Newman Catholic Center debates ethics of euthanasia

The Rev. Sean O’Brien led discussion concerning the moral implications of physician-assisted suicide. “Death should be a beautiful, good moment,” proclaimed Rev. Sean O’Brien in front of a group of TU students on Tuesday night. Most students in the group had affiliation with TU’s Catholic Newman Center, which sponsored the event. O’Brien’s discussion took a […]

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Special Session budget bill roll-call

The 2017 Special Session began September 25, after the Oklahoma Supreme Court invalidated a cigarette fee in August. The ruling left a $215 million hole in the state budget. With the exception of a one week delay in which the state capitol building was under repairs, state senators and representatives have been meeting in Oklahoma […]

Left to right: Dallas Elleman, Caroline Rodgers, and Conner Bender. courtesy University of Tulsa

TU’s Innovation Fellows near completion of training

The University of Tulsa is preparing to send its first cohort of University Innovation Fellows to Google Headquarters in Palo Alto, California to complete their training. Originating from Stanford University’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school), the University Innovation Fellowship is a program designed to “empower students to become agents of change at their schools”. […]

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SA Updates

Here’s some updates from your friendly neighborhood SA, to keep you updated on what’s going on and what’s planned for TU. Mike Neal, the director of Dining Services, has talked to SA about adding a freezer to the C store to begin selling ice cream. This month is both pride and Indigenous People’s month. For […]

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Science news roundup

Nobel Prizes The 2017 Nobel prize recipients were announced October 3. The physics, chemistry and physiology or medicine recipients are as follows: Physics: Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S, Thorne “for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves.” Chemistry: Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson “for developing […]

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North Tulsa food desert worsens

North Tulsa recently saw one of its grocery stores close, exacerbating the problem of food scarcity in the area. North Tulsa’s food deserts widened last week as another of dwindling number of grocery stores North of Highway 244 closed its doors. With Gateway Market’s closing, near the corner of Pine and Peoria, three additional square […]