October 2012

Dylan Nagode Senior Recital

Musician Dylan Nagode will present his senior recital beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 6 in the USAO Alumni Chapel. A multi-instrumentalist from Blanchard, Nagode will be performing pieces by Fernando Carulli and Charles Mingus as well as original compositions on classical and electric guitar. The recital will feature a presentation about Indian classical music and a performance on the sitar. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 574-1293.

11/06/2012 - 7:00pm

Adam Bryant: Senior Recital

Composer Adam Bryant presents his senior recital beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 12 in the USAO Alumni Chapel. Bryant, a native of Tuttle, will debut 15 original compositions for a variety of instruments including solo piano, guitar and choir. Guest performers include Jessie Moore, Emily Harrison, the USAO Chamber Choir and Dr. Stephen Weber among others. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 574-1293.

11/12/2012 - 7:30pm

Family Weekend

Student Center Lobby, Station 82, Drover's Den

11/10/2012 - 8:00am

Sansford named Co-Player of the Week

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sports image: Perry Sansford

CHICKASHA – After scoring all three goals in a comeback overtime win over Oklahoma City, Perry Sansford was named Co-Offensive Player of the Week for the Sooner Athletic Conference.

While he is sharing the honor with Roger State’s Necas Collins, Sansford will be the conference’s nominee for the National Player of the Week.

On Friday night at OCU, the Drovers were down 2-0 in the second half when Sansford scored three unanswered goals, the final one in the 97th minute in overtime, to give the Drovers the win.

J.O. and Thelma Ball Wood Scholarship

Thelma Wood graduated from the Oklahoma College for Women in 1926 with a major in Home Economics and minors in art and chemistry.  Wood also attended the OCW Prep School from 1918-1922.

While Wood was a student at OCW, she served as editor of the Argus, was the vice president of her senior class and was a member of the Art Club, UWCA Cabinet and the Home Economics organization.

Dr. Loyce J. Willett Scholarship

Considered an expert in physical education, Dr. Loyce Willett, a 1954 OCW graduate, had more than 30 years teaching experience in the field. 

She received her bachelor’s degree in physical education at OCW, her master’s degree in physical education at Mills College and her doctorate in curriculum and supervision from the University of Oklahoma. 

Nance Foules Wier Scholarship

Nance Foules Wier is a 1945 Oklahoma College for Women graduate who wanted to honor her alma mater by establishing a scholarship.

Mary Frances Willis West Scholarship

A member of the class of 1946, Mary Frances Willis West was a piano major.  She was first taught by Betty Malone and later by Helen Collar.  She accompanied string instruments majors, including Maxine Campbell and Leota Rankin.

Fred Voight Award for Excellence in Science

Established by his daughter Dr. Virginia Roeder Wenger, the scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior who is outstanding in science.

The Fred Voight Award for Excellence in Science was established by Dr. Wenger in memory of her late father, a Grady County pioneer from Tuttle. 

Adda Mitchell Voigt Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to a student majoring in elementary education -- preferably someone who grew up on a working farm.

Dr. Virginia Roeder Wenger, daughter of Adda Mitchell Voight, established this scholarship honoring her mother.  Dr. Wenger graduated from OCW in 1946