Law School updates stance on the gays

TU Law School to replace outdated “Don’t Say Gay” by law with new “Don’t Be Gay” policy. Tulsa, OK – The University of Tulsa College of Law has come under fire for its recent change in by-laws on the issue of whether it is possible for gays to be lawyers. Dean Oren Griffin answers this […]

Mental Health issues? Best we can do is Pizza

Conscientious campus offers free Pizza as mental health assistance ‘Tis the season once again for students to begin experiencing stress, anxiety and depression. This is due to many factors: midterms, SAD, fluctuating weather, what am I gonna do after I graduate, etc. College students suffer many afflictions and the benevolent TU administration wants to remedy […]

Super Bowl LVII: the money bowl

Sports writer Sam Clayton discusses the gambling and the costs involved in the Super Bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs (38) defeated the Philadelphia Eagles (35) in a thriller to take home the Super Bowl LVII Lombardi Trophy on February 12, 2023. Over 113 million people took time out of their Sunday night to tune into […]

Governing parties largely ignoring protests in Peru

Protest in Peru looms towards stalemate as Peruvian leaders continue to ignore calls for change from their rural and Indigenous population. Peruvian President Pedro Castillo attempted to seize full political control of Peru by decree, and the legislative, judiciary and military levels of government rejected him in December of last year. As a result, for […]

Munich security conference dominated by Ukraine war

The Munich Security Conference is historically a place for countries to meet and discuss events, but this year the looming topic is the state of Ukraine. The Munich Security conference met this weekend and included dozens of heads of state, generals, intelligence chiefs and top diplomats from countries all around the world, the United States […]

SGA elections continue in surprising turn of events

The executive election has culminated in a runoff election and an unexpected violation, delaying the release of results. After no presidential candidate received more than 35% of the student body’s vote, Student Association held a runoff election as the vote remained undecided. All other positions remained unopposed; Carter Dierlam won Vice President, Ben Prugh will […]

Tulsa Farmers’ Market is still thriving in winter

Tulsa Farmers’ Market, located in Kendall-Whittier Square, is an excellent place for students to spend their Saturday mornings close to campus. Tulsa Farmers’ Market is a great place to buy local products and produce, and it’s equally suitable for local businesses to get their products out there. With only a 15-20 minute walk from campus, […]

King Cabbage Brass Band plays a pre-Mardi Gras party

The Oklahoma brass band packed Cain’s Ballroom for an early holiday celebration. Mardi Gras came a little early this year with King Cabbage Brass Band’s show at Cain’s Ballroom. A product of the pandemic, the band blends the signature New Orleans style of music with a diverse array of pop, R&B, hip-hop and funk. The […]

Goldie spotted with younger lab?

Goldie has a new sugar baby in a lab half her age! Leonardo Dicaprio who? Canine ambassador or COUGAR ambassador? Our sources say Goldie took out a young lab pup for a “puppuccino” on TU’s dime. The question that is on everyone’s minds is: who is this new lover and will it last? After a […]