Targeted ads single out singles, damage self-esteem

Russians send targeted ads to prey on this under-reproducing population. Targeted ads really suck, man. I have never bought even half of the items marketed to me, so this must be a spyware thing the Russians came up with. First and foremost, I am sick of the dating site ads. Every time I see a […]

Ronaldo eats Mbappe's energy as Greivious struts around. graphic by Conner Maggio

Professional sports crystal ball, September edition

Student writers Andrew Noland and Chris Lierly, Sports Editor Brennen Gray and Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti give their predictions for the coming months in professional sports. NHL Season Kicks Off with a Bang Holy zamboni, it’s almost hockey season! I know most sports fans in Oklahoma don’t really keep up with the slipperiest sport this side […]

Quiz: how much debt you gonna have?

A 100-percent accurate calculation for how deep of a hole you are digging. Where did you sleep? 1. Lol, sleep? 2. Couch surfing in dorm lobbies 3. Off-campus housing 4. I bought a house 5. On-campus housing What meal plan did you purchase? 1. Only the scraps left after RA programs 2. Ramen 3. Fast […]

Feature-length film with no features. graphic by Conner Maggio

“Crazy Poor College Students” to hit theaters next week

The most undercasted demographic will hit Hollywood next week. Despite being a hardworking and attractive group, college students routinely fail to get roles in major movies. The sequel to recent blockbuster “Crazy Rich Asians” will change that. “Crazy Poor College Students” focuses on the glamour of living penniless in dorm rooms. The budget for this […]

TU Theater Department brings Sam Shepard to life

A double feature of one-act plays by prolific playwright Sam Shepard was something new and enjoyable. A tragic love story and a post-apocalyptic Christmas have one thing in common: the late playwright Sam Shepard. The University of Tulsa Theatre Department brought “Fool for Love” and “Action” to Kendall’s Chapman Theatre this past weekend. This double […]

Dictator Justin Guglielmetti receiving his pictures of Spidey. Graphic by Conner Maggio

Editor-in-Chief Guglielmetti wants pictures of the Spider-man

The newly hired leader of The Collegian threatens to fire his writers if images of a certain superhero aren’t on his desk by 5 p.m. Guglielmetti has stressed the necessity for a picture of Spiderman in this week’s The Collegian paper. His insisting on photographing the superhero has caused waves in The Collegian office. The […]

Highlights of the night included Denny, played by Steve Barker, finding himself surrounded by beer cans. Cons included indulgence in the banana slip trope. Photos by Brennen Gray

Heller Theatre puts on triple feature

The Nightingale Theater hosted three plays from local playwrights, with mixed results. Local theatre fans have something to cheer about this month. Heller Theatre Company invited Tulsans to Nightingale Theater for a triple feature last weekend. HTC planned two additional showings for April 13 and 14. TU’s own Michael Wright wrote the first play of […]

An IBM drone at work. Graphic by Madeline Woods

IBM releases brain-eating drones, and that’s a good thing

The former tech giant accidentally reveals what it has been working on lately. In a stunning turn of events, International Business Machines has finally shown the public what it actually does. Since creating Watson in 2011, no one knows what IBM does anymore. The three most influential investigators in American politics — the FBI, CIA […]