Week of Events
Tolerance Poster Show
The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is bringing the traveling exhibit, The Tolerance Project, to the Sooner State for the first time. The Tolerance Project is a collection of posters created by prominent artists around the world. Each work illustrates the word "tolerance" in the artist's native language and visually demonstrates what that word means […]
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.
Join TU's chapter of Every Campus A Refuge for a night of soccer and snacks with the TU-Afghan Cultural Exchange Program. Everyone welcome! For more information about TU-ACE and Every Campus A Refuge, please contact Danielle Macdonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by the Center for Global Engagement.
Note: This event takes place at All Souls Unitarian Church. The Tulsa Race Massacre didn't happen in a vacuum – it was seeded by the racial hatred within local government and media, as well as the white vigilantism condoned by law enforcement. This conversation will explore the politics of Tulsa before the race massacre, and […]
The Moon Festival (also known as Mid-Autumn, Harvest Moon, or Mooncake Festival) is a traditional festival celebrated in China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and other East and Southeast Asian countries. This holiday honors the full moon, which symbolizes prosperity, unity, fortune, and fertility. TU's Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) and Asian American Student Association (AASA) will celebrate […]