Student consumes too much pumpkin spice

The beginning of autumn has brought on the first round of exams for the semester at the University of Tulsa. Luckily for students, this season also heralds the return of Starbucks’ beloved Pumpkin Spice Latte. For some, this drink can be a much-needed study aide. But for others the combination of stress and lack of […]

Poetic Justice pt. II: Olympia Jones

Olympia Jones, an inmate at Turley Correctional Center, performed two of her writings at Dwelling Spaces two weeks ago. Through a program at the jail, Olympia was allowed to leave for a few hours to perform her poems for the first time in a public setting. Olympia also has a job at Muddy Paws, a […]

White House announces FAFSA updates, College Scorecard

The US government recently announced the publication of a new government service known as College Scorecard. The scorecard contains searchable information about both public and private colleges throughout the US, and is free to use for everyone. The College Scorecard differs from current rating systems such as US News or The Princeton Review in that […]

Candidate Profile: Ben Carson

Ben Carson’s meteoric rise above other Republican candidates is, at the very least, rather surprising. So far, Carson has set himself apart the rest of the GOP in the primaries in two ways. The first being that Carson is not a career politician. Prior to his candidacy, Carson worked as a neurosurgeon for almost 30 […]

Raw Space: A vision for Tulsa

In 2003, the City of Tulsa approved a “Vision 2025” .6 percent sales tax which led to the creation of many projects, most notably the BOK Center. Now, the sales tax faces its looming completion, and Tulsa City Council has asked whether to renew this tax and what projects to support with it. Scott Phillips […]

TU adopts alcohol amnesty policy

Intending to increase safety, TU has adopted a new alcohol policy that provides academic amnesty to students who require medical attention in alcohol-related emergencies. This amnesty not only includes the person who is in need of medical attention, but it extends to individuals present who seek out medical attention on behalf of an intoxicated person. […]

Football loses close game to No. 16 OU

Both teams showed their offensive mastery, as they combined for 1,361 total yards of offense on 176 total plays. In addition, both squads enjoyed both a 400-yard passer and a 100-yard rusher. Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield had a career day, passing for 487 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for 85 yards and two […]

Fan’s experience at OU

There we were—in the stands for the TU-OU game. The first thing a random fan in blue told us as we casually walked by was, “I brought this towel so I could wipe the tears off of OU fans’ faces.” There was really no reason to expect Tulsa to win on Saturday; OU basically had […]

Soccer falls to Bluejays

For the third time this season, the Golden Hurricane men’s soccer team traveled to play a road game against a top-5 ranked team in the country. This time, their opponent was the Creighton Bluejays, the current No. 1 ranked team in the country. Last season, the Tulsa played the Bluejays, then ranked No. 2 in […]

Volleyball hosts Tulsa Invitational, goes 2–1

On Friday night, Tulsa traveled down Lewis Avenue to play cross-town rival Oral Roberts at ORU. Oral Roberts came into the game with a 5–4 record and was looking to get revenge for the loss handed to them by the Golden Hurricane last year. ORU packed the Cooper Aerobics Center for the match, but Tulsa […]