“American Beauty/American Psycho” is slightly overbearing but manages to be enjoyable despite its flaws. Student Writer Hannah Kloppenburg reviews.

Hannah Kloppenburg, Student Writer

Features Editor Morgan Krueger explains the wacky series of events that led to Oklahoma’s choice of state vegetable.

Morgan Krueger, Features Editor

Flatland’s citizens continue to struggle with the complications of voting. This week, Student Writer Sam Beckmann discusses gerrymandering in all its forms.

Sam Beckmann, Student Writer

While Tulsa has high charitable giving, poverty is still abundant.

Letter to the Editor

2 February 2015
J. Christopher Proctor, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus

Kern’s three bills in the OK House of Representative are not useful, even from a socially conservative perspective. One of them has already been withdrawn.

Brennan VanderVeen, Politics Reporter

Oklahoma legislators are considering bills that would make voting easier for everyone, especially millennials.

Nikki Hager, News Editor

The Bleacher Creature takes on Deflategate, Odell Beckham Jr. and psychics.

The Bleacher Creature

2 February 2015
Jesse Keipp,

The Golden Hurricane has been on a hot streak led by top scorers Shaquille Harrison and James Woodard. Student Writer Pat Fox compares these two to other famous duos.

Pat Fox, Student Writer

Tulsa's club lacrosse team just started their season with wins in Texas and look to continue their hot start at home.

Mason Morgan, Student Writer

Recap of sports at TU for the week.

Hurricane Recap

2 February 2015

The Tulsa Oilers are finally back in Tulsa. Sports Writer Wade Crawford reports.

Oilers return, win two

2 February 2015
Wade Crawford, Sports Reporter