Three in a row! Men’s soccer wins third straight AAC title

The Golden Hurricane men’s soccer team has earned an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament with their third straight victory in the American Athletic Conference Championship. In the semifinals, No. 2 seed Tulsa faced the UConn Huskies, the No. 3 seed. Early on, Juan Sanchez scored his second goal of year with a nice piece […]

Men’s basketball falls to Gamecocks in opener

In their first game of the season, the Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team lost to Jacksonville State, a team they would normally expect to defeat. Early in the first half, the game was close, as Tulsa stuck with the Gamecocks. Jacksonville State started to pull ahead late in the first half, eventually getting to a […]

Golden Hurricane outlasted by Midshipmen, fall to second

In a battle of offenses, the Golden Hurricane came just short of beating the Naval Academy in Annapolis over the weekend. With the loss, Tulsa drops to second in the West division, tied with Houston. Navy takes sole possession of the West division and has the easiest path to the American Athletic Conference Championship. The […]

Cross country races at Regionals, takes second and sixth

The men’s and women’s cross country team competed in the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships on Friday afternoon. The men’s team took home second, which earned them an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships, while the women’s team finished sixth. Luke Traynor took the individual title with a time of 30:18.5 — the fourth time in […]

How to not accept the results of the election

1. “Nah man, that’s some shit” 2. “Damnit, I’m moving to [insert country here]. They have [insert government policy or entity]. Plus I hear [insert natural or man-made landmark] is absolutely breathtaking. And boy do I love [insert activity or pastime]” 3. Do The Ostrich! 4. www.undergroundbunkers.com 5. Blame Obama 6. Bush did 11/8 7. […]

 Campus coffee shops rated by poetry written there

With the recent addition of a Starbucks, there are now three places on campus to buy coffee, discounting the Caf, because what they serve is not coffee but rather watered down dirt with children’s’ tears mixed in. I decided to review each of these establishments and figure out which coffee joint is top bean. I, […]

Clancy assumes presidency two months early

Around 4 p.m. on Halloween, President Steadman Upham sent his last email to the student body. Its contents are sure to raise plenty of questions, including whether or not we award Upham for out-Grover-Cleveland-ing Grover Cleveland. In case you don’t check your email, this is what it said: Dear Colleagues, As you know, President-Designate Gerard […]

Student Veteran Association nears completion of new center

Kate Tillotson is the President of the TU Student Veteran Association. She feels that the goal of the group is to “advocate for student veterans on-campus, foster veteran camaraderie and friendship, to create awareness and promote academic success and future employment.” By reaching out to students with events like tailgates at football games, bringing in […]

Poetic Justice spotlights poetry of incarcerated women

Thursday, November 3rd, Poetic Justice held “Poetry & Pie: Poetic Justice Volume II Anthology Release” at Tyrell Hall. The poetry presented at the event came from the new Poetic Justice Volume II Anthology, a collection of the best poetry written by women incarcerated at the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center and Mabel Bassett Correctional […]