Northeastern State University will increase the number of President Leadership Class scholarships awarded to incoming freshmen each year. The President’s Leadership Class scholarship will be awarded to 20 incoming freshmen in the fall 2018 semester and will increase to 25 over the next two years. The expansion will allow for a more comprehensive scholarship experience for student leaders.

In the fall 2018 semester, incoming members of the President’s Leadership Class will receive more than $5,000 per semester for four years for housing, tuition and foundation support.

“The President’s Leadership Class is among the very best student aid programs in the state in terms of length (four years) and total value,” said NSU President Steve Turner. “By increasing the number of leadership scholarships over the next two years, we are demonstrating our commitment to meet our state’s need for highly skilled college graduates.”

Applicants for the President’s Leadership Class should display outstanding leadership capabilities and must have an exceptionally strong academic record. High school seniors are required to have an ACT composite score of 20 or higher for consideration. Applications are available online at Scholarships.NSUOK.edu.

Tulsa Town Hall Presents

Rudy Maxa on March 23rd
The Eight Most Common 
Mistakes Travelers Make

Rudy Maxa hosts the country’s most widely syndicated weekly radio travel show, Rudy Maxa’s World. He is an American consumer travel expert whose writings and television shows have been instrumental in saving time and money for thousands of travelers. Mr. Maxa’s enthusiasm for travel is expressed in nearly 100 television episodes on great destinations of the world, which have earned several Emmy Awards.

Win two free tickets! Visit Tulsa Lifestyle at 
facebook.com/TulsaLifestyle and enter the drawing.


 Do you have a product or service that you would like to promote in a retail setting but don’t have the time or money to invest in a storefront? Or do you currently have a store and are thinking of downsizing? The Market at Walnut Creek provides space in a beautiful retail setting that allows you to set up your business and showcase your service and products, while the staff at The Market will take care of the sales and leads for you. Customers can enjoy shopping the indoor ‘stores and designer showcases’ and also enjoy lunch in The Nook Bistro. The Market is located in south Tulsa at 81st and Harvard. For more information call 918.492.3500.


“The Best Party in Town,” as it is often called, is a lavish evening to revel in fine dining, lively dancing and plenty of surprises. This event will be held at the Cox Business Center on March 24th from 6:30-11:30 p.m. All Carnivale proceeds benefit the Mental Health Association Oklahoma’s housing programs, among other services. Carnivale supports the fight to end homelessness, especially for our veterans. The work of the Association has been at the forefront of this mission for decades and continues to make strides to provide housing, educate the public and remove the stigmas of mental illness. Carnivale 2018 will capture the relentless spirit of a WWII-era victory celebration. Be prepared to set sail on the voyage of a lifetime with a crew of amped up Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy-style performances and a victory celebration to support those confronting mental illness and homelessness—particularly our veterans. Dress code: Black Tie. Visit BestPartyInTown.org.

Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show

March 8-11, 2018 | River Spirit 
Expo at Expo Square

The Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show is where you check off your home improvement list! Oklahoma’s LARGEST home and garden products trade show has more than 500 exhibitors, offering everything you need for your home improvement project. It is THE home improvement event of the year and one that you don’t want to miss! TulsaHBA.com


Theatre Tulsa hosts its annual party to announce the company’s exciting 96th season, on March 29. The event, benefiting Theatre Tulsa, will feature cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and live musical entertainment from some of Tulsa’s most talented actors. Dress code is Business Casual and starts at 6:30 p.m. and lasts until 9:30 p.m. Individual tickets are $25. Held at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St. Visit TheatreTulsa.org for more info.



Gathering on March 30-31, at the Helmerich Center for American Research Center (in the Gilcrease Museum), “Displacements and Migrations” coordinates university and community scholar/activists, archivists, curators, and librarians to consider this topic from a variety of perspectives. This interdisciplinary conference engages diverse research approaches, applications, and means of communication/delivery/format, and is designed to share ongoing research and applied scholarship, publicize the rich resources housed at the Gilcrease, University of Tulsa and other regional repositories, and nurture relationships between the University, Gilcrease Museum and community groups.