Campus Crime Watch

April. 3 Officers were dispatched to possible noise complaint. Upon arrival they discovered numerous students were in possession of contraband, marijuana related items. Some of the items were destroyed by Campus Security and the remaining items were confiscated, logged, and kept for safekeeping in property lockers. 11:30 a.m. Bike Shop staff impounded a mountain bicycle […]

Research Colloquium showcases student projects

From last Tuesday to Saturday, the University of Tulsa hosted its 18th annual Student Research Colloquium. The Colloquium was a chance for a wide range of students to present their research from many subjects, ranging from computer science to mechanical engineering. Graduates and undergraduates alike submitted finished or in-progress works for judging. Most projects were […]

Rep. Kevin Matthews wins Senate primary

State Senator Jabar Shumate resigned his seat on Jan. 6 of this year in order to work for the Oklahoma Federation for Children, a school choice group. He represented District 11, which covers parts of TU west of Delaware. The Democratic primary was held on April 7. Republicans did not field any candidates. State Representative […]

Carlisle Floyd fireside chat provides some insight for outsiders

This past Saturday, the Tulsa Opera hosted “An Evening With Carlisle Floyd” at TU’s Lorton Performance Center. Floyd is hailed as the “Father of Modern Opera” and is well known for works such as “Susannah” and an operatic version of “Of Mice and Men.” “Of Mice and Men” was featured at the Tulsa Opera this […]

NHL preview: Who’s going to win the Stanley Cup?

The NHL regular season has ended and the dust has finally settled over the playoff picture in the National Hockey League. The playoffs start this Wednesday, but let’s take a look at the matchups that will make up the first round. Eastern Conference The New York Rangers, the winners of the Presidents’ Trophy, will take […]

The Bleacher Creature

Inside the head of a goalie During the NCAA men’s ice hockey championship, heavy favorite Boston University lost after an unforgivable blunder by its goalie, Matt O’Connor. With 8:36 left in the third period and a 3–2 BU lead, Providence’s Kyle McKenzie floated a puck into O’Connor’s glove. Unfortunately, a bewildered O’Connor dropped the puck. […]

Hurricane Recap

Golf The women’s golf team finished 12th in a field of 16 at the SMU/DAC Invite this past weekend. Senior Alex Haun finished with a top thirty finish, with a score of 227 for the 54-hole event. The next tournament will be the American Conference Championship this upcoming weekend in Palm Coast, Fla. The men […]

Oilers make playoffs

The Oilers have clinched a spot in the ECHL playoffs with their two wins over Wichita and their overtime loss to Quad City this past week, taking the fourth and final seed in the Central Division. In December it seemed that the Oilers’ season was going to take a turn for the worst. They dropped […]

Spieth wins Masters

After finishing second to Bubba Watson in last year’s Masters, many thought that Jordan Spieth would win one, if not many green jackets sooner rather than later. It turns out, he didn’t have to wait that long. Spieth had a wire-to-wire win at the 2015 Masters this weekend, leading from the end of day one […]