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  • Four Northwestern students win scholarship contest

    November 28,  -- This spring, four Northwestern Oklahoma State University students will receive scholarship assistance after participating in Scholarships Matter, a creative contest sponsored by the Northwestern Foundation. To enter the contest, students had to create and submit a video answering the question “What does being a Ranger mean to you?”

  • Loyd Stout endows Ranger baseball scholarship

    June 5, 2012  -- Loyd Stout (left) and Skeeter Bird, Northwestern Foundation CEO, complete plans for the Loyd Stout Baseball Scholarship at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.Northwestern Oklahoma State University students will once again benefit from the support of Loyd Stout, a former Northwestern baseball, basketball and football standout. Stout endowed the Loyd Stout Baseball Scholarship, which will provide financial assistance to Northwestern continuing students on the baseball team.

  • Northwestern business students honored; 23 inducted into honor society

    Besides announcing student scholarships, honors and recognition, 23 members recently were initiated into Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s business honor society Sigma Beta Delta, during the annual Division of Business awards ceremony. Two faculty members, Dr. Janet Cunningham, university president; and Dr. Jerry Gustafson, professor of business, along with 21 students were inducted at a recent ceremony.

  • Northwestern jazz ensemble to entertain at Enid's Applebee's April 22

    The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Jazz Ensemble is scheduled to entertain at Applebee's restaurant in Enid on April 22 in what the group hopes will become a monthly gig. The Jazz Ensemble will perform at “Northwestern Night at Applebee’s” from 8 to 10 p.m. as a fundraiser for scholarships in Northwestern’s music program.

  • Endowed scholarship unites couple's passions

    Sue (Hildreth) Fellers sat at the piano in a Cherokee nursing home, pressing the keys to bring memories and enjoyment to the residents in the form of hymns and ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s tunes.  What started as a room with only two sleeping ladies swelled to a roomful as Sue’s piano playing attracted others.  Soon, she noticed many in the room singing along, and Sue thought to herself, “Who will do this if we don’t have musicians.  It’s just not the same as pushing a button.”