus Update: Annual Spotlight on Arkadelphia draws crowd to new Heflin Plaza

Class Notes: University honors inaugural Alumni Milestone Award recipients

Faculty Profile: Students recognize Dr. Terry Carter as Most Inspirational Professor

Staff Profile: Lori Motl leads admissions team to recruit largest freshman class in years

Closing Thoughts: President Horne affirms impact of cherished campus traditions

Publication Date

Fall 2010

The Ouachita Circle Fall 2010



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