TU women’s basketball finishes their season

Sports editor Callie Hummel discusses the first winning season for the women’s basketball program since 2015 and the individual player accolades. The Tulsa women’s basketball season officially came to an end, marking the first winning season since 2015. The program had a major turnaround from previous years thanks to new head coach Angie Nelp, the […]

Baseball needs World Baseball Classic

Sports writer Jude Franco discusses the widespread discourse about the tournament The 2023 World Baseball Classic was everything we could have hoped and dreamt for. Despite its seven-year delay, it was well worth the wait. From nail-biting matchups to displays of good sportsmanship to an electrician striking out the best player in baseball in the […]

TU SA welcomes Jennifer Fierro as their President following a very controversial run-off

Former candidate, Athan Lau found guilty of violations leading to his disqualification and a new runoff. Campus politics have been dominated for the past month by the unexpected events after the first Students Association Presidential run-off of the year. This run-off was quickly followed by multiple judicial hearings and a second run-off that resulted in […]

TU central administration embroiled in hiring controversy

During the last hiring cycle, the administration’s involvement in the law school’s hiring process may have crossed the threshold of discriminatory behavior. Hiring practices at the law school have come under fire recently as university administration has begun exercising an unprecedented influence over faculty hires. Earlier this semester, Professor Johnny Parker of the law school […]

TU finally has an SGA president

After one general election, two runoffs and three election violations, the student body finally has a president for next year. After a month-long election process that included historic election drama, the Student Government Association finally has an official voice to be ignored by administration and delegate the spending of student fees. Jennifer Fierro will be […]

Double the lockdowns, double the anxiety

Classes continued with a potentially armed shooter on campus. With professors on campus who decide to continue classes with a potentially armed shooter on the loose, who is to say that our students can feel safe when going through another situation similar to this one? On March 1, TU’s main campus went on lockdown in […]

The Instagram ally’s manifesto

As a male feminist, I know all the lyrics to “Put Your Records On” I am writing this to tell my story as a middle class cishet white man, who has bravely fought alongside the oppressed when convenient. I am here. I retweet infographics which I do not read. I put confusingly formatted but still […]