Percussion rings throughout Akin

Captivating music from the drums, xylophones and timpani on stage filled the decorated halls of Akin Auditorium. Directed by Gordon Hicken, assistant professor of music-percussion, the performance also featured two numbers by the combined choirs, and 147 people attended the performance by the … [Read more...]

Global enrollment continues to grow thanks to university’s outreach program

The wall and shelves of Randy Glean, director of the Office of International Student Services, are filled with pictures of smiling students, the result of his 20 years spent bringing in students from 46 countries to the university. “I got to travel the world, see more than 3,000 students come … [Read more...]

Music students prepare for regional competition with recital at Akin

Akin Auditorium was silent, save for the voices of the five sopranos. All 23 pairs of eyes and ears trained on the performers at the National Association of Teachers of Singing student recital Nov. 5 at 3 p.m. To prepare for the 67th Texoma NATS Regional Conference and Student Auditions to be … [Read more...]

Art exhibit discussed privacy and surveillance

About 77 people walked through the dimly lit rooms of the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery at 7 p.m. on Oct. 20 at the opening reception for the exhibit by Hasan Elahi, conceptual artist. Each photo hung up was the product of a decade long project by Elahi, which centers around government surveillance and … [Read more...]

Spanish Club ‘more than just learning language’

Room 193 of Clark Student Center was alive with the laughter and chatter of members of the Spanish Club who held their second meeting at 7 p.m. on Oct. 12. A total of 13 of the club's 15 members attended and planned the events for rest of the semester. “We set up three projects so far, with the … [Read more...]

Conservation through art: ‘Landscapes from Maui’

The murmurs of hushed voices fade away, as the jungle and sand overtake the imagination. The peaceful beauty of the oil landscapes steal away from the reality of shuffling art enthusiasts discussing the "Landscapes from Maui," exhibit by Catherine Prose, professor of art.  About 22 people … [Read more...]

Fremaux exhibit explores nudism and human nature

Students, faculty and art enthusiasts all listened in silence, captivated by artist Ghislaine Fremaux, as she explained how the artwork that surrounded them explored the ever-shifting nature of the human body and society's concept of human beauty. About 70 people attended the opening for the … [Read more...]

Senior claims victory in pool tournament

The crowd went ecstatic as Jacob Contreras, accounting senior, sank the 8-ball and claimed victory at the pool tournament held at Clark Student Center on Jan. 27. Beginning at 4 p.m., 19 players engaged in a two-hour knockout tournament of 8-ball.“This was only my second time playing. The tourney … [Read more...]