Children who need academic or athletic challenges this summer can find them at the University of Science and Arts. Among the summer activities being offered on campus are sports camps, Artscope, a reading program and swimming lessons.
CHICKASHA – One of America’s most beloved Native storytellers comes to life Aug. 5-13 in a unique theatrical production designed to challenge and inspire through the life story of an amazing Oklahoman. Tickets are on sale now for this joint production featuring nationally known actors.
Chickasaw storyteller Te Ata Fisher (1895-1995) is one of Oklahoma’s most recognized historic figures. Her story is one of perseverance, deliverance and poetic resolve, says playwright JudyLee Oliva of Albuquerque.
CHICKASHA – Performing and visual arts fans from across the nation gathered in Chickasha last weekend for one of Oklahoma’s first official centennial events. More than 1,500 spectators from 30 states attended Saturday and Sunday’s performances of the “Te Ata” world premiere and its accompanying Native American Women art exhibit at the University of Science and Arts.DeLanna Studi as Te Ata
Memorial services are scheduled at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 3, for devoted career educator Malyne L. Hilburn of Chickasha, a member of the University of Science and Arts Board of Regents.
Hilburn, 78, will be remembered by family, friends and members of the USAO campus family in a memorial service on Saturday in the Ferguson Funeral Home Chapel, 804 Utah Street, with Rev. McCarroll officiating.
For Rex Moore, research subjects come in small packages … with wings. The biology senior at the University of Science and Arts recently won an award at the State Capitol for his research and presentation of Oklahoma’s moths. The annual Research Day at the Capitol pit undergraduate students from around the state against each other using posters and presentations as the choice media.