Farewell letter: Bella Musollino

In just a few more hours, I will finally have my Sundays back. Just a year ago, I was roped into becoming the Commentary Editor for The Collegian. I guess I was too good at my job because not long after, Shelby (Editor-in-TimeThief) tricked me into becoming the Managing Editor against my will. My Sundays […]

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,” […]

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 […]

TU wins bronze at Sunshine State

Managing Editor Isabella Musollino says rowing was hard at work. The Tulsa women’s rowing team had an eventful weekend at the Sunshine State Invitational. The invite, which spanned March 29 and March 30, brought the team action against 15 other Division I rowing teams. Rowing is heading into its second year with a new coaching […]

Medical school covers tuition in perpetuity

A Bronx medical school receives a $1 billion donation, the largest ever recorded. A longtime professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine is making free tuition available to all students going forward. Ruth Gottesman, a 93-year-old widow of a Wall Street financier, has donated $1 billion to the medical school located in the Bronx. […]

Rowing joins the Big 12 in 2024-2025 season

Managing editor Isabella Musollino says this season will be rowing’s last one in the AAC. Following recent changes in its membership, the American Athletic Conference will no longer sponsor a women’s rowing championship. The decision comes after three major shifts in the conference: San Diego State cut its rowing program in 2021, UCF moved to […]

Campus incident leaves students in the dark

Student Union has prolonged closure over threatening messages. The University of Tulsa was put on high alert after a threat was made against campus. At 4:07 p.m. on Friday, students and staff received a message stating, “ACSU is being evacuated. An emergency situation has been reported; authorities are investigating. Stay away from the area.” The […]

Deborah Gist Interviewed

Dr. Gist recounts her history in education and excitement for the future. Armed with a stellar resume and a pristine pair of grey Nike Dunks, Dr. Deborah Gist is ready to make strides in her new position. The former Tulsa Public Schools superintendent began her duties as the senior adviser to President Brad Carson on […]

Mother of school shooter convicted

A unique trial that will decide the fate of a family. The mother of a school shooter in Michigan was convicted of four counts of involuntary manslaughter. After 11 hours of jury deliberation, Jennifer Crumbley was convicted last Tuesday on four counts of involuntary manslaughter, one for each of the four murders committed by her […]

Cat cafe coming to Tulsa

New study spot for TU students to look forward to next semester. Later this year, a cat cafe is hoping to open in The Farm shopping center. Don’t Stress Meowt, lives by three Cs: Coffee, Cats and Cuddles. Currently open in Oklahoma City, the company is excited to open a new location in Tulsa. When […]