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University impact: Dr. Keldon Henley, vice president for institutional advancement, explores Ouachita’s long-term impact on generations of OBU students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Lile Hall gets new look: Lile Hall, originally dedicated almost four decades ago as part of the campus megastructure, was rededicated this fall as the new and improved home of the School of Humanities.

“It’s time to come home” Highlights of Homecoming 2012 include senior Hannah Pilcher of Maumelle being crowned Homecoming Queen, the Tigers 32-12 football victory and the EEEs winning Tunes—again!

Happy birthday, Berry! J.E. Berry Chapel, a treasured landmark for half a century, was dedicated in 1962 “to the glory of God, the exaltation of Jesus Christ and the proclamation of the truths of the Holy Bible.”

Arkansas Black Hall of Fame: Army Lt. Col. Yolonda Summons, a 1992 Ouachita graduate, serves as deputy chief of staff at the Pentagon. She was inducted this fall into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame.

Sports Update: Rex Nelson (’82) marks 30-plus years as the voice of Tiger football

Campus Update: OBU joins lipdub craze. Check it out at

Class Notes: Molly Kircher honored at 2012 Stepping Up for Ouachita luncheon

Faculty Profile: Danny Hays, dean of Pruet School, makes impact as scholar & author

Staff Profile: Athletic Director David Sharp nurtures faith, family and friendship

Closing Thoughts: President Horne affirms Ouachita’s impact starts with individuals

Publication Date

Fall 2012

The Ouachita Circle Fall 2012



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