The multi-Tony-Award-winning musical comes to Tulsa this week. Courtesy Celebrity Attractions

“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” in Tulsa this week

The award-winning play will be performed from January 23 – 28, with student discounts available. The 2014 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder,” is coming to Tulsa this week, from January 23 – 28. Celebrity Attractions will put on the performance. The musical revolves around Monty Navarro, who […]

photo by Michaela Flonard

Students uncover cultural identity through masks

Student Association, the Association of International Students and the Multicultural Resource Center collaborated to show off students’ complex identities. If you happen to stop into the Multicultural Resource Center soon, you’ll see a scattering of masks lining the walls. These masks were produced for the Multicultural Identity Mask Project, in collaboration between SA, MRC and […]

photos by Adam Lux

Bleachers concert urges you to your feet

Bleachers, along with opener Bishop Briggs, gave an emotional rollercoaster of a concert. Watching Bishop Briggs literally run back and forth across the stage, as if she had just realized she needed to get ready for a marathon, gave me an energy at the start of the Bleachers concert I didn’t initially have. Bishop Briggs, […]

courtesy Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow

TU celebrates inaugural Native American Heritage Month

SA’s committee for diversity and multiculturalism will host several events in celebration of Native American culture, including a pow-wow. November is designated as National Native American Heritage Month, and for the first time, TU is taking part in this celebration. The celebration has been primarily organized by SA’s committee for diversity and multiculturalism, headed by […]

courtesy Association of International Students

International Carnival a crowded, delicious experience

This year’s iteration of Tu’s International Bazaar Night was a carnival, with a large variety of food and events inspired by international customs and culture. When I mentioned TU’s annual international bazaar night was coming up, my roommate looked at me and said, “The chicken in the green sauce.” My roommate is not crazy, I […]

graphic by Madeline Woods

Male-feminist club tries to buy anime boob mousepads with SA funds

A few self-proclaimed “fmale feminists” are facing opposition in SA against starting their new feminist-focused anime club Recently, SA was forced to not charter a club. The group, headed by Joseph Worlock, was an anime-inspired male feminist club and encountered heat from SA about their true intentions. Worlock begun the club with his two friends, […]

The bake and shark photo by Michaela Flonard

Sisserou’s a vibrant spot in Tulsa Arts District

The restaurant specializes in Caribbean and Cuban food, and while a bit pricey, offers something for everyone. When I tell people from outside Oklahoma that Tulsa actually has a really good food scene, places like Sisserou’s are what I mean. Sisserou’s Caribbean Restaurant is located in the Tulsa Arts District, nestled unassumingly next to the […]