Moderates never stood a chance against Biden and party norms

Party outsiders like Warren and Bloomberg ended their campaigns on their own terms. After the South Carolina primary on Feb. 28, the Democratic primary, which had been so constant since Iowa, changed. It started with Pete Buttigieg dropping out of the race on Sunday. Then Amy Klobuchar did the same thing on Monday. Finally, Klobuchar, […]

TU Winds perform solemnly and in solidarity

The Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Winds groups delivered a transformative show. The TU Music Program presented the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Winds concert — a slight departure of what they are used to doing. Instead of having a list of pieces put together in order to make the show, there was a running theme of […]

Ticket prices with standard prices compared with standard prices at every event. graphic by Emma Palmer

How pricey are TU sports tickets?

Investigative sports journalist Myranda New compares prices for TU sports between men’s and women’s events and with those of other colleges and professional leagues. Calculating the prices for sports tickets is a complex business, one that must take fan interest, supplies and scholarships into account as well as many other factors. Every year, the prices […]

Legislative Digest 3/9/20

The Legislative Digest is your weekly look at the happenings of Oklahoma’s state legislature, upcoming bills and the terms to know. HR1030: This House Resolution aims to declare the Choctaw Nation, located in southeastern Oklahoma, as “the home of Oklahoma’s treasured rivers and lakes.“ The land was a historically valuable region, being one of the […]

CORONAVIRUS: Pence decides who lives and who dies

Trump has promoted his VP to Virus Spreader-in-Chief. Vice Supreme Leader Michael Pence has been named the CEO of Coronavirus, the hot new trend sweeping the globe! Trump came out and made the decision public recently citing the usual amount of logic for his decision. As the nation watched on, Pence gave a speech on […]


Has Biden absorbed the life-force of younger Dems? Who is former Vice President Joe Biden? After Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar dropped out of the race for the Democratic nomination last week, no one has seen either of them. But I, the intrepid student journalist that I am, know the truth. Biden sucked the life-force […]

“STOMP” incorporates several styles of dance and music, blending them seamlessly with comedy. courtesy Steve McNicholas

“STOMP” brings energy and comedy to Tulsa PAC

Dancer Riley Korrell recounts his experiences with the “STOMP” troupe in interview. On Friday, March 6, the international sensation, “STOMP,” came to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. The show is a completely original and unique experience that combines elements of music, dance and comedy to create an ultimately unforgettable performance for audiences. Originally from Maryland, […]

Price hikes to parking passes were announced via email last week. graphic by Emma Palmer

TU’s raising of parking rates won’t solve budgetary issues

The University of Tulsa still charges less than other major Oklahoma universities for parking. Fun fact: parking rates at the University of Tulsa have gone up! Surprise! Passes for the Commuter Lots jumped from $26 to $41, red tag parking lots (dual purpose) for both commuters and residents increased from $101 to $201 and normal […]