USAO announces its intention to comply fully with Gov. Mary Fallin’s executive order that bans tobacco on state property beginning July 6.
Citing health and financial concerns for all members of the campus community, leaders at the University of Science and Arts said Thursday the school will comply fully with Gov. Mary Fallin’s executive order that bans tobacco on state property beginning July 6.
Dr. Stephen Kandeh (second from right), associate professor of sociology, will host an Africa Symposium on human rights beginning at 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 24 in the Davis Hall amphitheater at the University of Science and Arts. The symposium is one of several events celebrating Black History month at the university.
Two events featuring state leaders or experts in human rights from Langston University and Oklahoma State University, plus documentaries on the African American experience, will highlight Black History month at USAO.
CHICKASHA – The game may be the same. The colors may be the same. The players may even be the same. But the USAO softball team will be different this season.
“I think we’ll see a different kind of Drover softball team,” Head Coach Jennifer White said. “These girls are going to be more aggressive. They know how to play the game. I think we’re going to be more competitive.”
Rhenada Finch is a 2006 graduate of USAO. As a student, she played keyboard in the USAO Showband for four years and accompanied students in various performances and recitals. She has also worked as music director/accompanist for two Chickasha Community Theater productions, Ten Year Theatrical Review and Secret Garden. She had the privilege to work as music director/keyboardist for the world premier of Judylee Oliva’s production of Te Ata. Currently, Finch is staff accompanist for the USAO Music Department, teaches class piano and is acting as the festival coordinator for the Festival of Arts and Ideas. Previously she coordinated the Five B’s Festivals for USAO. Finch and her husband live on a farm outside of Lindsay.