Faculty panel to discuss practice of liberal arts education

A panel of seven professors, one from each college, will come together for a discussion titled Implementing a Liberal Arts Education; Moving from concept to practice, in Legacy Hall on Jan. 26 at 7 p.m.Todd Giles, assistant professor of English and panel moderator, said, "As an institution, we … [Read more...]

Youth Symphony concert Nov.15

The Wichita Falls Youth Symphony Orchestra will play in Akin Auditorium on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 3 p.m., under the direction of Susan Harvey, music department chair, and Gina Menden, director for the string orchestra. The Youth Symphony Orchestra will play music by Coldplay, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Verdi … [Read more...]

Fun in Wichita Falls: Symphony to meld music and acrobatic performances

The Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra will open its first concert of the season with Cirque de la Symphonie, on Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. at the Wichita Falls Memorial Auditorium on 7th and Broad. "Cirque de la Symphonie will meld together music and acrobatic performances, as well as aerial flyers, … [Read more...]

Engage in Earth Day

Our view: Between an environmental philosophy course set to begin next spring and environmentally focused lectures and panel discussions, some professors are working to make conservation a priority in the community. Now it’s up to students to participate and finish the job. While the Earth Day … [Read more...]

English professor gives banned-book talk to more than 70

Near the rare book collection in the Moffett library more than 70 people attended a lecture Thursday Sept. 25 presented by Todd Giles, assistant professor of English, titled "Books are better for banning and burning than page turning." Giles said he only expected 20 to 30 people to attend. … [Read more...]