SHAWNEE, Okla. – In a nail biter in the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament, the fourth-seeded Drovers came out on top of fifth-seeded Lubbock Christian 66-63 at Oklahoma Baptist’s Noble Complex in Shawnee.
“It was a good win. I knew it would be a tough game,” Head Coach Brisco McPherson said. “We did enough to pull it out, and we’ll play tomorrow and see how that goes.”
Matt Watson (left), a 2012 graduate from Tuttle, Dusty Barrett (right), a senior mathematics major from Godley, Texas, help clear yard waste for homebound patients of Ross Home Health as part of Drover Difference Day in 2012. The day of volunteerism is entering its third year with a new round of projects on March 1.
Students, staff and faculty left the dorms and classrooms and headed into the community to make Chickasha a better place to live as Drover Difference Day entered its third year at the University of Science and Arts.
Dr. Sandra Mayfield (left), Lyle Novinski (center) and Dr. Michael Thompson will join keynote speaker Dr. Elaine Pagels for a panel discussion on the relationship between Christianity and art as part of the 2013. Emerson-Wier Liberal Arts Symposium. The panel is scheduled to convene at 2 p.m. in the USAO Ballroom on March 7
Since early humans first began to capture their impressions of the world around them in charcoal on the walls of caves, the urge to create art has been bound up in religious and spiritual impulses.
Though modern art addresses secular interests more than in times past, the history of art — whether painting, literature, poetry or music — has been woven into the history of religion.
Four scholars will come together for a panel discussion about the role of Christianity in history and art beginning at 2 p.m. on March 7 in the USAO Ballroom as part of the 7th Annual Emerson-Wier Liberal Arts Symposium at the University of Science and Arts.
SHAWNEE, Okla. – Despite a season-high performance by one player and 22 points by another, the Drovers couldn’t overcome Mid-America Christian in the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament and fell 69-64.
“I thought our second half effort was much better. I thought we came out fairly sluggish in the first half,” Head Coach Jennifer Hayden said. “We had difficulty connecting from the three-point line, and that’s a big part of our game.”
This drawing by Diego Quirnino of Altus High School took home the Best of Show honors during the 2012 Montmartre Chalk Art Competition at USAO. The 2013 festival is being held, along with a statewide curriculum contest, acting competition and the Droverstock all-day music festival on April 4.
Oklahoma artists are invited to participate in the annual Montmartre judged sidewalk chalk art festival on the campus of the University of Science and Arts in Chickasha on April 4.