20 Things All Sooners Can Look Forward To This Semester
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20 Things All Sooners Can Look Forward To This Semester

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20 Things All Sooners Can Look Forward To This Semester
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July is almost over, and that means fall semester is less than a month away. While it may be sad to think that the summer is coming to an end, there are so many things to look forward to this semester at the great University of Oklahoma. Get excited, Sooners, because there are a lot of fun things awaiting you this fall!

1. Tailgating and football games

2. Incoming freshman, which means more friends

3. Late night food runs with your roommate

4. The opportunity to decorate your room in a new way

5. The new stadium (heart eyes)

6. Seeing the football video for the first time

7. Last semester of going to Chimy's before it closes

8. Sandro's Pizza and Gyros opening on Campus Corner

9. New classes with new people

10. A fresh start at trying to get a 4.0 for the semester

11. Red River Showdown in Dallas (Texas still sucks)

12. Cool Greens opening on Campus Corner (hopefully)

13. More jam sessions while driving around looking for a parking spot

14. Sadie Robertson from "Duck Dynasty" will visit Norman on her tour

15. Delicious popsicles from Eric's Pops on Campus Corner

16. All of the new restaurants added to Order Up that you can now have delivered

17. "Finding Dory" will play at the Union for FREE

18. New date party themes

19. An excuse to buy new clothes for the new semester

20. Another semester being at the best college (there's only one!)

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