CHICKASHA – The Drover men continue to make history each year, coming in at the end of the regular season this year undefeated for the first time and take yet another Sooner Athletic Conference regular season title.
It is also the second time the Drovers (13-0-3, 7-0-1) have ended without suffering a conference loss.
The Drovers, still ranked third in the NAIA, will host eighth-seed Oklahoma City in the first round at noon Saturday.
Bobbie Jo Simpson (left), director of Sparks Residence Hall and admissions counselor, receives her Staff Achievement award from Jessica Jackson (right), sports information manager and the 2011-12 Employee of the Year.
Currently fulfilling two full-time positions on staff, Bobbie Jo Simpson was awarded the Regents Staff Achievement Award. Simpson was named honoree for the first quarter of the 2012-13 year at a meeting of the USAO Staff Association.
Three USAO alumni, Shane Harris (left), Michelle Skinner (center) and Steve Sanders (right) return to campus for a recital with current students as part of the Alumni Homecoming festivities this weekend. The recital begins at 4 p.m. in the Alumni Chapel.
A joint recital featuring alumni, students and the university chamber choir is scheduled for 4 p.m. on Saturday in the Alumni Chapel as part of the Alumni Homecoming festivities.
KAISER, a surreal but timely adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, runs at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 9 and 10 in the Davis Hall Little Theater. The show is free to USAO students, staff and faculty. Tickets are $10 at the door with a $5 discount for students. The play is appropriate for audience members over 13; younger audiences may be disturbed by nightmarish makeup and stylized violence.
During this hotly contested presidential election, fueled by a sluggish economy and a polarized electorate, Katie Davis, associate professor of theatre arts, feels like the time is right for some political commentary from long ago.
“I want to present a play that reminds audiences of the importance of the thinking voter - while giving them a theatrical experience that will surprise and delight them,” Davis says.