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  • Posted on: 17 September, 2010

    A well-respected scholar on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy will speak Sept. 27 [MONDAY] at East Central University.

    Author Larry Hancock will discuss "Into the Abyss: The Murder of JFK: What We Know and What We Don't" at 6:30 p.m. in the Ataloa Theatre in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.

    The free presentation is sponsored by ECU's History and Native American Studies Department.

  • Posted on: 15 September, 2010

    Guess who's turning 1 year old?

    It's the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center which already has hosted nearly 60 events at East Central University since its grand opening was held Sept. 25, 2009.

  • Posted on: 15 September, 2010

    Dr. Brad Jessop, professor of art at East Central University, has been named the first director of ECU's new School of Fine Arts.

    With the opening of the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center a year ago and a new emphasis on the fine arts at ECU, the music, art and communications programs have been grouped into the new school which is part of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.

  • Posted on: 14 September, 2010

    Violinist Maureen O'Boyle and pianist Stuart Deaver will perform a concert at 7:30 p.m. Sunday [SEPT. 19] in the Ataloa Theatre in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.

    The concert, which is free and sponsored by ECU's Music Department, will follow the Motorcycle Art Expo earlier in the day at the fine arts center.

  • Posted on: 10 September, 2010

    A five-year $1.1 million federal grant has been awarded to East Central University to help students’ improve their academic achievement, stay in school and graduate.

  • Posted on: 10 September, 2010

    East Central University has a record enrollment this semester with 4,893 students, an increase of 6.3 percent over last fall.

    "This is the highest enrollment in our history," said ECU President John Hargrave. "This is good news for the university and the Ada area and good news for these students. It means more students are taking advantage of earning a college degree."

  • Posted on: 09 September, 2010

    Walter Echo-Hawk, a noted Native American lawyer, indigenous rights activist and author, will deliver the Julian J. Rothbaum Distinguished Lecture in Public Affairs Sept. 16 [THURSDAY] at East Central University.

    Echo-Hawk will discuss “In the Courts of the Conqueror: The Constitution and the American Indian” at 7 p.m. in the Ataloa Theatre in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.

  • Posted on: 09 September, 2010

    Free bike and tattoo contests, a motorcycle art exhibit and the opportunity to see pre-1916 motorcycles participating in the coast-to-coast Motorcycle Cannonball endurance run will be part of the Motorcycle Art Expo Sept. 18 and 19 [SATURDAY AND SUNDAY] at East Central University in Ada.

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