Tulsa defeats Tulane 50–27 in Homecoming game, snapping three year losing streak 24 October 2016

The Golden Hurricane hosted the Tulane Green Wave for the annual Homecoming game. With alumni, students and parents filling the seats, Tulsa ran all over the Green Wave and won 50–27.

Matt Rechtien
Sports Editor

Advocacy Alliance starts conversations with Clothesline Project 24 October 2016

The Clothesline Project gives a welcome voice to students affected by interpersonal violence and rape culture.

Michaela Flonard
News Editor

SA’s GOC passes bills for apparel, outreach and student governance 24 October 2016

Senate recently passed three bills, one allowing competitive organizations to have funding for apparel, one for a bystander intervention award and one fixing a minor discrepancy in SA’s governing documents.

Brennen VanderVeen
Student Writer

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