In the final stretch of their season, the women’s golf team won their first tournament since 2013, with Greta Bruner taking the individual title in dominant fashion.
Month: April 2017
NHL backs out of Winter Games
The National Hockey League has decided that they will no longer disrupt their season to accommodate the Olympics.
The Bleacher Creature
He’s So Smooth We’re two weeks into the 2017 MLB season and you know what that means: it’s time to overreact to random players’ hot starts! This is one of my favorite parts about the beginning of any sports season, when fans latch onto a player performing at an unsustainable rate in the early going, […]
And the 2016-17 MVP goes to…
Don’t shoot me, but Russell Westbrook is not the runaway favorite he’s being made out to be. Though my pick might be unpopular around these parts, there are four legitimate candidates who you couldn’t go wrong in choosing.
The Collegian, or how I learned how to stop worrying and love sports
I didn’t come to TU with the goal of writing for the Collegian. In fact, my freshman year I came to a couple meetings but was scared away because I didn’t think that my writing would be good enough for me to ever get paid, let alone be published for the entire campus to read. […]
Softball sweeps Houston, takes possession of first
Tulsa took over the conference lead with a sweep of their division rival, the Cougars. With the regular season coming to a close, the Golden Hurricane will look to make a big splash in the postseason.
TU students volunteer at hospice to provide companionship
The students had varying reasons for volunteering at Cura Hospice, but all spoke highly of the experience.
Students were taught Okla. legislative process using sexual assault bills
Student Alliance for Violence Education and TU Young Democrats invited Oklahoma Policy Institute’s Tyler Parette to discuss the legislative process.
Fulbright scholar to travel to Lesotho for electricity project
Senior mechanical engineering student Bryan Kinzer will work on smart meter technology for rural areas.
TU students place second in Cyber Defense Competition
After winning Regionals in March, the team traveled to San Antonio to compete in the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.