Corey Henderson had trouble finding daylight against Tulane. Photos by Dalton Stewart

Golden Hurricane survives OT thriller

After taking down cellar-dwelling USF on the road, the men’s basketball team came back from a double-digit deficit to topple Tulane and maintain their top-four conference seed. Emboldened by a big win over SMU, the Golden Hurricane rolled into Tampa, Florida, looking forward to a much easier matchup against lowly USF. Though they didn’t play […]

Women’s basketball snaps losing streak

After blowing a big lead over SMU, the Golden Hurricane finally earned a win with an upset at home over Houston. The Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team completed their two-game road trip with a visit to SMU in Dallas on Wednesday night. Early on, the game looked good for Tulsa. The offense was rolling in […]

World’s best athletes gather in Pyeongchang

For the next two weeks, the world’s premier winter sports athletes will compete for gold and glory at the Olympic Games. Rejoice, sports fans: the XXIII Olympic Winter Games are finally here. U-S-A! U-S-A! The Olympics always carry an air of importance, but the Pyeongchang Games carry a special kind of weight. This marks the […]

The Bleacher Creature

LeBron’s last stand Just when it looked like the Eastern Conference might finally be freed from its seven-year subjugation under the LeBron James dictatorship, the Cleveland Cavaliers made a series of monumental roster moves at the trade deadline to reestablish themselves as favorites to make the finals. In the span of 12 hours they changed […]

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Dr. McClendon takes on role as director of counseling

Director Michael McClendon discusses plans for the future of TU’s counseling. For many students on campus Dr. Michael McClendon is a well-known and trusted confidant. For many more an introduction is necessary. Recently promoted to director of counseling following the retirement of TU’s long-time director Dr. Tom Brian, McClendon has a long list of new […]

Oklahoma legislative session began Feb. 5

Prepare for the 2018 legislative session by reading up on what’s ahead. The Oklahoma legislative session began February 5, and work has started on fixing the issues at hand. The major focus at the beginning will be on bills that are specifically marked Emergency. For example, Senate Bill 1 addresses a current issue with Oklahoma […]

‘FISCH,’ TU’s preparation for renewed accreditation

TU faculty and students engage in “campus-wide effort” to fulfill the criteria of the Higher Learning Commission. In March, the Higher Learning Commission will visit TU to determine the university’s accreditation status. This is no particular secret, and TU has been frank in its wish for both faculty and students to work together in “a […]

Eye on the World

SpaceX successfully launches rocket in Florida Elon Musk’s private company SpaceX successfully launched one of its most powerful rockets on Tuesday. Named “Falcon Heavy,” it was the first step to the company’s ultimate goal of colonizing Mars, according to the SpaceX website. The rocket’s success was particularly notable because, unlike other rockets, the Falcon Heavy […]

Legislative Digest

The Legislative Digest is your weekly look at the happenings of Oklahoma’s state legislature, upcoming bills and the terms to know. Legislature continues to move slowly, as all government does. Here’s a look at what’s happening before and up to bills being passed or passed over. HR1022: This bill recognizes February 7, 2018 as Rose […]