Talks help improve speaking skills

The rooms were all too similar. Chairs lined up in neat rows facing the front. A blank screen. A tiny, underpowered and outdated computer. And an often-nervous speaker, one of 43 groups doing oral presentations at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Forum in Clark Student Center April … [Read more...]

Field turf installations to be completed before fall semester

Two grass fields are being changed into field turf and will be completed before the beginning of the fall semester. For the past five years, these fields have been ideal for the university's sports and recreational use. From the "drought" the city has been in, to the space needed for more … [Read more...]

Poetry slam at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop March 17

The Writing Center staff will be hosting the first poetry slam of the year at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. on March 17 giving students and staff a chance to share different forms of poetry while enjoying food and each other’s company.These poetry nights have been held at least once or … [Read more...]

Flower art class a chance to have fun

The University Programming Board will host a flower art craft class on March 10, from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. in the Caddo room of the Clark Student Center, giving students an opportunity to learn something new while having fun."It's just a way to relax and have fun. We'll have a good group of people in the … [Read more...]

Theatre students to raise awareness about domestic abuse

Members of Alpha Psi Omega, a theater honor society, find ways to help the community through their fundraising events, including work with First Step, a non-profit organization and women’s shelter.With students and alumni performing a variety of roles, First Step is hosting a series of … [Read more...]