Last Sunday’s performance had an exciting combination of the inane and the insane.
The new record, “‘Luciferian Towers,’” doesn’t bring back the political field recordings, but the grand tonal quality is still ever-present.
Eowyn Ivey published “To the Bright Edge of the World” on the heels of Pulitzer-nominated “The Snow Child” with Alaska in its heart.
Booksmart Tulsa and TU’s English/Creative Writing program collaboratively hosted Tom Perrotta, author of “The Leftovers” and, recently, “Mrs. Fletcher.”
This year’s rendition of “Creations in Studio K” had all-female choreographers who each gave programs that told their own stories.
The best movie based off a Stephen King novel that we’ve had in a while, “It” carries more charm than scares.
Saturday’s Poetry Symposium included a few authors who discussed their relation to poetry and offered their own workshop techniques.
The Collegian met with two dancers in the upcoming program “Creations in Studio K” at Tulsa Ballet to discuss the art-form in terms of what people think of it and what it really is.
In the Collegian’s final issue last semester, I compiled a short list of albums to be released later that summer and my preliminary thoughts on them. This is the same list with my final thoughts put together.
Wednesday night saw the return of Father John Misty to Tulsa, equipped with a bigger band and no less rambunctious.