Several students, as part of the Green Team, collected discarded recyclables after the last basketball game.
“Day Without Immigrants” and Trump’s most recent policies on immigration were met with controversy.
TU students attended the seventh annual “Take Root” conference on reproductive justice, which focused on indigenous people this year.
USDA’s Community Eligibility Provision program is an opportunity for schools to set their priorities straight by feeding kids first and reducing stigma associated with food assistance.
Service Day is an excellent opportunity for students to engage the community, but its incentives and promotion efforts need to diffuse out to the rest of the year.
The recent reactions from both sides of political media to Donald Trump’s “Sweden comment” are a prime example of how biased news sources are more concerned with opinionating than informing.
The current attempt to sell nine acres of Helmerich Park for development is harmful to the park and the families living close to it.
Southern homestyle restaurant Bread & Butter Kitchen and Bakery is a new hot spot in town for its comforting meals.
Poet and ballerina Rebecca Eland returns to her hometown of Tulsa to read from her newest book.
Raoul Peck’s new documentary provides an inspiring narrative and addresses important issues, but is ultimately a message that students can receive in many other places.