Students look at this year’s successes and failures, hoping to improve the event’s efficiency and marketing.
Students say the boycott, planned for March 8 by the organizers of the Women’s March on Washington, could have unintended negative effects.
Last Saturday, TU Academic Bowl hosted its first event, an on-campus trivia tournament which was open to teams from neighboring universities.
Low enrollment and an increase in housing capacity has incited administration to close off half of Lottie Jane.
A student panel composed of members from the TU Young Democrats, TU College Republicans, Association of Black Collegians and Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity discussed questions about race in America.
Manager Lauren Wagner explains TURN’s motivations and its off-campus inspirations.
Oklahoman legislators proposed several bills meant to give sexual assault survivors more opportunities to mount cases against their attackers. The bills each focus on different aspects of the recovery process: everything from the duties of healthcare professionals in treating victims to the necessity of testing rape kits. Passing these bills requires action on the part of constituents.
While TU has not formally decided how to spend the grant, the new Violence Prevention Program Coordinator, Kelsey Hancock, who oversees the funds, has several ideas to decrease interpersonal violence.
University United Methodist Church Pastor Nathan Mattox discusses the Johnson Amendment and the larger duality between politics and faith.
Students and staff offer insight into whether the Fit Desks started by the TU Riding Network have gotten a return on investment.