A letter to TU students from President Gerry Clancy: 17 January 2017

What’s cooking on the hot stove this season 17 January 2017

With the long offseason quickly coming to a close, we take a look at where some of baseball’s biggest stars will play next year.

Justin Guglielmetti
Sports Writer

Kirk Smith wins Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford 17 January 2017

TU Presidential Scholar, athlete and mechanical engineering senior Kirk Smith was awarded the Rhodes Scholarship for 2017.

Michaela Flonard
News Editor

TU student Kate Tillotson awarded Student Veteran of the Year 17 January 2017

Since being elected president of TU’s SVA chapter, Tillotson has made an effort to reach out to millennial veterans.

Trenton Gibbons
Variety Editor

Comedy Parlor improv groups’ hits outnumber misses 17 January 2017

Despite some missteps, Comfort Creatures and Two Guys & Pie brought good chemistry and character work to their sets.

James Whisenhunt
Commentary Editor

Hofmeister’s education budget request should be approved 17 January 2017

The additional $221 million for state education should be a top priority for Oklahoma.

Nathan Hinkle
Student Writer

A two-tier system would be ideal for REAL ID 17 January 2017

Oklahoma should move toward REAl ID compliance with a two-option solution for state citizens.

Brennen VanderVeen
Student Writer

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