Heralding spring with bagpipes, Scottish-Highland dancing, and folksongs, the Concert Choir will present a unique musical experience March 30 at the University of Science and Arts.
The university’s Concert Choir will debut its annual Spring Concert with a Celtic flair at 7:30 p.m. in the Davis Hall Theatre. Under the direction of Dr. Jan Hanson, the choral arrangements will include Irish and Scottish tunes such as “A Celtic Suite,” “Go, Lassie, Go,” and “Celtic Lullaby.” Deborah Johnson will accompany the choir on piano.
Meteorologist Gary England joined a host of atmospheric scientists on March 9 when the latest advancement in radar technology was unveiled in Chickasha. Despite brisk winds and 40-degree temperatures, the ceremony drew nearly 100 people on the Owens Flag Plaza at the University of Science and Arts, a few steps from the tower where the first radar was installed later that day.
Faculty, staff and students,
This is your invitation to join President John Feaver at 9 a.m. Thursday morning at Owens Flag Plaza in the Campus Oval. Please help us welcome faculty and students from other universities participating in the research. Technically this is a press conference but it is open to the public as well. We are expecting OKC media to attend. -RT
The musical comedy “Pippin” opened last night to an enthusiastic audience at USAO. The show continues tonight – Friday, March 3 – at USAO’s Hall Theatre, through Sunday.
Performances of the USAO production are scheduled at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $5 for adults and $4 for senior citizens.
Sculptor Archie Held of Point Richmond, Calif., will be on campus today to present his work as the second of three artists under consideration in the USAO Public Art Project this spring.
Held’s brief presentation is scheduled at 11 a.m. today -- Thursday, March 2 -- in the Davis Hall Theater at USAO. Held will present his proposal for the public art sculpture to be erected in the Alumni Walk of Fame in front of the USAO Nash Library.