Keylon Stokes gets tackled for a safety. photo by Dalton Stewart

Difficult weekend for the Golden Hurricane

After learning that they would be playing without safety Cristian Williams, Arkansas St. handed TU a tough loss. This week has been rough for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. After coming off a career game last week (11 tackles against Texas), Cristian Williams posted on Instagram that his time with collegiate football is over. Tulsa walked […]

photos by Devyn Lyon

Tulsa dominates Missouri

Tulsa cross country emerges victorious in both men’s and women’s races. Coming off a strong showing at the Hurricane Invitational, Tulsa Cross Country had momentum going into their next meet. Saturday, September 15, the men’s and women’s teams traveled to Joplin, Missouri to compete in the Missouri Southern Stampede. The men competed against 34 teams […]

Experts disagree on who will win this year’s Premier League

While predictions seem easier now that the world’s most formidable league is in full swing, Chris Lierly and Andrew Noland came to the rational conclusion that getting paid was better for posterity. Chris: 1. Liverpool FC So this is anything but objective, but Liverpool will win the League because of the most dominant attack in […]

The Bleacher Creature

Justin Guglielmetti is the Bleacher Creature, with Brennen Gray as the Feature Creature. Big Sexy Hey gang, we’re back. I’m sorry it’s been a hot second there, but there have been things to do, places to see, bleachers to creach. Don’t worry though, I promise that I won’t leave you again until the next time […]

Campus climate survey results

TU hosted a community discussion on the survey’s results, revealing the statistics for those affected by sexual assault on campus. The Student Union was pleasantly packed with people this past Friday during lunch time, all gathered to discuss the results of the Campus Climate survey. Dr. Joanna Davis, a professor of psychology, and the co-founder […]

Commentary Editor Emily Every poses with Harvey for a farewell pic. photo by Emily Every

A talk with Harvey: homelessness, faith, redemption

Night Light Tulsa invited The Collegian to converse with Harvey and discuss his life, chiefly about his journey through homelessness. I had been put in touch Harvey to hear his long experience with homelessness and share his perspective on how homelessness continues to affect others. I met up with him last Thursday at a volunteer […]

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Oklahoma governor candidate indicted on murder-for-hire

The eclectic Joe Exotic, equal parts politician and safari zoo runner, holds a few dark secrets. Oklahoma native, zookeeper and previous presidential candidate “Joe Exotic” was indicted on two murder-for-hire charges on September 7. A press release from the Department of Justice alleges he paid an unnamed person $3,000 in November of last year “to […]

Each speaker had a different perspective on the "gap" in healthcare equality, and how to bridge it. courtesy University of Tulsa Events Calendar

TU hosts experts to discuss American healthcare crisis

Six speakers, including President Clancy, took the stage at the Helmerich Center for American Research to discuss healthcare. The University of Tulsa hosted “The Roots of America’s Health Continental Divide,” a speaking event, last Tuesday. It occurred within the Helmerich Center for American Research at the Gilcrease Museum (technically still on the university campus). The […]

YMCA volunteers paint a hopscotch pattern on pavement. photo by Kaitlyn Argo

Day of Caring in Tulsa: a time of service inside and outdoors

The Day of Caring, a Tulsa staple for most of the 2000s, proceeded as usual this year with contributions from TU. This past Friday was the United Way Day of Caring in Tulsa. Day of Caring is a day where various organizations and businesses volunteer around the Tulsa area in different ways for United Way […]