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  • Posted on: 19 April, 2012

    The East Central University Jazz Ensemble will perform at 7:30 p.m. April 24 [TUESDAY] in the Kennedy Band Hall in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center. Admission is free. The ensemble will open with “Doxy” by Sonny Rollins /Mark Taylor, featuring Erin Goto, alto sax; Kane Berry, tenor sax; Nathan Enns, trumpet; and Jessika Robertson, trombone.

  • Posted on: 19 April, 2012

    Alan Marcum, executive vice president for administration at Devon Energy, will be one of the executives advising high school students selected for a one-of-a-kind Oklahoma Business Week summer camp July 8-13 at ECU in Ada. Marcum is a graduate of ECU.

  • Posted on: 19 April, 2012

    Advice on how to negotiate the job market, prepare for interviews and get hired will be offered Wednesday [APRIL 25] at East Central University.

    Wendell Godwin, dean of ECU’s School of Business, will conduct a free seminar from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for students and community members seeking either full-time or part-time employment. The seminar will be held in the Estep Multimedia Center in the Bill Cole University Center.

  • Posted on: 18 April, 2012

    A Recycled Fashion Show has been added to the activities at the Oklahoma Green Expo Saturday [APRIL 20-21] at the Agriplex.

    Fourteen East Central University students in an intermediate construction techniques class will model recycled fashions at 1 p.m. on the stage at the Agriplex.

  • Posted on: 18 April, 2012

    The East Central University Singers will perform portions of Franz Schubert’s Mass in E flat (No. 6), and the select University Chorale will perform selections from its spring tour at 7:30 p.m. Monday [APRIL 23] in a concert at St. Joseph Catholic Church.

    Dr. Steven Walker, professor of music, will direct both groups in the free concert.

    Donations will be accepted, however, to help support a special tour next year for the University Chorale which has an opportunity to perform in Washington, D.C. Checks should payable to “University Chorale.”

  • Posted on: 18 April, 2012
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  • Posted on: 17 April, 2012
    photo of the play Lysistrata

    The rival Greek city states of Athens and Sparta have been fighting each other for two decades. The men go off to battle, leaving lonely wives and children at home and young women with little opportunity to find husbands. No peace is in sight until one woman comes up with a simple plan she knows will work.

    “The women of Greece, led by Lysistrata, are tired of the Peloponnesian War and decide to withhold sex from their men until they negotiate peace,” said Dr. Richard Groetzinger, director of theatre at East Central University.

    “They succeed,” he said with a smile.

  • Posted on: 16 April, 2012

    The culture and traditions of African and Caribbean nations will be celebrated from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday [APRIL 20] during an African and Caribbean Fusion Night hosted by East Central University students who are from those countries.

    Food, music, dances, storytelling, a fashion show and a silent auction will be included during the evening at the Trinity Baptist Church Hall, 123 N. Mississippi. Students also will have PowerPoint presentations about their native countries.

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