This school year, campus organizations from the student-run SAVE to the Collins Fitness Center have put on anti-violence programs.
Bill would outlaw bilingual education, non-English permit tests, and more.
Common, an award-winning hip-hop and rap artist, spoke Friday about “Greatness,” but not the billed “variety of topics, ranging from social issues and current events to challenges on the horizon.”
How René Magritte, William Hogarth and the Book of Exodus illuminate contemporary satire.
The Golden Hurricane was playing for first in both games this past week. Unfortunately, it fell short and finished in second.
Trey Barnett was suspended last semester for Facebook posts written by someone else. He was never provided with a hearing. Editor-in-Chief Kyle Walker and Managing Editor Conor Fellin report.
Ivan Godinez is an immigrant advocate and highly active with DREAM Act Oklahoma. Ivan came to the United States illegally with his mother when he was 14 from Veracruz, Mexico. Here is his account of his journey from Mexico to Tulsa. This story has been edited for clarity and brevity.
Jennie Wachowski took over as interim director of United Campus Ministries last fall. This semester she has been officially promoted to executive director. Student Writer Kayleigh Thesenvitz reports.
Oklahoma’s House of Representatives currently faces a bill that would allow government officials to be much more selective about which documents the public can view.
Student Writer Vanessa Siemers shares her thoughts on experiencing Thanksgiving in America for the first time as a German international student. She describes her thoughts on the family togetherness and consumption of copious amounts of food that characterize American Thanksgivings.