April 2010
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East Central University students pose after attending the Oklahoma Greater Grads Career and Internship Fair recently at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. ECU's Career Development Center sponsored the trip and helped more than 30 students prepare for the fair. Shown are Ajeena Joy of Yukon and Brittney Burton of Purcell (front row) and (back row, from left) Corey Dozier of Tecumseh, Ricardo Luna Rodriguez of Caracus, Venezuela, Phydelca Thomas of Mandeville, Jamaica, Lilan Thapa of Nepal, Monica Williams of Ada, Blake Barnes of Broken Arrow, Brandy White of Mustang, Laporsha Coats of Wynnewood, Bradley Woods of Sulphur, Valina Sefa of Gjakove, Kosovo, and Derek McElroy of Holdenville.

East Central University students pose after attending the Oklahoma Greater Grads Career and Internship Fair recently at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. ECU's Career Development Center sponsored the trip and helped more than 30 students prepare for the fair. Shown are Ajeena Joy of Yukon and Brittney Burton of Purcell (front row) and (back row, from left) Corey Dozier of Tecumseh, Ricardo Luna Rodriguez of Caracus, Venezuela, Phydelca Thomas of Mandeville, Jamaica, Lilan Thapa of Nepal, Monica Williams of Ada, Blake Barnes of Broken Arrow, Brandy White of Mustang, Laporsha Coats of Wynnewood, Bradley Woods of Sulphur, Valina Sefa of Gjakove, Kosovo, and Derek McElroy of Holdenville.

 

 

Poetry winners in the 2010 Darryl Fisher Creative Writing Contest held annually at East Central University are Katlynn Fife (front row, from left), Lawton High School, $250 for first place; Meghen Mann, Ada High School, $100 for third place; Kayla Crego, Norman North High School, $150 for second place; and (back row) Gage Few, Ada High School, honorable mention, $25. Not pictured are honorable mentions Anna Halverson, Lawton High School; Angela Shen, Norman North High School; KayLeigh Thomason, Pittsburg High School; Jamie Little, Durant High School; and Arthur Dixon, Ardmore High School. Awards also were presented for fiction.

Poetry winners in the 2010 Darryl Fisher Creative Writing Contest held annually at East Central University are Katlynn Fife (front row, from left), Lawton High School, $250 for first place; Meghen Mann, Ada High School, $100 for third place; Kayla Crego, Norman North High School, $150 for second place; and (back row) Gage Few, Ada High School, honorable mention, $25. Not pictured are honorable mentions Anna Halverson, Lawton High School; Angela Shen, Norman North High School; KayLeigh Thomason, Pittsburg High School; Jamie Little, Durant High School; and Arthur Dixon, Ardmore High School. Awards also were presented for fiction.

 

 

Students from Norman North High School dominate the fiction category in the 2010 Darryl Fisher Creative Writing Contest at East Central University's Scissortail Creative Writing Festival. Winners and their prizes are Jocelyn Roberts (front row, from left), Norman North, and Abbie Vestal, Broken Bow High School, both $25 honorable mention recipients; and Norman North's Nicki Peterson, $250 first-place award; (back row) Lydia Hall, $100 third-place award; and Liana Willis, $150 second-place award. Not pictured are honorable mentions Teddie Gwinn, Altus High School; Keaira Woolfolk, Star Spencer High School; Paige Warren, Norman North High School; and Erin Fuller, Verdigris High School. Poetry awards also were presented in the contest.

Students from Norman North High School dominate the fiction category in the 2010 Darryl Fisher Creative Writing Contest at East Central University's Scissortail Creative Writing Festival. Winners and their prizes are Jocelyn Roberts (front row, from left), Norman North, and Abbie Vestal, Broken Bow High School, both $25 honorable mention recipients; and Norman North's Nicki Peterson, $250 first-place award; (back row) Lydia Hall, $100 third-place award; and Liana Willis, $150 second-place award. Not pictured are honorable mentions Teddie Gwinn, Altus High School; Keaira Woolfolk, Star Spencer High School; Paige Warren, Norman North High School; and Erin Fuller, Verdigris High School. Poetry awards also were presented in the contest.