CHICKASHA – Chickasha’s premier performing arts series kicks off Sept. 18 with a house-stompin’ evening of fiddles, banjo and more when the Byron Berline Band takes the stage at the University of Science and Arts.
CHICKASHA – While many artists would see a physical impairment as a disability, Tim Sullivan exploits it: he’s dyslexic. Beginning Aug. 29, the international exhibitor and award-winning artist will display his original prints and ceramics at the University of Science and Arts.
CHICKASHA – When Joe Settlemires signed on to play at a tribute concert this summer, he didn’t just salute one of jazz guitar’s greatest musicians; he performed alongside some of the greatest jazz guitarists to date.
At the annual Charlie Christian International Jazz Festival in Oklahoma City this June, Settlemires opened for the jazz quintet The Yellowjackets, members of which he played with 30-40 years ago.
CHICKASHA –The end of Freshman Orientation brings the beginning of a new school year at the University of Science and Arts. Fall classes begin Aug. 27 at Oklahoma’s public liberal arts college. Enrollment continues through Aug. 31.
USAO’s Marcie Price, graphic designer, stars in the leading role of Shelby in the Chickasha Community Theatre production of “Steel Magnolias” this weekend. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. tonight and Saturday in the Davis Hall Theatre, with a matinee Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets at the door are $8 for adults and $5 for students 18 and under. From left are Kristy Jarnagin, Christy Clift, Frances Redding, Marcie Price, Sachelle Story and Susan FaGalde.
CHICKASHA – Moving to the top of the exclusive “Great Schools, Great Prices” list in U.S.News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges guide, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma takes the No. 1 spot among all baccalaureate colleges in the western United States ranked for both academic quality and reasonable cost.
CHICKASHA -- A new museum exhibit will be unveiled Aug. 27 that colorfully tells the story of 10 women whose common experience at the Oklahoma College for Women helped them to change their world. Lt. Gov. Jari Askins will introduce the exhibition at the new Oklahoma History Center, northeast of the State Capitol.
BERGEN, N.J. – A uniquely visionary woman who managed a full-time career but also found time and energy to garden, quilt, travel the world and invest heavily in the lives of her grandchildren, has made an investment in the lives of students for generations to come at the University of Science and Arts.