The women’s season ended this weekend, and while their record from this season doesn’t look good, there is a lot to look forward to in the future.
Students look at this year’s successes and failures, hoping to improve the event’s efficiency and marketing.
Students say the boycott, planned for March 8 by the organizers of the Women’s March on Washington, could have unintended negative effects.
Last Saturday, TU Academic Bowl hosted its first event, an on-campus trivia tournament which was open to teams from neighboring universities.
Low enrollment and an increase in housing capacity has incited administration to close off half of Lottie Jane.
A student panel composed of members from the TU Young Democrats, TU College Republicans, Association of Black Collegians and Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity discussed questions about race in America.
Manager Lauren Wagner explains TURN’s motivations and its off-campus inspirations.
David Longstreth removes the guitars and backup singers in favor of deeply thematic, if not clunky, lyrical content on “Dirty Projectors,” the artist’s self-titled seventh album.
TU’s Reading and Writing Club showed off impressive, vivid poetry with a wide range of themes.
Jennifer Latham discusses how the characters in her new novel represent Tulsa’s history.