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Members of the mariachi group pose.

Mariachi maestre to close performing arts season March 27

America’s premiere all-female mariachi band will bring dynamic voices and tight harmonies to the stage of Te Ata Memorial Auditorium to close the 14th season of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series (DWPAS).

Mariachi Rosas Divinas will perform in the Ballroom on March 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Dr. Michael Nealeigh and President John Feaver present McCasland executive director Barbara Braught with an award.

McCasland Foundation gift boosts library renovations

A major gift from an Oklahoma foundation will boost ongoing renovation efforts at Nash Library.

The McCasland Foundation gave $100,000 to the university’s Ready, Set, NOW Campaign dedicated to the library renovation project.

A collage of three pieces of artwork from the presenting artists.

Poetic art show celebrates exhibit with closing reception March 11

The Nesbitt Gallery will celebrate a unique art show featuring the work of three artists with a closing artists’ reception at 6 p.m. March 11.

The show and the reception are free and open to the public.

Two Voices: Painter and Poet features the work of three artists, Carolyn Faseler, Corazon Watkins and Betty Wood. The show opened Feb. 21.

A photo of three students engaging in volunteer work.

Day of volunteerism set for March 6

Students, staff and faculty at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will fan out across Chickasha on March 6 for a day of volunteerism as Drover Difference Day celebrates its fifth anniversary.

More than 175 students are signed up to participate in the annual day of service, working in conjunction with more than 15 Chickasha organizations.

A photo of art alumni Ali Crouch West and Jay Tracy

Art alumni return to offer career guidance

Alumni Ali Crouch West and Jay Tracy are scheduled to return to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on March 11 to speak to students about their art and their careers for the seventh annual Art Career Lecture Series.

The lecture series is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. in Room 124 of Davis Hall.

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