Kendall Hall bathrooms in disrepair

This school is amazing. Being a nationally ranked university, one would think we’d take pride in our surroundings. For the most part we do, with new buildings like Hardesty and an amazing football field. Given our university’s standing, it shouldn’t be too much to ask that when there is a concern over something needing to […]

Processed meat deemed carcinogenic, should be labeled

A recent study by the World Health Organization suggests that a high intake of red meat could possibly cause colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer or pancreatic cancer. Other findings showed the high risk of a carcinogenic effect on those who consume large amounts of red meat. Similarly, processed meat was found to be “carcinogenic to humans” […]

Is there a place for Daylight Saving Time in our lives?

Turn your clock back one hour! Daylight Saving Time (DST) is over! Daylight Saving Time happens every year. You may not notice it if you don’t have a mechanic clock or watch because your smartphone automatically changes on its own. DST occurs annually. It’s a practice of setting the clock an hour forward in the […]

BDSM has positive psychological effects

About a month ago I went to a BDSM dungeon for the Collegian, and I hated it. But I also loved it—the actions I witnessed made me very uncomfortable, but the idea that some folks engage in loving, mutually satisfactory relationships is beautiful to me. After that article was published, I thought it might be […]

Chvrches concert conquers the Cain’s

Chvrches returned to Tulsa last Monday to deliver a wonderful performance at Cain’s Ballroom. Mansionair, a trio from Sydney, Australia, gave the audience an entertaining opening before the main act. Mansionair’s sound was built from the drums up. Each song they performed heavily featured drums, with the next layer being electronic and guitar. Overall, it […]

Roommates becoming like bored married couple

The formerly blossoming roommate relationship of Josephine Tobey and Brenna McKernan is currently on the rocks. “When she comes home, she just goes straight to her computer, sits down, and stays there for the rest of the night. No ‘Hi, Josephine.’ No ‘How was your day, Josephine?’ It’s like I don’t even exist,” grumbled freshman […]

Student goes entire weekend not knowing Tulsa Timer’s name

The university opened up for high school students last weekend in a biannual event called “Tulsa Time.” During this event high school students, called “Tulsa Timers,” shadow a current TU student with whom it is assumed they will form a bond. The State-Run Media spoke with one student, freshman John Piazza, who just said goodbye […]