Faculty vote: confidence in Clancy, Levit

The faculty voted no confidence 157-44 against President Clancy and 161-41 against Provost Levit. On Wednesday, Nov. 13, 202 out of approximately 344 eligible faculty at the University of Tulsa took part in a motion of no-confidence vote for both President Gerard Clancy and Provost Janet Levit. The results of this vote totaled 157-44 against […]

Bolivian election contested

Former Bolivian president Evo Morales stepped down following military pressure. Last month, on Oct. 20, Bolivia held presidential elections, electing Evo Morales to a fourth term. Questions were raised as to the constitutionality of him standing for a fourth election, but the country’s supreme court ruled term limits to be unconstitutional. According to the official […]

Hong Kong violence escalates

Tensions rise between Hong Kong protestors and police. Pro-Democracy protests in Hong Kong have been going on for months now, and have recently picked up to a fever pitch. This past week Hong Kong has been effectively shut down due to protesters flooding roads and causing havoc on public transport. Universities across Hong Kong have […]

Members of the Saudi Student Association. Left to right: Sondos Alsaati, Dina Binmansour, Sarah Ahmed, Rami Alboqmi and Nasser Alqahtani. photo by Gabe Powell

International Bazaar opportunity for cultural exchange

The event centered around showcasing the people, foods and cultures from countries around the world. Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country. This is just one of many facts attendees learned at the International Bazaar on Friday night. Hosted by the Association of International Students in the Allen Chapman Student Union on Nov. 15, the International […]

Eye on the World 11/18/19

Public hearings begin in Trump impeachment probe The House of Representatives voted to formally open an impeachment inquiry into President Trump, prompting a series of open-door testimonies from Bill Taylor, George Kent, and Marie Yovanovitch that took place last week. On Nov. 12, House Intelligence officials released the schedule for testimonies, officially announcing eight additional […]

Women’s health data collaborative analyzes problems

Emma Swepston from Metriarch, a women’s health data collaborative, talks about the “uncomfortable” subject of women’s health. The George Kaiser Family Foundation founded Take Control Initiative (TCI) to improve access to contraception and reproductive health education. The group expands services to offer equitable access to contraceptive methods that are best for each individual and family. […]

Car accident on campus? Know your next move.

No one likes getting in a car accident, let alone on TU campus. Here’s what do to if it happens to you. Car accidents seem to be a unifying aspect of community on campus, like tests or homework. Student Tyler Cotton said she was sitting in her car in commuter lot last year when somebody […]

Football players arrested on drug, firearm charges

Campus Security officers find a firearm, three airsoft guns and 253 grams of marijuana in two freshman’s dorm room. Late at night on Oct. 30 the Tulsa Police Department arrested two University of Tulsa football players in their dorm room for weapons and illegal substance possession at John Mabee Hall. A strong smell of marijuana […]

Whistleblower identity under scrutiny, House subpoena ignored

Whether or not the whistleblower is revealed would serve as precedent for future cases. Another week has passed in the impeachment process, and events continue to unwind unpredictably. The House announced that on Wednesday, Nov. 13, public hearing will begin with a televised questioning of George Kent, a senior American diplomat, and William Taylor Jr., […]