The TU Alumni Association welcomes all alumni back to campus Thursday, October 24 through Sunday, October 27 for Homecoming 2019. Help celebrate everything TU and reconnect with fellow Golden Hurricane grads. This year’s festivities include a full slate of activities including the Homecoming football game on Saturday at 6 p.m. Plan to attend the Bonfire and Pep Rally on Dietler Commons with live entertainment from the Sound of the Golden Hurricane.
The 2019 Distinguished Alumni, J. Paschal Twyman winner and Ms. Homecoming will be honored during Homecoming weekend at the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Celebration, at the Bonfire and Pep Rally and at halftime during the football game on Saturday.
Happy Quasquicentennial, TU! I look forward to celebrating 125 years of TU with you at Homecoming 2019.
Debra Harden Rue, BME ’74
The Homecoming game is set for Saturday at 6 p.m.
I am honored to serve as Chair of the 2019 Homecoming Committee and help celebrate TU during this memorable week. I hope to see you on campus!
Calvin Moniz, BSBA ’06, MBA ’08, JD ’15
TU’s Homecoming tradition goes far beyond tailgating and football. Over 20,000 alumni, students, friends of TU and community supporters will descend upon the TU campus for a full week of events. During this week, the TU Alumni Association will host celebrations of our pride in the university and the City of Tulsa as we welcome alumni home.
I look forward to seeing my friends from the class of 1969 and sharing stories from the last 50 years as we are inducted into the Gold Medallion Society!
Dennis Bradford, Class of 1969 Reunion Chair, BS ’69
Please join TU Alumni, students and the greater Tulsa community in this time-honored tradition.
Thomas Porter, BSBA ’14
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