Posted on: 25 April, 2008
Student conductors will be featured in the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble Concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday [APRIL 29] in East Central University's Dorothy Summers Theatre.
Posted on: 24 April, 2008
An Instrumental Ensembles Concert in the Park will be presented Sunday [APRIL 27] at Wintersmith Park. East Central University's Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone and Brass Ensembles will perform by the lake behind Wintersmith Lodge at 3 p.m.
The program will include music ranging from a John Phillip Sousa march to works by Debussy, Scott Joplin, Rimsky-Korsakov, Duke Ellington and George Gershwin.
Posted on: 24 April, 2008
Two area 5th grade teachers, participants in the Teaching American History Grant projects coordinated by the Center for Advancement of American History at East Central University, made presentations at the National Council for History Education's annual conference April 3 in Louisville.
Posted on: 22 April, 2008
Faculty members in East Central University's Sociology and Psychology Departments will lead a panel discussion on "Fate or Free Will: Why Do We Do What We Do?" on April 30 [WEDNESDAY] in ECU's Estep Multimedia Center in the University Center.
Members of Psi Chi national honor society in psychology will host the discussion from 2:30 to 4 p.m. It is open to the public.
Posted on: 21 April, 2008
Collage, East Central University's dance ensemble, and students in ECU's dance program will present a spring concert Thursday and Friday [APRIL 24-25] in the Dorothy Summers Theatre. Both concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m. and are open to the public at no charge.
Posted on: 18 April, 2008
For the first time since 1982, two students will receive the prestigious George Nigh Award which is presented annually to East Central University's top senior.
James E. Brown III of Cushing and Aradhna Pillai of Nadi, Fiji, each will receive the $500 award Tuesday [APRIL 22] from former Gov. George Nigh at a luncheon in the South Dining Hall of Taff Cafeteria in ECU's Memorial Student Union.
Posted on: 17 April, 2008
A new musical setting by Ada composers Victoria Davison and Rudy Lupinski of a 9th century text used mainly in Catholic Holy Thursday services will be premiered Monday [APRIL 21] by the East Central University Chorale.
"Ubi Caritas Et Amor," which means "where charity and love are, God is there," will be performed in a concert of the University Chorale, University Chorus and ECU's Woodwind Ensembles at 7:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Posted on: 16 April, 2008
The southern Oklahoma premiere of the "The Unforeseen," an independent documentary about water resource and development, will cap the activities of the fifth annual Water Festival/Ada Earthday event Tuesday [APRIL 22] at East Central University.