From the “Ouachitonian”: “If you’re just nice to the kids, they’ll believe you’re a princess if you genuinely care about what they have to say.” – Danielle Hall --- Check out our blog to read more on Danielle (’21) and how her job of being a princess has impacted her outlook on life. (Link in bio)
Did you know that not only is Cone-Bottoms the oldest building on campus, but it used to be a women’s residence hall?
We’re celebrating National Random Acts of Kindness Day today with a pop-up full of fun in the student center! Be sure to stop by today, or help spread kindness wherever you are! 💜
Valentine’s vibes. 😍 Have a good one, Ouachita fam!
Learn more about Ouachita’s Sutton School of Social Sciences with this next video in our series! (Swipe to continue)
A place where many memories are created at Ouachita from WOW to pep rallies and more, the amphitheater is named in honor of a tragic milestone in Ouachita’s recent history. Read more on the blog: (Link in bio)
From the “Ouachitonian”: “My heartbeat for ministry is that I get to disciple kids and see them make their faith their own.” – Slaton Teague --- Check out our blog to read more on Slaton (’19) and his passion for discipleship and encouraging others to explore their faith. (Link in bio)
Ever wondered how Ouachita’s mascots came to be? New on the blog, learn about our favorite tiger spirit leaders, Tripp and Talley! (Link in bio)
From the “Ouachitonian”: “I never wanted something that I couldn’t control be the reason that I couldn’t participate.” – Emily McMaster --- Check out our blog to read more on Emily (’22), her perseverance through hearing loss and how her adaptability has allowed her to thrive. (Link in bio)
Did you know Ouachita’s International Flag Plaza has different flags on rotation to represent the home country of the international and third culture students enrolled here?
Congrats to your new Miss Ouachita Baptist University 2020, freshman Caroline Derby! --- Also, congratulations to finalists: 1st runner-up Elizabeth Steely 2nd runner-up Danielle Hall 3rd runner-up Melody Stotts 4th runner-up Katie Kumpuris
Can you name this Ouachita campus spot? --- 📷: Edgar Pimentel (’22)
From the “Ouachitonian”: “There were so many things that made me grow by moving away.” – João Rodrigues --- Check out our blog to read more on João (’21) and his journey from Brazil to Ouachita. (Link in bio)
Next in our series, check out this video about Ouachita’s Pruet School of Christian Studies! (Swipe to continue)
“For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light (for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness and truth).” -Ephesians 5:8-9
From the “Ouachitonian”: “The people I found at Ouachita ... connect with each other and at a deeper, more genuine level. That is something you cannot find at other universities.” – Claire Seale --- Check out our blog to read more on Claire (’20) and the community and support system she found at Ouachita. (Link in bio)
From the “Ouachitonian”: “At first, I thought I wanted to be a Tiger Tunes host, but I’m not really good at singing, and I can’t dance at all. I could probably sing with a group, but solo? No, no, no, no one wants to hear that.” – Jaret Webb --- Check out our blog to read more on Jaret (’19) and the behind-the-scenes role he played as the director of Tiger Tunes, Ouachita’s annual fundraiser for student scholarships. (Link in bio)
Congratulations to Cliff Harris, 1970 Ouachita alum and Dallas Cowboy great, for being selected as a member of the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Centennial Class! @nfl @profootballhof @ouachitafb #PFHOF20
How we feel about our students being back on campus! Happy first day of the semester! 🎉
From the “Ouachitonian”: “It’s easy to see things only from your window. So to watch the part that each person plays for a student’s experience – from the first recruiting contact to commencement to alumni relations – that’s really cool.” – Tracey Knight --- Check out our blog to read more on Tracey Knight, her thoughts on working at Ouachita and the role it has played in her life. (Link in bio)
Delph life. 👌