March Against Violence Draws Hundreds

Hundreds took to the pavement on Wednesday, October 12, to “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes”, in protest of domestic violence. The community came together to stand up against sexual violence with a rally in downtown Muskogee; men traded in their boots for flats, wedges and high heels. The rally brings awareness to the issue[…]


2016-17 Tribal Youth Council Sworn into Office

The Cherokee Nation swore in its new 2016-17 Cherokee Nation Tribal Youth Council members on Tuesday to begin serving a one-year term volunteering and helping shape future tribal policy. The leadership program started in 1989 and has more than 180 alumni, many who now work for the tribe. The 17-member youth council learns the Cherokee[…]


Connors State Rodeo Team Participates in Western Heritage Days

The Connors State College Rodeo Team spent a day interacting with children from the Oklahoma School for the Blind during Western Heritage Days on Wednesday, September 28, 2016. Western Heritage Days is an event hosted by the Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association specifically for the Oklahoma School for the Blind. The event, held at the Silver[…]


Midnight Madness

At the stroke of midnight on Monday, October 3, 2016 the Connors State College Men’s and Women’s basketball, and cheer teams took to the court inside the Melvin Self Field House for the first time of the season. The event, Midnight Madness, was opened to the public and drew quite the crowd. Connors State Game[…]


Cowboys Basketball Ranked No. 9 in Preseason Poll

The Sporting News has released its preseason junior college basketball rankings and Connors State College under head coach Bill Muse is ranked No. 9 in the nation entering the 2016-17 season. The Cowboys coming off a 26-5 record and three consecutive Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference championships returns three starters. The Cowboys under Muse’s tutelage has[…]


George Frazier to be keynote speaker for Athletics Hall of Fame

George Frazier, former major league pitcher with the New York Yankees will be the keynote speaker and emcee for the fifth annual Connors State College Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 15th at A.D. Stone Student Union on the CSC campus in Warner. Frazier, who pitched in the major leagues from 1978-87, is currently a[…]


Early FASFA Submission Available

College Students and Parents:  What You Need to Know About the 2017–18 FAFSA What’s changing for 2017–18? Starting with the 2017–18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), these changes will be in effect: You’ll be able to submit your FAFSA® earlier.  You can file your 2017–18 FAFSA as early as Oct. 1, 2016, rather[…]


Connors State College to Receive Title III Native American Serving Nontribal Institutions Grant

Connors State College has been selected to receive funding under the Title III Native American Serving Nontribal Institution (NASNTI) Program. This grant will be in the amount of $1.75 million over five years. Connors State was one of nine higher education institutions selected for this grant. The purpose of the NASNTI program is to provide[…]


Connors State Native American Success and Cultural Center Adds to Exhibit

In late August, sisters Dianna Whitehurst, Elizabeth Griffin, and Elaine Harman donated an untitled art piece to the Connors State College Native American Success and Cultural Center. The colored pencil drawing by renowned Native American artist Ruthe Blalock Jones, of Delaware-Shawnee-Peoria tribal lineage, will be housed in the Ken Ogdon Family Museum inside Russell Hall[…]


Remembering the Aggies

Fifty or sixty years ago on fall Saturdays in this area, OU and OSU weren’t the only football programs that fans talked about. Many folks would spend those Saturdays watching the Connors State College Cowboys hit the gridiron. And while the program itself never achieved on the field greatness like its older and bigger cousins,[…]

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