Dr. Stephen Kandeh hosts a symposium at USAO examining Oklahoma's impact on Africa this Friday.
Representatives from 10 different nonprofit organizations are scheduled to speak this Friday as part of a symposium on Africa hosted by the University of Science and Arts. The symposium is being held in Station 82, in the bottom floor of the Student Center, beginning at 1 p.m.
Representatives for the USAO Ambassadors deliver food and other goods to Southern Oaks Church of Christ foodbank. They are (from left to right) Alicia Spain, Holly Howard, Kellee "Glittery Heels" Johnson, Marcie Price and Jillian Caldwell. The first annual Turkey Classic basketball game raised more than $1,400 and collected nearly 1,000 non-perishable items for donation to local food banks.
The USAO Fieldhouse was recently the site of an epic generational struggle as two basketball teams took to the court to raise money and donations for local food banks and charities. The first annual Turkey Classic pitted university faculty and staff against students to answer the classic question of whether experience or youth would prevail.
Join Maestro Yuval Waldman from New York City for another Holiday Concert Under the Dome. This time, he's joined by the terrific concert choir and trombone choir from Northwest Classen High School, directed by USAO Alums Rheuben Green and Chris Lehew.
Waldman will conduct and perform the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla and Concerto in E major by Johann Sebastian Bach. He will be accompanied by a string quartet of his own selection.
The USAO Vocal Jazz Ensemble engages in a moment of whimsy as they continue preparations for their upcoming concert/banquet in the USAO ballroom on Dec. 3. Tickets are $25 for non-students and $15 for students. The general public is invited with special seating for the non-dining audience provided.
The USAO Vocal Jazz ensemble is busy putting the final touches on its yearly concert and banquet scheduled for Dec. 3 in the ballroom at the University of Science and Arts.
The ensemble will be serving up a buffet of its own, mixing jazz standards with pop classics and topped with a garnish of holiday music. Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. with the concert starting shortly after.