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Golden Hurricane bowls over Bulldogs

Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti discusses the Tulsa men’s basketball team and their 74-52 victory over South Carolina State University. Coming off a season-opening win against Alcorn State, the Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team welcomed the South Carolina State Bulldogs into the Reynolds Center on Saturday and came away with another commanding victory at 74-52. DaQuan Jeffries […]

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Chiefs’ Mahomes an emerging star QB

NFL expert Lindsey Prather details the rising talent in professional football that is Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has had a record-setting season this year, following another fantastic game against the Cleveland Browns on Nov. 4. Mahomes was 23-of-32 for 375 yards, with three touchdowns and only one interception in […]

Grand Prix continues with NHK Trophy

Figure skating expert Hannah Robbins discusses the competition in Japan for the NHK Trophy this weekend and the standings for the Grand Prix Final, which is the halfway point in the Grand Prix Series. The Grand Prix Series continues this week in Hiroshima, Japan with the NHK Trophy. This competition is the fourth of six […]

Askin (left) received half the prize money; Morou (mid) and Strickland (right) split the other half. courtesy Nobel Media

2018 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to laser innovators

Physicists Arthur Askin, Gérard Morou and Donna Strickland were jointly awarded the prize. Lasers were the theme of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2018. The prize was awarded jointly to three people whose work in developing ways to manipulate lasers has opened up new areas of study in medicine and microbiology. One half of […]

Eye on the world

Anti-corruption activist dies from acid attack in Ukraine Anti-corruption activist Kateryna Handzyuk died last Sunday after undergoing 11 operations for acid burns. Handzyuk had been investigating police graft and political corruption in Kherson when a man doused her in sulphuric acid outside her home last July. From her hospital bed, she called for investigations into […]

Oklahoma poverty rates rise above the national average, with black people being the most affected group. courtesy Oklahoma Policy Institute

Oklahoma Policy Institute reveals 2017 poverty stats

The new statistics reveal that complex forces are driving up poverty rates in Oklahoma. Last week, the Oklahoma Policy Institute, a non-partisan think-tank that assesses the impact of state level policy, issued its yearly report on statistics concerning poverty in Oklahoma. The statistics come from the United States Census Bureau’s Survey on the American Community […]

TU Institute of Trauma seeks participants in nightmare study

TITAN is investigating nightmares caused by traumatic experiences and PTSD. Caitlin Paquet, a trial coordinator at The University of Tulsa Institute of Trauma, Adversity and Injustice (TITAN), is helping conduct studies on adults who experience nightmares following a traumatic event in their life, called the Nightmare Treatment Studies. The outcome of the study is predicted […]