Rotaract mission trip embodies University val...

One of the core values of University of the Ozarks is “the service of all of creation,” and that driving principle was on full display during a recent mission trip to El Salvador by the student organization Rotaract.

Presbyterian Women’s polytunnel gift to aid...

The donation of a polytunnel by the national Presbyterian Women (PCUSA) will allow the University of the Ozarks’ Food for Thought Garden to double its already impressive production, according to University officials.

Enactus team advances to national competition

The University of the Ozarks’ Enactus team won a regional championship for the 27th consecutive year during competition on April 8, in Dallas, Texas.

Students plan art auction to benefit Thanksgi...

University of the Ozarks Professor Dr. Rhonda Shook and her Art on the Edge class will present the Bid & Benefit Art Show and Silent Auction from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 21, at the KXIO Coffee House in downtown Clarksville.

U of O serving as drop site for tornado relie...

The University of the Ozarks community is joining several local organizations to aid the victims of Sunday’s tornadoes in central Arkansas.

Education students participating in “cu...

Students in the University of the Ozarks’ teacher education program are gaining real-world experience in on-line teaching, thanks to a new innovative program that the University and Westside School District have partnered in.

RTV students make history with live mobile br...

Students from the University of the Ozarks’ Radio-Television-Video (RTV) program made history during the 2013 Fall Semester when they produced the first live remote broadcast of a high school athletic event in Johnson County.

Robinson, Green judge poster presentations at...

University of the Ozarks juniors Lakyn Robinson, an art education major from Oark, Ark., and Brittany Green, an art major from Malvern, Ark., recently served as judges for the annual NASA Space Destination Art Competition at Waldron Middle School in Waldr

Students spend afternoon assisting in wildlif...

On Friday, March 29, an Exxon Mobil pipeline ruptured in Mayflower, Ark., releasing thousands of barrels of Canadian Wabasca heavy crude oil into neighboring areas. Almost two dozen homes were evacuated following the spill, but the wild residents of the a

PCM, Young Democrats provide Easter baskets f...

In the spirit of the Easter season, members of the student organizations Presbyterian Campus Ministries (PCM) and Young Democrats put together dozens of Easter baskets for underprivileged children in the community.