The Williams Baptist University theatre program is once again preparing for its annual production of the “Story Store,” but a new set of challenges has already caused changes to the way the performance is typically conducted.
The search committee was assembled by J.R. Cox of Walnut Ridge, who chairs the Williams Board of Trustees, after Dr. Tom Jones announced that he was resigning the presidency to take a position in California. Cox will serve as an ex officio member of the search committee.
The ribbon has been cut and Belle Hall, the newest residential facility at Williams Baptist College, was officially dedicated Friday, December 1. The ceremony was held at the conclusion of Williams’s regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting.
Williams Baptist College is set to dedicate its newest residence facility, Belle Hall, this Friday, December 1.
A phone outage, a PCH scam, and saying goodbye to an important family at Williams Baptist College.
The Jerry D. Gibbens Atrium was officially dedicated Saturday as a part of the Homecoming Celebration at Williams Baptist College. The atrium, located in the Maddox Center, is named in honor of Professor Jerry Gibbens, who has completed more than 50 years of service to Williams.
Madelyn Hawley of Beebe, Ark., and Jay Branch of Fayetteville, Ark., were crowned the 2017 Homecoming queen and king Saturday at Williams Baptist College. The coronation took place in the Southerland-Mabee Center as a part of the day’s Homecoming festivities.
“The Woman in Black” has begun its spine-chilling run at the Downtown Playhouse in Pocahontas. The thriller, which has been staged around the world, will continue through November.
Dr. Tom Jones, president of Williams Baptist University since 2012, has announced that he will leave Williams later this year for a position in California. Jones has accepted a post on the executive management staff of the California Baptist Foundation.