Warning: course materials contain spoilers

To Whom it May Concern, Spoilers are bad. We all know that. Some of us, like myself, go to great lengths to avoid seeing them. My reaction of becoming a nomad in the Sahara desert for a couple months to avoid Star Wars spoilers may have been on the more extreme end of this scale, […]

TU’s opening Symphony Orchestra production a hit

On Monday, October 26, TU’s school of music had the opening symphony orchestra production of the season. Every year, the school of music has a calendar full of events, from September to April. “Unless specified otherwise, all performances [on the School of Music calendar] are held in the Lorton Performance Center and are free and […]

Trump unfit for office

Perhaps no candidate this election cycle has received more media attention than Donald Trump. Often the coverage has been negative, and rightly so. This criticism usually takes one of two forms. First, there are his policies. His policies are a part of no coherent ideology and are often at odds with the facts. Second, there […]

The Prophet: from poem to big screen

The Prophet is an animated film adapted from author Kahlil Gibran’s 1923 collection of poems. Gibran is considered the mastermind behind one of the most influential works of the 20th century. Salma Hayek is actually the producer of this film adaptation, with director Roger Allers— director of The Lion King—by her side. The film features […]

Hurricane win on senior night, fall to Huskies

On Thursday night, the Golden Hurricane women’s soccer team welcomed the Temple Owls to town as their opponent on senior night. The early minutes of the game looked promising for Tulsa, as the Owls had trouble with their passing. However, they quickly fixed that issue, and started to push back to even out the midfield […]

“Next to Normal” displays heart-wrenching reality

The Tulsa PAC’s production of “Next to Normal” awed me with its rapid transitions from drama to humor, sense of colloquialism, challenging notions of love and stellar cast. Following a highly dysfunctional family, “Next to Normal” shows the humorous side of mental disability—only to bring playgoers back to horrifying reality. I laughed at multiple points—in […]

University goths awaken for month of October

Students have noticed something abnormal occurring on TU’s campus. Classes are a little colder. Angsty groans can be heard in the late hours. Whispers of slam poetry linger in the bowels of McFarlin Library. While some might consider these to be everyday occurrences, Sally Peterworth offers another explanation. “At first I didn’t notice anything out […]

Photos from Swing Alley bring jazz to life

“On 52nd Street” is a photography exhibit currently at the Gilcrease Museum. It is a collection of photographs taken by William P. Gottlieb of some of the biggest names in Jazz during the height of the “Golden Age.” 52nd street in Manhattan was the center for jazz in New York City from the 1930s through […]