Emboldened with a vision of a thriving north Tulsa, TU alumna Ebony Easiley (BFA ’14) is cultivating young community leaders. As the director of operations at Greenwood Leadership Academy, Easiley incorporates technology, citizenship, entrepreneurship and rigorous academics in the classroom.... MORE
Today’s My Take on TU comes to us from Tali Harris, a sophomore Computer Science and Mathematics major from Owasso, Okla. Tulsa is home to a number of unique music venues, each bringing in a different crowd and mood. Here... MORE
Today’s blog comes to us from Tali Harris, a sophomore Computer Science & Mathematics major from Owasso, Okla. Growing up near Tulsa, I never really thought of it as a hip college town. But as I’ve gotten older and Tulsa... MORE
Music, art, architecture, sports. The city of Tulsa has it all! Visit campus and explore Tulsa.
This article was written for the Spring 2016 issue of The Univeristy of Tulsa Alumni Magazine. For more alumni stories, visit TUAlumni.com. Based on research of community needs, TU’s True Blue Neighbors Behavioral Health Clinic was formed to provide an... MORE
The Bob Dylan Archive has been acquired by the George Kaiser Family Foundation and The University of Tulsa and will be permanently housed in Tulsa, under the stewardship of TU’s Helmerich Center for American Research, for subsequent public exhibition in... MORE
Today’s video blog comes to us from Haley A., a junior Communication and Psychology major from Sand Springs, Okla. This past weekend one of my best friends and I escaped the stress of finals at a First Friday event in... MORE
From The Huffington Post: Don’t believe what’s said about cities in fly-over states. Tulsa, Oklahoma has got it goin’ on. With its vibrant food culture, ever-growing art scene and rich history, the oil capitol is bursting at the seams. This makes... MORE