With the long offseason quickly coming to a close, we take a look at where some of baseball’s biggest stars will play next year.
TU Presidential Scholar, athlete and mechanical engineering senior Kirk Smith was awarded the Rhodes Scholarship for 2017.
Since being elected president of TU’s SVA chapter, Tillotson has made an effort to reach out to millennial veterans.
Despite some missteps, Comfort Creatures and Two Guys & Pie brought good chemistry and character work to their sets.
The additional $221 million for state education should be a top priority for Oklahoma.
Oklahoma should move toward REAl ID compliance with a two-option solution for state citizens.
Capture the Flag, TU’s competitive cybersecurity team, is looking forward to a successful year and an upcoming finals competition in New York.
Not sure which campus coffee shop to go to? A State-Run poet went to each of them, and reported back on which was best for his poetry.
Jennie Wachowski took over as interim director of United Campus Ministries last fall. This semester she has been officially promoted to executive director. Student Writer Kayleigh Thesenvitz reports.
Every month, the Circle Cinema shows silent movies as a part of an ongoing series which celebrates the cinema’s history in Tulsa. This month’s feature was “Safety Last,” featuring one of the three silent geniuses, Harold Lloyd.
When a professor had trouble playing a DVD, her students banded together to shout conflicting suggestions at her, which definitely helped.