As school begins, classes start picking up: homework becomes more challenging and the first round of tests has begun. However, not all classes have the same kind of homework or the same quality of paper tests– in fact, in some classes, the test aren’t even on paper! My favorite- and most exciting- class this semester is……. ballroom dancing! Yep, you heard me: a whole class dedicated to learning how to dance with a partner at a ball, or other occasion. Our first form of dance to learn was Argentine Tango. Below, you can view a clip of me in the dance class.
Okay, fine, I look nothing like that. But it’s been a ton of fun for someone who has never taken any form of dance before to get to learn in such a relaxed environment with a phenomenal teacher. As we continue the semester, we’re planning to learn to Salsa, do the Charleston, Swing Dance and lots more! What a fun class to take completely outside of my major!
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.