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‘Ceramic Showdown’ Sale Features Exotic Pottery

CHICKASHA – Zigzags, spiral patterns and smooth curves line the Davis Hall third floor art gallery in the form of ceramic sculptures currently on display at the University of Science and Arts. Through Oct. 13, a new art show exhibits colorful handmade vases, plates and cups swimming with a variety of patterns and textures. The pieces are being sold to the public to help support an artistic cause.

Campus Charities Seek Books, Women’s Clothing

CHICKASHA – Two college charities seeking donations for children and low-income women are calling on the community for support. Campus organizations Books for Tots and the Feminist Collective are seeking donations of children’s books and women’s clothing, respectively.

USAO Welcomes Nine New Faculty Members

CHICKASHA – Oklahoma’s only public liberal arts university is taking advantage of new state funding and an internal strategic roadmap by bolstering its fall semester with nine new faculty members.

Enrollment Up 4.3 Percent at USAO; Financial Aid Grows to $8.2 Million

Fall enrollment is up by 4.3 percent at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, which welcomed students from 26 states, 12 countries and 52 Oklahoma counties this fall, said USAO President John Feaver on Tuesday.

In its regular monthly meeting, the USAO Board of Regents welcomed new member Jack Mildren, authorized the renaming of the Main Auditorium, heard a report on financial aid trends, approved an alumni plan to renovate and occupy the Home Management House, and agreed to purchase property south of the campus.

USAO Announces Summer 2006 Honor Rolls

CHICKASHA – Nearly 300 students at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or greater during the summer 2006 semester and were named to the university’s honor rolls, USAO admissions officials have announced.

University records show 220 students were named to the USAO Honor Roll and 55 students were named to the Regents Honor Roll. Honor roll students represent five countries and 20 states.

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