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.
SexPectations challenged how students discuss sex in their relationships.
International Women’s Day has its origins in the trials faced by working women at the beginning of the 20th century. It continues to be relevant today.
The biggest story of the Premier League this year is the rise of Leicester City and the fall of the top powers.
This past Monday Tulsa Athletic Director Derrick Gragg announced that head football coach Bill Blankenship has been relieved of his duties as Tulsa’s coach after his fourth season at the helm. Sports Editor Matt Rechtien reports.
Regardless of its merit, the government cannot force schools to follow laws that do not exist.