Get to know a club

Get to know a club is a column where students can read about the different clubs on campus and what they do. If you are ever in the mood to dance to country music with 20 of your closest friends, look no further than The University of Tulsa Two-Step club. Since the beginning of the […]

Local Natives’ tour visits Tulsa

The Local Natives, an indie rock band based in Los Angeles, played at Cain’s Ballroom on Sept. 17 during their Time Will Wait for No One tour. The opener was the band Chartreuse, and this tour marked their first time playing in the United States as they’re based in Birmingham, England.

Tulsa makes ‘some strides’ in loss at No. 8 Washington

Although the scoreboard showed a 33-point loss, there was progress made by the University of Tulsa in a 43-10 setback to eighth-ranked Washington on Saturday afternoon in Seattle. “I thought we made some strides, it was just a good team, we just didn’t have enough lead in the pencil today,” TU coach Kevin Wilson said. […]

Events at TU this semester

TU hosts weekly events catered to the students, here’s a list of this week’s events and some to look forward to this semester. Events this week: Hurricane Thursday Prior to the first football game of the season, TU Events is hosting a tailgate for students on the New U. Despite having a zone for tailgating […]

TU introducing three new NIL platforms

Sports editor Callie Hummel discusses the new ways TU student athletes can make money while playing. If there’s one thing everyone knows about The University of Tulsa, it’s that they love their athletes. It should come as no surprise, then, that the athletics department has worked with administration to create more Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) […]

The Collegian joins SAVE to take back the night

Student run organization SAVE hosted an event to march against sexual violence on this past Thursday. The student organization SAVE hosted the empowering event “Take Back the Night” to give women and other marginalized groups the power to walk around campus without fear of being attacked or assaulted. Before the march, students met at the […]

TU track & field continues to collect awards

Sports editor Callie Hummel discusses track & field’s success despite minimal university support. The University of Tulsa’s track & field team has been a long time high point for TU athletics. As winter indoor season comes to a close and the outdoor invitations begin, TU is once again proving their competence in track, even if […]

SGA Cabinet merges with TU Events

Eric Flores will now oversee the student-led organization. TU’s Student Government Association has always been an organization run by the students. Even the name alludes to the strong effect of the student-run, student-vision aspect of the events put on by SGA. An aspect that, after this year, will cease to exist. The events you see […]

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 […]

OSU announces plan for $325 million athletics renovations

Sports editor Callie Hummel breaks down where the money will go and how the school plans to finance the upgrades. There’s been major changes throughout college athletics in the past two years. Most notably, the new Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) laws and the recent trend of universities switching conferences. To keep up with these changes […]