High school seniors are invited to attend a pair of Senior Day events on Oct. 21 and Oct. 22 at Cowley College.
Cowley College alumni Glen Virden and his wife, Lisa, recently created a $10,000 Endowed Scholarship to be awarded annually to a criminal justice major displaying a financial need.
Cowley College has organized and will participate in two of only seven online Community College Collegiate Quiz Bowl tournaments available at this time.
Central of Burden High School completed Homecoming week Friday night with the crowning of Queen Harley Branscum and King Logan Braun. The Raiders defeated Udall 50-32. The week started off with the tradition of students making Homecoming fall mums, spirit week, pep assembly, coronation and a…
Beth Walker, an Arkansas City native and co-president for Butler Community College’s Collegiate DECA, was nominated by Butler marketing department chair Jared McGinley to receive the Accreditation Council for Collegiate Business Schools and Programs Business Student Leader award.
Students in Cowley College’s Academic Civic Engagement through Service recently spent the day cleaning up debris at the Cowley State Fishing Lake.
Joseph Jurkovich, of Arkansas City, has been named to the spring 2020 Provost’s List for outstanding academic performance at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla.
Recognized for her success during her 30 year career at Cowley College, Dr. Michelle Schoon was recently named to the Wichita Business Journal’s list of Women Who Lead in Education.
Join the Friends of the Winfield Public Library’s Bookn’ with Friends Book Club via Zoom at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 28 to talk about the book “Solitary” by Albert Woodfox. This national book award winner revisits the four decades Albert Woodfox spent in solitary confinement for a crime he didn’t com…
Cowley College president Dr. Dennis C. Rittle shared his thoughts on the “State of Cowley College” during the Arkansas City and Winfield Chamber Lunch Bites held via Zoom teleconferencing Sept. 3.
Welcome to a Partners Trivia night at Winfield Public Library. Grab a partner — whether they’re in the same room or across the country — and play some trivia via Zoom at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Questions range from science to movies to TV to geography and more.
The Cowley College Visual and Performing Arts Department was finally able to bring “9 to 5” The Musical to the Robert Brown Theatre stage Aug. 20-22.
Jacob Goodson, associate professor of philosophy at Southwestern College, has released his latest book, “The Dark Years? Philosophy, Politics and the Problem with Predictions.”