MUSED organization hosted “Phenomenally” with the aim of creating a celebratory venue for women-centric poetry. On Saturday, January 27, MUSED organization hosted an event called “Phenomenally,” based off the famous poem by Maya Angelou. It was located at The Brooksider on 35th and Peoria, and all proceeds from the event went to the Reverse Selfie […]
The Zarrow Center’s new gallery features triptych shots of famous and influential artists, combined with anecdotes from the photographer. “Trendsetters in Triptych” is showcased at the Zarrow Center on MLK Jr and Brady. It is in the “Gallery Prep” room in the back corner of the first floor. I had difficulty finding it myself. A […]
with a perceived rise in sexual assaults on TU’s campus comes an increased efforts to investigate past and prevent future sexual assault cases. Listen up, everyone but especially ladies and members of the trans community! You’re about to be educated on your rights given to you by the glamorous Title IX. On Thursday, November 9, […]
The pop group’s new album, “Red Pill Bles,” makes odd reference to “red-pilling” and is just a generally uninteresting album. “Red Pill Blues” was released on November 3, 2017. It is Maroon 5’s sixth album. Currently, “What Lovers Do” is the most popular song in the album hold #12 on Billboard’s top 100. This might […]
TU professor Mark Lewis’s gallery has been running all month, but context provided by his daughter makes the exhibit even more meaningful.
Northeastern Oklahoma’s biggest haunted house attractions, explained and scored for your convenience.
The Top Ten Freshmen were chosen after an extensive application and judging process. Each student excels in leadership, community service, campus involvement and academics. These are all-star students that represent the best of their class and are very driven and successful individuals. They are sophomores now and you’ll find them around campus leading organizations and over-achieving beyond bounds.
Brett Johnson, previously on the FBI’s most wanted list, came to TU to discuss the inner-workings of the Darknet and how not to become a victim of cybercrime.
Artists Joyce J. Scott and Sonya Clark provide a gallery of quiet and resonant racially-charged pieces.
The Oklahomans for Equality Center hosted “Digital Divas” through September, a diverse gallery that made subtle jabs at gendered topics.