Director Taika Waititi (left) played Hitler, the imaginary friend of Jojo, played by Griffin Davis (right). courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures

Satirical film “Jojo Rabbit” proves deeply moving

In a humorous and innovative account of World War II propaganda, the film critiques nationalism. “Jojo Rabbit” had its Oklahoma premiere at Circle Cinema this past Tuesday. The film originally had a limited release starting on Oct. 18 and was later released nationally on Nov. 8. “Jojo Rabbit” is satirical film about World War II, […]

My Chemical Romance welcomed back to the Black Parade

While its members pursued solo careers after the band’s separation, the alternative rock band announced a reunion concert. My Chemical Romance announced on Oct. 31 that they will be having a reunion concert in LA on Dec. 20. The band, which split up in 2013, has been a favorite of emo kids all around the […]

Elton John’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Tour” will come to Oklahoma City in July 2020. courtesy @eltonjohn / Instagram

Elton John announces final tour to visit Oklahoma in 2020

The iconic singer will perform at the Chesapeake Energy Arena before retiring from touring. Elton John recently announced that he will be playing his final Oklahoma show in Oklahoma City. The concert will take place on July 5, 2020 at 8 p.m. Elton John is a singer, songwriter, composer and pianist. In terms of album […]

Hex House disclaims that actors are allowed to, and will, touch visitors during their experiences. courtesy Hex House

Tulsa’s haunted houses offer scares and thrills

Castle of Muskogee and Hex House each offer unique and eclectic experiences to thrill-seeking Tulsans. There are many options in Oklahoma for the adrenaline seekers who love Halloween. My personal favorite would have to be the Castle of Muskogee. The Castle is truly an experience like none other. It’s a Halloween festival that spreads across […]

Matt Maeson is a musician hailing from Norfolk, Virgina. photos by Maddie Walters

Matt Maeson and The Technicolors perform with heart

The two alternative rock/folk rock musicians brought relatable and heartfelt lyrics to the Vanguard. Matt Maeson has been an artist that I have wanted to see in concert for quite some time now. His newest album, “Bank on the Funeral,” released earlier this year in April. His single “Cringe” has gone on to top alternative […]

Martin Scorese’s comments against Marvel movies enraged fans. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Martin Scorsese unfairly bashes superhero movies

The citically acclaimed director argues that Marvel films can’t be considered cinema to the distain of fans. Martin Scorsese, director of films like”Raging Bull,” “Casino,” “Wolf of Wall Street,” “Goodfellas” and the upcoming adaptation of “Killers of the Flower Moon,” recently made the comment that “Marvel films are not cinema.” In a recent interview with […]

Mayhem breaks out on campus as students race with stolen golf carts. graphic by Emma Palmer

Students arrested for playing IRL Mario Kart

The students caused absolute chaos recreating the popular racing game. Chaos broke out on campus last Tuesday as five students stole five university golf carts, allegedly intending to play IRL Mario Kart. The five students went by unnoticed as they stole, or as one student later claimed “borrowed,” the golf carts from the side of […]

Customer service workers endure odd hours, low pay

The University of Tulsa employs many workers in a field nationally celebrated this week. This year, Customer Service Week runs from Oct. 7-11. Customer Service Week is a week to highlight customer service employees and all the crucial work they do for the general public. In 1992, the U.S. Congress announced Customer Service Week as […]

Hader accepted his third Emmy with a shoutout to his co-writer, Alec Berg. courtesy Emmys

Bill Hader wins third Emmy for work on “Barry”

Tulsa-born actor Bill Hader wins “Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series,” continuing a diverse career in television and film. The 71st Annual Emmy Awards took place on Sept. 22, and Tulsa native Bill Hader took home an Emmy for his role in “Barry” after his nomination for “Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.” […]

True Blue Neighbors, located on Sorority Row across from the Allen Chapman Student Union. photo by Madison Connell

Do Something Nice Day arrives Saturday, Oct. 5

An opportunity to volunteer and get to know your peers, this holiday is about sincerity and kindness. National Do Something Nice Day is coming up on Oct. 5. This holiday encourages everyone to perform random acts of kindness for friends or strangers. This could be as simple as buying someone’s lunch or volunteering with an […]