See me after class

See Me After Class is a weekly column where a different professor reveals their variety favorites. Dr. Boris Dralyuk is a presidential professor of English and Creative Writing in the College of Kendall Arts & Sciences. He is a critic, poet and translator who has taught Creative Writing and Poetry Writing courses on campus. He […]

OKSO Tulsa: A Storytelling Event

A night full of emotional, hilarious and true stories. Friday night, the Living Arts building in downtown Tulsa opened its doors for the OKSO Tulsa storytelling event. OKSO Tulsa is an amazing event where anyone 18 years of age or older is invited to listen to the true stories of others related to the night’s […]

Opening day for Tulsa Farmers’ Market

Tulsa Farmers’ Market is officially in the spring season. Tulsa Farmers’ Market, located in Kendall Whittier, held its opening day market last Saturday to welcome its 27th Spring season. This was the largest opening market, with 85 local businesses selling crafts and produce. For the past few months, the Tulsa Farmers’ Market has been working […]

Boone: One-hit wonder?

Benson Boone’s newest album is set to release early April. The 21-year-old pop singer-songwriter released his newest song “Slow It Down” on March 21 along with an announcement for his next album “Fireworks & Rollerblades” set to release April 5. Benson Boone originally started his career as a contestant on American Idol after shocking judges […]

‘Damsel’ movie: No knight needed here

The Netflix original film attracts viewers with a damsel in distress who can save herself. The Netflix Original “Damsel” starring Millie Bobby Brown was released on Friday, Mar. 8 giving viewers a new look at a damsel in distress with no man to save her. The movie takes place in a fantasy world with royal […]

Suit up for the Career Fair

Stand out and be yourself during the spring semester Career Fair. It is that time of the semester when The University of Tulsa organizes a large-scale Career Fair for students to gain experience, find opportunities and connect with major employers. All students are encouraged to go as TU does its best to fill the fair […]

The Lunar New Years Festival was extraordinary

The annual Lunar New Year Festival hosted by the Asian American Student Association, Vietnamese Student Association and many more departments on and off campus was a wonderful and fun success. Students had the opportunity to learn about their fellow classmates’ celebrations and culture through performances, food and activities such as lantern decorating and playing Bầu […]

TU Celebrates Black History Month

The event-filled month of February is in full swing thanks to ABC and other TU departments. The University of Tulsa’s Association of Black Collegians has planned a month full of events for Black History Month. Although the first week of fun and insightful events has ended, ABC still has more events to share with the […]

Top four tips and tricks for Halloween costumes

There is nothing scarier than spending $100 at Spirit Halloween. Halloween is next week and it is time to scramble for that perfect costume. From shopping for every piece to building your costume from scratch, this spooky holiday gives everyone the chance to tap into their creative side. As college students, it is safe to […]

TU campus is full of pride

The annual TU Pride Week is upon us, take a look at the events going on this week. This week on campus, the annual Pride Week will be taking place. Previously organized and hosted by the Student Government Association, Pride Week is full of events that allows the student body to celebrate our LGBTQ+ community. […]