Prestigious global organization xDET will provide a stage for students and faculty to present their pointless ideas.
Student Association recently released new funding guidelines that modernize the process.
Pride, HeadStrong, United Campus Ministry and TU’s Women and Gender Studies program held the event in response to the presidential election and its potential effects on healthcare.
Student Colleen Yoder proposed a successful resolution and caused a minor stir with routine amendment proposals at the recent OSGA Congress.
Canadian communication professor Mark Brewin discusses the questions he was asked and the process he went through for the US citizenship test.
Mayor Bynum was inspired to run for office by his history and Tulsa’s potential.
Evan Osnos, a foreign correspondent in China, gave a lecture and held a Q&A session with students.
The annual Research Colloquium was held March 27-31. Mariah Heck won first place with her research on bark beetle infestations in the Sierra National Forest.
The minor combines a range of topics and promises to bring an emerging field to TU.
The Golden Hurricane wrapped up their spring schedule with the Annual Spring Game. Montgomery was pleased, but acknowledged that more work needed to be done.