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Dr. McClendon takes on role as director of counseling

Director Michael McClendon discusses plans for the future of TU’s counseling. For many students on campus Dr. Michael McClendon is a well-known and trusted confidant. For many more an introduction is necessary. Recently promoted to director of counseling following the retirement of TU’s long-time director Dr. Tom Brian, McClendon has a long list of new […]

Nonfiction books to satisfy historical, political itches

Editor-in-Chief Kayleigh Thesenvitz weighs in with books for those curious about apartheid, political civility or self-fulfillment. If you’re curious about Apartheid South Africa: “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood” by Trevor Noah You don’t have to be a fan of “The Daily Show” or any of Noah’s Netflix stand-ups to appreciate this […]

TU’s Presidential Leaders propose Okla. legislation

The students’ legislation has been adopted by Rep. Nichols for the upcoming legislative session. “Never underestimate the power of an 18-year-old,” said TU President Gerard Clancy, beaming with pride. Clancy was eager to brag about the 135 students of the Presidential Leaders Fellowship and the influence they have already exercised in Oklahoma. Specifically, the class […]

TU maintenance personnel repair a blue light outside of Fisher South. Photo by Kayleigh Thesenvitz

Broken blue phones back in action on campus

Editor’s Note: The following is a first person account of a Collegian investigation into the blue light emergency phones on campus. Because of the sensitivity of the issue, or of related issues that would complicate the lives of students and current and former employees, many of the sources asked to remain anonymous. After careful consideration, […]

A brief update on Okla. politics

In case your sole source for Oklahoma political news is this newspaper or you haven’t bothered to keep up with the subject since Thanksgiving, here is a brief list of what you missed. 1. On December 15, Oklahoma Watch reported that documents released by the state Department of Health included a summary of alleged deceptions […]

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FSU student death reignites concerns of campus alcohol use

The death of a Florida State University student has made college administrators more wary than ever of alcohol-promoting parties. On November 7, State Rep. Todd Russ, R- Cordell, issued a call to all Oklahoma college presidents to stop alcohol- and drug-related parties on campuses immediately. Russ issued his statement following the alcohol-related death of a […]

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North Tulsa food desert worsens

North Tulsa recently saw one of its grocery stores close, exacerbating the problem of food scarcity in the area. North Tulsa’s food deserts widened last week as another of dwindling number of grocery stores North of Highway 244 closed its doors. With Gateway Market’s closing, near the corner of Pine and Peoria, three additional square […]