I woke up like this… #Tiger4Life
We got shakes! 🙌 We’re excited to share that our Chick-fil-A is receiving updates and expanding its menu. We will now offer Chick-fil-A milkshakes, a full breakfast menu and additional wraps & salads. Also, we will now have larger cookers to help with that lunchtime rush!
4 weeks until Freshmen Move-in Day! We are working hard preparing for our students to come back. As we count down to the semester, get ready to see some of the new updates happening at Ouachita this summer. We are very grateful to have donors whose gifts continue to make an impact at Ouachita! --- First up, Berry-Peeples Bible Building – Construction is underway on interior and exterior renovations and additions to this historic building. Some additions include the state-of-the-art Horne Center for Biblical Preaching and a brand new entrance facing the center of campus.
From the Ouachitonian: “My dad used to do late night study sessions, and my mom took classes at night, so I always had to pick one to go with. I always chose my dad because he would have a little set of goggles and bottles for me to prepare and play with while he taught his classes. In fact, to this day there’s still a little pair of goggles and bottles in his office.” --- Check out our blog to read more about Jace’s experience growing up in Jones Science Center and how it has shaped his future. (Link in bio)
From the Ouachitonian: “I first met Julian when he was four years old … I probably spent more time with the Kampfschulte kids in high school than I did with my own friends,” said Gray. --- Check out our blog to read more about the impact that Julian left on Hannah’s heart. (Link in bio)
We do late-night study sessions a little differently… 📷: Austin Sowerbutts (‘19)
From the Ouachitonian: “I wanted to go out there and get some experience,” Matros explained. “And getting to see the West Coast. I’ve always loved the West Coast.” --- Check out our blog to read more about John Franklin’s experience playing baseball for the Kitsap Bluejackets. (Link in bio)
We’re grateful for the opportunity to celebrate our independence today! Have a fun and safe 4th of July! 🎆
From the Ouachitonian: “Coach Knight had talked to my dad about me coming and helping out once I was old enough,” Harper said. “It started out as a joke, but every year that I came back and grew closer to college age, it became more serious.” --- Check out our blog to read more about why the Ouachita Tigers are like family to Taylor. (Link in bio)
Maybe the Ouachita bubble does actually exist... 😉😍 --- 📷: Brent Gambill (’01)
From the Ouachitonian: “The students at OBU are awesome. OBU has the most respectful and positive students you can find anywhere. It really is remarkable.” --- Check out our blog to read more about why Dr. Nykolaishen decided to teach. (Link in bio)
From the Ouachitonian: “I’ve had opportunities to shadow doctors from home, and I believed it was vital to broaden my knowledge on an international basis,” Bullard said, “I wanted to expose myself to health care in other countries, and for this reason, I went overseas.” --- Check out our blog to read more about Kori’s experience working in a hospital overseas. (Link in bio)
At Ouachita, your college friends often become family. You learn together, eat together, you laugh, cry, worship, compete and do absolutely nothing together until you can’t remember how you ever lived your life without them.
Just couldn't help himself... Happy #NationalDonutDay! 🍩
We love seeing so many posts from our incoming freshmen class! Share yours with #OuachitaBound and check our Insta story for some of our faves! 🐯💜
From the Ouachitonian: “The summers I’ve spent investing in these guys have changed my life too and I am able to live to a higher standard because of what I expect from the campers as they leave camp.” --- Check out our blog to hear how serving at camp impacted this Ouachita alum's life. (Link in bio)
Did you know that there was a World War II ship named after Ouachita? In honor of today’s #MemorialDay significance, check out our blog to hear the story of how this ship was used and how it got its name. (Link in bio)
From the Ouachitonian: “After I had made my first field goal in a game, all the guys on the sideline hit my helmet and yelled for me, and I knew I had made a difference for my team.” --- Check out our blog to read more about how Erin’s experience on the football team shaped her future. (Link in bio)
Ouachita – where you can walk over a ravine, along a river and through the trees all on a few minute walk to class.
Thanks to 2018 Ouachita Online grad Staci for expressing how we all really feel. You made it! 🙌
From the Ouachitonian: “It gave me a sense of awe of God’s creation. Standing at the foot of Everest makes that real easy.” --- Check out our blog to read more about Austin’s adventure. (Link in bio)