The Void essay contest: responses

Adam Lux: Discuss No! Discourse is exactly the mechanism of our demise. Discussion leads to intermixing of ideologies which in turn causes transmutation of actions, (which in and of itself is active in origin and occurrence) slowly accelerating the entropy of the universe. I dare to argue that it will be those who speak, and, […]

Women fall to Bulls and top-ranked UConn

After being on their best win streak since 2006, the women’s basketball team traveled to USF to take on the Bulls, only to fall 79–46. Head coach Matilda Mossman said, “We just couldn’t score. We held them scoreless in the first four possessions, but then we couldn’t score either.” Tulsa only shot 28 percent from […]

The biggest moves of the NBA trade deadline

The NBA trade deadline came and passed on Thursday and it was the biggest one in recent memory. A huge amount of players were traded and many teams will feel a shift in culture due to the trades. Some teams traded only for specific role players to help with a strong playoff push, while others […]

The Bleacher Creature

I hope this isn’t a trend Last week, I mentioned how NASCAR could grab attention only from fights and crashes. I proceeded to bash the NFL for media coverage on its woman-beating ways. Now NASCAR has joined the party by suspending driver Kurt Busch after a hearing involving domestic violence. Admittedly, I wanted to tear […]

Hurricane Recap

Softball splits in Waco Softball traveled to Waco, Texas, for the Baylor Invitational this past weekend. In the opening games the 25th-ranked Golden Hurricane played 2nd-ranked Oregon and 7th-ranked Baylor. The Ducks and Bears proved to be more than a match, with Tulsa dropping the first two matches 4–2 and 2–0 respectively. The Hurricane rebounded […]

2.2 billion people are watching … are you?

The Cricket World Cup attracts the third highest global collection of television viewers behind the FIFA World Cup and the Summer Olympics. Why is cricket so popular? The Cricket World Cup is currently taking place in Australia and New Zealand. Yes, the game that we typically refer to as, “it’s like baseball, right?” Baseball draws […]

Tip of the iceberg: the life of a student athlete

Clean jerseys, the smell of popcorn in the air and the fans starting to arrive. This is typically what is seen of a student athlete; the glory of a win and the dismal loss in defeat. However that is only one part of a student athlete’s life. Being a student athlete for the past three […]