According to readers’ votes from Southern Living, Norman is one of the top 20 college cities in the South

College cities are special places that hold a special place in the hearts of those who attend the most important universities in that particular city. Norman, Oklahoma, is a special place for those who call home when they are students at the University of Oklahoma.

That’s why Norman made it into the top 20 in Southern Living’s readers’ poll for the best college cities in South India.

When it comes down to it, there is only one thing that all these cities seem to share — that is your devotion to yourself. Inviting streets and fun music venues can be beautiful because they are the best college cities in South India. Yours College cities. Every time you step on campus, whether it’s every football season or a blue moon, you know it still feels like home. It certainly earns the reputation of being the best for a place. Here are the 20 best college towns in South India that you, our readers, have voted for. – Betsy Crib, Southern Living

Here’s what she has to say about Norman, who is ranked 20th on the Southern Living Reader poll.

The campus area of ​​the University of Oklahoma offers two major attractions: the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, the nation’s largest university-based museum; Visitors to the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art can see the works of Ansel Adams, Edward Hopper and Georgia O’Keefe. There is a flavor outside of campus as well; Explore Picnic or Camp, or Historic Campus Corner at Lake Thunderbird State Park, where dozens of shops, restaurants, and bars fuel the community between OU students and Norman residents – Betsy Crib and Southern Living

Although a few towns in Texas are ahead of Norman, fear not, Austin, the home of the Texas Longhorns, is nowhere to be seen. San Marcos and College Station are the only Texas cities ahead of Norman. San Marcos is the home of Texas State, and the college station is Texas A&M.

It’s easy to see why anyone would like to visit Norman. There are so many different types of restaurants that you may find it hard not to find something you do not like.

The campus corner is always active on the weekends, and now the campus is coming out of contagion, and finally things are starting to feel normal again there.

I have never regretted my decision to attend the University of Oklahoma. Looking at the schools, Norman feels more like a home than the other college cities I visited.

The way you can see the magnificent Gaylord Memorial Stadium as you walk around the campus always makes it seem like the ghosts of OU football are looking around the campus.

Norman makes it very easy to drive anywhere and go anywhere any day. Yesterday morning, I had breakfast at the neighborhood jam with a few friends. That was great. Norman home seems to be the only place where you can enjoy a happy time with friends.

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