Oklahomans for Equality to host event for LGBTQ youth at Capitol 2 March 2015

Oklahomans for Equality will be hosting an event at the State Capitol to address concerns over Rep. Sally Kern’s conversion therapy bill.

Kyle Crutchfield
Student Writer

Community Calendar 2 March 2015

A calendar of events for this week.

TU hosts TPD, Okla. Bureau of Investigation cyber crime units 2 March 2015

Local and state agencies have cyber crime divisions on TU’s campus and occasionally include students in their work.

Michaela Flonard
Apprentice Editor

Okla. shouldn’t require blood test for marriage license 2 March 2015

A bill that would require a blood test for a marriage license would be ineffective and attract lawsuits.

Brennen VanderVeen
Politics Reporter

“The Vagina Monologues” challenges and rewards with its women’s stories 2 March 2015

Inspired by Dr. Joanne Davis’ Psychology of Trauma class recently produced “The Vagina Monologues,” a play written by Eve Ensler based upon a series of interviews she conducted with women. The monologues cover female genital mutilation, rape, sex, menstruation, masturbation and the stigma surrounding vaginas.

Sam Chott
Web Editor

Basketball beats Tulane, Memphis; Conference set for Sunday 2 March 2015

Tulsa took down the Tulane Green Wave at home and earned a tough road win against the Memphis Tigers on Saturday, retaking first place in the American Athletic Conference with two games left.

Joseph Edmunds
Sports Writer

Men’s tennis beats No. 1 USC in upset fashion 2 March 2015

The men’s tennis team defeated USC in one of its most memorable wins in program history.

Matt Rechtien
Sports Editor

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