Bisonettes, University Chorale to Perform at UBC Nov. 15
October 30, 2003—The Bisonettes and University Chorale of Oklahoma Baptist University will present an evening of choral classics, written by composers from around the world, in a performance at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 15, at University Baptist Church in Shawnee.
Dr. Bonnie Borshay Sneed, the newly appointed associate
Homecoming Set for Nov. 7-8
October 30, 2003—About 2,000 people are expected to participate in "Back to the Hill," Oklahoma Baptist University's 83rd annual Homecoming celebration Nov. 7-8.
A mix of new and traditional events is on the schedule for this year. "This year's celebration will be a blend of the traditional Homecoming events,
OBU Musicians to Perform Riley Work Nov. 17
October 29, 2003—On Monday, November 17, the Oklahoma Baptist University Division of Music community will join together for a performance of Terry Riley's 1964 work, "In C," at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 17 in Yarborough Auditorium.
An example of minimalistic composition, "In C" is scored for any number of
2003 M&M's Concert Marks End of an Era Oct. 24
October 16, 2003—The 20th M & M's Pops Concert will feature three former Oklahoma Baptist University music faculty and also serve as the retirement concert for long time Master of Ceremonies William James (Jim) Brown.
The popular concert will highlight the talents of the OBU Symphonic Band under the direction
SOLD OUT: Pirates of Penzance Tickets Gone
October 16, 2003—Tickets are going fast for Oklahoma Baptist University's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance.
The Saturday performances are nearly sold out, but many there are still seats available for the Nov. 2 and Nov. 9 Sunday matinees, which have 2:30 p.m. curtains in
American Music Celebration Kicks Off at OBU Oct. 27
October 13, 2003—Dr. Ron Pen, director of the John Jacob Niles Center for American Music at the University of Kentucky, will visit the OBU campus on October 27-28, 2003. Dr. Pen will deliver a lecture entitled "Toward an Audeography of Hallowe'en" as part of the Oklahoma Baptist University Division of Music's
President Emeritus Agee to Deliver Hobbs Lecture Oct. 22
October 13, 2003—Oklahoma Baptist University President Emeritus Bob R. Agee will return to Bison Hill Oct. 22 to deliver the 23rd Hobbs Lecture at 10a.m in Raley Chapel.
His lecture, "Christian Education: The Right Choice," will be the second Hobbs Lecture Dr. Agee has delivered. He first presented the Hobbs
October 3, 2003—The OBU Cheerleaders for 2003-04 are, from left, (first row) Jennie David, Meredith Livingston, Angie Strainge, (middle row) Leah Patterson, Robyn Pratt, Kinsey Henson, (back row) Rachel Brozovich, Timilyn Haller, Amanda Milam, Erin Reiser and Jessica Patterson.
OBU to Host Red Dirt Book Festival Oct. 17-18
October 3, 2003—More than 80 Oklahoma authors, publishers, storytellers and musicians will descend upon Oklahoma Baptist University and St. Gregory's University in Shawnee for the first Red Dirt Book Festival Oct. 17-18, designed to discuss and celebrate the Oklahoma experience.
Due to the great response for