Today’s video blog comes to us from Haley A., a junior Communication major (and Psychology minor) from Sand Springs, Okla.
Last weekend, the TU Golden Hurricane traveled to Norman, Okla., to take on the nationally-ranked Oklahoma Sooners. Haley watched the game at The Hut, TU’s on-campus bar and grill. Student Association hosted a watch party so Haley decided to post a video blog to show you how students were supporting the team. Although TU lost 38-52, the Golden Hurricane put up a good fight!
Click the photo below to watch!
Today’s post comes to us from Charity Barton, a sophomore from Tulsa, Okla. Charity is majoring in Communications with a minor in Spanish.
The weekend is quickly approaching and that means football season will soon begin. Last year as a freshman I really enjoyed going to the games. Sweating, shivering, and cheering on my fellow classmates was always a great way to end the week.
This week, first-year Head Coach Phillip Montgomery and the entire football staff have declared 2015 as a New Era for TU football! We’ve got great players and great coaches, but the student cheering section is an essential asset for the win. We tell freshmen who haven’t yet learned the TU traditions to follow the spirit squad. And happily, this year I am a member of the squad and will be watching the games from the sidelines as a cheerleader!
To all prospective students,
There is one date on my calendar circled in bright yellow highlighter. May 9th, 2015: The culmination of four long, busy, yet rewarding, college years. My immediate thought as I’m writing this?
AHHHHHHHH!!!!! THIS IS CRAZY!!!!!!!
All right, so maybe I’m freaking out a little…or a lot…more like pretty much yes all the time. But considering this may be one of the last blog posts from me, I’m going to schmooze a bit and express what all has been going on in my life over the past month.
Honestly, I’m a little torn as to what I’m feeling as I move closer towards my commencement. I’m excited that my family from various parts of the country will be coming to Tulsa to celebrate my accomplishments. I’m stressed because of final projects that I must complete before I can graduate. I’m thankful for all of the friends, professors, staff, and administration that I have come into contact with and who pushed me to be the best individual possible. I’m ready to begin the next step in my life with full-time employment. As I mentioned earlier, though, it’s hard to really put one emotion above the other. Continue reading