Alumni Paul Mays and Bobby Marsee are scheduled to return to the University of Science and Arts on March 2 to speak to students about their art and their careers for the 4th annual Career Lecture Series.
In a time when Facebook users can be thought of as citizens of the third-largest country in the world and political revolutions are driven by 140-character “tweets,” the role of social networks and social media have become issues of vital importance.
If Caitlin Scheppke has anything to say about it, the next time we all sit down to eat, we’ll take a moment to ask, “What exactly am I putting into my body?”
Scheppke, an English major from Blanchard and wellness advocate, is scheduled to share her experiences with the clean eating lifestyle at noon on Feb. 21 in Station 82, located on the bottom floor of the Student Center on the campus of the University of Science and Arts.
Two events featuring state leaders or experts in human rights from Langston University and Oklahoma State University, plus documentaries on the African American experience, will highlight Black History month at USAO.
The bi-annual Festival of Arts and Ideas kicks off at 7:30 p.m. on Monday in the USAO Ballroom on the second floor of the Student Center. This season’s festival, focused on a theme of Contemplating Beauty will feature presentations, performances and demonstrations from USAO faculty, staff and students addressing the topic through a variety of disciplines.
An adult is accused of violating a child’s innocence while hidden behind the veil of authority.
It is a story that is echoed too often in the news whether the alleged perpetrator is a pop star, a religious figure or the coach of a celebrated athletics program. With the urgency of protecting children also comes great responsibility. Once the accusation of such a vile crime is made, it can never be taken back.
When the safety of a child is at stake, is there room for doubt?
More than 240 students at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or greater during the fall 2011 trimester and were named to the university’s honor rolls, USAO records officials have announced.