Open mic without a mic: poetry, music and more

27 April 2017
Ethan Veenker, Apprentice Editor

TU student Tai Igarashi has begun hosting an open mic night at the Phoenix Coffeehouse in Tulsa.

La Roma in Tulsa provides a varied eating experience

27 April 2017
Michaela Flonard, News Editor

Boasting a menu with Italian and Lebanese sections, La Roma is sure to satisfy any wayward desires for variety in food.

Yoga in the Park proves to be an outstanding experience

27 April 2017
Nick Rethford, Apprentice Editor

Yoga in the Park is a good experience for those that are new to yoga or for those who simply want a larger group with which to practice.

Albums to look out for as the summer advances

27 April 2017
Ethan Veenker, Apprentice Editor

One of the best parts of summer is the hodge-podge of artists who compete over having a song designated “song of the summer.” Here’s a list that may help narrow down that endeavor.

Unicorn Club underwhelms but has potential

27 April 2017
Adam Lux, Apprentice Editor

The Unicorn Club was impressively equipped but proved a mediocre experience.

Tidal Shift: the art exhibition comes to Tulsa

27 April 2017
Ruiming Li, Student Writer

Art Werger’s prints prove to be impressive, thought-provoking and grand in scale.

Summer activity recommendations

27 April 2017
Nick Rethford, Apprentice Editor

Check out these summer-friendly attractions to get the full Tulsa experience.

“Your Name:” A Review

13 April 2017
Nick Rethford, Apprentice Editor

“Your Name” was a fun movie with supernatural elements and fantastic characterization.

Gilcrease hosts “Black Bodies”

13 April 2017
Michaela Flonard, News Editor

Dr. Tukufu Zuberi visits Tulsa to host and exhibit “Black Bodies in Propoganda: the Art of the War Poster.”

Father John Misty tackles broad concepts in “Pure Comedy”

13 April 2017
Ethan Veenker, Apprentice Editor

Two years since the groundbreaking record “I Love You, Honeybear,” Josh Tillman creates an album that’s less musically advanced but lyrically outstanding.