By Russell Lawson
Bacone College has had a long history of physical education by means of competitive sports.
In the 1930s and 1940s, the most popular sport at Bacone was boxing. Bacone sported some of the top boxers in the state, such as Austin (Honeyboy) O’Jibway, “Oklahoma Golden Gloves champion,” who journeyed to Boston to participate in the national collegiate boxing tournament. Continue reading Bacone College once sported some of the top boxers in the state
This Tuesday of Holy Week during Bacone Hour, students celebrated the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Leroy Thompson ministered the service, leading with the message that Jesus has a legacy – but he is one leader who will outlive his legacy, because Jesus Christ is not dead. Continue reading Bacone celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ at Bacone Hour
Superb at speaking synonymous slang, Jameson Dent shouted a poem he wrote during the slam workshop.
Dent and Dr. Garnet Wind decided that a workshop would be beneficial to the students who are curious and interested in expanding their writing, they said. Continue reading Students sling slang at support services workshop