TU dining services initiates meal swipe program

Under new program, students can anonymously use the leftover meal-swipes of other students. The meal swipe donation program, innovated by TU student Conner Bender and director of dining services Mike Neal, started in the past two weeks. The program allows students to donate up to five of their guest meal swipes each semester. These swipes […]

Without a desk assistant, more rules are liable to be broken, leaving students without help and buildings without a supervisor. Photo by Raven Fawcett

Student desk assistants losing vital hours

TU is changing the desk assistant position in dorms, which cuts down on student safety and earnings. TU housing is about to undergo some changes. According to Assistant Director of Resident Life Andreya Williams, the department has hired several department assistants who will staff the desk during business hours, allowing students to work from 5 […]

Some schools have food pantries and offer donated food swipes to ensure that their students don’t go hungry. Courtesy Wikimedia Commons

TU should address student hunger issues

While the exact rate of food insecurity among TU students is unknown, TU should consider instituting a meal swipe share program and a food pantry. Going to class is sometimes tough enough, but going to class on an empty stomach, and not knowing where your next meal will be from or if that meal will […]

The crepe, while thin, came with ingredients and a sauce that made it delectable. Photo by Michaela Flonard

For a nice date night, try Keo

Despite being upscale, the portions served at Keo can serve the hungriest patron, and the options available are nothing short of delicious. Keo bills itself as a Thai restaurant, although a variety of cultures find their way into their dishes. The restaurant, which has two locations in the city, is a moderately upscale restaurant — […]

Electronic transcripts

Electronic transcripts can be required by various graduate schools or internship opportunities during your college career, but unfortunately, at the University of Tulsa, those requests have so far been impossible to satisfy. Instead, students are required to send them physically, which can result in a slower receiving time. By next fall, the University of Tulsa […]

Neuroscience minor coming to TU in fall 2018

The College of Engineering and Natural Sciences will offer a minor in neuroscience starting next semester. It will “allow students to gain an understanding of the structure and function of the brain and nervous system,” according to a fact sheet released by the department for the recent Tulsa Time event. It will be both interdisciplinary […]

In 2016, the lines for Springfest events snaked around Chapman Commons demonstrating high turnouts for events other than the concert. Photo by Greg Diskin

SA springs to wrong idea for Springfest

SA cut Springfest to a single concert this year, excluding students who prefer the other events of past years or who don’t like the singer. Springfest this year consists mostly of a concert. Student Association Executive Director Catherine Aaronson confirmed that the concert, featuring Smallpools and Bebe Rexha, will be the main feature of the […]

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Gilcrease engages guests with “After Dark” event

The event showcased the museum’s newest gallery on Norman Rockwell’s work, gave cocktail demonstrations and brought Tulsans of all ages together. Gilcrease Museum every so often hosts “After Dark” events, a chance for the Tulsa community to visit the museum for free, generally with some interactive component and a new exhibit. This past week featured […]