April 2011
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 Angela Marshall of McAlester (second from right), a finalist for the Nigh Award at East Central University in Ada, stands next to ECU President John Hargrave at the luncheon Tuesday [APRIL 19] honoring the finalists. Roselynn Simpson (center) of Wetumka was named the winner of the $750 prize as ECU’s top graduating senior. They are shown with former Gov. George Nigh (from left) and finalist Phoebe Barron of Ardmore. Each finalist was allowed to ask Nigh a question before the award was announced. Marshall plans to pursue a master’s degree either in film scoring at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom or in piano pedagogy at the University of Oklahoma.

Angela Marshall of McAlester (second from right), a finalist for the Nigh Award at East Central University in Ada, stands next to ECU President John Hargrave at the luncheon Tuesday [APRIL 19] honoring the finalists. Roselynn Simpson (center) of Wetumka was named the winner of the $750 prize as ECU’s top graduating senior. They are shown with former Gov. George Nigh (from left) and finalist Phoebe Barron of Ardmore. Each finalist was allowed to ask Nigh a question before the award was announced. Marshall plans to pursue a master’s degree either in film scoring at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom or in piano pedagogy at the University of Oklahoma.