Anti-Semitic speech and symbols found in Fisher South

An unknown person left racist language in a stairway in the freshman dorm on campus. On Aug. 27, the co-ed freshman dorm building, Fisher South, was vandalized. The graffiti in the southwest stairwell depicted anti-Semitic symbols and speech. A resident of the building found the graffiti and reported it on Aug. 27 at approximately 10:50 […]

“Serial burglar” strikes at the Muslim Student Prayer House

A man unconnected to TU steals from a campus safe in a string of burglaries against Muslim institutions. On Aug. 24, the University of Tulsa’s Muslim Student Prayer House was robbed. The robbery occurred from approximately 4:08-4:24 p.m. The burglar broke into the office of the building and stole money from the safe. A representative […]

Bolton out of the House On Tuesday, following tension within the administration stemming from the failed Taliban summit at Camp David, National Security advisor John Bolton left his post at the White House. The strained relationship between Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is almost certainly the cause of Bolton’s dismissal. Whether he was fired or […]

How to become a citizen in the United States

Student writer Corina Tampubolon breaks down the process of becoming a citizen in the United States. In light of Citizenship Day on Sept. 17, what’s the exact process of becoming a citizen? The naturalization process has been a dream and a struggle for many. Although the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency leads us […]

Vice President Adrienne Winchester (left), President Paige Hallam (middle) and Secretary Lauren Hill (right) welcoming new students at the Activities Fair. courtesy Women in Business club

Women in Business club celebrate female entrepreneurship

This campus organization promotes women in the workplace by inviting local businesswomen to speak year- round. Sept. 22 will mark National Business Women’s Day, which marks the establishment of the American Business Women’s Association by Hilary Bufton, Jr. The holiday, officially recognized by Congress in 1983 and proclaimed by Ronald Reagan in 1986, honors the […]

Faculty Senate asserts True Commitment violated constitution

TU’s body of 32 faculty members voted that True Commitment should have first passed through them. On Thursday, Aug. 29, the University of Tulsa’s Faculty Senate voted to pass a resolution asserting that the administration violated the senate’s constitution in its rollout of True Commitment. By announcing True Commitment without input from the Faculty Senate, […]

Make a Difference Engineering pitches projects for local children

An on-campus engineering organization proposes designs to help disabled children. On Friday afternoons, dozens of Engineers and STEM majors from various disciplines pour into Stephenson Hall, ready to work on projects for as long as they need to be completed. Both a course for credit and a student organization on campus, Make a Difference Engineering […]

In 2016, 64,070 people died by overdose, 42,249 of whom died from opioids, according to data from the CDC. courtesy Wikipedia

“False marketing” earns Oklahoma $572 million for opioid case

Johnson & Johnson deemed responsible by Oklahoma judge for opioid crisis in landmark case. On Aug. 26, an Oklahoma judge ordered pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson to pay the state $572 million, ruling that the company must take responsibility for the spread of opioid addiction. In court papers, Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter reported that […]

Engineering and Technology Job Fair to take place on Sept. 11

Forty-three companies to reach out to students at the Reynolds Center on Wednesday. The University of Tulsa’s Center for Career Development and Professional Engagement will host an Engineering and Technology Job Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 11 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Reynolds Center. Faculty encourage students to attend and learn more about […]