Corey Taylor II fights through the OSU defense to start a lengthy run. photo by James Taylor

TU up against OSU at half, loses 40-21

Football journalist Hannah Robbins discusses Tulsa’s crushing loss to the Cowboys after a strong first half put them ahead on Saturday afternoon H.A. Chapman Stadium was a sea of orange with some blue on Saturday for TU’s first home game. Coming off the win against San Jose State, there was hope that Tulsa could continue […]

Murray led the Cardinals in an inspiring comeback. courtesy Yahoo! Sports

So … how good is Kyler?

NFL journalist Chris Lierly discusses the true potential of Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray after his recent success. In Kyler Murray’s first game as the starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, he showcased the kind of mental toughness that every great leader in the NFL needs. The Cardinals had played “three quarters of the worst offense I’ve […]

Michigan State violates Clery act, fined $4.5 million

Gymnastics journalist Hannah Robbins covers the fines following MSU’s Clery violations related to Larry Nassar’s abuse scandal. Even though Larry Nassar has been in prison since 2018, litigation and investigations related to his actions continue to work their way towards their conclusion. On Sept. 5 it was announced that the Department of Education was fining […]

Thank you, next: seven rings for Tom Brady

NFL journalist Zach Short makes the case that adding Antonio Brown to the Patriots makes New England the favorites to win the 2020 Super Bowl. Although no one probably wants to admit it, the Patriots have been a contender for Super Bowl LIV champions since they won their last ring, regardless of how old Tom […]

Drew Brees apologizes on Twitter. courtesy Drew Brees’s Twitter

Drew Brees adresses homophobia controversy

NFL journalist Lindsey Prather sorts out the controversy surrounding the New Orleans quarterback regarding his affiliation with anti-LGBTQ Focus on Family. Two weeks ago, the religious group “Focus on the Family” released a video promoting their “Bring your Bible to School Day,” featuring New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. In the 30-second video clip, Brees […]

Maddie Rhoger (left) and Maggie Hembree (right) defend their side of the court. courtesy Tulsa Hurricane

Tulsa volleyball split competition on day one of Tulsa invitational

The Tulsa Hurricane discusses TU’s volleyball games over the weekend. TULSA, Okla. – The Tulsa volleyball team played its first two matches of the season at the Donald W. Reynolds Center on Friday as part of the Tulsa Invitational. The Golden Hurricane (5-4) swept Houston Baptist in their home opener, 3-0 [25-23, 25-19, 25-20], before […]

Anti-Semitic speech and symbols found in Fisher South

An unknown person left racist language in a stairway in the freshman dorm on campus. On Aug. 27, the co-ed freshman dorm building, Fisher South, was vandalized. The graffiti in the southwest stairwell depicted anti-Semitic symbols and speech. A resident of the building found the graffiti and reported it on Aug. 27 at approximately 10:50 […]

“Serial burglar” strikes at the Muslim Student Prayer House

A man unconnected to TU steals from a campus safe in a string of burglaries against Muslim institutions. On Aug. 24, the University of Tulsa’s Muslim Student Prayer House was robbed. The robbery occurred from approximately 4:08-4:24 p.m. The burglar broke into the office of the building and stole money from the safe. A representative […]