We Are Cherokee: Cherokee Freedmen and the Right to Citizenship tells the story of the Cherokee Freedmen community, from chattel slavery’s beginnings in Cherokee Nation through emancipation, and their fight to be recognized as Cherokee Nation citizens. In partnership with the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, this exhibition is on display in downtown Tulsa at […]
Heller Theatre Company is proud to present the second year of the horror-themed short play program, Hellerween: Shorts to Scare You Shortless! Local actors are invited to audition for roles in these plays. Auditions will consist of cold readings – no preparation or experience necessary! Learn more at https://www.hellertheatreco.com/shorts.
TU students, faculty and staff join the Latin American Student Association for Festival de Flores for fun and food!
The University of Tulsa Department of Political Science is welcoming Paul Rahe to present his lecture, The Rhythm of American Politics and the Crisis of the American Party System. This […]
Main Street: The Lost Dream of Route 66 is an exhibition of photographs by Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer Edward Keating. It is the result of 11 years of travel along Route 66 – the 2,400 mile stretch between Chicago and Santa Monica. Called the "mother road" in John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, Route 66 has […]
Tulsa community join the Center for Global Engagement for TU’s chapter of "Every Campus A Refuge" for a night of board games and snacks with the TU-Afghan Cultural Exchange Program. […]