Star Citizen delivers where No Man’s Sky disappointed

On August 9th, 2016, Hello Games released its much awaited procedural universe exploration game, No Man’s Sky. Since its announcement, players had been promised large faction battles with meaningful impacts, the ability to play a number of different career roles, real-time planetary physics, multiplayer, complete control of landing, alien languages and a virtually infinite amount […]

TU student’s photography exhibited at local coffee house

Emily Steward is a junior graphic design student at TU. Outside of class, she runs the music blog OK Hustle and is a frequent photographer at concerts for local and national artists. Last Thursday, Steward held an open house event for an exhibit of her concert photography at Fair Fellow Coffee at the corner of […]

Tulsa Ballet balances tradition, fresh spirit

The Tulsa Ballet, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, began its season on September 16th with a production entitled Creations in Studio K. The show featured three exciting performances that were written especially for the Tulsa Ballet and which premiered for the first time in the world right here in town. This show was […]

Hillary Clinton reveals secret plan to get elected, then die

Americans were shocked at Hillary Clinton’s recent speech last Saturday in regard to her health. After announcing her plan to die almost immediately after taking office as The President of the United States of America, the Democratic presidential nominee admitted, “I have always considered William Henry Harrison to be America’s greatest president. His glorious precedent […]

BREAKING: Student votes in SA Senate election

In an as-of-yet unconfirmed report, sources say that Jennifer Valdez, a freshman accounting major, cast a vote in the most recent SA Senate election. The election, which determines who represents the student body and decides on important decisions such as funding for organizations across campus, is largely ignored by students. “I’m honestly shocked,” an anonymous […]

Soccer sweeps Tulsa Invitational but falls to OU

Amid a solid start to their season, the Golden Hurricane women’s soccer team went undefeated in the Tulsa Invitational. After opening the season with a win against Central Arkansas, Tulsa headed to College Station to face the No. 11 ranked team in the country, Texas A&M. The Aggies took the lead close to the end […]

Men’s soccer goes on undefeated streak

The Golden Hurricane men’s soccer team rebounded from their season opening loss with a short undefeated spurt. In their first home game of the season, they faced UMKC. The Kangaroos wasted no time to start attacking, and managed to push through on a breakaway in the first minute. Tulsa goalkeeper Jake McGuire came up with […]

The Bleacher Creature

Rafa’s Sad Demise After a successful Olympics in which he took home the Doubles gold along with Marc Lopez, fourth-seeded Rafael Nadal was upset last week in the fourth round of the U.S. Open, losing to 24th seeded Lucas Pouille in five sets. It was a disappointing exit for the Spaniard, but perhaps more sobering […]