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  • 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.

  • Posted on: 05 April, 2010

    Dr. Arlie Daniel, professor of communication at East Central University and an Adolph Linscheid distinguished teaching professor, will be inducted into the Central States Communication Hall of Fame April 16 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

  • Posted on: 01 April, 2010

    Josh Eaker was saving up $8,000 to go to school to become a professional hunting guide in Wyoming, New Mexico and Colorado. He had quit his job as a welder before deer hunting season began last year so he could start hunting full time.

    "In the Marines," he said, "I was the point man. I took everybody everywhere."


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