The Cowley College Board of Trustees is examining a trustee handbook at the request of Board Chair Bob Juden and Cowley College President Dennis Rittle. While the trustees took no action regarding the handbook during their...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
With Arkalalah nearing, newly hired Cowley College Alumni Relations and Golden Tigers Coordinator Adriana Somerville had the idea to put together a float design contest for the school’s engineering students so they could gain...Read More
Former Cowley College coach Linda Hargrove is coming out of retirement to serve as the interim women’s basketball coach for Wichita State University. “I’m getting excited … I’ve got to get back into it,” Hargrove said in...Read More
HUTCHINSON — Sporting three of the top 10 runners in the region, the Cowley College women’s cross country team brought home its first Region VI team title since 2010 on Oct. 29 in Hutchinson. Although the Lady Tigers finished a...Read More
The Cowley College men’s soccer team recorded its third straight shutout victory in an 8-0 win at Coffeyville on Oct. 15. With the win, the Tigers finished in second place in the Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division and are...Read More
Cowley College freshman Jake Hawker, in his debut after arriving from Great Britain, scored three goals in the Tigers’ 4-1 season-opening win Aug. 25 over Rose State College in Arkansas City. After allowing a goal in the first...Read More
Cowley College tennis coaches Jeff Benito and Charity Andrews were named Region III Wilson/ITA Coaches of the Year after helping to guide their teams to a pair of top-10 national rankings. With Benito at the helm, the men’s...Read More
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