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USAO Students Chosen for Seven-State Honor Choir

Published: Friday, December 21, 2007

CHICKASHA – Four student singers will represent Oklahoma’s public liberal arts college in February when the Southwestern American Choral Directors Association’s Collegiate Honor Choir performs in Kansas City. Elizabeth Sellers, Tana Ferguson, Scott Pitts and Matthew Pitts, music students at the University of Science and Arts, recently were selected to sing in the prestigious seven-state choir.

USAO Offers Weekly Evening Poetry Class to Public

Published: Friday, December 21, 2007

CHICKASHA – Calling all closet poets! The University of Science and Arts is offering a no-stress, weekly poetry writing class on Wednesday evenings beginning Jan. 9. The eight-week class is open to the community and all ages.

USAO Inducts 13 into Hypatia Honor Society

Published: Thursday, December 20, 2007

CHICKASHA – The University of Science and Arts recently added 13 students to the fold of Hypatia, the University’s 80-year-old prestigious honor society. The students were inducted during an awards luncheon attended by faculty and family members Nov. 29.

Arvest Backs USAO Student Leaders With $10,000 Gift

Published: Wednesday, December 19, 2007


CHICKASHA -- Merry Christmas, college student leaders! Arvest Bank, on behalf of the Walton Family Foundation, will help give student government a new home at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma with a $10,000 gift to help renovate a section of the third floor of the Student Center for new offices.

Seek Fresh Approaches, Take Risks,’ Moss Tells USAO Graduates

Published: Friday, December 7, 2007

CHICKASHA -- Facing a challenging world ahead, college graduates need to “seek fresh approaches, learn to take risks, and be open to innovation,” said the new leader of Creative Oklahoma, Dr. Phil Moss, when he addressed 84 graduates and their families on Friday night at the University of Science and Arts.

New graduates welcomed an audience of more than 850 for the fall commencement, which was televised locally.