OBU is closed and all classes and events are cancelled through Friday, December 6.
October 16, 2012
OBU will honor outstanding seniors at the annual Harvest Court ceremony Saturday, Nov. 10, at the 7 p.m. Harvest Festival in Raley Chapel’s Potter auditorium as a part of OBU’s Homecoming celebration.
Senior students were nominated by their peers in six different categories: harvest king, harvest queen, best all-around man, best all-around woman, most servant-like man and most servant-like woman. The student body will vote on the finalists, and the winners will be announced during the Harvest Court ceremony.
Harvest Court finalists include:
Harvest King: Neal Ellis, an applied communications major from Midlothian, Texas; Parker Goforth, an applied communications major from Tulsa, Okla.; and Jesse Grandstaff, a religion- Bible major from Seminole, Okla.
Harvest Queen: Erin Black, a Bible major from Cassville, Mo.; Tristen Rizzo, a pre-allied health major from Owasso, Okla.; and Kallie Engle, an English major from Durant, Okla.
Best All-Around Man: Travis Alexander, an applied communications major from Bartlesville, Okla.; Matt Baker, an English and anthropology double major from Muskogee, Okla.; Curtis Headrick, an accounting/finance major from Sayre, Okla.; and Colin Metcalf, a business administration major from Jenks, Okla.
Best All-Around Woman: Karlie Clifford, an early childhood/elementary education major from Oklahoma City; Shannon Griffith, a secondary mathematics education major from Parker, Colo.; and Leah Palmer, an English major from Oklahoma City.
Most Servant-Like Man: Aaron Foster, a physics major from Oklahoma City; Aaron Hayes, an exercise and sports science pre-allied health major from Justin, Texas; and Will Yarbrough, an anthropology major from Blanchard, Okla.
Most Servant-Like Woman: Jessica Masterson, an interdisciplinary major from Oklahoma City; Elizabeth Sidler, an interdisciplinary major from Argyle, Texas; and Lauren Smith, a communications major from Greenwood, Ark.