Tag: Student Senate
The five candidates for Queen Alalah shared the stage Oct. 27 in rhinestone-clad evening wear as this year’s queen was named. When the voting was done, Kyrstyn Kinzie donned the crown of Queen Alalah LXXXVI during the Coronation...Read More
Mary Anderson did not grow up in Arkansas City, but that has not stopped her from sharing in the excitement of the annual fall Arkalalah celebration. She will learn all there is to know about Arkalalah after being named one of...Read More
After her sister and aunt took the stage at previous Arkalalah coronations, Cowley College sophomore Kyrstyn Kinzie now will have her turn in the spotlight after she was named one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI....Read More
Students in Cowley College’s Student Affairs, Student Senate and Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) organizations recently gathered items for victims of Hurricane Harvey. The items were dropped off at Factory...Read More
Eric Mina, 2016 Hypnotist of the Year, brought his unique blend of comedy and hypnosis Aug. 15 to Cowley College’s Robert Brown Theatre, capping a busy first day of the fall semester. Mina, who has performed at more than 100...Read More
A total of 246 students participated in Cowley College’s 93rd Commencement exercises May 13 inside W.S. Scott Auditorium. Along with the conferring of degrees, Bill Docking, chairman of Union State Bank in Arkansas City and City...Read More
Cowley College sophomore Stephanie Cabrera is looked upon as a leader on the women’s soccer team who always is there for her teammates. She displays the same ethics in the classroom and recently was named one of five finalists...Read More
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