Theater provides free entertainment for students

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief If tickets to “Wicked” at the Civic Center Music Hall are out of your budget, yet you have a thirst for theatrical entertainment, RSC’s Student Theatre performance of “The Giver” may be just what you need. All students of the college and senior citizens can attend free of charge. Eric […]

8th Annual Vets Fest 2013

A part for Veterans, Active Duty, Guard, Reserves, and those who wish to honor them!  

10-minute plays short and sweet

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor On April 18, “Short and Sweet: A Ten Minute Play festival” opened at the H.B. Atkinson Theatre for a four-night run. Although it was free to attend, as it is for all students and seniors, it would have been well worth the cost of admission, plus some. Six plays, written, […]

AIA welcomes community members to traditional dance

  Submitted by Alan Neitzel, AIA   The Second Annual Contest Powwow will be held at 2 p.m. April 13 in the Student Center and is open to the campus. Organizers are hoping to replicate the success of last year’s powwow that saw dancers from around the state and actors Eddie and Michael Spears. The […]

Festival of Modern Music seeks participants

Jennifer Byrd News Editor The third annual Festival of Modern Music will be held May 2 – 3 in the amphitheater next to the Performing Arts Theatre. Participation is free and open to all students, faculty, staff and alumni from any Oklahoma institution of higher education.  Performances range between 30 and 60 minutes, with 15 […]

Improv group thinking on their feet…

Bryan Mangieri Reporter  With only two members (theatre majors John Morgan and Timothy Williford), the Improv Group, forged ahead during its first meeting Feb. 17. Doing it for the love When he lived in Washington D.C., Morgan played a part in George Mason University’s improv team. Upon arriving in Oklahoma, he found he had lost […]

Hollywood breaks new ground with “Cloud Atlas”

Chelsea Ratterman Editor In Chief Remember when the prediction was Oscar season would bring smarter movies? Perhaps Hollywood has outdone itself this time. “Cloud Atlas” is the most recent ground-breaking film from an industry that hasn’t done a lot of ground-breaking lately. Perhaps it is the deep thought required to understand the meaning of it, […]

“Looper” send audiences for a wild ride

Chelsea Ratterman Editor in Chief “Looper” raced into the box office for the Sept.28 weekend among high expectations, bringing a new take on the sci-fi, time travel genre. The movie stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Joe, whose job is to kill those sent back from the future. In 2044, time travel has not been invented, but […]

Global Oklahoma Preview

Global Oklahoma featuring Haiti will occur on October 6 in the campus mall! Check out the video for a preview of foods and entertainment available the day of the event!  

Check in for a spooky fun time at the “Hotel Transylvania”

Chelsea Ratterman Editor in Chief “Hotel Transylvania” opened on Sept. 28 just in time to kick off October for the kids. The movie follows Count Dracula (Adam Sandler with an over-the-top Transylvanian accent) as he plans his daughter Mavis’ (Selena Gomez) 118th birthday within the Hotel Transylvania, which was built as a haven for monsters […]