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  • Northwestern brings home several awards from SPJ

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University mass communication students and employees in the design and photography fields were recognized during the annual Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) ceremony last month in Tulsa.

  • Northwestern theatre students to present world premiere production

    The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Fine Arts Department will play host to a never-before performed production April 8-10 in Herod Hall Auditorium. “Blue-Haired Belles,” a script written by playwright and Woodward native Woody Leonard, will be directed by Sayre theatre major Charlie Burns for his senior performance. The play explores life in a small town in Oklahoma and will shed light on the lives of the ladies of Charlene’s Crispy Chick Café. The production will run at 7:30 p.m. on April 8 and 9, and 2 p.m. on April 10.

  • Theatre program to premiere production in spring

    Members of the Northwestern Oklahoma State University theatre program have been reading over the script of a new production they will debut in April. “The Blue Haired Belles of the Burger Bar” will be performed for the first time anywhere on the Herod Hall stage April 8-10.