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Ethan Zambrano

Ethan Zambrano in his graduation cap and gown, standing between his parents
Ethan Zambrano

Area of Study

American Dance Pedagogy

Hometown

Burnsville, MN

Describe your senior year in 3 words.

Wait, what's happening?

What advice would you give to next year's freshman class?

Get involved and make memories. You're only here for four years, so surround yourself with the right people and do the things you want to do.

For students who are new to the OKC area, what is one place they should visit or restaurant they should try?

Cafe Antigua

What will you miss most about OCU?

Kappa Sigma

What professor or staff member stands out from your time here, and why?

Tiffany Warford. She was one of my first teachers freshman year, and I found out we went to the same high school! Over the past four years, Tiffany has really helped me find my footing and given me advice that I will carry through my life. She truly is the best

What was your most memorable moment from this school year?

Senior year has provided me with so many memories—some with laughter, others with tears. All of them have helped shaped my OCU experience and molded me into who I am today. One of my favorite memories from this year was bid day this past year. It was a great day of fun, fellowship with new members, current brothers, and alumni. We got a really good pledge class and it made me happy to see that while I am finishing my time as an undergrad, the chapter is left in good hands.

What is one thing you'd like to say to your family and/or friends on your graduation day?

Thank you for being patient with me and helping me get through this experience. It has had its ups and downs, but I am a better person because of it. I could not have made it through without the phone calls, text messages, and FaceTimes.

What are your plans after graduation?

Currently staying in Oklahoma City working at a dance studio and performing at Frontier City this summer. Hoping to book a performance job on a cruise ship or with Disney.