TU Interfaith Tour brought together students and officials of many different faiths to understand each other’s religions and advocate for coexistence.
With the release of a revolutionary new documentary on his father’s life and career, Yuval Rabin reflects on the nature of leadership and politics around the world.
40-year old Terence Crutcher was shot by Officer Betty Shelby, prompting protest and outrage.
Despite changes, female incarceration rates have continued to rise since 2012, and are now double the national average.
According to reports from friends and loved ones, a TU student returning from a semester abroad really needs to tone it down.
Media coverage of mass shootings often uses subjective language based on race and religion.
Senior Gabriella Pierce founded Pencils for Promise, which aims to raise over $25,000 for a primary school in Ghana. The organization had its first fundraiser last week. Student Life Reporter Michaela Flonard explains.
The Oklahoma Policy Institute will be hosting a discussion about both the state and federal budgets on Jan. 29. Experts from around the state and a Washington Post columnist are scheduled to attend. Politics Reporter Brennen Vanderveen reports.
The University celebrated its annual mandatory Night Light, a celebration of the holiday season and the unlimited power of our Most Valiant Leader.