It’s that time again! Football games, sorority sisters, the colors of fall…I am so happy to have everyone back at TU! It was lonely this summer without a bustling, exciting student body here to keep things going!
The past few weeks have been crazy with sorority recruitment and the beginning of football season. I’m so glad to see TU playing such big-name teams, and I’m equally excited for the home opener against OSU this weekend! It will be a blast to watch, and our campus will be packed with fans! I’m so ready!!
Other than football and school, I’ve also begun the process of applying to law school…so scary! I can’t believe my time at TU is already coming to a close. It went by so fast, but I’ve still got a year left! I’m going to live it up, enjoy everything that TU has to offer before I graduate, and revel in being a senior!
I hope to see you all rooting on TU in the game this weekend! T-U-L-S-A!!!!
I get this question a lot. The answer comes quickly… diverse. ambitious. forward-thinking. Those are the kinds of students I work with every year, and those are the kinds of students who choose to enroll at TU.
Our campus is diverse in that we have students from all of the country and all over the world. The majority of our students come from outside of the state of Oklahoma, and 19% of this year’s freshmen class is international.
Our students are ambitious. They tend to have multiple interests. They double major or pick up a few minors or complete certificate programs. They study abroad and participate in research projects. They join clubs and organizations, serve as leaders, and volunteer in the community. Their schedules and accomplishments are impressive.
Finally, our students are forward-thinking. This is the university for students who want to change the world and are eager to get started. This concept of forward-thinking is the reason why I do what I do. This is the reason I work in college admissions, and the reason I work at TU. Because the students I help enroll each year are the future leaders of the world. As a campus community, TU tries to give you all of the tools you need so that you really can get started today.
I wonder what you will accomplish if you come to TU? It gives me goose-bumps thinking about it.
This weekend, TU celebrated the grand opening of the Roxana Rózsa and Robert Eugene Lorton Performance Center. The building is absolutely beautiful!
The 77,000-square-foot Performance Center, designed in the style of grand European opera houses, features a 700-seat concert hall with full performance stage, rehearsal and recitals halls, practice rooms and faculty offices for the School of Music and Department of Film Studies.
On Thursday night, there was a Gala celebrating the opening, and then on Friday and Sunday there were a number of performances by TU students, alums and special guests. These weekend performances were free and open to the public.
I think I need to go back to school to study music. Too bad I’m tone-deaf.
Former Tulsa County District Judge Clancy Smith has been tapped to preside over the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. She received her law degree in 1980 from The University of Tulsa.
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The Annual Arvest Winterfest returns to downtown Tulsa featuring ice skating, horse & carriage rides, concessions, fireworks, live music and tree lighting.
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The Festival of Lessons and Carols Sunday, December 07, 2014 from 07:30-9PM - Free and Open to the Public The University of Tulsa Chaplains Office and Cappella Chamber Singers present the annual Lessons and Carols service Sunday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m. Lessons and Carols is a traditional nine “lessons” and carols, and will be conducted by Dr. Kim Childs featuring music of Wilhousky, Thompson, Matthias, Holst, Britten, Carter and others. The service, will be at Sharp Chapel on TU's campus.