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  • Posted on: 08 April, 2010

    Two new scholarships will be presented Wednesday [APRIL 14] at the annual luncheon honoring outstanding students in the Department of Education, the Jack Paschall Scholarship and the Horace Mann Memorial Centennial Scholarship.

    The luncheon will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wagner Ballroom in the Memorial Student Union and is open to the public. To make reservations, call Freda Low at 559-5348.

  • Posted on: 08 April, 2010

    A spring arts festival Monday and Tuesday [APRIL 12-13] at East Central University will showcase all the fine arts programs with the annual Student Art Show and 24-hour Drama and Film Festivals. All activities will be in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center and are open to the public.

  • Posted on: 08 April, 2010

    Three educators who began their successful careers at East Central University will be inducted into the Gene and Evelyn Keefer Educators Hall of Fame at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday [APRIL 14] in ECU's Danley Hall atrium.

  • Posted on: 08 April, 2010

    The Rotaract club at East Central University will host its annual fund raiser Tuesday [APRIL 13] for victims of malaria and polio in Nigeria and India.

    Around the World with Rotaract will be held in the Bill S. Cole University Center from 6 to 8 p.m. All students, staff and faculty are invited to attend and to bring a community member with them.

  • Posted on: 07 April, 2010

    Author and historian Kira Gale will discuss the international and Native American politics of the Lewis and Clark Journey on Wednesday [APRIL 14] during East Central University's Academic Excellence Day.

    She will speak at 3 p.m. in the Estep Multimedia Center in the Bill S. Cole University Center.

  • Posted on: 07 April, 2010

    Open auditions will be held April 16 [FRIDAY] at East Central University for "Te Ata," a musical play based on the life of Mary Thompson "TeAta" Fisher, the famous Chickasaw storyteller and actress. Auditions will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Chalmers Herman Theatre.

  • Posted on: 07 April, 2010

    Too polite to check the gender of their baby, unprepared parents John and Helen make a decision. It's a girl, Helen says, and they name her Daisy. Problems arise, however, because Daisy actually is a boy who develops an identity crisis of the worst kind in an absurdist comedy that will be presented Thursday through Saturday [APRIL 8-10] at East Central University.

  • Posted on: 07 April, 2010

    Oklahoma City University's world-renowned Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management will bring high-energy, Broadway-style entertainment to Ada next month.

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