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All-Black Towns of Oklahoma: An Exhibit at the Zarrow Center

Zarrow Center for Art & Education 124 E. Reconciliation Way, Tulsa

In the early 1900s, there were as many as 50 all-black towns in Oklahoma. Black Oklahomans created spaces to offer safety, opportunity and freedom to their communities. Over the course […]

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Hogue 125 Inspired: Oklahoma Landscapes

Alexandre Hogue Gallery 2930 East 5th Street, Tulsa

The University of Tulsa is excited to celebrate what would have been the 125th birthday of artist Alexandre Hogue, former head of TU’s Department of Art and namesake of the […]

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Early Oklahoma: Black Hope/Black Dreams exhibition

Allen Chapman Student Union 440 S Gary Ave, Tulsa

Early Oklahoma: Black Hope/Black Dreams features the accomplishments of three individuals who had a vision for greater opportunity and equality for themselves and others. Edward (Edwin) Preston McCabe arrived in Oklahoma Territory in 1889. He was experienced in finance, law, land development and politics. McCabe sought a place where African Americans could establish their own […]

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Pow6rful Minds Week

Join TU's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee throughout the week to help end the stigma around mental health.

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Fulton St. Book Fair

DEI Office 3126 E. 5th Pl., Tulsa

TU's Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is hosting a three-day pop-up shop featuring Fulton St. Books. Stop by 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to buy your next great read!

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OBI Blood Drive

Allen Chapman Student Union 440 S Gary Ave, Tulsa

Donate during this two-day blood drive and receive a free Save the Humans alien T-shirt, free admission to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and coupon for a free large Papa John's pizza. Make your appointment online: Wednesday or Thursday

Reading is Fundamental with Onikah Asamoa-Caesar

DEI Office 3126 E. 5th Pl., Tulsa

Onikah Asamoa-Caesar, owner and founder of Fulton St. Books, will share her story and discuss the importance of opening a book store in North Tulsa.

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Apologetics for Lunch study group

Sharp Chapel 2940 East 6th Street, Tulsa

TU students, faculty and staff are invited to a weekly discussion regarding the writings of Christian apologists such as C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, Alister McGrath, Peter Kreeft and Timothy Keller. Free lunch served.

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CAPS Connection Group

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa

Connection Group is a supportive and confidential space for TU students to gain insight, knowledge and skills while exploring new ways of interacting with themselves and others.

Giving Effective Presentations workshop

Allen Chapman Student Union 440 S Gary Ave, Tulsa

TU students are invited to attend a workshop that will provide best practices for giving effective presentations. This educational program will cover effective content, body language and more.

Free

Postponed: Becoming Disabled Book Launch

Zarrow Center for Art & Education 124 E. Reconciliation Way, Tulsa

Note: This event is postponed. Please check back for rescheduling information. In Becoming Disabled: Forging a Disability View of the World, Jan Doolittle Wilson describes how becoming disabled is to forge a new consciousness, one that challenges ableist discourses and systems and creates alternative meanings that understand disability as a valuable human variation. Using an […]

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