Photo of the underground speakeasy run by Campus Security. Graphic by Conner Maggio

On-campus speakeasy run by Campo

The more alcohol the better, say undercover Campus Security officers. All names have been changed to protect the identities and location of the participants. Slowly, we wind our way down the tucked-away stairs in a crevice of Kniz Hall. Leading me, I have Sam, a Campus Security Officer, First-Class. His pomaded hair skims the ceiling […]

Eye contact deemed micro-cheating in new study

A group of infidelity experts published research on the hazards that eye contact with a platonic friend can have on a relationship. A recent study in “The Journal of Relational and Sexual Dysfunction” informed readers of the newest travesty in the world of infidelity: eye-contact. The three experts, Dr. Ho of the University of Djibouti, […]

Tips for an effective workout

Whether you’re a novice or an expert, looking for maximum gains or maximum power, these small details can lead to big results! This article is not aspiring to be your new Holy Bible of lifting, but what it lacks in divine inspiration, it will make up for in research-backed, result-based descriptions of minute changes you […]

The new record, ultimately bland, clocks in at around an hour and forty minutes with 24 songs. Courtesy Capitol Records

Migos delivers lackluster performance on “Culture II”

The album falls short of its predecessor, “Culture,” producing none of the trademark Migos bangers. “Culture II,” released January 26, is a 24-song track that gets boring around the 12th song. With a few listens of the full hour-and-forty-minute album, the overall tone is monotonous and misses the previous flow and ferocity of the original […]

New TU weekly email greeted with excitement

Most rejoice but some complain as TU launches new weekly email “A Look at TU Last Week.” A video released and obtained by The State-Run Media last weekend shows TU football players chanting, “New! Email! New! Email! New email!” The clip, while brief, sums up the state the university was in after the news broke. […]

Graphic by Madeline Woods

Sports staffers split on Super Bowl picks

We thought about going with the title: “Justin and Zane get it right, Thomas and Joe get it wrong,” but we have to at least keep up the appearance of impartiality. Justin: OK, so I’m only batting .500 on “Bleacher Creature” conference championship predictions made in January 21 issue of the Collegian, but who cares? […]

The event exuded casualness, with backlogs of zines stacked on benches and free for the taking. Photo by Ethan Veenker

Tulsa Zine Night a niche, underground experience

Prominent in Tulsa’s underground literary scene, Broken Thumb Press hosts Tulsa Zine Night annually in an effort to bring zines to the forefront of Tulsa’s art culture. The pH Community House is tucked away at the end of a neighborhood on Phoenix Avenue. Featuring a mural of a koi fish on its north wall, the […]

Trump’s tax plan puts athletic departments in tough spot

According to Tulsa’s athletic director, the impact of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” on college athletic departments is yet to be determined. It’s no wonder President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Job Act is seeing unprecedented disapproval ratings. America’s favorite sport, college football, receives a devastating blow from the legislation. Amongst a vast array of […]

The VRChater in his natural habitat. Graphic by Madeline Woods

“VRChat made me a weeaboo,” says TU junior

Have you ever wanted to be a sexy anime girl? Now, it’s possible with the latest craze in virtual reality. The latest internet phenomena, VRChat, allows users to don virtual reality goggles, then create a character of any likeness to chat in first-person point-of-view with other 3D-rendered characters. The “State-Run Media” was recently let on […]