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First Ladies Garden Party

On a brisk March morning, first ladies Louise Ganus, Leah Burks and Ann McLarty gathered for tea under the colonnade in the First Ladies Garden.

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Fourth in the nation

Lady Bison basketball took many journeys during its 2016-17 season, the most successful in program history.

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A place at the table

Associate Professor of Bible Mac Sandlin moved with his family to Cedarville, Ohio, to pursue a doctoral degree in theology at the University of Dayton.

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Fellow freshmen

At the beginning of the 2013-14 school year, President Bruce McLarty and 1,261 students began their freshman years together.

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FEATURES


A place at the table

By Shelby Dias | Photography by Scott Huck In June 2014, Mac Sandlin, associate professor of Bible, and his wife, Jenni, moved from Searcy to Cedarville, Ohio, with their three children — Elijah, Josie and Judah — for Mac to pursue a doctoral degree in theology at the University of Dayton. Both born and raised in Beebe, Arkansas, Mac and Jenni were accustomed to frequent family visits and hefty Sunday-afternoon home-cooked meals before moving away from their hometown. After dinner one evening, t ...

First Ladies Garden Party

By Jennifer Hannigan | Photography by Jeff Montgomery On a brisk March morning, first ladies Louise Ganus, Leah Burks and Ann McLarty gathered for tea under the colonnade in the First Ladies Garden. Upon sitting down at the table together, Burks remarked how nice it was for them to still be in the same place as many past university presidents and their wives tend to leave after retirement. The three women, who collectively make up more than 50 years of Harding’s history, share a special bond hav ...

Fellow freshmen

By Hannah Owens | Photography by Kazu Fujisawa and Jeff Montgomery Harding University started its 90th year with the ceremonious tradition of convocation on the morning of Aug. 15, 2013. Incoming freshmen and their families gathered in Benson Auditorium to celebrate the University’s newest students and the states, countries and territories they represent. “When I was named the next president of Harding,” Dr. Bruce McLarty said to students in the ceremony, “I knew before I ever saw your faces tha ...

NEWS

Heard in Chapel: Spring 2017

March 27, 2017 “When we will allow him, the road God chooses may be long — it may be winding. But nevertheless, wherever he leads us, that road is always going to bring us nea ...

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Newsmakers: Spring 2017

Business office John Noah became director of the business office in January, replacing Molly Douglas who retired in May. College of Arts and Humanities Dr. Ginger Blackstone, ...

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FEATURED ALUMNI

Passionate business

Bethany Halford (’07) and Amanda Jerkins (’01) heard about each other through their husbands and mutual friends for years before meeting. The “style soul mates” soon teamed up to create Whoa, Wait. Walmart?, a media platform featuring fashionable ite ...

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Performing at Pearl Harbor

Don Eudaly (’78) in an attorney in Little Rock, Arkansas, but he considers himself more of a musician than a businessman. On Dec. 7, 2016, Eudaly performed an original song at the 75th National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Commemoration at Pearl Harbor i ...

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From the editor

Editorial Staff

Editor/Designer Tom Buterbaugh, ’78


Copy Editor/Writer Jennifer Hannigan, ’08


Writers Hannah Owens, ’11; Shelby Dias, ’15


Sports Writer Scott Goode, ’97


Photographer Jeff Montgomery, ’91


President Bruce D. McLarty, ’78


Vice President for Communications and Marketing Jana Rucker


Final Frame

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The demand for the Jesse McCartney concert Feb. 18 was so great the venue had to be changed from the Administration Auditorium to the Benson to accommodate the crowd of approximately 2,200. McCartney opened and closed the show with classic tracks from 2004-08.

Vintage Harding

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Dedicated on May 12, 1967, the $1.3 million science building was funded in part by a $50,000 contribution from Arkansas Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller. The single-story building contained the R.T. Clark Research Center, which had been commissioned by NASA for research purposes, in addition to laboratories and classrooms. After additions in 1984, 2004 and 2014, the now-named Pryor-England Center for Science and Engineering looks a little different: a three-story structure boasting labs from anatomy to zoology.