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    Submitting plans with open hands

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    There’s a truth God has taught me throughout college and I’m sure will continue to teach me as I get older. Two passages of wisdom the Lord has used in service of continually reminding me of this lesson are Proverbs 16:9 – “The heart of a man plans his way but the Lord establishes his steps.” – and James 4:14-15, “Come now, you who say, ‘Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit’– yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes. Instead you ought to say, ‘If the Lord wills, we will live and do this or that.’

    The greatest miracle

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    I believe a testimony is a lot more than just when you came to know Jesus as your personal savior – it’s about everything the Lord has done in your life. So, I’m going to start at the very beginning of my life, when God miraculously saved my physical life before I was saved spiritually. There are a lot of things you can probably tell about me from the outside and even just by my walking around on campus. I’m a senior, I’m an elementary education major, I love to go on walks, and I am a part of the Women of EEE. But there’s something that’s not as noticeable, and people are shocked when I tell them. It’s that I have half a heart

    Singing Culture: Songs Reflecting African American Life and Culture

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    This is the poster for the faculty recital, Singing Culture: Songs Reflecting African American Life and Culture, presented by soprano Dr. Jennifer K. Mitchell and pianist Kyounghwa Molinari. The recital took place on January 30, 2024, in the McBeth Recital Hall

    Tips for handling the holidays

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    While the holidays can be a wonderful time as we get together with family celebrating the arrival of our Lord and Savior, the activities and demands can leave us feeling stressed and depleted. It’s important to care well for ourselves as we care for others. To support you and enhance your family harmony during the holidays, the Counseling Center staff offers the following tips. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas

    Dr. Ryan Fogg in a Guest Artist REcital

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    This is the poster for the guest artist recital of pianist Dr. Ryan Fogg. The recital took place on February 1, 2024, in the McBeth Recital Hall

    The heart of a servant leader

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    On Monday, January 15, people across America and in many places of the world will pause to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It is often when we reflect on the life of Martin King that we pay particular homage to his intellectual accomplishments. Yes, they are quite impressive when one considers he entered college at the age of 15 and completed a bachelor’s degree by 19, a master’s by 21, and a Ph.D. at 26, but Martin King was more than mere diplomas and academic regalia

    Three Inches from Death

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    Each year, the village\u27s seventeen-year-olds are sent into the wilderness in trios of two boys and one girl for The Test, a battle to the death to determine which boy will live and marry the girl. When Sydney James, Tarrin Hanson, and Jonas Aberforth are grouped together, they begin trying to solve a logic problem where no one can truly be the winner and everyone is in danger if either Tarrin or Jonas dies

    Complete Genome Sequences of Chop, DelRio, and GrandSlam, Three Gordonia Phages Isolated from Soil in Central Arkansas

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    Chop, DelRio, and GrandSlam are phage with a Siphoviridae morphotype isolated from soil in Arkansas using the host Gordonia terrae 3612. All three are temperate, and their genomes share at least 96% nucleotide identity. These phage are assigned to cluster DI based on gene content similarity to other sequenced actinobacteriophage

    Ouachita Jazz Band in a Concert

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    This is the poster for the Ouachita Jazz Band concert held on December 8, 2023, at Dr. Jack\u27s

    Return to Sundance

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    Every other spring, Dr. Rebecca Jones, professor of communications at Ouachita, takes a group of students from the OBU at Sundance class to Park City, Utah, to experience the Sundance Film Festival. This was the first year for the trip since the COVID-19 pandemic. Jones and 12 students – some of whom experienced Sundance virtually in 2021 – spent Jan. 22-27 in Utah participating in the festival. Some of the year’s favorite movies are shown for the first time at Sundance; many are later picked up by larger companies for widespread release. Getting to see any of these films is a privilege that students don’t take lightly


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