Special Collections: Weird and Wonky

Special Collections, up on the fifth floor of McFarlin, is home to a truly special collection brought together by graduate assistants Jennifer Murphy, Amanda Vestal and Hannah Johnson. The “Weird and Wonky” exhibit is a showing of “some of the stranger items” in TU’s collections and will be open from now until March 26. The […]

“Indians Illustrated”: The history-changing effects of the media

Last Thursday, Communication Professor John Coward gave a lecture, a word he admitted incites “fear and perhaps drowsiness,” on his newest book, “Indians Illustrated.” The book falls in line with his primary topic of research, the 19th century depiction of Native Americans. In particular, “Indians Illustrated” is focused on the portrayal of Native Americans in […]

Restaurant mixes Peruvian ingredients with Cantonese cooking

Pachac Peruvian Food opened in West Tulsa last November. The restaurant, located in a strip mall, specializes in chifa cuisine, even though Google labels it as Chinese. Chifa cuisine blends traditional Peruvian ingredients with Chinese Cantonese cooking. The cuisine arose when Cantonese Chinese immigrated to Peru in the late 19th to early 20th centuries. Cantonese […]

The Bleacher Creature

We don’t deserve him at his Bestbrook On Thursday, the NBA announced the starters for the 2017 All-Star game, and for the most part, the selections are pretty defensible. Thanks to a new provision in which fan voting only counts for 50 percent (the other 50 percent being split evenly between current players and a […]

Women’s basketball falls to UConn, knocks off UCF

The women’s basketball team faced off against the top team in the country, the UConn Huskies, who were fresh from breaking their early 2000s record of most consecutive wins in NCAA basketball. The Huskies took an early lead, and outscored the Golden Hurricane in all four quarters to take a 98–58 win. Tulsa found themselves […]

Bagwell, Pudge and Raines enter HOF

Baseball writers are more stupid than you think they are. Okay, maybe that’s not totally fair, but they are disproportionately crotchety old sabermetrics-phobic men who are more concerned with waxing nostalgic about the good ol’ days of yore than appreciating the accomplishments of the stars of the present. This manifests itself most prominently in the […]

Men’s basketball continues conference win streak

Through six games, the Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team boasts a 5–1 record against conference opponents after recording victories this week against Tulane and South Florida. When the Tulane Green Wave came to town, guard Sterling Taplin lead the way with a career high 24 for an offensive explosion for Tulsa. Tulane took a large […]

Men’s tennis upsets Texas

Men’s tennis hosted four matches this week, including two against top-ten opponents Texas and TCU. On Thursday they hosted a doubleheader against Illinois State and Arkansas Pine Bluff. The Golden Hurricane swept both teams 4–0. The doubles partners of Majed Kilani and Or Ram-Harel, as well as Jared Hing and Daniel Santos, are undefeated in […]

Trump arrives to trashed White House

On January 20 Donald Trump walked into the White House as the official sitting president. However, not everything was as he expected it to be. The first thing President Trump noticed that wasn’t quite right was the floor. “It didn’t feel quite presidential.” he told the State-Run Media. “While the tile was quite nice, if […]

Student leads protest from comfort of own home

Jonathan Withens, a senior gender studies major, led a protest against the Trump administration during the inauguration ceremony Saturday, all without leaving his apartment. Withens’ protest, self-described as “a multifaceted attack on fascism,” featured a variety of tactics to express his disapproval of the new president. According to sources, Withens angrily voiced his displeasure to […]