Circle Cinema and Magic City Books celebrated the release of “Queen Meryl.” courtesy Hachette Books

Author Erin Carlson celebrates “Queen Meryl” at Circle Cinema

Circle Cinema screened “The Devil Wears Prada” following a discussion of a novel about Meryl Streep’s life and persona. On Saturday, Oct. 5, Magic City Books and Circle Cinema came together to host Erin Carlson, author of the new release “Queen Meryl: The Iconic Roles, Heroic Deeds, and Legendary Life of Meryl Streep.” Magic City […]

The staging and lighting in the performance of “Cats” transformed the PAC with whimsical colors. courtesy Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Classic Broadway show, “Cats,” comes to Tulsa PAC

“Cats” combines goofy lyrics with precise and well-choreographed dances in a lively and entertaining show. The fourth-longest running Broadway show in history, “Cats” returned to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center this past weekend, full of exciting up-and-coming actors and revived with the incredible choreography of Andy Blankenbeuhler, best known for also choreographing “Hamilton.” Blankenbeuhler’s choreography […]

Niconowicz photographed an image of a mountain range on a reciept while in Italy. courtesy Drew Niconowicz

Niconowicz brings bizarre photography to Hogue

The Alexandre Hogue Gallery hosts a show by the traveled photographer whose work combines nature and technology. University of Missouri-Columbia graduate, Drew Niconowicz, visited the University of Tulsa art department on Thursday, Oct. 3. After having earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2016, he proceeded to gain international acclaim for his ongoing photography project […]

Anti-Semitic violence has spurred the increase in security. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

High holidays should be a time of peace instead of fear

Synagogues have had to increase security in recent years due to a rise in anti-Semitic violence. The morning before Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, I received a phone notification cautioning the Jewish community to be safe and aware during the high holiday season and urging synagogues to utilize any means necessary, including armed guards, […]

Judah & The Lion delivered a moving performance of “Queens Song / human.” after explaining the story behind its lyrics. courtesy Judah & The Lion

Judah & The Lion brings energetic performance to Tulsa

Alternative band Judah & The Lion stops at Brady Theater on their “Pep Talks” worldwide tour. The notion of seeing Judah & The Lion live had been hyped up to me by several of my peers in the weeks leading up to their show at Brady Theater. Having been several years since their last stint […]

Ahha housed an exhibit called “The Experience” on the second floor photo by Piper Prolago

Students go behind the scenes for October’s First Friday

Arts management professor, Samuel Krall, leads students on tour of Tulsa Arts District businesses preparing for the Art Crawl. Arts Management professor, Samuel Krall, elevated an already phenomenal monthly event in Tulsa, the First Friday Art Crawl, by providing students with the opportunity to take a behind the scenes tour of businesses and galleries throughout […]

Although Alice is the titular character, she never actually dances during “Project Alice.” courtesy Tulsa Theatre

Portico Dance Theatre performs “Project Alice”

Dancers fused styles, characters and genres in an interpretation of the Lewis Carroll classic. The Portico Dance Theatre celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a revival of its inaugural performance: “Project Alice.” This compilation of dances combines different styles and genres and is based loosely around the characters and plot points of the beloved Lewis Carroll […]

Opa!Homa offered diverse food options, including gyros and Greek salad. photo by Brennen Gray

Opa!Homa festival brings Greek culture to Tulsa

The four day festival offers visitors an experience of Greek food, music and dance. The sounds of the keyboard and mandolins could be heard from streets away. The smell of the gyro and tzatziki permeated all of the surrounding neighborhoods. This could only mean one thing: Opa!Homa! Tulsa’s four-day Greek festival came as a lovely […]

TU junior chairman of national Republican organization

Sheridan Nolan speaks about her recent appointment as Chairman of the Oklahoma Federation of College Republicans TU junior Sheridan Nolan sat down with The Collegian to discuss her recent appointment to Chairman of the Oklahoma Federation of College Republicans. She is the first College Republican Chairman from the University of Tulsa. “My first real political […]

A few books to brighten your day

Local bookworm Tori Gellman returns to The Collegian with more book recommendations. If you’re feeling ORDINARY: “All My Friends are Superheroes” by Andrew Kaufman In this short and charming novel, readers become invested in Tom and his wife, The Perfectionist, who, immediately following their nuptial vows, is no longer able to see her husband. The […]