HallowQueens: a night of spooky delights

The campus event succeeded in bringing the joy of Halloween to everyone on Thursday night. Imagine the combination of a costume party and a drag queen show, that’s what HallowQueens is. It was a night filled with frights, delights and spooky-ooky delights. Although the event started at 8:30 p.m., there was a line wrapping around […]

Sterlin Harjo comes to TU for Presidential Lecture

TU’s Presidential Lecture brought award-winning filmmaker Sterlin Harjo to campus last Wednesday. The University of Tulsa had a special visitor for its Presidential Lecture series at the Reynolds Center on Oct. 19.The visitor for this particular event was none other than Sterlin Harjo, who is perhaps most known for his work as the co-creator of […]

Music and Mayhem with Maddie: an interview with Jon Ginoli

In this weekly column, our managing editor Maddie Walters talks to musicians about their craft. Music and Mayhem with Maddie continues with lead singer and guitarist of Pansy Division, Jon Ginoli. The San Francisco band is lauded as the first openly gay rock band, forming in 1991. Ginoli and bassist Chris Freeman formed Pansy Division […]

The Melvins bring their Five Legged Tour to Cain’s Ballroom

The grunge legends played to a full house with support from Taipei Houston and We Are the Asteroid Known for their impact on the grunge genre, the Melvins are single handedly responsible for introducing Dave Grohl and Kurt Cobain, helping to create one of the most iconic music groups in the history of music. The […]

True Blue Pantry aims to end food insecurity in students

The True Blue Pantry on campus seeks to eliminate student hunger on campus by offering free food to students at TU. Food. We all need it. We all want it. But sometimes, it is a bit hard to come by. Maybe you struggle knowing where your next meal will come from, or you wonder whether […]

Human composting gains traction in the U.S.

Green burials have been legalized in five states amid opposition from the Catholic Church. The phrase “human composting” is not something you hear everyday. It is otherwise known as the “green burial” option that has emerged in five states so far. Washington, Vermont, Oregon, Colorado and now California have legalized green burials. You are likely […]

It’s time society adopted a four-day work week

Society is evolving and so is the workplace. It’s time to stop laboring over jobs for 40 hours a week. As Americans, 40-hour work weeks are the standard if not the minimum amount of time spent on the job. With the majority of daytime hours spent at the office, we often leave family time and […]

Tulsa volleyball looking to bounce back after a rough week

Sports writer Joe McCurdy covers Tulsa’s three previous matchups against AAC’s top competitors. It was a tough week for the Tulsa Women’s Volleyball Team as they went 0-3, failing to secure a victory in any of their matches. After winning their first two home matches, it was going to be an uphill battle for the […]

Navy upsets Tulsa football in week six

The Tulsa loss against Navy comes as a surprise, sports columnist Joe McCurdy writes. Tulsa football took their third straight loss of the season on Saturday, Oct. 8, as they lost to the 1-3 Navy Midshipmen with a score of 21-53 in Annapolis, Maryland. This came as quite a surprise to many as Tulsa had […]

Formula 1 Victory Marred by Controversy

Sports writer Thomas Jackson reports on the most recent F1 race. After a difficult start to the season, 25 -year-old Dutch Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen has sealed his status as the F1 champion this year. This is the second year in a row that the driver for the Austrian team Red Bull Racing has […]