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Written by Roman Harvey
Tulsa is known by many as the buckle of the Bible Belt. And it’s not a surprise—there are tons of mega-churches here, including Victory, Church on the Move, Rhema, and Grace. Needless to say, there is a large Bible-believing population in Tulsa.
While Tulsa is not a ridiculously huge city, it is fairly easy to find something fun to do here. Some things that students like to do in Tulsa are watch a movie at the Dollar Cinema, head to RiverWalk Crossing, which is home to numerous restaurants and stores, or catch a live music performance at one of the many venues, like the Performing Arts Center, Cain’s Ballroom, or the BOK Center. Some of the most fun things to do are attend fundraising events held by local missions teams. Overall, the Tulsa locals are friendly toward students, and this is a safe and scenic area.
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