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Current Issue - Winter 2012

Endowment Association shows its appreciation with annual banquet
With many wonderful things happening at Cowley College, a large contingent of donors were treated to an evening of dinner and music during the Endowment Association’s annual banquet held Dec. 6 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. read more

Cowley president retiring after 26 years at Cowley College
Dr. McAteeShowing tremendous vision and an ability to lead, Cowley College president Dr. Patrick J. McAtee has taken Cowley College to new heights during his 25 1/2 years as the school’s president. read more

Cowley finishes expansion to its Mulvane Center
Mulvane CenterCowley College recently completed the expansion to its Mulvane Center by remodeling the town’s former post office building.
The remodel consisted of converting the former 5,000 square foot post office building into four classrooms, three offices, a tutoring room and a student lounge complete with USB compatible electrical outlets so that laptops and cell phones can plug directly into the wall. read more

Jack of all trades, “Mr. Offense” fondly remembers Cowley
Bill and Debbie HackathornIf you ask some people in Oklahoma what they know about Bill Hackathorn, some will say he ran the largest Bass tournaments in five states in the 1990’s. Others might say they remember he drove sprint cars around Oklahoma and Kansas back in the late 1970’s and early 80’s. Others would say they remember seeing him on TV every 4th of July serving as a Pyro-technician for the fireworks shows for the City of Tulsa. read more

Students matched up with donors during Scholarship Reception
receptionClose to 200 individuals filled Cowley College’s Earle N. Wright Community Room August 21 for the school’s second annual Endowment Scholarship Reception in which incoming students receiving endowed scholarships were brought together with the individuals who donated money to fund the scholarships. The event, in its second year, was sponsored through a generous gift from the Trust Company of Kansas. read more

Vargas crowned Queen Alalah LXXXI
AlalahHaving practiced her Queen wave since she was a little girl, Mariah Vargas got the opportunity to show her perfected wave to a sold out crowd inside the Robert Brown Theatre after being crowned Queen Alalah LXXXI on Oct. 26.
The first runner-up was Baleigh Barnthouse, another Ark City native. The other three candidates were Micah Fry, Cheyenne Hinkle, and Piper McCord. read more

Cowley College receives S.T.A.R. Award
award Members of the Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce visited Cowley College’s main campus on August 28 to present the college with the S.T.A.R. (Small Trade Achievement Recognition) Award for August.
The purpose of the S.T.A.R. Award is to recognize businesses in Arkansas City that demonstrate outstanding qualities of spirit of community and meet the standards of the S.T.A.R. program. read more

Cowley enrollment up six percent
Experiencing a near six percent increase in enrollment, Cowley College had a total of 3,166 FTE (Full Time Equivalency) on the first day of fall classes. read more

Theatre and Music Departments pull out all the stops for “White Christmas”
"White Christmas"With Cowley College’s Theatre and Music Departments teaming to give three spectacular performances of Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas”, more than 1,600 people attended the shows in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

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Kansas All-Star Scholars Fund to provide $50,000 for scholarships
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The Kansas All-Star Scholars Fund announced it will be expanding its impact on students in the south central Kansas region. The fund will be donating $50,000 for the establishment of scholarships at three area colleges next year, with one of those schools being Cowley College. read more

Cowley holds Decade of the 60’s Reunion
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Each year of the 1960’s was represented during Cowley College’s Decade of the 60’s Reunion held Thursday, Oct. 25 on the school’s main campus in Arkansas City. read more

Cowley College donates 940 pounds of meat to local food pantries
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Following the purchase of a blue ribbon Angus steer from Kasey Biddle of Burden during the Cowley County Fair 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Auction held at the Winfield Fair Grounds on Aug. 6, Cowley College donated a total of 940 pounds of beef to the Winfield Community Food Pantry and Manna Ministries in Arkansas City. read more

Neal receives another teaching honor
Melinda Neal
After being named Cowley College’s Endowed Chair for Teaching Excellence during the school’s Employee Meeting on Thursday, Natural Science Department instructor Melinda Neal added another honor to her collection as she was named the recipient of the Paul Stirnaman Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence. read more

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