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Jose Mourinho’s theatre of nightmares

Student writer Chris Lierly discusses the state of the Manchester United Football Club with a spotlight on the trouble brewing with its manager Mourinho. The position of manager at Manchester United holds a special place in the world of sports. Like head coach for the Lakers, quarterback for the Cowboys or pitcher for the Yankees, […]

The Bleacher Creature

We Dropping Tilted? It’s almost impossible to dislike the Little League World Series, unless you’re also a person who likes to spend their time kicking puppies and ripping the Life Alerts out of the varicose veined hands of innocent grandmothers who have fallen and can’t get up. Even if you’re a victim of the short […]

Tight laces and faster paces

An inside look into the Golden Hurricane Cross Country team and coaching staff for 2018. The Tulsa runner leans forward at the starting line. A legacy, a dynasty of championships weights on their shoulders, and they anxiously await the sound of the gun to signify the race’s start. The starting line for the American Conference […]

Can LeBron or Kawhi stop Boogie, Silver and the rest of the Warriors? graphic by Conner Maggio

Movers, shakers and Lakers

Will Kawhi lead a new team to the promised land? Did Boogie break the league? Is LABron legit? The Bleacher Creature reveals all that and more. News coverage in the NBA offseason typically focuses on superstar free-agent signings, which range anywhere from franchise-altering (think LeBron to the Heat), to league-disrupting (KD to the Warriors) to […]

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New SOPHIE album goes hard as hell

Combining the scrubbed-clean pop of her previous work and a novel sense of vulnerability, SOPHIE’s debut album creates a stunning soundscape. Thanks to SOPHIE, we finally know that it’s okay to cry. The Scottish DJ, vocalist, producer and songwriter kicks off her debut album “OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UN-INSIDES” with the self-affirming “It’s Okay to […]

Local student learned more from Duolingo than flirtatious Parisians. graphic by Conner Maggio

Study abroad student’s life unchanged

A TU student had only a good time in France. As classes begin again and people start to settle back into their lives in Tulsa, there is always one thing to count on: everyone who studied abroad this summer will tell their classmates stories about how the experience changed their entire perspective on the world […]

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“Be The Cowboy” a welcome addition to Mitski canon

Like all good music, Mitski’s “Be the Cowboy” leaves the listener both devastated and hopeful When Mitski sang, “Guess I’m a coward, I just want to feel alright,” I felt that. In her fifth studio album “Be the Cowboy,” Mitski deviates from the indie rock of “Puberty 2,” her last album (and a good one), […]

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Theater Tulsa’s Newsies stops the presses

Theater Tulsa begins its new season with the Broadway cult classic. Theatre Tulsa opened their 96th season this August with their energetic production of the Broadway hit, “Newsies.” The show had such a high production value, with excellent singing, dancing and acting, that it’s hard to believe it was not a touring Broadway production. This […]

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Downtown Tulsa’s new bikeshare a success

The new program provides citizens with a relatively easy ride around downtown Tulsa. Notice anything different about Downtown Tulsa recently? Good, you don’t need glasses yet. This past July, about 150 bikes were stationed in the area by the non-profit Tulsa Bike Share in partnership with Tulsa Tough. The bikes were provided by This Machine, […]

Tulsa Ballet’s “On Your Radar” lights up stage

The Tulsa Ballet illustrated its wealth of talent with a show performed entirely by students. Tulsa Ballet opened their 2018 – 2019 season with “On Your Radar.” This performance exclusively featured Tulsa Ballet II, their pre-professional company. It included two pieces by different choreographers to showcase their dancers. “Omens,” the opening number, was a modern […]