TU partnered with the Joyful Heart Foundation to screen “I Am Evidence,” spotlighting the high number of untested rape kits in the US. The University of Tulsa partnered with the Joyful Heart Foundation on Saturday to host a private screening of “I Am Evidence,” an HBO documentary film that chronicles the disturbing number of untested […]
The death of a Florida State University student has made college administrators more wary than ever of alcohol-promoting parties. On November 7, State Rep. Todd Russ, R- Cordell, issued a call to all Oklahoma college presidents to stop alcohol- and drug-related parties on campuses immediately. Russ issued his statement following the alcohol-related death of a […]
The 2017 Special Session began September 25, after the Oklahoma Supreme Court invalidated a cigarette fee in August. The ruling left a $215 million hole in the state budget. With the exception of a one week delay in which the state capitol building was under repairs, state senators and representatives have been meeting in Oklahoma […]
North Tulsa recently saw one of its grocery stores close, exacerbating the problem of food scarcity in the area. North Tulsa’s food deserts widened last week as another of dwindling number of grocery stores North of Highway 244 closed its doors. With Gateway Market’s closing, near the corner of Pine and Peoria, three additional square […]
A Twitter account that formats Trump tweets as press releases gives a new perspective to Trump’s presidency in 140 characters or less. My policy for this newspaper is that we try to only write commentary articles that are local and timely. After all we are a student newspaper, so we should focus our attention on […]
Weezer’s a tried-and-true band, so their latest release is bound to have a couple good jams on it, right? 1. Variety Editor Ethan Veenker made fun of me for liking Weezer. I hope there is another “Island In The Sun” or “Beverly Hills” on this album so I can stick my tongue out at him. […]
Have TU’s sexual assault prevention efforts gone too far?: Have TU’s sexual assault prevention efforts gone too far?
Students complain that all this interest in preventing sexual violence is really bumming them out. Many students are applauding the University of Tulsa’s recent efforts renewing their commitment to sexual assault prevention. However, several young men on campus have complained that the revamped policies are discriminatory and severally interfere with their collegiate learning experience. Hugo […]
Comedian Jenny Yang visited TU to give an hour-long set featuring race, politics and even boba tea jokes.
While CSAS promises to provide support for students with disabilities, their process can be so complex and time-consuming that some students leave disappointed.
Reputable online fact-checking service Politifact will partner with the Tulsa World over the next year.