Legislative Digest

The Legislative Digest is your weekly look at the happenings of Oklahoma’s state legislature and the bills and politics you need to know. According to the Oklahoma House of Representatives, the House has finished filing its bills for the upcoming legislative session with a total of 1,733 House Bills (HBs). The Senate, meanwhile, filed 1040 […]

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A handful of podcasts to take with you to 2019

These podcasts can entertain you through work or distract you from school. As 2019 begins, my hunt for new and interesting podcasts continues. After listening to hundreds of hours worth, I’ve got a fair few favorites. I’ll spare you the usual highlights in favor of my favorite, less popular podcasts that need some love. Here […]

The Legislative Digest

The Legislative Digest is your weekly look at the happenings of Oklahoma’s state legislature and the bills and politics you need to know. We’re back at school and the Oklahoma Legislature is back at work, kind of. The First Regular Session of the 57th Legislature began at noon on Jan. 8, according to Oklahoma State […]

Light outage casts Dietler Commons in darkness

Last Sunday, the University of Tulsa Main Campus experienced light outages. The lights by Sorority Row, Sharp Chapel, Bayless Plaza, near the Allen Chapman Student Union, in the West Residential parking lot off of Delaware and more went dark a few hours after sunset. Manager of Electrical and Special Services for Physical Plant Roy Ackley […]

Green the Vote has been a driving force in Oklahoma marijuana petitions. courtesy KOKH

Green in Green Country: a history of marijuana in Okla.

Recent State Question referendums and petitions have enacted a turbulent period of marijuana legislation in Oklahoma. Medical marijuana was recently legalized in Oklahoma, making it the 30th state to do so. After nearly a century of anti-cannabis legislation, the laws and governing bodies of Oklahoma had to revise and create new strategies to deal with […]

Increased kinetic activity and self-pacing are designed to help students in Montessori schools have a more direct say in the direction of their own education. courtesy Flickr

Montessori school opens doors to new thinking

Educational options should grow to meet the diverse needs of students, and Montessori is a welcome addition to Tulsa public schools. The first Montessori school in Tulsa opened this August, generating a fair bit of excitement. Parents and teachers are happy to see a new kind of public school available for children from pre-K to […]

Raven’s declassified res hall survival guide

A Housing Staff member’s insights to help you navigate your new home away from home. Moving into a residence hall is tough. Suddenly, there are people everywhere — you can’t even brush your teeth alone, much less blast your music at midnight like you could in high school. With res hall living comes Housing Staff […]

Worlds revealed at McFarlin Library in “From Beyond the Unknown”

McFarlin’s Special Collections dazzles with its latest exhibit on science fiction, which offers a glimpse into the genre’s fun and sometimes silly past. Robots. Laser guns. The myth that solely-female planets would welcome visiting men. “From Beyond the Unknown” features snapshots of the best and worst from science fiction of the decades past“From Beyond the […]