As we recognize several individuals as part of our Homecoming traditions, we are reminded that recognition is an exercise in reconnecting with the good.
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Attending The University of Tulsa was a big departure for Robyn (Benear) Ewing, who hails from a family of University of Oklahoma Sooners.
Phil Keeter sits in the front row. From his economic classes at The University of Tulsa to his pew at Boston Avenue Methodist Church, Keeter is front and center.
Wiley Cox is a Tulsa native who grew up blocks away from The University of Tulsa. After graduating from Will Rogers High School, he attended TU on a scholarship.
Accomplished entrepreneur Burt B. Holmes (BS ’54) can count numerous business ventures among his life’s successes — 28, to be exact — but he seldom deals in superlatives.
Bob Shipley, The University of Tulsa’s associate vice president for operations and physical plant, is reluctant to accept the title of Mr. Homecoming 2017 as an individual.
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