David Longstreth removes the guitars and backup singers in favor of deeply thematic, if not clunky, lyrical content on “Dirty Projectors,” the artist’s self-titled seventh album.
TU’s Reading and Writing Club showed off impressive, vivid poetry with a wide range of themes.
Jennifer Latham discusses how the characters in her new novel represent Tulsa’s history.
Southern homestyle restaurant Bread & Butter Kitchen and Bakery is a new hot spot in town for its comforting meals.
Poet and ballerina Rebecca Eland returns to her hometown of Tulsa to read from her newest book.
Raoul Peck’s new documentary provides an inspiring narrative and addresses important issues, but is ultimately a message that students can receive in many other places.
“The Painters EP,” released nearly a year after Animal Collective’s last album, “Painting With,” serves as a worthy companion EP.
Despite its unusual premise, XX proves to be yet another flat and forgettable movie experience.
TU’s Russian Club recently screened the 2002 film “Russian Ark,” which explores Russian history in one take.
A set of cynical predictions for the Oscars’ Best Picture category, written by someone who hasn’t seen any of the nominated films.