Campus Crime Watch

Mar. 30 1:00 p.m. Officers were on routine patrol when they conducted a pedestrian check on a person at the practice soccer field. The person was not affiliated with TU and did not have any warrants or previous contact card with security on record with the communication center. Officers issued the person a trespass warning […]

Phan running for President

Tavis Phan is a junior biology pre-med major running for president. He is currently a senator for the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences. He is also a member of the Student Organization Committee (SOC) and a nonvoting member of the Student Investigative Committee (SIC). As an SIC member, Phan has been able to be […]

House among SA presidential candidates

During orientation week her freshman year, Whitney House first knew she wanted to be a part of SA. At the time, she was only interested in Senate. Now, she is hoping to be elected as President, on the United 4 TU ticket. The ticket is comprised of Lauren Holmes, for Vice President, Grace Doyle for […]

Chorale performs Friday

On Friday, April 10, the School of Music will present the TU Chorale for their spring concert. The event will be conducted by Dr. Kim Childs. When Childs first came to the university, only one choir existed. Due to growth in the choir’s numbers, Childs decided to divide the program into the chamber singers (a […]

Common Sense Action merges with Run for America

Common Sense Action is in the process of merging with Run for America. The two organizations decided the merge would be beneficial due to their similar missions and ideals. The organization will go by the name Run for America. The mission statement of Common Sense Action is, “To bring Millennial voices to the policymaking table […]

University Seminar— a study in improving TU

“It’s sort of a think tank,” is how Dr. Denise Dutton described the University Seminar. This year-long discussion group dedicated to examining challenges facing higher education in general and the University of Tulsa in particular. This year, the seminar focuses on the topic, “What distinguishes a TU education, and how can we make it better?” […]

Faculty diversity measures an uneven success

American universities love to trumpet the diversity of their student body, and the University of Tulsa fits right into this stereotype. A page called “Diversity at TU” on the university’s new website touts the international diversity of TU’s students, who number over 1,000 and hail from over 70 countries. That page makes no mention of […]

TU-hosted gaming expo expands

The Heartland Gaming Expo, the University of Tulsa’s annual celebration of the creation and enjoyment of video games, will be expanding to include a larger venue, industry speakers and booths from national gaming companies, among other things. All of this from an exhibition that started out as a class event a mere three years ago. […]

Tulsa game designer crowdsources game

Debuting at this year’s Heartland Gaming Expo will be a demo of “Top Caster,” a crowd sourced game helmed by local game programmer and producer Matt Harmon. Harmon (whose credits include “And 1 Streetball,” “Terminator 3” and “The Mask”) had been planning on developing a game whose story was based on the culture of live […]