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Proof Performance
April 19, 2021 • Posted in , ,

University Theatre to Present “Proof” April 22-25

University of the Ozarks Theatre will present four online performances of David Auburn’s poignant Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, “Proof.” The performances will be at 7 p.m. on April 22, 23 and 24 and at 2 p.m. on April 25. It will be shown live and in real-time on the University’s Youtube Channel at Youtube.com/c/universityoftheozarks. The play […]

Theatre Poster
February 8, 2021 • Posted in , , ,

University Theatre to Present Professor Shook’s Murder’s Disposal

Valentine’s Day may never be the same, thanks to the University of the Ozarks Theatre’s dark comedy, Murder’s Disposal, written and directed by Dr. Rhonda Shook, associate professor of communication. John Dunn has been swindled. Twenty thousand dollars has disappeared, along with his new girlfriend. When he turns to Murder’s Disposal to recover the money […]

diploma
November 30, 2020 • Posted in , , ,

Fall 2020 Commencement Set for Virtual Format on Dec. 19

University of the Ozarks will hold its 2020 Fall Commencement in an all-virtual format at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 19. The ceremony will be livestreamed via the University’s Facebook page as well as through Zoom. The Zoom link for the ceremony is: https://ozarks-edu.zoom.us/j/3452301838 The ceremony will include live speakers as well as visual and […]

Foley
September 21, 2020 • Posted in , , ,

Foley to Present Documentary on Hangin’ Judge

Award-winning Arkansas filmmaker Larry Foley is partnering with University of the Ozarks to present a live virtual screening of Foley’s new documentary “Indians, Outlaws, Marshals & the Hangin’ Judge,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 6. The event, which is part of the University’s 2020-21 Walton Arts & Ideas Series, will be presented via Zoom. […]

Campus in the spring

Campus Events Cancelled Through Semester

University of the Ozarks has cancelled all public, student and academic events on campus for the remainder of the Spring 2020 Semester and is limiting off-campus visitors in an attempt to control the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). There are currently no reported or suspected cases of COVID-19 on the U of O campus […]