I hope you guys are all keeping warm out there and finding the motivation to make it another week until Thanksgiving Break (if you happen to find some motivation, could I borrow some?)! A huge arctic front blew in on Monday night and the temperature is now wavering between the upper 20s and lowers 30s (nothing says ‘I’m a go-getter!’ like staying huddled under the covers of your bed). I’m currently in McFarlin Library sipping some hot chocolate (Mmmm!) which is definitely helping!
Today, I’d like to discuss something very near and dear to me: diversity! I happen to be Indian-American, as in I was born and raised here in the U.S. (shout out to anyone reading this who is from my home state of New Jersey!), but under the influence of Indian culture (my parents are both immigrants from India). My ethnic heritage is extremely important to me; therefore, it is essential that I be able to express my cultural identity, share it with others, and learn about others’ cultures. Continue reading
This past weekend, the Men’s Group from St. Philip Neri Catholic Newman Center on TU’s campus went on a camping trip at Lake Keystone. Tulsa’s wonderful fall weekends made it a great time! We set up camp and then scouted out a place for Father Kerry, the Chaplin at the Newman center, to come out and celebrate Mass for us outdoors! It was such an awesome weekend hanging out with some great guys and, as always, the Oklahoma sunset didn’t disappoint!
Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa comes from Laci L., a freshman English, Education and Spanish major from Bartlesville, Okla.
When I first applied to The University of Tulsa, I had done my research: I would have small classes, there is a Greek community on campus, our football team is in the American Athletic Conference, etc., etc. I thought college would be pretty black and white. Go to class during the week and balance studying and having fun on the weekends. It was great coming here and realizing there is ALWAYS something to do on campus. As the say, college truly is what you make of it. But thankfully, TU provides opportunities to meet new people and get involved on campus and in the community. This is a list of things that have made me confident I made the right choice with my decision to attend The University of Tulsa:
- Watching the sun rise behind the McFarlin Library and the failed attempts of capturing the beauty on an iPhone camera.
– The Collins Fitness Center is open until 11pm, which is a great way to work off some stress after a long day of studying. Collins has a variety of workout machines and offers an awesome variety of exercise classes to help you fight off the Freshman 15. Continue reading