Fine Bros’ company would set a terrible precedent

Recently, a popular channel called the Fine Brothers (known as Fine Bros) on YouTube released a video explaining its new company: React World. The brothers, Benny and Rafi Fine, are known for making reaction videos where kids, elders and teens watch something popular and share their opinion on it. With the React World company, someone […]

Turning the Tide: A change for the better in college admissions

The Harvard Graduate School of Education recently held an “exploratory meeting” to bring together representatives for college admissions from a variety of different colleges and high schools, including admissions officers, administrators and college guidance counselors. Their goal was to take a critical look at the way admissions are handled at colleges throughout the United States. […]

Trade schools are a viable option for future success

The average cost of attending a university and getting a four-year degree has been increasing steadily over the past few decades. According to the College Board, the average yearly cost to attend a private university has grown to $32,000 a year, and the cost to attend a public university as a state resident has risen […]

“The Drunkard” legacy tinged with touristy affectation

The Spotlight Theatre is tucked along the Arkansas River, hidden on a corner that’s mostly surrounded by houses. It’s a strange little building, built in Tulsa’s typical art deco style with tall, angular walls and a giant, circular window facing the street. A large banner hanging from the side of the building read: “TONIGHT: THE […]

“The Witch” a refreshing contribution to the occult horror genre

The Witch is a story that is almost impossible to modernize, but that doesn’t mean a dozen other films haven’t tried anyway. Slasher flicks in which naive city-folk venture out into—and soon fall victim to—the wilderness require a sizeable suspension of disbelief on the part of the viewer. Thankfully, questions like, “why don’t they just […]

How fast, how furious? A definitive ranking

“The Fast and the Furious” For a series that consistently makes top-ten lists of the highest grossing franchises, The Fast and the Furious has a surprisingly subdued start. Paul Walker plays Brian O’Conner, a cop who goes undercover in a street racing gang, led by Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel). As tends to happen, Brian gets […]

TwentyOne+: Orange Dream

1.5 oz. vodka 1 oz. triple sec 0.5oz. orange curaçao 0.5 oz. simple syrup 2 oz. orange juice 1 oz. egg white 1 oz. cream 0.5 tsp. vanilla club soda orange slice Shake all ingredients except soda over ice until very cold and foamy. Strain into chilled glass and top with club soda until drink […]

Panel discusses the importance of “Jessica Jones” and rape culture

Last Thursday, the University of Tulsa’s Institute of Trauma, Adversity and Injustice and the department of Women’s and Gender Studies hosted a discussion over the Netflix series Jessica Jones and trauma. Dr. Jennifer Airey, associate professor of English, along Jim Scholl (PhD candidate in Psychology) and Carlos Acosta-Ponce (PhD candidate in English) hosted. When the […]

Women’s basketball falters into the final stretch

This week, the Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team faltered slightly, dropping a pair of games to conference opponents. For their first matchup of the week, Tulsa travelled to Dallas to face the Mustangs of SMU. Early on in the game, the Mustangs’ defense was stifling. Tulsa only managed to score 6 points in each of […]