Rowing has strong races at Knecht Cup, wins Varsity 8+

The women’s rowing team traveled to New Jersey to compete in the Knecht Cup, a regatta that offers competition for 70 schools from around the country. Tulsa was able to put together six strong races on Saturday before the weather forced races to be suspended until Sunday. Jules Soper, Sarah Palilionis, Elizabeth McCabe, Anna McHenry […]

Drillers open season

Baseball is back in Tulsa… well almost anyways. The Tulsa Drillers opened up their season this past weekend with a road trip against Corpus Christi and San Antonio. In their second season as the double-a affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Drillers will look to improve on their finish from last season, where they […]

Recent events create rifts in US soccer

At the end of March, the United States Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT) filed a wage-discrimination action against the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). The team has achieved a great amount of success in recent years, topped off by their victory in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Through their play and the excitement around […]

Last-minute job fair brings hope to underachievers

At this point in the semester, most students have either lined up a summer job/internship or accepted the slow heat-death of a summer stuck at home. Some others are still holding onto hope of summer employment, but their options grow slimmer by the day as the semester comes to a close and positions become more […]

Pro-life group protests church, everyone soooooooo convinced

Every Sunday for a few weeks, pro-life protesters have been picketing outside of All Souls Unitarian Church, due to the Unitarian church’s stance on abortion. So far, they’ve successfully convinced about half of the congregation that life begins at conception. Head protester Tom Webster was excited about the progress they’ve made so far. “I’m really […]

Second semester senior has 2 weeks to get shit together

“It was probably the most terrifying moment of my life,” said Justine Wills, clutching a career fair pamphlet in his hands. Wills, a second semester senior with a robust 2.3 GPA and vague aspirations toward greatness, is recounting her horrifying realization with a dead look in her eyes not unlike that of an underage trench-warfare […]

Student Association Q&A Session

First, candidates gave summaries of their platforms: Chase Cocking – Treasurer: After having worked on the Financial Allocations Committee (FAC) this past year, he’s passionate about keeping SA’s budget intact. Kaitlyn McKee – Secretary: She has organizational and communication skills that she thinks will aid her in condensing Senate minutes. They are quite long now, […]

10 immediate reactions to Springfest’s super theme

1. Thor Thursday. There was an opportunity to say Thor Thursday and instead SA went with Comic Carnival? I will possibly never be over this. There was a “Captain America Run,” so why wasn’t Thor assigned a whole day? It’s what the day was named after, historically. 2. Superheroes is a theme guaranteed not to […]