Emilee Sullivan

Hello! My name is Emilee Sullivan. I am a fourth-year student at the University of Oklahoma planning to graduate with a Spanish degree this spring before continuing my education in pursuit of a Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies. My plans were a little shaken up last fall when left nursing school and decided to change my major a week before my senior year began, but I’ve finally found what I love and it is the most wonderful adventure.


Dinner at Lemon Tree with the Hebrew Club

I absolutely love the Hebrew program at OU. Because the classes are so small, the department really feels like a family. I…


Another Trip to Mexico !!

Sometimes I forget that another country is just a half-day's car ride away from where I live. During my semester in Italy,…


My First Published Translations !!!

It's crazy how quickly life can change. I know it's a cliché, but I'm sure every college student in their last semester…

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A Short Trip to Reynosa and a Challenge

Last Wednesday, two days after Christmas, I joined a group of five other people on a four-day trip to Reynosa, Mexico. Our…


La Dimension Moral de “La Celestina”

La Celestina es una obra de teatro escrito alrededor del año 1499 en España. Cuenta la historia de Calisto, un joven noble…


Hebrew Club Game Night

If you had told me six months ago that I would be in the Hebrew Club, I would have thought you were…


Comentario en “El Recado” por Elena Poniatowska

El Recado es un cuento escrito por Elena Poniatowska, una escritora mexicana cuyas obras enfocan mayormente en asuntos sociales y políticas. El…


אושפיזין (Ushpizin)

The Hebrew Club at OU recently put on a showing of the movie Ushpizin in Meacham Auditorium in the Oklahoma Memorial Union.…

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קפה עברי

This semester I enrolled in a Hebrew class, probably because I'm crazy, but also because I wanted to stretch myself and try…

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Tierra Tinta Conferencia

It's starting to hit me that I'm in my last year of undergrad and that the real world is quickly approaching, which…