YMCA volunteers paint a hopscotch pattern on pavement. photo by Kaitlyn Argo

Day of Caring in Tulsa: a time of service inside and outdoors

The Day of Caring, a Tulsa staple for most of the 2000s, proceeded as usual this year with contributions from TU. This past Friday was the United Way Day of Caring in Tulsa. Day of Caring is a day where various organizations and businesses volunteer around the Tulsa area in different ways for United Way […]

Though different ages are lumped together into specific generations or decades of birth, their experiences vary wildly. graphic by Conner Maggio

Generational gaps too large to reflect common experiences

Further division of generations would better represent the technological advancements between them. Should the generations be split into smaller groups than they are today? If you use any sort of social media or barely browse the Internet, you have undoubtedly come across articles and posts stating, “Millennials are killing X industry,” or “Gen Z kids […]

Acclaimed pianist’s master class a learning experience

By making simple adjustments to the music, Kuleshov demonstrated his expertise in a one-on-one, open master class. I sat in for the Master Class for piano, located in the Lorton Performance Center, taught by Valery Kuleshov, a renowned Russian pianist, and it was astonishing. Kuleshov has won multiple prizes, including the Honored Artist of Russian […]

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In “A Simple Favor” nothing is actually simple

The dark comedy keeps audiences on their toes, with plot twists at every turn. “A Simple Favor,” starring Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively, is about a woman named Stephanie (Kendrick) who tries to figure out the disappearance and death of her best friend Emily (Lively). Seems simple right? Wrong. This movie has so many twists […]

A large part of Nathan Young's "Infinite Drone" consists of art on TV screens. photo by Kaitlyn Argo

Nathan Young exhibit a layered experience

There’s more to the exhibit than meets the eye at first glance. From various landscapes to an eye with a rainbow coming out of it, Nathan Young’s exhibit, which uses both visuals and sounds, never ceases to both amaze and startle the viewers. Even though it is located in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery on the […]

The entirety of the diner is bear themed, complete with actual bears. photo by Kaitlyn Argo

Black Bear Diner a tasty addition to Tulsa

The soon-to-open bear themed diner features scrumptious comfort food. Located just south of Woodland Hills Mall on 71st street, the Black Bear Diner doesn’t just serve great food but also a wonderful atmosphere and kind people. With its homey decor and playful music around, you almost forget that you are next to a busy road […]