Governor Keven Stitt has faced criticism from the LGBTQ+ community over legislation in the past. courtesy

Governor Stitt prohibits nonbinary birth certificates

Stitt believes his executive order is necessary to protect Oklahoma values. Last November, Governor Kevin Stitt directed the Oklahoma State Department of Health to stop issuing birth certificates that listed the recipient’s gender as nonbinary. Stitt, a member of the Republican Party and still in his first term, stated that his administration never approved the […]

TU will be extending these safety measures through Jan. 28. courtesy

TU extends Temporary Campus Safety Measures

Masks are still required, professors may teach remotely and another 500 students will be tested for COVID-19 in the coming week. The University of Tulsa has periodically updated their COVID stats, informing students weekly of safety measures on campus. With the spring semester beginning on Jan. 10, students remained unaware of just how serious the […]

Down on Riverside, the Gathering Place illustrates the potential natural beauty of Oklahoma, as well as building a canvas for perfect sunsets. photo by Adam Walsh

Gathering Place vs. The Gathering Place

A seemingly selfless charitable project headed by the Tulsa elite attacks a hometown coffee shop What’s the difference between a $465 million dollar park and a small-town coffee shop? Well, not a whole lot apparently. Tulsa’s riverfront park, widely known as Gathering Place, has decided to sue a small coffee shop in Shawnee over name […]

The six Best Study Spots On and Off Campus!

Whether you need a break from home, time outside or want to see Tulsa, there’s a place for you! With the stress and excitement of orientation and starting the semester, you’re probably wondering where all the good spots to study are. Sure, studying in your dorm room is more convenient, but after spending countless hours […]