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Jernigan Scholarship Seeks Forward-Thinking Students

Published: Tuesday, January 30, 2007

CHICKASHA – A scholarship fund named after long-time Chickasha resident and businesswoman Betty Baker Jernigan seeks thoughtful students who can express their ideas in writing at the University of Science and Arts. Good for two consecutive semesters, the scholarship application is due Feb. 15 in USAO’s Financial Aid office.

Drama Club Presents Ghostly Readers Theatre at USAO

Published: Thursday, January 25, 2007

CHICKASHA – There’s no such thing as a bad time for a ghost story, or at least that’s what the Drama Club believes at the University of Science and Arts. On Jan. 26, the club will stage a readers theatre presentation of “To Gillian on her 37th Birthday.”

The play, written by Michael Brady, tells the story of a man and daughter who are trying to cope with the death of their wife and mother. To help the husband move on, the ghost of his wife appears throughout the story.

Sophomore Review Shows off art Talent at USAO

Published: Thursday, January 25, 2007

CHICKASHA – Colorful paintings, introspective photographs and an array of interesting art currently hang in the Third Floor Art Gallery at the University of Science and Arts. It’s all part of the annual Exhibition of the Academic Review for art sophomores, and this year’s show is a big one.

USAO Announces Fall 2006 Honor Rolls

Published: Thursday, January 25, 2007

CHICKASHA – More than 275 students at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or greater during the fall 2006 semester and were named to the university’s honor rolls, USAO admissions officials have announced.

University records show 168 students were named to the USAO Honor Roll and 86 students were named to the Regents Honor Roll. Honor roll students represent seven countries and 13 states.

USAO Hosts Improv Workshop January 21

Published: Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Improvisational comedy class participants recently played out a vacation to Middle Earth complete with wizards, monsters and pointy-eared elves. Sponsored by the Chickasha Area Arts Council, instructor Collin Andrulonis taught the basics of theatrical improv to a full class last weekend at the USAO Davis Hall Little Theatre. The two-day workshop ended Jan. 21 with an improvisation performance for family and friends.

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