September 2008

Nobel Peace Prize Winner to Address Public at USAO Oct. 30

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September-26-2008
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Nobel Peace Prize winner and humanitarian Jody Williams will be the featured speaker during the Ray and Mary Giles Symposium on Citizenship and Public Service on Oct. 30 at USAO. Her presentation is scheduled at 8 p.m. in the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium. Williams discusses how individuals can change the course of society and make a difference in the world. The event is free and open to the public.


You can help us outfit the Stevens Alumni House with essentials.

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September-24-2008


Drovers Sign Impact Forward

CHICKASHA – Head coach Jimmy Hampton has been reunited with a former player, and USAO signed one of the top offensive players in the state. Tulsa transfer Taylor Fain signed a letter of intent to play for the Drovers Thursday giving the team another young scoring threat.

Auditions set for December performance of The Nutcracker

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September-23-2008


LEE’S GARDEN AND MORGAN’S LANDSCAPES INSPIRE TWO ART EXHIBITS IN LAWTON

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September-08-2008
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Images from the fertile mind and garden of artist Cecil Lee comprise a new gallery exhibit at the Leslie Powell Gallery in Lawton. A formal opening is scheduled at 7 p.m. on Sept. 13. At the same time, a new exhibit of works by Chickasha’s Patti Morgan opens with a series of her landscapes in oil. Lee is director of the USAO Gallery in Chickasha.


USAO’S HUDDLESTON CHOSEN FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDY IN WALES

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September-02-2008


Rose Hill Historic Cemetery Tour Celebrates USAO Centennial

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September-02-2008


USAO Ranked a No. 1 Best Value Again

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September-02-2008
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Flanked by faculty members, USAO President John Feaver welcomes 229 freshman at a matriculation ceremony on Thursday. Classes began Aug. 25 at USAO during this, its centennial year.