Student Maureen Haynes elected state delegate

5 April 2017
Kayleigh Thesenvitz, Social Media Manager

Freshman Maureen Haynes discusses her position with the Democratic Party of Oklahoma and encourages fellow students to get involved.

Mock excavation teaches class reality of archaeology

5 April 2017
Michaela Flonard, News Editor

During the Research Colloquium, students from Dr. Odewale’s class held a mock excavation for visitors to witness.

Professor awarded for achievement in social justice by YWCA

5 April 2017
Alex Garoffolo, Student Writer

During her acceptance speech, Professor Janet Levit discussed how implicit bias negatively affects everyone’s social and professional lives.

Professor Smith hopes lawsuits can bring funding to Okla. schools

5 April 2017
James Whisenhunt, Commentary Editor

With a new court makeup and a 30 percent cut to public education over 10 years, Yale National Initiative Planning Director Dr. Elizabeth Smith wants to start a conversation on how the judicial branch can intervene in the situation.

Swilling case appealed to the 10th Circuit Court

5 April 2017
Kayleigh Thesenvitz, Social Media Manager

A 2014 sexual assault case involving a suspended basketball player and perceived negligence on the part of the University is in its second trial at the 10th Circuit Court.

SA passes three dining resolutions based on recent student survey

28 March 2017
Brennen VanderVeen, Student Writer

The resolutions concerned Chick-fil-A and Benvenuto’s, requesting the locations stay open later and expand their menus.

Majority of senior class embroiled in mass email list

28 March 2017
Kayleigh Thesenvitz, Social Media Manager

The mass email chat went from harmless fun to hateful speech, drawing strong responses from students and administration.

SA charters DigiCo (Digital Arts Collective) club

28 March 2017
Amy Cairns, Student Writer

The club will allow students, art majors or not, to learn and create digital art and collaborate with other students.

Clancy receives award for medical education from UVA School of Medicine

28 March 2017
Alex Garoffolo, Apprentice Editor

President Clancy received the award for his work to reduce the differences in life expectancy between north and midtown Tulsa.

TU hosts, wins Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

28 March 2017
Amy Cairns, Student Writer

The competition involved teams of students from eight colleges working as an IT firm for a mock business.