Debating a right to our campus

High schoolers create discomfort and inconvenience on campus. Hordes of teenagers invaded campus on Thursday and Friday, particularly plaguing the Allen Chapman Student Union. Dressed in tight pantsuits and pubescent arrogance, they ran around like ants, infesting spaces that were meant to be filled with sweatpants and young-adult anxiety. I felt underdressed waiting in line […]

The Weekly Yak

Cut the cameras, our 1 hour of coming-of-age moment is over and, not for the first time, I wish the conspiracy theorists were right about it launching us into the end times. It is, however, the end of my GPA, the end of the beginning of enrollment period and the end of available apartments for […]

Tulsa dukes it out with the East Carolina Pirates

Sports editor Jaralynn Tammi Morellano says the Golden Hurricane had some rough battles. The University of Tulsa’s softball team entered a series of games against East Carolina University on Friday, April 12. Both teams went toe-to-toe in a three game series, both taking a victory in the first two competitions. The Pirates’ Emma Jackson was […]

Toast: A slice of Tulsa’s brunch

The best is yet to crumb at Tulsa’s newest brunch spot. Flipping onto the Tulsa brunch scene, Toast offers a tantalizing menu that tests the limits of culinary experiences. Toast opened on their new 11 Street location, right next to the Cosmopolitan Hotel, on March 10. Their extensive four-page menu offers selections from lemon blueberry […]

OKSO Tulsa: A Storytelling Event

A night full of emotional, hilarious and true stories. Friday night, the Living Arts building in downtown Tulsa opened its doors for the OKSO Tulsa storytelling event. OKSO Tulsa is an amazing event where anyone 18 years of age or older is invited to listen to the true stories of others related to the night’s […]

School shooter’s parents sentenced to prison

After repeated inaction from the Crumbleys, prosecutors argue fault lies with the whole family. The parents of a 17-year-old school shooter have been sentenced to at least 10 years in prison. Last Tuesday, a crowded courtroom listened to Judge Cheryl Matthews as she sentenced Jennifer and James Crumbley. “These convictions are not about poor parenting,” […]

TU students build plane ‘Los Cielos’

The aircraft took to the skies in Van Nuys, California this weekend. Senior mechanical engineers Keri Sharp, Ethan Smith, Kellen Moreland, Blake Emerson-Price, Jessica Dunway, Ramona Naghi and Vincent Nwagwu Ume-Ezeoke designed and worked hard to complete their senior mechanical engineering project. They are traveling alongside Julia Lorenz, Tim Rutledge and Kaidon Mauricio, who are […]


Aries (March 21-April 19): Allergy season approacheth Aries. The trees covered in their beautiful yellow are blooming across campus, and the pollen that comes off of them will make mucus of your nostrils. Beware the yellow dust covering your car, but celebrate your birthday with a sniffle or seven, as this year marks a change […]

Tulsa tennis teams take multiple falls on Friday

Sports editor Jaralynn Tammi Morellano says both teams had a lead in the beginning. The University of Tulsa’s men’s and women’s tennis teams came up short against its opponents last week. The women’s tennis program fell 4-3 against No. 48 Denver on its Senior Day on Friday, April 5. Hours later, the men faced off […]

Tulsa rowing takes wins at Lake Natoma Invite

Managing editor Isabella Musollino says this is Tulsa rowing’s first appearance at this invite. Tulsa rowing faced tough competition this weekend when traveling to the Lake Natoma Invitational in Sacramento, California. The event took place at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, California, on April 6. For the 12th time, and first since […]