Reserve deputy who shot Eric Harris may not have been properly trained.
On Friday, the Circle Cinema hosted a screening of Laura Poitras’ “Citizenfour.” The screening was followed by a Q&A.
The women’s tennis team added to the Golden Hurricane’s conference titles, with a win over the University of Houston in the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
The men’s tennis team made it to the American Athletic Conference championship game, but fell to defending champion South Florida Bulls.
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Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing Katie Thompson addresses TU Athletics’ problems.
The window blinds and motion-sensor lights in John Mabee Hall shouldn’t be used in new buildings or renovation projects.
National Signing Day was last week, and Tulsa got a new class of incoming talent. With the new coach came new struggles, but things are looking up from here. Sports Writer Wade Crawford reports.
“The Invisible War” brings America face-to-face with its national shame: the ongoing epidemic of rape and sexual assault in its armed forces. Editor-in-Chief Kyle Walker reviews.
The Void is hosting its first annual essay contest for the 743rd time as the universe repeats itself endlessly without meaning or change. Please select one of the prompts below and write a response. When composing your piece, please be sure to utilize humor, absurdity and dread in the proper proportions. Editor-in-Chief Kyle Walker and Managing Editor Conor Fellin look forward to examining your essays because they have been predestined to do so.
Sophomore Jeremy Pearsons is completely ignorant of football, pop culture, other stuff you like.