“Pink Season” shows that comedy music is real music

7 February 2017
Ethan Veenker, Student Writer

The newest album from Pink Guy raises the question: What’s the line, if it exists, between “real” music and comedy music?

“Expressions” brings Tulsa together for Black History Month

7 February 2017
Michaela Flonard, News Editor

Various acts, from diabolo yo-yoing to singing, aimed to celebrate African-Americans and their history.

Health at Every Size can change wellness rhetoric

31 January 2017
Nicole Lee, Student Writer

Although fitness discussion tends to focus on pounds and waist sizes, Health at Every Size looks at individual health instead of universal definitions.

Education can help stop blackface before college

31 January 2017
Michaela Flonard, News Editor

An early focus on racial education in Oklahoma would help prevent situations like those at OSU.

The Flaming Lips are back in a pseudo-return-to-style

31 January 2017
Ethan Veenker, Student Writer

2013’s “The Terror” saw a marked departure from style for the Lips, a decision they make steps to rectify in their newest release, “Oczy Mlody.”

Cirque Du Soleil’s “Ovo” makes insects acrobatic

31 January 2017
Kayleigh Thesenvitz, Social Media Manager

Cirque Du Soleil brings their uniquely acrobatic and stylistic storytelling through Tulsa for their newest production, “Ovo.”

Poor production hampers “Footprints in the Dew”

31 January 2017
James Whisenhunt, Commentary Editor

While it had the potential to convey an interesting local whodunit, “Footprints” serves to do little more than frustrate viewers and promote the book it’s based on.

Pianist Krisztina Wajsza brings classical to campus

31 January 2017
Matt Magerkurth, Student Writer

Esteemed pianist Krisztina Wajsza played a slew of classical pieces for listeners in the Lorton Performance Center last Thursday.

TU’s Theatre Department channels Shakespeare for a dystopic retelling of “Julius Caesar”

31 January 2017
Hannah Kloppenburg, Editor-in-Chief

The University of Tulsa’s student theatre hits the road to perform a stylized retelling of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.”

Tulsa creative writers meet to exchange tips, encouragement

24 January 2017
Claudia Conaway, Student Writer

The Tulsa Night Writers meet monthly in a warm environment for mentorship and inspiration.