SA’s Senate passes three Government Operations Committee bills

Last Tuesday, November 1, Senate heard four items from GOC, or Government Operations Committee. GOC is tasked in part with writing new rules for SA. Of the four items, only three passed. The first bill establishes public financing of SA elections. Specifically, it allows a candidate to be reimbursed for up to 50 percent of […]

Letter to the Editor, from the President of the Oklahoma Beer Alliance

State Question 792 Overview SQ 782 Breakdown The Oklahoma Beer Alliance has been a longtime supporter of beer modernization, an initiative largely driven by Oklahoma consumers that would allow the sale of cold, strong beer in Oklahoma’s grocery and convenience stores. To help in your decision on beer modernization this election day, the Alliance has […]

The Bleacher Creature

Remember the (Awesome) Name I’m usually not one to put too much stock into fans complaining about their favorite players not getting enough media attention. While some sports certainly get more attention from the major networks, the players that get talked about the most are usually the ones who are most deserving of it. ESPN […]

Cubs finally break century-long curse

We all felt the ground rumble and the buildings shake Wednesday night, right? No, it wasn’t an earthquake, that was the sound of millions of dead North Siders turning over in their graves as the Chicago Cubs, the most historically inept team in the history of American sports, finally ended their 108-year championship drought, hoisting […]

Men’s soccer earns second seed in Conference tournament

The Golden Hurricane men’s soccer finished the regular season on a high note, shutting out the Memphis Tigers 2–0 at home. The game was an even contest throughout most of the game. Neither team was able to create a scoring opportunity that beat the goalkeepers in the first half, sending the game into the break […]

Disc golf club finds early success

This semester, a disc golf club, The Golden Aces, has been formed on campus. Thus far, the club meetings have been informal, organized through a Facebook group. There are small tournaments around the city of Tulsa on every weeknight, and the club has attended some of those when possible. The club recently held a small […]

Golden Hurricane sink Pirates

The Golden Hurricane continued their hot streak beating East Carolina at home Saturday night 45–24. This was their third straight win and their fifth consecutive home win this season. The win put their overall record at 7–2, marking the first time since 2012 that the Golden Hurricane will finish the season with a winning record. […]

Mike Workman should be Oklahoma’s next Senator

Oklahoma’s U.S. Senate race is almost here, and it’s time to remove incumbent Republican Senator James Lankford from office. Lankford’s website describes him as holding high the ideas of “always being accountable, putting others first and keeping Faith in a faithless town.” In practice, Lankford’s work “in a faithless town” has led to some political […]

James Lankford should be Oklahoma’s next Senator

James Lankford has represented Oklahoma in the U.S. Senate since January of 2015. He was originally elected to fill the vacancy left when Tom Coburn stepped down for health reasons. He is now running for a complete term. Oklahomans should vote for Lankford, either for his conservative policies or just to keep Hillary Clinton in […]

Okla. school report cards aren’t worth taking seriously

Oklahoma recently released report cards for schools across the state. The ratings are an A-F scale based on student growth and achievement, with bonuses awarded for a number of school-wide achievements like AP courses and even things like graduation rate. The confidence Oklahoma public education officials hold in these report cards is incredibly low, and […]