CHICKASHA – Four singers from the University of Science and Arts recently received special acclaim when they were selected to perform with the All-Collegiate Honor Chorus in March.
USAO students Elizabeth Sellers, Danyele Oxford, Scott Pitts and Mark Schlasner were among 100 students chosen from Oklahoma colleges and universities to perform in the prestigious choir.
Dr. Jan Hanson, professor of music, said the students represent not only some of the best vocal talent of USAO, but the state in general.
CHICKASHA – What exactly is a monument? A structure built to honor an important historical figure? A statue? Steven Brown thinks of New Mexican saguaro cacti, New York skyscrapers and the landscapes that compose the very fabric of America itself. The photographer and professor at the University of Science and Arts recently was chosen by the Oklahoma Arts Council to display his original photographs in the State Capitol.
CHICKASHA – Worlds collide and international tension mounts when the drama department unveils “Two Rooms” at the University of Science and Arts. The spring semester production hits the Davis Hall Theatre stage Feb. 8-10 at 8 p.m.
CHICKASHA – A scholarship fund named after long-time Chickasha resident and businesswoman Betty Baker Jernigan seeks thoughtful students who can express their ideas in writing at the University of Science and Arts. Good for two consecutive semesters, the scholarship application is due Feb. 15 in USAO’s Financial Aid office.
CHICKASHA – There’s no such thing as a bad time for a ghost story, or at least that’s what the Drama Club believes at the University of Science and Arts. On Jan. 26, the club will stage a readers theatre presentation of “To Gillian on her 37th Birthday.”
The play, written by Michael Brady, tells the story of a man and daughter who are trying to cope with the death of their wife and mother. To help the husband move on, the ghost of his wife appears throughout the story.