WBU Theatre to Stage “Glorious”

The Williams Baptist University theatre program will present the play “Glorious” Nov. 1-2 as part of the 2019 WBU Homecoming celebration. “I was in love with this play from the first reading.  It has a great energy and wonderful message,” said Melinda Williams, assistant professor of communication arts and director of the production. The play…

Homecoming is Saturday, Nov. 2

by Bekah Kopp Williams Baptist University alumni, friends and family will gather on Saturday, November 2, to celebrate the school’s 78th annual homecoming celebration. A host of activities, from basketball to a theatre production, are lined up for this year’s homecoming.  Dr. Doug Walker, vice president for advancement and operations, said this semester has been…

Housekeeping

Williams Baptist University has an opening for an employee on the housekeeping team.  This is a full-time position. University Description Founded in 1941, Williams Baptist University is an evangelical Christian liberal arts university, accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). It is located in Walnut…

Grounds & Landscaping

Williams Baptist University has an opening for an employee on the grounds & landscaping team.  This is a full-time position. University Description Founded in 1941, Williams Baptist University is an evangelical Christian liberal arts university, accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). It is located…

Smith Scholarships Awarded for 2019-20

This year’s recipients have been named for the Reggie Smith Foundation Minority Scholarship at Williams Baptist University.  The Smith Foundation selected WBU students Rebecca Brown and Renan Paiva (pictured above with WBU President Dr. Stan Norman) to receive the scholarship award for the 2019-20 school year. Brown is sophomore from Jacksonville, Ark., majoring in social…

McKuin to Direct Play at WBU

The Williams Baptist University theatre program will start the 2019-20 season with a student-directed production.  WBU senior Melanie McKuin is directing two short plays that will be staged Oct. 15 in Startup Chapel. “We have done student-directed productions in the past, but haven’t lately.  I finally got a student brave enough,” said Melinda Williams, assistant…