For the first time in recent memory, SA Senate has voted against chartering a group.
Credit for the Stonewall movement should be given to the trans people of color who started it rather than be represented by a fictionalized, white, cis male.
While some people do go overboard, healthiness should never be mocked.
Carly Fiorina’s lack of experience and questionable credentials should merit a look elsewhere.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and presidential candidate Carly Fiorina brings energy to the race.
Pope Francis censured himself according to his audience, creating a nonconfrontational, mostly lukewarm address to the representatives of the American people.
Pope Francis’ new album is a modern and effective method for reaching out to young people and inspiring them to take action.
The Pope’s first single provides inoffensive novelty, but little else in terms of musical merit.
Tulsa’s Brady Theater came alive last Tuesday night as the creatively energetic musical duo, Twenty One Pilots, delivered a lively show accompanied by two openers, Finish Ticket and Echosmith.
With two shutout victories this week against Missouri State and Central Arkansas, the Golden Hurricane women’s soccer team is off to the best start in school history at 6–0.
Tuition at the University of Tulsa is going up. That helps to cover a high operating budget, but also inconveniences some students. This increase follows a 27-year trend.
Pizza and Politics, an event sponsored by the Department of Political Science, recently screened “Paradise Now,” a Palestinian film about suicide bombers fighting Israeli occupation.
“Bright Blue Ow Sleep” is a new album from indie band Frogbelly and Symphony. While the band has some inherent talent, it’s mostly frittered away while they try to do too many things at once.
Sam Beckmann, despite knowing absolutely nothing about graphic design, decides to take at look at presidential campaign logos.