“Tea Time” Explores Soccer, Scotland and “Borat”


University President Sue Thomas welcomed student Beth Hopwood for a recent installment of “Tea Time with Sue.”

Hopwood, a native of Linlithgow Scotland, is a graduate student pursing a Master of Arts in Education after completing her undergraduate degree at Truman in the spring. She recently wrapped up her fifth year as the goalkeeper for the women’s soccer team. Hopwood discussed her journey from Scotland to Truman, as well as the appreciation she has for Kirksville and the friends she has made on campus. She also talked about introducing the film “Borat” to younger teammates.

The entire podcast conversation can be found on the Truman Spotify channel. Follow Truman on social media for video excerpts from “Tea Time with Sue.” The complete video is also posted on the Truman YouTube channel.

Throughout the school year, President Thomas will welcome guests for one-on-one chats that shine a light on the people and things that make Truman the special place it is. New episodes will be announced in the Truman Today as they become available. Guests for “Tea Time with Sue” can be nominated at truman.edu/teatime.
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