Student Association’s Executive Director of Homecoming Claire Chapman discusses the best parts of Homecoming.
TU Law Alumnus and practicing attorney in Colorado, Daniel Zemke, spoke to an audience about cannabis law ahead of Oklahoma’s 2018 state question.
While CSAS promises to provide support for students with disabilities, their process can be so complex and time-consuming that some students leave disappointed.
Bob Shipley accepted the title of Mr. Homecoming after over 20 years of service for TU.
TU Professor Tyler Moore was invited to talk about potential harms and recommendations in the Equifax security breach.
The CSAS Retention Alert program helps students with potential problems before they get out of hand.
The Top Ten Freshmen were chosen after an extensive application and judging process. Each student excels in leadership, community service, campus involvement and academics. These are all-star students that represent the best of their class and are very driven and successful individuals. They are sophomores now and you’ll find them around campus leading organizations and over-achieving beyond bounds.
Australian leaders debate child terror detention In Australia, politicians have proposed terror legislation that could allow children as young as 10 years old to be held for two weeks without charge. Some politicians say the legislation is necessary, as the Islamic State specializes in recruiting children. Opposition politicians and some charities, such as Unicef Australia, […]
Brett Johnson, previously on the FBI’s most wanted list, came to TU to discuss the inner-workings of the Darknet and how not to become a victim of cybercrime.
Two students and a fluffy dog were relocated last week after a driver accidently backed into a Norman Village apartment. According to campus security reports, a student was backing out of a parking space when they accidentally clipped the car beside them. “Instead of hitting the break, they hit the accelerator, which then forced the […]