Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Sam B., a petroleum engineering major from Tulsa, OK.
Rush…All right, you have heard the stories, even seen the posts, pictures and videos, but you’re still not sure about Greek life. In my opinion, Greek life is a wonderful thing at TU. But it’s not for everyone. You know what is for everyone? Rush! Rush is for everyone even if they are 100% sure that there is no way, no how, they are going to join a house! Continue reading
Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Caitriona Gannon Harris., a TU graduate with a B.S.(1996) and M.S. (1997) in communicative disorders. She is currently the Reach Coordinator and Writing Instructor for Monte Cassino Elementary School in Tulsa.
I wish I could report that when it came to going to college, I was a decisive person. I was not. Rather, I attended large, state universities before I returned to my own backyard to complete my undergraduate degree and then pursue my graduate degree in Communication Disorders at the University of Tulsa. My decision to attend TU has helped pave a life path that has been full of opportunity, support and pride. Continue reading
Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Meghana R., a biology/pre-med major from Tulsa, Okla.
It’s the week before Spring Break and I can hardly believe how quickly time has flown by this year! It’s both exhilarating and completely nerve-wracking to think that at this time next year, I’ll be a senior on the verge of graduation! Sometimes when the idea of ‘the future’ starts to creep into my mind (like right now when I’m trying to study for the MCAT in May! Eeek!), I like to look back on all the amazing TU experiences I’ve had so far. There are so many people and events that are responsible for these memories; one organization that has contributed a great deal to these memories is Alpha Phi Omega. Continue reading