Keith wins No. 1,400

Connors State College’s Perry Keith won his 1,400th game as head coach of the Cowboys baseball team, when top-ranked  CSC took a 4-3 victory over Carl Albert State College Sunday. Keith, who is in his 29th year at the helm of the Connors State baseball program, is now 1,400-402 following the win. The Cowboys are[…]

One thing to take away from meeting Regent Calvin J. Anthony would be his sense of care for others. Regent Anthony is a member of the OSU-A&M Board of Regents and is now in the final year of his eight-year term.
“When I would go to campuses and am around students, it was the most refreshing of times… and ultimately that’s what made me decide to become a Regent,” said Anthony.
Regent Anthony received a Bachelor’s in Pharmacy from the University of Oklahoma in 1968. He is currently a retired pharmacist and owns a handful of drug stores in the Stillwater area, one of which is Tiger Drug, where he spent most of his adult life managing and operating as a pharmacist. Anthony originally attended college on a baseball scholarship after turning down an early offer from the Philadelphia Phillies baseball team fresh out of high school.
Regent Anthony is a married man and a proud father of three and grandfather of six children. He enjoys working with his livestock, golfing, quail hunting and being a “cool grandfather” in his spare time.
When asked to describe himself in one word, Regent Anthony replied “caring.” Anthony insisted that being a good listener is key to becoming a great leader. When asked if he had any advice to our students and their careers, Anthony stated, “You have to work hard… and never sell yourself short.”
Regent Anthony credits his success in his career to his parents and a customer of Tiger Drug, Bob Arnold, who had been a mentor for Anthony for several years.

Regent Calvin Anthony Visits Connors

One thing to take away from meeting Regent Calvin J. Anthony would be his sense of care for others. Regent Anthony is a member of the OSU-A&M Board of Regents and is now in the final year of his eight-year term. “When I would go to campuses and am around students, it was the most[…]

Katie Bullard (top, far right) is pictured inside the Devon Energy Tower with other scholars during the Nigh Scholarship Academy.  
During the Academy, she met former Oklahoma Gov. George Nigh and wife Donna.

Bullard Represents Connors at Nigh Academy

Katie Bullard, a sophomore from Wister, Okla., was selected by Connors State College administration to attend the 2014 Nigh Scholarship Academy in Oklahoma City. Conducted Feb. 7-11, 2014, the purpose of this scholarship academy was to allow each of the two and four year higher educational institutions, both public and private, to select and honor[…]

Bobby and Vicki Mouser recently donated two saddles to the Connors State College Equine and Rodeo programs.  These saddles will be auctioned at the Alumni & Friends Equine & Rodeo Spring Gathering to raise funds for the programs.  Pictured are (L to R):  Jake Walker, CSC Assistant Rodeo Coach; Ryan Blanton, Executive Director of the Connors Development Foundation; Dr. Tim Faltyn, President of Connors State College; Vicki Mouser, Bob Mouser, Jake Lawson, CSC Equine Director and Head Rodeo Coach.

Mouser Family Contributes to Connors State College

The Connors State College Alumni & Friends Equine & Rodeo Spring Gathering will be held on March 29 at the Warner campus with a barbecue dinner and entertainment by Nashville musician, Connors alumnus Paul Bogart. For more information contact the CSC Equine and Rodeo office at (918) 463-6303. Connors State College supporters Bobby and Vicki[…]

Jeltz Scholarship_web

Connors Sophomore Receives Jeltz Scholarship

Connors State College sophomore Tierra Blue was awarded the Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Scholarship. The award was presented by Foundation Chairman, Dr.  James Mosley. Mosley visited with Blue about the history and meaning behind the scholarship.  “Jeltz wanted to make a difference,” said Mosley.  “Mr. and Mrs. Jeltz were black Oklahomans who devoted[…]

Muse Celebration

Connors Honors Men’s Coach, Renames Court

It was a day of celebration on the Connors State College campus Saturday, Feb. 8, as Cowboys coach and athletic director Bill Muse was honored for his 500th coaching victory and his selection into the National Junior College Athletic Association Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Muse is only the third Oklahoman to be inducted into[…]


Foundation Launches New Campaign

One hundred and five years ago, Connors State School of Agriculture began their first semester of classes in Warner, Okla. Over those years, the name, faces, and campus have changed, but the mission has remained the same: to build futures, one at a time. To celebrate, the Development Foundation is launching the Connors 105 Campaign[…]

Connors State College Psychology Professor, Dr. Gary Grady, will present his entertaining teaching module at the Annual Conference of the Southwest Psychological Association in San Antonio, Texas.

CSC’s Grady to Present at American Psychological Association

Connors State College’s Psychology Professor, Dr. Gary Grady’s approach to “hooking” students on psychology will soon be shared with other educators at the Southwest Psychological Association’s annual conference in San Antonio, Texas. Grady created a 17-minute video that he shows to his classes at the beginning of each semester. Grady, who has been a counseling[…]

Connors State College Nursing Instructor, Angela Martindale, currently serves as the Region 3 Delegate for the Oklahoma Nurses Association.

Connors Nursing Instructor Elected as OK Nursing Association Delegate

Connors State College Nursing Instructor, Angela Martindale was elected as Region 3 Delegate for the Oklahoma Nurses Association (ONA). As such, Martindale represents the northeastern portion of Oklahoma at the state level on policies and changes within the Oklahoma Nurses Association. “I believe it is a duty for registered nurses to participate in their nursing[…]

Connors State College’s livestock judging team won the Overall Championship in both the Sophomore and Freshmen divisions at the Arizona National Livestock Show in Phoenix, Ariz.

Connors’ Livestock Judging Team Sweeps Arizona National

The Connors State College livestock judging team rang in the New Year with plaques and ribbons to spare while competing in the 2013 Arizona National Livestock Show on Dec. 30, 2013. CSC was named the overall champion team for the freshman and sophomore junior college division. The sophomore team swept the contest by winning the[…]

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