Men’s basketball winning streak now sits at five

Defense fuels strong win vs ECU The Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team played solid defense in a road game against East Carolina, leading to a 84–69 victory. The first half was tight, as the teams traded the lead multiple times. Tulsa opened an eight point lead at 21–13, and the rest of the half was […]

Women’s basketball cruises past Cougars, falls to Tigers

The Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team played a pair of conference games this week, splitting the results. For their first game, they travelled to Houston, to face the Cougars. The first half was tightly contested, and neither team could find a way to break off a large lead. At the halftime break, Tulsa led by […]

McCoil and Bourgeois newly signed

Dexter McCoil and Bradley Bourgeois are making a national presence for TU athletics as they have both signed contracts with American professional sports franchises. McCoil last played football for the Golden Hurricane in 2012. A linebacker from Louisiana, Dexter signed with the San Diego Chargers earlier this month. He signed with the Oakland Raiders after […]

Tennis has strong season openers

The women’s team won their first five games before dropping their first match to the No. 5-ranked University of North Carolina team. The men’s team has won three of their first four, knocking off the No. 21 and 36 teams, and losing to the No. 25 team. The women’s team hosted a preseason tournament, the […]

Thunder trying to find balance

On January 22, the NBA announced the starters for the 65th annual All-Star game in Toronto, as selected by fan voting. Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, playing in his final season, and Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, the reigning MVP and burgeoning face of the league, made the biggest noise throughout the […]

TU named Top 25 Military Friendly school

The University of Tulsa was recently recognized, though not for the first time, as a Military Friendly School by Victory Media. For over a decade Victory Media, a Veteran-owned organization, has been offering institutions an opportunity to distinguish themselves in this manner. Furthermore, the University of Tulsa was designated a Top Twenty Five Military Grad […]

“Teach. Live. T-Town.” school bond proposed

A collaboration between Tulsa, Jenks, Union Public Schools and Tulsa Technology Center has produced a proposal known as “Teach. Live. T-Town.” This proposal was presented to the Tulsa City Council as a part of Vision 2025. Vision 2025 was a series of proposals in 2003 to raise the county’s tax rate in order to fund […]

Lack of diversity in Oscars reflects movie industry

Next Thursday, the 88th Academy Awards will air. There’ll be the usual celebrity excitement, some Star Wars jokes, and DiCaprio might finally win an Oscar. There will also be an air of embarrassment. For the second year in a row, all nominees are white. This hasn’t gone unnoticed, of course. Social media is fuming (#oscarssowhite) […]

Pretentious fans damage fanbases

Your favorite band releases a new album. A new game from your favorite developer, another season of your favorite TV show. No matter the medium, you can understand the initial joy of new material from your favorite artists. Then something happens. Suddenly, you’re seeing T-shirts for the band in Hot Topic or Pop! figures of […]