“What I love about Ozarks is that there is so much diversity of ideas and opinions and viewpoints, yet everybody is accepting and respectful of one another. I love being exposed to those different ideas and viewpoints because as historians that’s important to us. You may not agree with somebody’s ideas or opinions, but it’s important for us to understand as much as we can about how other people think and view the world.”
Jonathan Bowen, Clarksville, AR
History Major, Class of 2020
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
University of the Ozarks freshman John Bowen not only loves history, he lives history.
Matt Arant, a 2012 Ozarks graduate, will begin a next chapter of his life this fall at Mercer Law School in Macon, Ga.
For many of us, an evening at the movies is time that we really look forward to. There's just something about watching a story unfold on the big screen that draws us in, bringing out powerful emotions such as joy, sadness, or fear in a way that few other forms of entertainment can. But through a special film series here at Ozarks, a night at the movies can do even more…it can also change the way we look at the history of mankind.