AAC Tournament preview

After finishing off the regular season with a win over USF on Senior Night last Saturday, the Golden Hurricane men’s team were fourth in the conference standings. However due to SMU’s postseason ban for this season, they will take the third seed in the conference tournament next weekend. Before they begin the play in the […]

Women’s team’s season ends in loss to Temple

The Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team advanced through the first round of the American Athletic Conference tournament with a win against Houston, before falling against the No. 3 seed, Temple. Tulsa dominated their first round matchup in the conference tournament. In the first quarter, the game appeared to be competitive, as only three points separated […]

Primary elections identify Zodiac Killer

If you’ve been following politics at all, you’re aware that last week was Super Tuesday. If you’re like me, you were greatly disappointed to discover that it did not involve Clark Kent finally revealing his secret identity to the world, but rather it was just part of a mundane process testing how well Oklahomans can […]

Hipster market to be built in north Tulsa

Many have criticized the city of Tulsa for allowing a “food desert” to develop north Tulsa, a significantly less affluent area of the city, while dozens of grocery stores continue to be built in the southern and more wealthy areas. These criticisms come from the fact that the availability of fresh and affordable food is […]

Things TU does well

1. Closes down all food options over the weekend except for SubWay. Because, of course, students should always Eat Fresh™. 2. Continually increases tuition costs. They also make sure that when they do this they have already successfully nurtured a general atmosphere of apathy within the student populace so they won’t raise any complaints. 3. […]