The women’s basketball team has been playing extremely competitive basketball this year, splitting their season thus far, but with confidence for the rest of the season. Sports Writer Joseph Edmunds reports.

Joseph Edmunds,

Expecting to bounce back this season, the Golden Hurricane football team ended their season with a dismal 2–10 record. Sports Writer Wade Crawford discusses how it all went down.

Wade Crawford,

Student Life Reporter Michaela Flonard interviewed students from Brazil, Turkey, Germany, France and Oman about how they celebrate winter holidays at home.

Michaela Flonard,

A computer simulation and gaming major will come to TU and available this fall. Dr. Roger Mailler is sponsoring the major’s adoption. Student Writer Nate Beckemeyer reports.

Nate Beckemeyer,

Following controversy surrounding the parade’s inclusive name, the Parade of Lights will now be called the Tulsa Christmas Parade. State-Run Media Editor Fraser Kastner reports.

Fraser Kastner,

University News Reporter Caitlin Woods explored the suburb Sand Springs. She found a statue and museum commemorating the town’s founder Charles Page and explored downtown Main Street.

Caitlin Woods,

This week, the State Run Media seeks to write a definitive listicle to appeal to as many people as possible and achieve maximum viewership. Fraser Kastner compiles.

Top Ten Things

8 December 2014

The word “frat,” when applied to fraternities, can apparently have extremely hurtful consequences for their members.


The University celebrated its annual mandatory Night Light, a celebration of the holiday season and the unlimited power of our Most Valiant Leader.

Abigail LaBounty,

After solving all national and international crises, Bill Strickland vomited and passed out.

Caitlin Woods,