Senator Mitt Romney of Utah made history as the first senator in history to vote to remove a president from his own party. courtesy Gage Skidmore/Flickr

Romney makes history in impeachment vote against Trump

After the U.S. Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump, much of the press covered Mitt Romney’s decision to vote to convict. On Feb. 5, the United States Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump on both articles of impeachment. The votes totaled 52-48 regarding abuse of power and 53-47 on obstruction of Congress. This […]

Montana legislator’s comments have no place in politics

The outrageous claim that “socialists can be shot” is a result of current American discourse. The last Friday of January saw a Montana state legislator wreaking havoc with a statement he made during a gathering of state Republican Party members. State Rep. Rodney Garcia raised concerns about socialists “entering our government” and voiced opinions about […]

Ticketmaster’s market pricing exploits fans

Ticketmaster’s policy to increase prices based on demand makes tickets inaccessible to fans. More than likely, as fans of something, we have all been exploited due to the fame of whom we support. The more fame an artist has, the more fans are exposed to exploitation through various activities. Unfortunately, fans and fame are directly […]

ABC honors Orion Levasheff, a passionate member who goes to every ABC meeting and event. courtesy Orion Levasheff

ABC Spotlight: Orion Levasheff, Sophomore

Mechanical engineering student Orion Levasheff enjoys celebrating his roots during Black History Month. “Black History Month is a time for me to show pride in my ancestors and learn more about them,” said Levasheff. “To know one’s history is to know oneself, and others cannot tell you what you are if you know yourself.” The […]

President Levit’s first order: censor Cl*ncy

Although she’s only been in power a week, Levit is already making sweeping changes. It was announced two weeks ago that President Gerard Cl*ncy would be resigning from office and that Provost Janet Levit was taking over as Interim President. Now that Levit has achieved her final form of Supreme Interim Ruler (SIR for short), […]

Rachal flies high above the defense for an attempt at the hoop photos by Tommy Reid

UConn plows past Golden Hurricane

Basketball journalist Hannah Robbins discusses Tulsa’s loss against UConn and the team’s inability to put together plays when it mattered. The Golden Hurricane was planning to add to their six game win streak on Thursday against UConn, but unfortunately the Huskies had one final sucker punch before they left the American Conference: handing Tulsa a […]

Buttigieg walked away from Iowa a potential winner on delegate counts. courtesy Lorie Shaull/Flickr

Bad press follows Buttigieg as the campaign leaves Iowa

Amidst a canned poll and a faulty app, the South Bend Mayor’s poll numbers came at a cost. On Feb. 1, two days before the Iowa caucuses, it was abruptly announced that the final poll by the Des Moines Register would not have its results released. This came after a complaint by a senior Buttigieg […]

Captain Cane addresses an adoring crowd. graphic by Emma Palmer

State of the Golden Hurricane address

Veteran TU sports journalist Hannah Robbins and Sports Editor Brennen Gray deliver an analysis on how TU sports are doing as a whole. After riding a high that allowed Tulsa’s men’s basketball team to beat Memphis and Wichita State, which pushed both teams out of the rankings, Tulsa’s men’s basketball team is almost ranked themselves […]

Late deals traded dozens of players around the league. graphic by Emma Palmer

NBA trade deadline 2020: what went down this time

Student writer Zach Short covers all the last-minute wheeling and dealing in men’s pro basketball. Compared to the drama last summer, this year’s trade deadline week was relatively calm save for a few noteworthy moves. As is in tune with years past, teams moved around role players to assist their superstars as they head into […]