TU and Tulsa community join the School of Art, Design & Art History for an exhibition of artworks by the Tulsa native and TU graduate, Daniel Lang. Upon his death in 2013, Lang donated a large collection of paintings and prints to The University of Tulsa, which have been housed in Special Collections at McFarlin […]
TU community join The Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to celebrate Black history with Black inventors and innovators.
The Tulsa community is invited to join the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at “Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints” exhibition that documents the history and development of the handmade designs and patterns on textiles that originated in Indonesia and were copied and industrialized by Europeans and exported to Africa. The exhibition, curated by Dr. Gifty […]
Save the date! Tulsa Time is an in-person 2-day visit program that helps prospective students envision their life at TU. The program begins on Sunday afternoon and ends on Monday afternoon. TU does not provide overnight accommodations for students. Register online to attend.
The South Asian Student Association and Panda Express are collaborating for a fundraiser. For every TU student who orders a meal on Monday, Feb. 19, SASA will receive a 20% profit from the order. The orders can be placed online, through the app, or in person at the location on 21st and Yale! The code […]
TU Spanish Club meets every Monday at noon in the Oliphant Hall Language & Literature lounge. It’s a laid-back, casual meeting where you can listen and speak Spanish with other learners, native speakers, and professors. Occasionally, there will be Latin-American food provided during the meeting. Join our GroupMe for more information: https://groupme.com/join_group/54461716/yy9TnurV.
TU students join the Wesley Foundation every week to read through books by C. S. Lewis and discuss their ideas. Come and argue (um discuss) with us! We read it there so all you need to do is show up. We just finished Perelandra and we will be voting on our next book at our […]
Join Dr. Donald Prudlo and the Honors College for our Spring lecture series on the Medieval and Renaissance World! It has come to be popularly assumed that the Middle Ages was a time of backwardness, barbarism, and butchery. This lecture will turn that idea on its head. Far from retrogression, the central Middle Ages produced […]
TU students join the International Student Ministries and practice your English in an American Home! Meet in front of the Wesley Foundation at 6:15 p.m. for rides every Monday.