One Long Year

Esther King has been employed at Connors State College for 39 years and worked for five presidents and has seen the college grow from 600 students to an enrollment of 2,500. When King first came to Connors she had plans only to stay for one year, however, that changed and she is now entering her[…]


Blanton’s Paper is Published

Connors State College adjunct anthropology instructor Ryan Blanton’s paper “Chronotopic Landscapes of Environmental Racism” will be published in the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, “Racializing Discourses,” special edition. Blanton’s paper examines the ways in which members of a black community in Oklahoma solicit local government support for their efforts to access environmental justice resources.


O’Quinn Excited About New CSC Position

Robin O’Quinn came to Connors State College as an adjunct instructor six years ago before moving up as the Division Chair of Developmental Education this year. O’Quinn, along with Dr. Jo Lynn Digranes, Executive Vice President of Connors State College, are working together in establishing a program that makes sure the developmental student is using[…]


Long-time Instructor Enjoys Teaching

Jimmy White, who has taught at Connors State College since 1976 and was named chairman of the Social Science Division in 1990, enjoys passing his knowledge to the students who attend his classes. White, who has taught history, government and geography during his tenure at Connors State. He said he enjoys the “interaction with the[…]