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Convictions, counselors & community: Dr. Scott Duvall, chair of the Pruet School’s Department of Biblical Studies, explores the issue of transformation and how Ouachita is equipped to make a life-changing impact on students.

Turner legacy lives on: The lives and careers of Gary and Matt Turner, a talented father-and-son duo remembered as gifted communicators, are being honored with the dedication of Turner Studio in their memory.

Commencement celebration: A total of 357 Ouachitonians transitioned from students to alumni during the university’s 127th spring commencement held May 10 on the lawn of Cone-Bottoms Hall.

Lessons in leadership: Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe delivered the keynote address at this year’s OBU Business Administration Day luncheon hosted by the Hickingbotham School of Business.

Cross-cultural connection: The Nagasaki Cross, a sculpture paying tribute to the memory of the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombings and Japan’s devastating 2011 earthquake and tsumani, is on display at Ouachita.

Sports Update: Women’s Basketball Coach Garry Crowder earns 700th career victory

Campus Update: Student leaders dedicate L.J. Brooks Memorial Basketball Court

Class Notes: Thirty-nine 2014 Ouachita graduates are named to Who’s Who 34

Faculty Profile: Chris Brune values the opportunity to invest in the lives of students

Staff Profile: Susan Hurst helps families understand “a Ouachita education is worth it!”

Closing Thoughts: President Horne challenges graduates to be agents of transformation

Publication Date

Spring 2014

The Ouachita Circle Spring 2014



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