Though many are celebrating the fall of oil prices, the number of internships available to petroleum engineering students is dropping as oil companies look for ways to save money.

Jordan Hoyt, Student Writer

A short report of the crimes that were reported on campus last week.

Campus Crime Watch

9 February 2015

In her State of the State Address, Governor Fallin stressed improvements in education, Oklahoma’s incarceration rate and health.

Brennen VanderVeen, Politics Reporter

A new yo-yo club, founded by Thomas Littlejohn, hopes to showcase yo-yoing at TU.

Michaela Flonard, Student Life Reporter

Last week’s SA Senate elections concluded on Thursday. This spring, nine candidates were up for election. Politics Reporter Brennen VanderVeen and Student Life Reporter Michaela Flonard report on the new senators.

New SA senators elected

9 February 2015

IPT rules against British spy agency, Jordan retaliates after ISIS burns pilot alive, Indian school finds gold in unused lockers, and more news from around the world.

Eye on the World

9 February 2015
Oscar Ho, Student Writer

Student Life Reporter Michaela Flonard investigates how TU admissions hopes to attract the students who will have the best experience at TU.

Michaela Flonard, Student Life Writer

The School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce, under the direction of Tim Coburn, focuses on business and policy in energy markets.

Michaela Flonard, Student Life Reporter

“Songs of Life and Love” will feature a fiddle and Celtic harp as well as accompanying vocals at the Lorton Performance Center this Thursday.

Meagan Collins, Student Writer

Despite some early issues, the new website is now up and running.

Wade Crawford, Sports Writer