Historic Oklahoma City church demolished early last week

Preservationists protest the demolition of the historic Oklahoma City church but were ultimately unsuccessful. On Monday Sep. 26, an iconic Oklahoma City structure was demolished after standing since 1956. Known as the egg church, First Christian Church was torn down within the same day its permit to be destroyed was approved. Sitting at Walker Ave. […]

“Love on the Brain” review

Ali Hazelwood’s new book accurately represents women in STEM. There is nothing better than an engineer and a neuroscientist who hated each other in graduate school being forced to work on a revolutionary project together at NASA where they slowly realize they do not actually hate each other. For her second novel, “Love on the […]

Mexican Modernism and the Philbrook

The Philbrook’s last exhibition included works from Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. In the four years I have lived in Tulsa, OK, somehow I have only made it to the Philbrook Museum of Art for the first time this last month. When my mom came to visit me this semester, I knew it would be […]

Possible uses for now defunct Kendall Hall

There are many different options for what to do with Kendall Hall, but which option is the best? Unless you are horrifically unobservant, you most certainly heard that The University of Tulsa cut the theater degree program, and this year, the doors to Kendall Hall have been permanently closed. Well, except for TUTV; for anything […]

SpaceX plans to bring internet connection to people worldwide with the new Starlink satellite generation. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

NASA calls out SpaceX on new Starlink satellite generation

Covering a list of concerns in a letter directed towards SpaceX, NASA addresses their worries over the introduction of 30,000 new satellites in low orbit. Earlier this year, Elon Musk’s SpaceX submitted an application to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) seeking approval for an estimated 30,000 more satellites to be sent into low orbit in […]

Valentine’s Day reads for all your romance needs

Pick up one of these novels to fill your need for romance this Valentine’s Day. Love is in the air! It’s February, which means candlelight dinners, love potion lattes at 918 Coffee and, of course, adding romance novels to your bookshelf. This is the perfect time to start a novel full of fluff, enemies-to-lovers, angst […]

Netflix will be making an animated TV series based on the comic. courtesy Webtoon

“Lore Olympus” spins modern retelling on mythical tale

Through stunning art and heartbreaking plots, Rachel Smythe has perfectly woven a Greek tale for the modern age. With it becoming increasingly difficult to sneak a few chapters of a book into my daily routine between assignments and meetings, I have discovered the joy of Webtoon, an app full of comics and graphic novels that […]

Banning books also bans acceptance and equality

Oklahoma regresses by proposing a new bill to ban books related to sexuality, race and gender. Across the nation, numerous states are banning large numbers of books that deal with sexuality, gender and race. Especially in Oklahoma, a number of books will be banned at the discretion of parents with children in school. Oklahoma State […]

It’s the perfect time to start compiling your gift list and getting ideas on what to gift others. courtesy Public Domain Pictures

Holiday gift guide to start making your list

Buying or asking for gifts can be stressful, but this guide can give good ideas for any need or person in your life. With the holiday season just around the corner, your mom may have started asking what’s on your Christmas list. Or maybe you’re trying to come up with gift ideas for the other […]

Patients are encouraged to receive a different booster than their original vaccination. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Booster shots authorized for three COVID-19 vaccines

Extra shots are now being administered for those who meet the CDC’s requirements. All three COVID-19 vaccines approved by the FDA have now been approved for booster shots. With the rise of the delta variant this summer, infections and hospitalizations increased, even in those who were already vaccinated, considered breakthrough cases. The vaccine companies were […]