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. […]

Women speaking out against local artist

Dozens of women in the Tulsa area have come forward against Scott Taylor with claims of sexual assault. Scott Taylor has been an influential artist in the Tulsa area for many years now. He debuted in 2014 and made an impression with his bold color choices and abstract compositions. However, Taylor has recently begun to […]

Oklahoma to receive settlement from JUUL

JUUL has finally resolved the lawsuits from several states and Oklahoma is set to receive part of the payout. The company JUUL has been under investigation for about two years now for the way that they market their products to a younger audience, mainly teenagers and young adults. Oklahoma is one of 33 states that […]

DNA samples being taken for Tulsa Race Massacre grave identification

New technology can allow the Tulsa Race Massacre victims to be identified, but could be at the expense of other’s privacy. Once referred to as “Tulsa’s dirty secret” by Sen. Kevin Matthews, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre has been an incident of our city’s history often pushed under the rug. Approximately 35 square blocks of […]

Fab Lab Tulsa promoting tech literacy and innovation

Fab Lab Tulsa is a space where people who want to learn skills in software design thinking and machine working can take classes. Fab Lab Tulsa is a non-profit makerspace with an educational mission. Fab Lab (short for Fabrication Laboratory) is a space for independent innovators who are hoping to gain design-thinking skills and improve […]

Queen Elizabeth II, looking at her life and reign

Queen Elizabeth II had the longest reign of any monarch in the United Kingdom and wasn’t even born to be the queen. On Sept. 8, the United Kingdom’s longest reigning monarch passed away at the age of 96. Queen Elizabeth II, having ruled the UK for more than 70 years, died peacefully at her Balmoral […]

TU’s Beautification, Roomba Style

The University of Tulsa’s new campus initiatives leave students with mixed feelings. You’ve heard of the cat condos, now get ready for the TU Roomba. As students returned this year, they quickly noticed some new characters on campus. Over the summer, TU, through RoarkLandscaping, enlisted the service of some Turf-Mower 2000’s from ECHO Robotics. These […]

Tulsa Zoo vaccinates their animals for COVID-19

Now that a vaccine has been developed for animals, the Tulsa Zoo is vaccinating their more at risk animals against the disease. Not only are humans at risk for catching COVID-19, but animals are too. The Tulsa Zoo has begun giving their animals vaccines in order to decrease the risk of them contracting COVID-19 from […]

Artemis space launch delayed

The Artemis project’s inital flight is delayed due to hydrogen leak. The Artemis I launch was expected to happen early last week on Monday, August 29th, but was called off due to an unexpected hydrogen leak in one of the valves. At present, the cause of the leak is not entirely understood, and NASA is […]