Eye on the World 4/6/20

Two dead in France after knife attack prompts terror inquiry French authorities have officially opened a terror investigation following a knife attack on April 4, which left two dead and five wounded. The attack took place in the southeast region of France, at a small shop located in Romans-sur-Isère, near the city of Lyon. The […]

A CGI rendering of the coronavirus with the the world transposed on it, representing the overtake of coronavirus. courtesy peter-gamal/pixabay

US compared to the world on COVID-19

As the U.S. surpasses other countries for the highest amount of confirmed cases, we are lagging behind in testing internationally. The COVID-19 pandemic is arguably the most significant epidemiological event since the 1918 Spanish Flu. Different countries at different stages of outbreak have handled the pandemic in dramatically different ways. On account of that, it […]

Medical technician and airman 1st Class Rachel Tucker is one of the members of 56th Medical Group facilitating coronavirus screenings. courtesy Senior Airman Alexander Cook

Scientists research the origins of coronavius and a vaccine

Rumors circle around COVID-19, but much is still unknown about the novel virus. COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, is an infectious respiratory illness that attacks the lungs and is spread easily among the public. According to Science Daily, it originated from Wuhan, a city in China and on Dec. 31, Chinese authorities “alerted […]

TU restricts access to campus housing

Amid concerns of coronavirus, TU required students to move off campus and detail plans for housing and dining refunds. After an email from Interim President Janet Levit on Thursday, March 19, students who lived in on-campus housing had only 29 hours to pack their necessities and leave campus. Access to students’ residences, and any belongings, […]

How is Campus Security equipped?

Campus Security boasts 28 officers who are each equipped with a sidearm, handcuffs, pepper spray and an expandable baton. The University of Tulsa’s Campus Security is a sizable force for a campus this size. Every day, students can see officers in vehicles, on bikes and walking about campus to do their job of keeping all […]

Parking pass prices to increase for first time in 13 years

Per a university-wide email, the University of Tulsa is changing the price of parking permits to help resolve the financial deficit. Last week, the University of Tulsa sent out a mass email titled “Student News” that announced a change to the rates for parking passes, the first time since 2007. While this was sent as […]

The Super Tuesday states pictured with who won the state, with the total number of delegates available listed. graphic by Sara Serrano

Biden wins every county in Okla. Democratic primary

Joe Biden won 10 of the 14 Super Tuesday states, now leading the total Democratic delegates ahead of Bernie Sanders. With only seven months to go before the general election, it’s peak presidential primary season. Last Tuesday, residents of 14 states — including Oklahoma — and one U.S. territory went to the polls to vote […]

Alyssa Milano, one of Harvey Weinstein’s accusers, popularized the term “Me Too” when she told people to post the phrase on social media if they had ever experienced sexual harassment. courtesy Wikimedia

Harvey Weinstein charged with first- and third-degree rape

The case that sparked the “Me Too” movement is finally coming to an end after media mogul Harvey Weinstein is charged on two counts. Harvey Weinstein used to be known as one of the most prolific and powerful executives in Hollywood. Today, his name conjures up images of scandal, abuse and maltreatment of female coworkers […]

Meet your Student Association candidates

Staff Writer Lindsey Prather asked Student Association candidates a series of questions before the upcoming Student Association vote. SA Executive elections will take place on Harvey. They will be live from 9:00 a.m. on March 11 to 9:00 p.m. on March 12. President Faith Nichols Why are you running for SA? I want to be […]

International Women’s Day celebrates firsts at TU

From struggle to success, frustration to determination, women have fought for equality. International Women’s Day on March 8 is a day not only of focusing on the past achievements made by women around the world but also of looking toward the future. Though there have been some tremendous changes over the several decades, the fight […]