We are learning all sorts of different techniques from this man in my Illustrator class and it’s quickly become one of my favorites. I would highly recommend it to anyone who decides to attend TU!
The University of Tulsa recommends a book to students before coming to college. It’s called 101 Things To Do Before You Graduate. I’m sure that most people don’t bother to read it, but my friend Melissa and I are crazy enough to try it. We have made a goal to do about 20 easy things this semester. One is to make a new voice mail message which is actually a lot harder than you may think it is. I can’t even get to my voice mail box. Another is start a do-it board which is like a bucket list of things we want to do in life and what inspires us. We cut out some stuff from magazines and put them on there to remind us of our goals. That is what is behind us in the picture below. We also have the book in our hands if you recognize it. Melissa and I decided that we were going to run a marathon which seems crazy to me. We are not very far into training, but I ran six miles today so that is a start. I am looking forward to doing some of the items in the book. Some of the ideas are not quite as exciting, but definitely important. For example, perfecting your 30-second pitch. This is just what you say inn interviews when someone says “tell me about yourself”. Anyway I’m pretty excited to check off some of the suggestions off the list, and I am sure it will be great to say that we did!!
Here at TU or should I say Oklahoma, football is definitely something of importance. At the University we do our best to accommodate our sports loving fan. This year we held a huge Super Bowl Party at John Mabee Hall (the male residence hall). It was a great time that involved music performances, free food, and most importantly FOOTBALL! There have been many great events at John Mabee including a Mario Kart Tournament, Ice Cream social, Self Defense seminars and more. All of the residence halls at TU are like this and they host many events in order to provide the students with multiple ways to spend their free time. Here’s to another great event from John Mabee and the rest of the residence halls at TU.
At the University of Tulsa there is never a shortage of interesting events to attend. Philips Hall will be showcasing art professor Glenn Godsey’s work Digits and Doodles through February 20. This exhibit is different from traditional exhibits as it showcases all of the artist’s works including his doodles and sketches! I have some pictures from the exhibit below, and I think you’ll agree that TU is home to some very talented people. Also, Glenn Godsey is the oldest sponsored yo-yo team member in the world. He was even featured in a documentary about yo-yos!