Wine in Oklahoma? Well, with a little frontier grit …

I was staring down into a metal tub slowly filling with clear red, almost orange wine. After four and a half hours of helping Mike Trower, the proprietor of Gander Way Vineyards and Winery, and his friend Ron put this wine through its paces, I watched as the aromatic liquid was pumped out of its […]

SA charters eSports, Crossfit, Kappa Delta Pi, Blue Thumb clubs

The clubs TU Blue Thumb, Kappa Delta Pi, TU Crossfit and TU eSports have recently been chartered by SA. Blue Thumb TU Blue Thumb has existed for “about a dozen years,” according to Austin Evans, head of the organization. The organization has been reinstated as a chartered club several times in its history. Evans hopes […]

Campus Crime Watch

Mar. 12 7:35 p.m. Officers were dispatched to Chapman Commons for a reported fight between 2 individuals. The fight had happened approximately 2 hours prior to being reported. Upon arrival both parties had left the area. Once contacted, the individuals came and gave their statements. Both parties say that they do not need or want […]

GOC reforms event funding, updates impeachment processes

Student Association’s Government Operations Committee (GOC) has recently passed several bills through SA. These bills affect financing of organizations, impeachment processes and guidelines. GOC recently gained a new chairman in Conner Wurth. A bill affecting secretaries was the first bill passed during his chairmanship. Wurth said this bill intended to “establish clear terms for how […]

Eye on the World

Daughter of Malaysian opposition leader arrested The daughter of imprisoned Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was arrested on March 16. Nurul Izzah, a Member of Parliament, was vocal in her opinion that Anwar’s imprisonment was politically motivated. Nurul Izzah was released the next day on bail, but she may be summoned at any time. Upon […]

SA executive elections approach; United 4 TU gives it a second go

Brennan VanderVeen Politics Writer Michaela Flonard Apprentice Editor SA executive elections are approaching. The elections occur on April 8–9, with a debate occurring on April 6. Executive elections occur each spring for the next school year. The seats open are president, vice president, treasurer and secretary. This year, each seat is contested, which has occurred […]

House bill stirs conversion therapy controversy

Sally Kern introduced House Bill 1598 to the Oklahoma state legislature in January. The bill would legitimize conversion therapy, an umbrella term for treatments and therapies that aim to change the sexual orientation of those undergoing it. One of the bill’s biggest opponents is Toby Jenkins. Today, many know Toby Jenkins as the Executive Director […]

“Strangers to Ourselves” a satisfying comeback

Awaiting a comeback album from one of your favorite bands can be nerve-wracking. Your expectations are just too high, and there are just too many things that could go wrong. The band could just try to sound exactly as they did before, effectively throwing in the towel. Yet another of your heroes has proven themselves […]

Hoot Owl a welcome addition to Kendall-Whittier

Hannah Kloppenburg Apprentice Editor Conor Fellin Managing Editor If you look up 2401 E. Admiral Blvd. on Google Maps, you’ll see a nondescript brick building with boarded up windows bearing a white insignia stating that it is the site for Tulsa Group Meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous. That picture was taken less than a year ago, […]