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College lands another ranking.
Oxford University research fellow has been visiting scholar at Williams.
WBC remembers alumni Dale Freeman, Mickey Wood and Jason Rose.
College makes significant leap in latest rankings.
Project explores church wars during Great Depression.
Watercolor art to be on display in Maddox Center.
Children of the college's founder share their memories.
Senior from Smithville presented history scholarship.
Ascend orientation kicks off Friday.
Retiring after 17 years in Office of Academic Affairs.
Sale of property and items from the estate of WBC alumnus Clifford Toney.
Presentation covers decade of research.
New freeway connects WBC to central Arkansas.
Jonesboro native assumes duties at Williams this fall.
Williams prepares to launch MA in teaching, bachelor's in criminal justice.
Business students earn new batch of national accolades.
Campus returns to normal after threatening call.
Whitney serves at Arkansas Scholastic Honors Day.
New roadway will cut travel time to WBC from central Arkansas.
Whitney and Babbitt take office.
Remodeling expected to begin later this month.
Dr. Chris Thompson takes the helm of Arkansas Federation of Music Clubs.
Three students join music fraternity.
Students inducted at April 14 banquet.
Students with GPA of 3.5 and higher honored.
Degrees awarded to 86 graduates.
Merger wins by wide margins in both College City and Walnut Ridge.
Graduating seniors honored with prestigious award.
Manley Chapel filled for memorial service.
Election Day is today!
Ceremony begins at 10 a.m.
Memorial service for Williams sophomore and soccer player killed is Wednesday.
Sigma Tau Delta at WBC inducts three students.
Drop in reception from 2:30-4:00.
Fourteen students receive Academic Awards.
Nearly 90 students will receive diplomas.
Senior honored for history research.
Dr. Duane Bolin to be guest speaker.
Business students take PBL office.
Project set to be published within the next year.
25 students qualify for national competition.
Christian Ministries Students recognized for academic and service accomplishments.
Four-man scramble is at Sage Meadows Country Club in Jonesboro.
Students join business society.
Annual 5-to-1 Conference will feature four speakers.
Event scheduled for April 16.
Lecture slated for April 28.
English professor's article to appear in Wheaton College publication.
Prices start as low as five cents.
The Boys Next Door shows April 7 & 8.
Bancroft society announces final lectures of academic year.
Annual event entertains local students.
Williams alum and faculty member will take over WTEP.
Theatre season closes with comedy-drama.
Williams seniors present papers in Minneapolis.
Annual event provides various health services.
Lunch-and-learn event slated for Wednesday.
Scholars named in memory of Ezra & Verbeth Coe of Tuckerman.
Events planned to honor African-American heritage.
Petitions being signed in both cities to call for a special election.
WBC family extends sympathies to the beloved Midkiff family
Annual event set to raise awareness about global hunger.
Williams drama ministry begins 2016 touring schedule.
WBC choir traveling to four states as part of spring touring schedule.
Nuclear physicist to visit campus.
WBC mourns the passing of Rev. Jim Ellis Tillman, Sr., former Vice President for Development at Williams Baptist College
Jonesboro resident is CEO of aviation defense research firm.
Snow storm causes flight delay from Saturday to Monday.
College to remain closed due to icy conditions.
Classes cancelled & offices closed due to icy conditions.
College celebrates 75 year anniversary in 2016.
Walnut Ridge industry gives to WBC's annual scholarship fund.
Offices open 9 am to 4 pm. Spring semester classes begin Jan. 11.
Collection on loan to Walnut Ridge library from WBC.
Arkansas Baptist Foundation shares proceeds from building sale.
Startup returning to classroom, will head academic honors program.
Annual gift benefits WBC's Annual Scholarship Fund.
Queen and king named during Saturday's festivities.
WBC president honored by chamber of commerce.
Paintings by Arkansas artist to be on display through December 10.
Register for spring semester classes at BHS.
Williams alum leaves bulk of estate to college.
Events begin at 9 a.m. this Saturday.
Fall drama opens Homecoming weekend.
Twelve seminaries will be represented.
Fall festival starts at 6:30.
Fair open during Homecoming festivities.
CEO of Cavenaugh Auto Group addresses Organizational Management class.
Fall theater production set for Homecoming weekend.
New facility will house 43 students.
Center provides resources to help students succeed in college.
Second annual conference held in Manley Chapel.
Closure from Hwy. 67 to campus entrance is for renovation of historic road.
Scholarship named for late Williams history professor.
WBC is listed as a top tier Southern college for the sixth year in a row.
New school year is underway.
Store in Mabee Student Center features WBC branded items and school supplies.
Classes begin Aug. 31.
Store with WBC merchandise and school supplies is in Eagle Coffeehouse & Grill.
Bradford classes begin August 17.
Textbooks available for purchase through online bookstore.
New assistant professor of art begins teaching at WBC this fall.
Business students bring home top accolades from national competition.
Williams alum will assume duties in August.
Ph.D. in physics takes on role in natural sciences.
Twenty-one students added to directory.
Prize-winning scholar has international teaching experience.
Tournament at Sage Meadows benefits Williams athletic program.
World War II class presents exhibits at Wings of Honor Museum.
Accountant with corporate background to teach in Business Department.
UPDATED: 87 graduates have been awarded degrees.
Event at Sage Meadows Country Club benefits Eagles athletic program.
Williams to name new student success center in honor of Joy Ring.
Students try their skills at Jones Lodge shooting range.
Seniors honored at Williams graduates luncheon.
Leads meeting of religion professors in Dallas.
Science professor makes presentation at New York institution.
Williams education students conduct annual program in Pocahontas.
Graduation ceremony begins at 10 a.m. in the Southerland-Mabee Center.
Eight Students elected PBL officers at WBC.
Makes presentation to the Organization of American Historians.
Some 90 graduates to receive degrees.
Students honored at April 15 luncheon.
Senior participates on two English panels.
Senior psychology majors represent WBC.
Students inducted at April 15 luncheon.
Four students added to music fraternity.
Six students added to SBD.
Business students qualify for national competition.
Shows begin at 7:30 p.m.
Students receive awards at annual banquet.
Lecture/concert series set for April 7.
Classes begin May 11.
Classes dismissed and offices closed April 3rd in observance of Easter weekend.
"Women in Congress" takes the stage April 15-16.
Sale lasts April 6-13.
Williams PBL raises money for world hunger.
Annual event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Five students added to International English Honor Society.
Men's basketball matchup with Park set for 2 pm Friday at Williams.
Winter storm closes school for remainder of week.
WBC closing due to approaching winter storm.
Williams students celebrate African-American culture and history in February.
Williams set to receive funds through AmazonSmile program.
The Phi Beta Lambda event is rescheduled for March 2.
WBC returning to its standard schedule. Continued caution urged due to lingering icy patches.
Continued icy conditions lead to classes being cancelled and offices closed.
Rescheduled for Friday, March 13.
Classes are cancelled and offices closed for remainder of the week.
Classes cancelled and offices closed due to icy conditions. Athletic events postponed.
College aims to reopen Wednesday, conditions permitting.
Classes cancelled and offices closed. Cafeteria on Saturday hours.
Annual event to raise money for world hunger.
Williams chapter honored named Outstanding Collegiate Chapter.
Student ministry conference to focus on ministry in the home.
Williams opens the spring semester on normal schedule.
WBC planning to open the spring semester as scheduled Monday.
Student Dining Hall hours expanded due to threat of inclement weather.
Residence halls will open Saturday for the spring semester.
Walnut Ridge industry gives to WBC's Annual Scholarship Fund.
Faculty named associate professors and granted tenure.
Conference will focus on youth ministry.
Students exposed to historical Arkansas.
$500,000 from Butler family launches drive for new residence hall.
College employees honored for service.
Norris brings much experience to Williams.
Six acres have been given to Williams.
Snowfall doesn't accumulate on roads.
Williams makes third out of fifty on list.
Decision to be made by 6 a.m. Monday.
Travels to Northwest Arkansas for event.
Northeast Arkansas couple leaves gift for scholarships at WBC.
Award given at Homecoming/Parents Day.
Drop off from Nov. 17-24.
Display open from Nov. 6 through Dec. 2.
Seniors voted queen and king.
Events last all day on WBC campus.
Lasts until Nov. 3.
Longtime WBC educator passed away October 24 in Texas.
Annual event begins at 6:30.
Production opens during Homecoming.
"Charley's Aunt" to be staged during Homecoming festivities.
Drive set for Saturday.
Bolton honored for work with SHARE Team.
Preview days set for Oct. 10 and Nov. 14.
Area associations participate in event.
Humanities program is Thursday.
Ribbon cutting ceremony held Friday morning.
Displays set up around campus.
Several employees honored at luncheon.
Williams welcomes 164 freshmen for the 2014 fall semester.
Magazine's rankings again place WBC among top Southern colleges.
Event slated for September 25.
Presentation part of Ozarks Celebration Festival.
Exciting new semester already in the works.
Route reopens between Alicia and Hoxie following train derailment.
Freshman move in day kicks of Ascend Orientation
Activities ramp up for August 25 start of school year.
UPDATED: Hwy 67 closed south of Hoxie following train collision.
English professor added to 24-member board of directors.
Special meeting takes place on Williams campus.
Business students bring home national accolades.
Classes begin August 25.
Students help prepare cafeteria for reopening.
Professor selected, again, for prestigious panel.
Longtime state legislator and Williams supporter passed away Wednesday.
Students with GPAs of 3.5 or higher honored.
Four students selected for WBC representation.
Sixteen students added to honor society.
Five students added to business honor society.
Fifteen students added to directory.
Former WBC art teacher makes gift to new scholarship.
Physical education majors lend a helping hand.
Student joins only chapter within the state.
Honored at WBC commencement.
111 graduates have been awarded degrees.
English department represented in Savannah, Ga.
Seniors honored with highest award.
Nearly 115 students set to graduate.
Dallas native will lead WBC's enrollment management and student services.
Classes begin May 12.
Annual events took place at Alma Spikes Elementary in Pocahontas.
Sixteen students qualify for nationals.
Seven students elected officers of PBL at WBC.
Sixteen students have been presented with academic awards.
Board approves budget and 2014 graduates at its April 4 meeting.
New emphasis already being offered.
Eight members added to theater honor society.
College purchases over 40 acres from family of A.C. Rudloff.
Searcy student receives college's top scholarship.
Program to kick off this fall.
Sigma Tau Delta receives new members.
Walnut Ridge native crowned at annual pageant.
Play will run Thursday and Friday night.
Opening reception is Monday, March 17.
Reception to be held tonight.
WBC back to regular operations following winter storm.
Annual pageant will now take place Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Students pack over 10,000 pounds of paper products.
Festivities scheduled for March 15.
Former president of WBC Student Senate passed away Feb. 22nd.
Shows set for March 13 and 14 in Old Chapel.
Record-setting 76 people attend annual event.
Event slated for March 5.
Money raised will support student missions.
The college continues to celebrate Black History Month.
Local bank supports project to double size of student dining area.
WBC choir is touring with its "Celebration of Worship" program.
Williams drama ministry underway with its 2014 tour.
Performance scheduled for next Thurs.
Event to highlight and raise money for world hunger.
Snowfall creates some beautiful scenes on the WBC campus.
Williams releases academic lists.
Trustees updated on Fulbright Ave. project, other good news at Williams.
Rebels and Lady Greyhounds add to their Williams Tourney trophies.
Classes dismissed and offices closed.
Classes and offices will reopen following winter weather.
Classed cancelled and offices closed due to icy conditions.
Residence halls open Sunday afternoon.
WBC extends wishes for a wonderful holiday season.
Williams mourns the loss of great friend.
Billie Harty Dining Room to be added.
Award presented during Homecoming/Parents' Day.
Coronation part of WBC's Homecoming/Parents' Day '13
Registration is Nov. 18.
Performance begins at 7 p.m.
Open through Nov. 26.
Festivities begin at 10 a.m.
Recital begins at 7 p.m.
Event kicks off Friday.
Opens 2013-2014 season Nov. 1.
Community is invited.
Fall dates are scheduled for the preview days.
Exhibit open through October 11.
Construction is set to begin in October.
Biology faculty member given tenured status by WBC Board of Trustees.
Andrew Watson to coach men's and women's cross country teams.
Portions of Bill of Rights on display around campus.
Dr. Ruth Hawkins to lecture on Hemingway's Arkansas connection.
WBC remains in top tier of southern colleges.
Injury to speaker forces event's cancellation.
New vehicle to be a big help for outdoor sports events.
New branding can be seen around WBC.
WBC records its second largest freshman class in recent history.
Popular lunch spot open from 12:00 to 1:30 Sunday afternoons.
Two counselors and assistant director added over the summer.
New Eagles sport to begin competition in 2014-15 school year.
Top team shoots a 50 at four-person scramble.
Classes begin Monday, August 26.
Students must follow these steps by August 30.
Classes begin August 26.
Gibbens participates in annual reading and scoring of exams.
Business students earn 8 national honors at PBL conference.
2-1 loss to Lubbock Christian ends stellar season.
WBC releases academic lists.
Service awards presented to WBC employees.
WBC business students ready to compete in California.
Make appointments by June 15 and receive a scholarship.
Three softball Eagles honored at the national level.
Registration and classes begin June 10.
WBC wins opening round pod in Claremore, Okla.
Hollingsworth honored at WBC graduation.
Eleven students receive academic honors.
Eat Pizza Hut and support WBC missions.
111 graduates earn degrees from Williams.
17 students receive Who's Who honor.
Karisa Hendrix and Andrew Chandler receive top honor.
Lady Eagles headed to Claremore, Okla., for first round games.
Hendrix, Anderson, Siebert and Newell earn individual awards from AMC.
WBC employees honored for their service to the school.
Registration will be May 6th at Bradford High School.
The P-4 Early Childhood Education Award is renamed.
Rain delayed tourney now set to begin Saturday.
Softball squad climbs a notch in latest NAIA poll.
Two students join international music society.
Business society brings home a host of awards and honors.
Business students join international honor society.
Board hears details of the Diamond Destiny Plan.
2013-2014 officers ready to lead business society.
Business Owner of the Year and Business Person of the Year selected.
Adam Adams heads up international programs at WBC.
Approximately 100 graduates to receive diplomas.
Softball Eagles earn weekly mention from conference.
Several events planned at the Felix Goodson Library.
Williams sophomore rewarded for stellar week.
Play will be April 12 and 13 in WBC's Old Chapel.
College given 10-year extension with no stipulations.
Longtime VP for Academic Affairs returns to position.
Students will spend spring break serving the Walnut Ridge area.
Walnut Ridge native crowned Friday night.
Future Williams student receives high honor.
Senior forward earns top conference honors in basketball.
Applications are due March 29.
Newell to focus on softball, with new coach to be hired for volleyball.
Williams men win a thriller over WWU.
Student ministry conference scheduled for March 8-9.
Lady Eagles advance to semifinal game Friday at Columbia.
Garage sale will benefit student mission trips.
WBC PBL joins WRHS for FBLA Week activity.
Michael Taber passed away Feb. 22nd.
Tryouts will be held Saturday, March 9.
WBC graduate to be laid to rest Friday.
Games against Benedictine-Springfield rescheduled from Thursday to avoid inclement weather.
The Lady Eagles have postponed their doubleheader with BMC.
Williams students inducted into International English Honor Society.
2013 Mr. WBC crowned on Friday, Feb. 8.
Aquaponics fundraiser set for Valentine's Day.
The 14th ranked Lady Eagles will open their season on Saturday, Feb. 9 at Blue Mountain.
Events planned to commemorate African American history.
Event raises funds for projects to alleviate hunger.
Folk music duo to lead night of worship Feb. 11.
Photographs on display through Feb. 7 in Maddox Center gallery.
WBC forward honored after scoring 59 points in two games.
Grace Stolz is WBC's new coordinator of public relations.
Williams alum was well known as a banker, educator and civic leader.
DeProw joins business school deans from around Arkansas in study.
Williams announces honor students from the fall semester.
Business students conduct successful diaper drive and help pack bread for charity.
Preview day is for prospective students interested in the Williams Singers.
WBC mourns loss of longtime BSU director and friend of the college.
Williams campus coated with snow after Christmas blizzard.
Pocahontas bank makes gift to WBC.
Local industry supports annual scholarship fund at Williams.
WBC administrators assume new roles for the college.
Chair of WBC science department elected to position in international society.
Lady Eagles soccer will take the field in fall of 2013.
Marmaduke girls and Hillcrest boys claim 54th annual tournament crowns.
Scholarship benefits students who attend Pocahontas and Maynard High Schools.
Display runs through December 7th in Maddox Center gallery.
Conference hands out honors to 10 WBC athletes.
Seniors named king & queen during Homecoming/Parents Day festivities.
Lady Eagles end year with 23-12 record.
Thursday luncheon open to all who are interested in student ministry.
Business students working to achieve prestigious status.
Day full of activities planned for students' families and Williams alumni.
Drama production will take place during Homecoming/Parents Day festivities.
Sale will be held in Felix Goodson Library Oct. 26 - Nov. 3.
Senior art exhibit features oil on canvas, ceramics, prints and mosaics.
Annual event offers games and activities for local children and church groups.
FCA event draws high school students from Lawrence County.
Preview day for honor students will be Nov. 9th.
Accrediting agency to make routine visit in early November.
Students sample Art & Culture products while learning about the new business.
Preview day is for students interested in transferring to WBC from other colleges.
Magazine ranks Williams in top tier of southern colleges for third straight year.
Grant Smith conducts valuable research at Wings of Honor WWII Museum.
Business students rake in honors at San Antonio conference.
Popular lunch spot is open 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. Sundays.
Campus comes to life in anticipation of the fall semester.
Students have begun moving into WBC residence halls for the fall 2012 semester.
WBC opens their season on August 30 at 4:30 p.m. against Harding in Walnut Ridge, Ark.
Local industry moves inventory to Miller Building.
Both students and community members are invited to be a part of the group.
Campus comes to life in preparation for first day of classes, Aug. 29th.
WBC volleyball will open their season on August 24.
Dr. Thomas Jones has begun work as the 6th president of Williams.
Webb Gymnasium has completed a makeover to its seating.
Registration is Tuesday, Aug. 7, with classes beginning Aug. 20.
Honor students from the past semester are listed.
Degrees awarded to 100 graduates during baccalaureate & commencement exercises.
2012 graduates honored with annual award.
Check out the new athletic website at www.wbceagles.com.
Five staff members are honored for reaching milestones of service.
Two Lady Eagles softball players were honored by the NAIA.
Paragould minister honored at baccalaureate and commencement excercises.
Williams finishes the season with a record of 51-10.
Annual guide will feature 22 from Williams.
WBC athletics announced the annual award on Friday.
Business students are admitted to honor society.
WBC softball team wins the American Midwest Conference Tournament championship.
The American Midwest Conference has released its 2012 softball awards.
WBC brought home 17 honors when the AMC released its baseball awards on Thursday.
Music honor society adds new members at WBC.
Dr. Bill Steeger to deliver baccalaureate address to graduates.
Business society picks four to lead the organization next year.
Shelby Anderson and Karisa Hendrix have been honored by the AMC.
Head of WBC's counseling and career services stepping down after 13 years.
The AMC has released its Academic All-Conference team.
Annual project teaches school children the value of saving.
Some 100 will graduate at baccalaureate and commencement excercises.
New coffee shop offers hot, iced and frozen speciality drinks.
The Lady Eagles finish the regular season with a record of 43-8.
Business students claim 29 awards at statewide competition.
Retiring president of Williams presented title during reception in his honor.
Karisa Hendrix wins the award for the fourth time this season.
Academic departments hand out annual awards to students.
Students join national honor scholarship society.
Lady Eagles win first outright AMC championship with victory over Stephens.
Tuesday's doubleheader has been cancelled against CMU.
Musical will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in WBC's Old Chapel.
The weather has forced some changes to the Lady Eagles softball schedule.
Jill Graham and Karisa Hendrix honored by conference.
Williams recognizes seven employees for milestones of service.
Olivia Morris was honored by the NAIA.
Sale of children's art will benefit orphanage in Thailand.
WBC split a doubleheader with Bethel University.
WBC sets a new record for wins in a season.
Two events planned at Felix Goodson Library for week of April 8-14.
Monday's home JV contest against TRCC now set to start at 3 p.m.
Lady Eagles climb two spots in the latest NAIA poll.
Jones will be the sixth president of Williams.
Shelby Anderson is the third WBC softball player to be honored by the AMC this season.
Musical based on the "Peanuts" comic strip will be performed April 19 & 20.
WBC picked up one win in a four game series with HLG.
Senior from Des Arc, Ark., to present program on music therapy.
The Lady Eagles earn an important sweep over William Woods University.
The Eagles will host six AMC contests this weekend.
The Lady Eagles have climbed a spot in the national rankings.
Congressman Crawford commends retiring WBC president.
WBC teacher candidates have opportunity to work with exceptional students.
Registration will be April 3 at Bradford High School.
Biology honor society welcomes new members.
Sophomore from Sherwood, Ark., claims 2012 Miss WBC title.
Longtime Williams supporter and board chairman passed away Monday.
Group doing mission work with children and others in Asian country.
WBC's president will be honored at a reception in administration building rotunda.
April 14 event to held by biology honor society.
The Eagles hosted MBU in a four game AMC clash this past weekend.
The Lady Eagles traveled to Springfield, Mo. this past weekend.
Cafeteria closed, offices operating on shorter hours.
Lady Eagles take doubleheader from the NAIA's 21st ranked team Wednesday.
Karisa Hendrix has won the AMC Pitcher of the Week for the second time this season.
English honor society inducts four from Williams.
Solid pitching and timely hitting leads WBC to four victories.
The Eagles opened their AMC season this past week.
WBC has cancelled their doubleheader scheduled for Friday, March 9.
Eleven basketball players were honored from WBC.
The Lady Eagles finish a 17-10 season.
Harty-Blackwood Gateway greets visitors at main entrance to campus.
Opportunity for students interested in transfering to WBC.
Annual conference benefits student ministers and other youth leaders.
Students meet Rev. Billy Kyles during Black History Month field trip.
WBC drama department stages stories by local elementary students.
Students learn of Ernest Hemingway's days in Piggott, Ark.
Bean supper and silent auction brings in funds for mission trip.
The Lady Eagles open their season on February 11.
Childrens books given for orphanage in Thailand.
The Williams Eagles baseball team will open its season this Friday.
WBC choir to present its Celebration of Worship.
Christian drama team to perform across the state.
The Eagles score a season high 102 points in a win over CRC.
Fund raiser to feature ham and bean supper along with innovative auction items.
WBC announces its honor students from last semester
Local industry gives to annual scholarship fund.
Ribbon cutting formally opens facility.
Dr. Jerol Swaim will step down after 48 years at WBC.
WBC dean going back to first love of teaching history.
Annual gift benefits scholarship fund at Williams.
The Eagles and Lady Eagles were in action on Saturday afternoon.
Two Eagles have received AMC Player of the Week honors.
Kyle Harvey scores 36 points in win against Bethel.
Displays to be presented Friday at Wings of Honor Museum.
The WBC Lady Eagles will begin the season with the highest ranking in school history.
Hoops teams pick up big wins Tuesday evening.
Marmaduke girls and Pocahontas boys emerge as champs of 53rd Annual Williams Tournament.
WBC seniors are crowned during festivities Saturday.
WBC president is this year's Distinguished Alumnus at Union University.
Both the Eagles and Lady Eagles lost by six points to Lyon College on Tuesday night.
WBC volleyball was well represented when the AMC released their All-Conference team on Sunday.
Williams picked up several awards from the American Midwest Conference on Sunday.
The Lady Eagles finished the 2011 season with the highest winning percentage in history.
WBC classes at Bradford High School begin Jan. 9th.
WBC soccer finishes season with seven wins and ten losses.
Annual high school tourney begins November 26th.
WBC men and women pick up wins versus Ecclesia College.
Registration is 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, at Bradford High School.
Women's hoops squad will be led by six seniors in 2011-12 season.
Last week's wins position teams for the conference tournament.
The WBC men will open the basketball season Saturday at 4 p.m. against Ecclesia.
WBC soccer edges Harris-Stowe, while volleyball squad rolls past Hendrix.
First residents move in to WBC's newest facility.
Volleyball and soccer Eagles faced nationally ranked opponents last week.
"These Shining Lives" will be presented Oct. 27 & 28.
Rally at WRHS is well attended and energetic.
Member of Williams music faculty follows a family tradition.
Piece explores influence of historic Memphis radio station.
Baseball Eagles open new seating areas.
Longtime home to Dr. H.E. Williams and family restored to original look.
Dr. Brooks Blevins to deliver this year's Vaughn Lecture Oct. 13.
WBC's Martin Carmona picks up AMC player of the week honors.
WBC volleyball and soccer are off to best starts in school history.
Williams moves upward in the top tier of Southern colleges.
Four Williams athletic teams saw action during the past week.
Equipment company sets up grill for fall ball game.
WBC had a busy week in sports against nationally ranked teams.
Funeral service is Monday for widow of WBC’s founder.
WBC soccer and volleyball begin season in record fashion.
WBC volleyball remains undefeated, while soccer Eagles notch a lopsided win.
Group planning mission trip to be at restaurant Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Steve & Melanie Williams endow scholarship for education majors.
Williams students have officially begun the 2011-12 year.
There were several new players and coaches around the WBC soccer program for pre-season this year.
The 2011 Lady Eagles look to continue the progress from previous seasons.
Coach Lee was asked to coach in a USSSA baseball tournament in Florida.
Classes for the 2011-12 school year begin August 31.
Williams AD honored at annual conference meeting.
2011 graduate takes first place at national business competition.
Williams will host an alumni volleyball game on August 20.
Carol Halford overcomes extreme circumstances to be an inspiration to her players.
Women's residence facility will house 43 students.
Event teaches how to build business through Facebook.
Six awards, including a first place finish, at national Phi Beta Lambda convention.
Williams faculty member evaluates psychology exams.
Events start July 7 at WR First Baptist Church.
Following flood at BRTC, Williams makes Felix Goodson Library available.
Williams alum will also serve as sports information director.
WBC English department chair evaluates Advanced Placement exams in English literature.
Mission trip is planned for March 2012.
Employees recognized for reaching milestones of service to the college.
Honor students from the spring 2011 semester are listed.
Federal grant enables Williams to provide program for local teachers.
Seven future Williams athletes will participate in All-Stars week in Fayetteville.
WBC awards degrees to 97 graduates during May 7 ceremony.
Williams athletes chosen for awards through NAIA initiative.
Graduating seniors honored as outstanding representatives of Williams.
Chair of WTEP selected for Professional Licensure Standards Board.
Food service provider fulfills challenge from "Williams Weigh."
Lady Eagles pick up 22 awards from the AMC.
Hot Springs Village pastor honored at Williams graduation.
WWU claims hard fought conference tourney title.
Hallie Horton has been named AMC Player of the Week.
15 from WBC receive American Midwest Conference recognition.
Williams faculty members recognized for reaching milestone of service.
Williams sweeps Park in AMC Tournament semifinals.
Group from Williams travels to Sigma Tau Delta annual gathering.
Guidelines presented for students and faculty affected by area flooding.
Number is second highest of any college in Arkansas.
Over 90 graduates set to receive their diplomas.
Departments award honors to top students.
Students inducted into international music fraternity.
WBC taps Central Baptist coach to lead Eagles.
English honor society holds its annual induction ceremony.
Flood related issues regarding end of the year exams.
WBC & College City are NOT affected by flooding. Operating on normal schedule.
Monday and Tuesday baseball games have been rained out.
Williams students join national scholarship society.
WBC softball squad now ranked 15th in the NAIA.
Felicia Woodard has been named conference player of the week.
67 students participated in the annual Williams 5K.
Bank of Pocahontas and WBC join forces on "Teach Children to Save Day."
Windy day leads to alternative mode of transportation.
Annual publication to include 18 from Williams.
Softball squad grabs solo conference lead with senior day wins.
Awards presented to several students by Christian ministries department.
Williams squad stays put at 18th in the NAIA.
Five Williams students inducted into Sigma Beta Delta.
Four honored for reaching milestones in their service to WBC.
Tyler Williams has received Player of the Week honors for the AMC.
Eagles assistant coach will assume top job next season.
Black Rock senior wins prestigious award.
Three students will lead business society next year.
Williams squad ranked 18th in the NAIA.
Play to be staged 7:30 p.m. each evening in the Old Chapel.
Community-wide party will be Saturday at Stewart Park.
Longtime Eagles skipper leaving after this season.
Wins over MoBap and Park keep Lady Eagles perfect in conference.
Junior forward from Maury City, Tenn., is honorable mention All-NAIA.
Play is scheduled for April 7 & 8 in WBC's Old Chapel.
Sophomore from Corning, Ark., named honorable mention All-American.
Registration set for April 5, with classes starting May 9.
Book sale benefits WBC's Felix Goodson Library.
Choir and orchestra to present Festival of Song Thursday in Manley Chapel.
Dr. Chris Thompson chairs chapter of College Music Society.
Chelsea Sanders received the AMC softball player of the week award.
Preview day is set aside for prospective transfer students.
Wing of new facility to be named in honor of Jim & Joan Carter.
Sophomore forwards named all-conference, while three othersreceive academic honors.
Three receive All-Conference Honors. Five receive academic honors.
Marcus Massey, Courtney Sublett, and Jessica Shephard all passed the 1,000 career point mark this season.
Softball instructor talks to future coaches.
Softball Eagles take two wins from Illinois school.
Senior art exhibition will be open through March 18 in Maddox Center gallery.
Junior from Mammoth Spring wins 2011 title.
Women's basketball team raises $450 in February.
Rain has forced the softball team to reschedule their softball game against Lyon College
The Lady Eagles and Eagles basketball teams defeated Harris-Stowe on senior day.
Influential author to speak at event March 1st and 2nd.
Shane Smith heads home three weeks after accidental shooting.
Longtime Eagles coach will head search for his successor.
North Little Rock man gives toward new women's dorm.
Dr. Richard Ross to speak at event March 1 and 2.
Williams sophomore recuperating well after accidental shooting.
The Lady Eagles are excited about another successful season.
Annual expo of medical services now scheduled for Feb. 16.
Weekend baseball games against Blue Mountain have been snowed out.
Annual production uses stories from local schoolchildren.
Today's games against University of the Ozarks have been postponed.
New women's dorm expected to be completed by start of the fall semester.
Williams sophomore moved from ICU after accidental shooting Sunday.
2010 graduate returns with "Since Williams: 30 Abstract Explorations."
Thursday's scheduled contests at WBC reset for Feb 21.
WBC student in stable condition following accidental shooting.
WBC players take weekly honors after stellar performances Saturday.
Women's luncheon will focus on the importance of a healthy diet.
The basketball games against HLG have been rescheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 25th.
WBC faculty members to present research findings at U.S. Department of Education conference.
Williams releases list of honor students from the fall semester.
WBC choir announces 2011 performance dates.
Creative ministry team from WBC will tour through the spring semester.
Class looks into the history of local World War II base.
Faculty and staff open their homes to treat students during annual event.
Ladies luncheon features reading of depression-era Christmas tale.
Local industry presents gift of $2,500.
Donation supports annual scholarship fund and Manley Chapel project.
All-WBC Tournament squads named after championship games.
WBC presented Champions of Character Five Star Award for the 2009-2010 seasons.
Sophomore from Marked Tree crowned at annual competition.
Seniors from northwest Arkansas are named Homecoming Queen and King.
Annual high school invitational begins Nov. 27.
Mojica and Thompson honored with AMC awards, while three earn academic honors.
Davault honored for her work as libero, while three earn academic all-confernce honors.
"A Servant to Two Masters" opens Thursday in WBC's Old Chapel.
Classes will offered at Bradford High School.
Classic play to be presented Nov. 18 & 19.
Scholar will speak on the intersection of science and religion Nov. 4th.
Preview day provides information about Williams to prospective transfer students.
WBC moves into first tier of magazine's college rankings.
"Here's to Our Heroes! Reading Saves the Day!" is the theme of scholastic book fair Oct. 27-Nov. 1.
The Williams baseball team has put its fall baseball camp on the calendar for Dec. 4th.
Fall semester numbers are the highest in WBC's recent history.
New director to take over instrumental ensemble.
The public is again invited to Sunday lunch and other meals at Mabee-Gwinup Cafeteria.
Students and their families have been setting up dorm rooms for the new school year.
Coming off a 26-14 record last season, expectations are high for the Lady Eagles volleyball team.
The WBC cheerleaders have completed a three day NCA cheer camp.
Fall semester classes begin on Sept. 1, with a lot of activities leading up to that day.
The Eagle soccer and volleyball teams arrive for pre season practice.
Arkansas preservation grant of $44,000 awarded for Commandant's House.
Business students earn honors at the national convention of Phi Beta Lambda.
Chair of Williams science department to serve on board of ASIH.
Dr. Christopher Thompson honored at state meeting of music teachers.
Honor students listed for the spring 2010 semester.
Registration is August 10 for classes at Bradford High School.
Williams awards degrees to 75 graduates during ceremonies May 8.
Williams presents 2010 honor to Dr. Melvin York of Des Arc, Ark.
Camps for young basketball players attract a large group of participants.
Science department chair to serve as section editor of scientific publication.
Softball Eagles take a large share of American Midwest Conference honors.
Three staff members recognized for reaching milestones of service.
Annual baseball camp has over 50 participants.
Walnut Ridge church sponsors annual soccer camp on Williams campus starting June 21.
Athletes honored for exemplifying core character values.
Rev. Tommy Hinson presented doctor of divinity at WBC graduation ceremony.
Graduating seniors honored as outstanding representatives of WBC.
Shortstop from Pine Bluff gets conference nod.
Game-day atmosphere reaches new heights at AMC tournament series.
Publication lists 24 Williams students in its 2010 edition.
Over 75 degrees will be conferred at 2010 baccalaureate and commencement exercises.
Williams students join national college honor society.
Mu Phi Epsilon adds four Williams students to its ranks.
Williams art students recognized for their works this year.
Ten students are awarded by their academic departments.
Freshman softball player is NAIA's Pitcher of the Week.
Annual art exhibition features works completed by Williams students in 2009-10.
Marilyn Goodwin and Betty Gregory honored for years of service to the college.
WBC education program teams with Bank of Pocahontas of savings lessons.
Members of WBC's faculty and administration honored for reaching milestones of service.
Business students earn 20 awards at state Phi Beta Lambda competition.
Sophomore earns prestigious honor with weather agency.
Home page gives WBC a new look online and new user-friendly elements.
Sigma Beta Delta and Phi Beta Lambda moves announced.
The structure known as the Commandant's House at WBC has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
There is a whole new look on the Williams home page.
Lady Eagles sweep weekly conference honors in softball.
The WBC Theatre Department will close its season with George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion.
Dr. Chris Thompson chairs annual meeting of three-state organization.
Lana Rhoads of WBC's math faculty takes part in grant conference.
Five WBC students presented their works at the international convention of Sigma Tau Delta.
Registration will be April 6th for summer term classes offered through WBC at Bradford, Ark.
The annual book sale at Felix Goodson Library runs through May 7th.
Dr. Richard Hoover, a NASA microbiologist, will speak April 20 as part of the WBC Lecture/Concert Series.
Lindsay Kammerer of Conowingo, Md., has been crowned the 2010 Miss Williams Baptist College.
Two WBC baseball players turned a deep snow into an impressive ice structure.
The annual Mondy-Carroll Lecture in the sciences will be held Tuesday, featuring geophysicist Dr. Oliver Boyd.
Dr. Brad Baine, chair of the Williams Teacher Education Program, will make a presentation in March to an international convention.
WBC students, as well as faculty & staff, raise $1,500 for earthquake relief in Haiti.