TU’s new mission statement: FUCK YOU

Short, sweet and completely accurate. As you might have learned from the emails that aren’t quite as persistent as Pam Smith’s suggestions to do your course evals but just as likely to prevent you from interacting with them, TU has come out with a new mission statement. This new mission statement is fairly simple and […]

Warren also recieved the endorsement of the Des Moines Register. courtesy Lorie Shaull/Flickr

The New York Times’s endorsement not pragmatic, indecisive

By choosing to support Warren and Klobuchar, the newspaper’s backing means even less. On Sunday, Jan. 12, The New York Times released their endorsements for the 2020 Democratic Primary. That’s right, their endorsements, plural. The newspaper endorsed two candidates for the office for the first time in their history, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar. While […]

Rebecca Lescay lays it up with finesse. photos by James Taylor

Tulsa Hurricane sinks the Pirates

Basketball journalist Hannah Robbins discusses the players and strategies that led to Tulsa’s first conference basketball win against the East Carolina Lady Pirates. On Tuesday the Golden Hurricane snapped a five-game losing streak to surge to a late victory over the East Carolina Lady Pirates. Lead by Kayla Moutry’s 19 points and Rebecca Lescay’s 15, […]

US nationals prepare skaters for Olympics

Skating journalist Hannah Robbins discusses Gracie Gold, Nathan Chen and the fight for the top spot in the ice dance competition. This week in Greensboro, North Carolina the best U.S. figure skaters competed in the national championships. Among the upsets came redemption, and some old faces returned on their own path to the 2022 Olympics. […]

New sports to watch in 2020

With 2019 good and gone, seasoned sports journalist Hannah Robbins suggests some new sports to add for your viewing pleasure in the lead up to the 2020 Olympics. As the new year begins, everyone makes New Year’s resolutions, but one thing seems to stay the same: their sports habits. However, while a small number of […]

Pelosi finally hands over articles of impeachment

The Speaker’ s handling of the impeachment articles may hurt Democrats going forward. After four weeks of silence, Nancy Pelosi finally sent the articles of impeachment over to the Senate. While Pelosi stated that the wait for the Senate to release information on the structure of the impeachment trial led to her delay, the radio […]

Bevin drags feet before admitting he lost Kentucky race

The governor conceded nine days later in a blow for the GOP and the president. On Nov. 14, incumbent Kentucky governor Matt Bevin finally conceded the Kentucky governor’s race. This is a full nine days after his opponent Andy Beshear claimed victory on election night. Why the difference? Bevin was not willing to admit defeat […]