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Banned Book Week celebrates the freedom to read

by Camille Rutherford Southeast Campus Editor Banned Books Week was first observed in 1982. In the years since, it has become an annual celebration of the...

1st Thursday! brings sustainability lectures to the Center for Creativity

By Madeline Wells Northeast Editor Sustainable Tulsa’s 1st Thursday! event’s new home is at TCC’s McKeon Center for Creativity. First Thursday is a monthly meeting that...

Editorial: Is water alkalinity beneficial, or just another healthy buzzword?

by Zach Redwood Managing Editor In the recent years, the consciousness of water consumers has shifted from whether or not the water is still or...

A look into the summer transfers of top English Premier League teams

By Dylan Axsom West Campus Associate Editor Tulsa is the sixth best market in the United States for the Premier League, according to the Washington...

Keeping up with the times, new ramen

by Zach Redwood On a cold day in Tulsa, the popular choice of food is slowly changing from a hearty potion of biscuits and...

International students bring cultural perspective to classroom panel

By Jim North Southeast Campus Editor Questions are a gift and curiosity can drive a person anywhere in the world right from where they stand, according...

Honors staff prepares students for 2016 graduation and beyond

By Jim North Southeast Campus Editor Twenty-six graduates will be recognized with distinction by Honors medallions and the designation on their transcripts. The 46th commencement for Tulsa...

CIA serves students academically, professionally, and socially

By Jim North Southeast Campus Editor   Josh Wilson grew up in a military family, moving every few years in numerous states. Now, he invests significant time...

Runyan reflects on theatre career, acting, and growth of department

By Jim North Southeast Campus Editor   Jim Runyan recalls the time when there was no performing arts stage, auditorium, scene shop, costume shop, or lighting and...

Narrative Television Network helps blind watch TV and movies

By Jim North Southeast Campus Editor Introducing preparation to opportunity can secure a life-long friendship with success. Jim Stovall was born and raised in Tulsa. As a...
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