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My Take on TU: Student Stories

What I’ll Miss Most This Summer

Today’s blog is from Brittany James, a senior Mechanical Engineering major from Lee’s Summit,  Mo.  I booked a plane ticket to fly to Chicago and live there for the next three months. That’s right. Downtown Chicago. Within a one-mile radius... MORE

Saying Goodbye to TU

Today’s blog post is written by Mercedes Vega from Surprise, Ariz. Over the past few years, Mercedes has written several blogs for us and graduated with a degree in elementary education this past Saturday.  We will miss her smiling face... MORE

My Study Abroad Experience: The Dominican Republic

Today’s blog post comes to us from Ellen Emeric, a junior majoring in sociology. Ellen was recently awarded an NSF/REU Summer Fellowship on “Investigating Social Disparity and Social Vulnerability,” in the Department of Sociology and Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning... MORE

My Favorite Professor – Bill Hinkle

Today’s blog comes to us from Katie S., a junior Communication major from Des Moines, Iowa. Bill Hinkle is an adjunct professor of advertising in TU’s Communication department. Adjunct means that he is a part-time professor who has a full-time... MORE

Fall In Love With Greek Life

Today’s blog is from Brittany James, a junior Mechanical Engineering major from Lee’s Summit, Mo. Greek Life is love, encouragement, confidence, silliness, a community, an opportunity, a lifetime of truth and loyalty, and a support system. Greek Life is my... MORE

Study Abroad: A Must For TU Students

Today’s blog is from Matthew Baldwin, a junior Chemical Engineering & German major from Tulsa, Okla. Studying  abroad has been my best TU experience! That is not to say that being here on campus and meeting all the great people... MORE

STEM Outreach Through TU Students

Today’s blog post comes to us from Natalie Santa-Pinter, a junior Biochemistry major on a Pre-Med track from Choctaw, Okla. Early in my college career, I began volunteering as a Reading Partner at Kendall-Whittier Elementary, a predominantly Hispanic school very... MORE