Spooky cocktails to drink alone

It’s about that time of year, again. No, not that time of year, I’m talking about Halloween. It’s time to dress up as your favorite person, thing or emoji, and for partying with your friends, if you have them. I haven’t had friends since third grade and ever since, I’ve been trying to drink that […]

The Bleacher Creature

Taking a Stand Now that Colin Kaepernick is officially starting for the San Francisco 49ers again, perhaps we can dispense with the single stupidest discussion point to come out of the National Anthem kneeling controversy (and that’s saying a lot): the notion that, as a backup quarterback, Kaepernick owed it to his team to shut […]

Life after KD: what’s in store for OKC

It’s the start of a new era in OKC, year 1 AD: After Durant. The loss of their franchise cornerstone, arguably the best scorer in the league and the greatest player in franchise history, will loom over the Thunder like a stormcloud this season, as will the specter of their humiliating loss in last year’s […]

Men’s, women’s soccer share a tough week

Men’s soccer This week, the Golden Hurricane men’s soccer team played their annual derby match against local rival Oral Roberts University. Tulsa controlled the pace of the game in the first half. Twenty minutes in, Munashe Raranje took a beautiful arching shot with his left foot that beat the goalkeeper, giving Tulsa the 1–0 lead. […]

Advocacy Alliance starts conversations with Clothesline Project

Since 2014, TU’s Advocacy Alliance has been hosting the Clothesline Project during Homecoming week. The Clothesline Project, a project started in 1990 in Cape Cod, MA, displays shirts decorated to bear witness to sexual violence. Participants decorate a shirt to tell their story or the story of someone close to them, or to comment on […]

Final presidential debate showcased two futures for America

The final presidential debate was held on Wednesday at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. It was hosted by Chris Wallace of Fox News, who received a lot of praise afterwards for his handling of the debate. It began as the second one had, without a handshake. It was divided up into several segments, each […]

Fatal police shootings rise in Tulsa, decline in Okla.

According to a database compiled by the Washington Post, there have been 776 fatal shootings by police in the United States in 2016. In most months, the number of shootings has been down from 2015, which ended with 991 shootings. However, the overall number is only down by 19 when counting both years from January […]

SA charters TU Mock Trial Team

TU’s newest competitive team comes in the form of the Mock Trial Association. Those pursuing a degree in TU’s College of Law might be especially interested in the association’s competitions, where teams compete in a courtroom setting. The teams are organized into two categories: the “lawyers” and the “witnesses.” Teammates in either category must work […]