Many Oklahoma offenders find themselves homeless, which feeds into a cycle of poverty, crime and incarceration.
We asked the deans of each college to nominate outstanding seniors in their fields. The nominees are profiled below.
Instead of Autism Awareness Month, April should be considered Autism Acceptance Month. Many autistic self-advocates consider an Acceptance holiday to be a more progressive step.
The graduating managing editor wonders why TU's students don't care.
The graduating Variety editor says goodbye.
The head propagandist, finally free of the grip of the State, leaves some words of wisdom for her predecessor.
Amy Glasmeier’s “Living Wage Calculator” reveals a terrible shortcoming in Tulsa’s economy.
Last week’s SA Senate elections concluded on Thursday. This spring, nine candidates were up for election. Politics Reporter Brennen VanderVeen and Student Life Reporter Michaela Flonard report on the new senators.
“’71” is a 2014 action thriller based on North Ireland’s Troubles. The film stars Jack O’Connell as a British soldier who gets separated from his squad during the riots and has to survive the night alone.
Satire is meant to criticize and bring attention to a real situation, but Student Writer Hannah Kloppenburg warns that “The Interview” is so ridiculous in general that the casual viewer may not realize how much of the movie’s portrayal of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is actually real.
Political Science Professor Thomas Horne started working at TU in 1983. After over thirty years at TU, Professor Horne plans to retire.