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USAO Hosts Public Africa Symposium March 27

Published: Wednesday, March 19, 2008

CHICKASHA -- While many eyes are on the U.S. economy, a handful of scholars, researchers and faculty are planning an event that puts the focus on someplace halfway across the globe: Africa. USAO's Symposium on Africa explores the economy, politics and global impact of the continent March 27 at the University of Science and Arts.

USAO Choir Concert Features Folk, Pop Music March 27

Published: Tuesday, March 18, 2008

CHICKASHA -- Traditional spirituals, folk songs and pop selections weave the repertoire for the Concert Choir's spring concert March 27 at the University of Science and Arts.

Shakespeare Preferred Beauty Marks, Says Greenblatt

Published: Tuesday, March 18, 2008

CHICKASHA -- What would William Shakespeare find beautiful? Physical marks of distinction, said Dr. Stephen Greenblatt, Shakespeare scholar and literary critic. The Pulitzer prize finalist and New York Times bestselling author of " Will in the World" addressed an audience of approximately 350 at the University of Science and Arts earlier this month.

USAO Drama Department Opens Auditions to Public

Published: Monday, March 17, 2008

CHICKASHA -- Community actors of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to audition for student-directed one-act plays this spring at the University of Science and Arts.

USAO Offers Summer Reading Program to Local Students

Published: Monday, March 17, 2008

Students in need of reading assistance need to look no further than USAO. In conjunction with a senior-level assessment course, the University of Science and Arts is offering reading tutoring to local students this summer. Students who have completed kindergarten through seventh grade are eligible for the free service.

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