The Collegian sat down with new TU president Dr. Gerard Clancy to learn a little more about his plans for the university.
The results of the national and local elections for office show maintenance of the Republican establishment.
TU student Kaitlyn Counter says she has negotiated with the Center for Student Academic Support for months in an attempt to get assistance for ADHD.
Though our nation prides itself on democracy, someone not voting because they don’t know enough to make an informed decision shouldn’t be frowned upon.
Looking forward to Trump’s time in the Oval Office, Obama’s humor and professionalism in the face of controversy was a gift to the American public.
The Golden Hurricane lost on the road to the Naval Academy on Saturday, most likely knocking Tulsa out of contention for the conference title.
Facebook’s formula for determining trending news will need more time and users’ help to be able to discern real news from fake in the future.
Since college football started last week and the NFL starts this week, we decided to spotlight players from the American Conference trying to make it in the NFL.
TU theater’s latest play is the product of student collaboration with playwright Lee Blessing.
Tulsa Public Schools proposes a school bond to create subsidized housing for teachers.
Thesis exhibitions provide students an opportunity to showcase the culmination of many years of hard work and study. Kyle Blair, Nancy Andrasko and Kalyn Barnoski’s works are exhibited at the Alexandre Hogue Galley in Phillips Hall.