CHICKASHA – Coming in as a freshman at the height of the program, Ryah Vyse is excited to continue the women’s soccer success this year.
“For the team, I’d love to get to nationals like they did last year,” she said. “I’ve heard so many stories of it being a great experience and stuff. It would be good for the team, and it shows our hard work has paid off.”
While the season started off rough, the Drovers have won their last seven games, including their first two conference games.
Four USAO music alumni return to campus for the first Music Career Day, designed to give students practical advice on building a career as a musician. Pictured are (left to right) Rheuben Green, Valerie Yocum and Steven Sanders. Not pictured is Marie Sanders.
Music students will benefit from the experience of their predecessors as four alumni return for the first Music Career Day scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 11 in Room 124 of Davis Hall.
“Route 3 Bus,” an acrylic painting, will be one of more than two dozen works on display when the Nesbitt Gallery opens its second show of the season, Paintings by Paul Walsh. Walsh, a resident of Roff, will be in attendance for an artist’s reception beginning at 7 p.m. on Oct. 13 at the gallery.
Every Oklahoma landscape presents an opportunity for artist Paul Walsh to create a new painting.
“Oklahoma is the perfect theater for acting out my visual play,” Walsh writes about his work. “Our open prairies with its valleys and the sky gives it all scale and opens up before our eyes and encourages us to just enjoy.”
The Nesbitt Gallery opens the second show of its 2012-13 season with an exhibition of Walsh’s paintings with an artist’s reception beginning at 7 p.m. on Oct. 13.