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First Cowgirl, Ann Hargis, addresses the Cowboy Family with a note on living healthy, which includes enjoying the arts and sustainability efforts.
If you've been on Oklahoma State University’s campus recently, you’ve probably noticed the new bronze sculptures outside various buildings. The sculptures, by internationally recognized artist Bill Barrett, arrived in June 2017 for a yearlong stay.
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, Lorrie Reed Parker served as a judge for the men's team event. Hannah Miller managed the social media content and efforts for the @TeamUSA social media properties, reaching over 9 million fans.
The McKnight Center’s inaugural Chamber Music Festival left an everlasting impression on all who attended.
As part of a service learning project, Oklahoma State University interior design students created renovation plans for Stillwater’s Town and Gown Theater. Design work from the 24 students in Design, Housing and Merchandising professor Paulette Hebert’s Environmental Design Studio course is on display through the end of May in Town and Gown’s Wagner Gallery.
The Oklahoma 4-H Foundation has established a fund to which people can donate in an effort to help 4-H families affected by the wildfires.
The Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music Concert Chorale, University Singers, Wind Ensemble will join guest and faculty vocalists to perform music from some of the greatest composers of all time on Sunday, April 22, at 2:30 p.m. during the President’s Masterworks Concert in the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall.
The OSU Department of Theatre brings Broadway to your backyard with the Tony Award-winning musical “She Loves Me,” set for April 26-28 in the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts.
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art Advocates will be celebrating famous American artists during a Masterpiece Moments event Saturday, April 28, at the Wes Watkins Center.
When Shelby Counterman was just a toddler, she asked her parents if she could have a pet. While they may have been thinking she wanted the traditional cat, dog or even a guinea pig, Shelby had an entirely different type of pet in mind.
Emily Roberts, an assistant professor in the Department of Design, Housing and Merchandising, was recognized as a DaVinci Fellow for the second consecutive year.
For the fourth consecutive year, Oklahoma State University is hosting a Summer Art Academy for students between the ages of 13 and 18.
Freelance performer, composer and arranger Matthew Murchison will be the featured guest artist for a concert set for Wednesday, April 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the living room of Willard Hall at Oklahoma State University.
Oklahoma State University students are invited to experience live music, art galleries, studios, restaurants and retailers during the first-ever Final Friday Art Crawl starting at 5 p.m. Friday, March 30, in downtown Stillwater.
Pittsburg County 4-H'er overcomes adversity to win national award.
The Oklahoma State University School of Hospitality and Tourism Management in the College of Human Sciences will hold the inaugural Craft Beer Forum of Oklahoma on Saturday, April 7, 2018. This educational event is open to the public with a range of ticket options.
Two College of Education, Health and Aviation students were recently presented the Geraldine Burns Award for Excellence in English Studies.
Faculty from the Oklahoma State University Music Department will present a free Faculty Chamber Music Recital, featuring classical compositions by Mendelssohn and Loeffler, on Tuesday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sheerar Museum auditorium.
"As for my students, I hope that by encouraging them to draw things that make them happy, or to write kind words, they will find it second nature to lead with kindness. Also, maybe in someone way when they see me wearing it and how proud I am of the work they’ve done, they will take pride in being kind and the work they’ve done."
The Oklahoma State University Opera Theatre will present “The Pirates of Penzance” with comic performances that are sure to be crowd pleasers on Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the concert hall of the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts.
Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis will join the OSU Jazz Orchestra on the piano for a cameo performance at a concert that will also feature the OSU Jazz Ensemble and an after-party celebrating the jazz orchestra’s first commercially-released album, “Solid Gold,” on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Seretean Center Concert Hall.
The Doel Reed Center for the Arts is offering Oklahoma State University students a unique opportunity to experience one of the three credit courses offered this summer in Taos, New Mexico.
The OSU Department of Theatre is driven by a vision for the community as it presents the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “How I Learned to Drive,” by Paula Vogel, Feb. 22-24 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 25 at 2:30 p.m. in the Vivia Locke Theatre at the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts. For this production, the theatre department has collaborated with Payne County Youth Services to provide support for the youth in the community.
Nancy Randolph Davis, the first African-American student at Oklahoma State University and a graduate of the College of Human Sciences is among the four new members set to be inducted to the prestigious OSU Hall of Fame.