The Bleacher Creature

Tankapalooza 2018 It’s everyone’s favorite part of the NBA season: tanking time! It starts every year when the calendar hits February, then ramps up over the final two months. Who doesn’t love to see star players sit with fake injuries, or rosters made up entirely of names that you’re convinced are taken from NBA2K MyPlayer […]

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Men’s winning streak reaches six games

With strong efforts from stars and role players alike, the Golden Hurricane continued its late-season surge with wins against USF and UCF. Coming off his worst performance of the conference schedule, Martins Igbanu wasn’t about to be discouraged going into last Sunday’s game against South Florida. “Coach said before the game… to trust in yourself […]

Bebe Rexha, who will be headlining at this year’s Springfest. Courtesy Wikimedia Commons

This year’s Springfest promises changes

SA Exec. Director Catherine Aaronson says that this year’s festival will center around the concert and won’t include a week’s worth of set events as in past years. Seniors, throw out your preconceived notions about what Springfest is supposed to look like. This year’s festival promises some unprecedented surprises. Student Association Executive Director Catherine Aaronson […]

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TU students give back to the community

Rain, trash, hamburgers, Clorox and a bulldog named Bea. What do they have in common? Volunteers at TU’s Service Day found all of them at The Bridges Foundation on Saturday. Megan Sinek, the student in charge of Service Day, firmly believes in its goals. “Not only do we aim to provide assistance, but [also] to […]

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Hijab Day encourages cultural crossover

Hijab Day provides female students a chance to try on a garment usually restricted to members of the Islamic faith. Last Wednesday, Chateau Room C was filled with multi-colored scarves flying around being fixed to young ladies’ heads. SA partnered with the Malaysian Student Association and the Muslim Student Association to put on its annual […]

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Local high schools compete in TU math competition

TU’s second annual mathfest promoted outreach programs to high school students. Challenging math questions created by volunteers from the TU math department were posed to high school students at TU’s second annual Hurricane Mathfest on Saturday February, 17. The University of Tulsa Mathematical Association of American (MAA) chapter and the math department hosted the event, […]

Electronic transcripts

Electronic transcripts can be required by various graduate schools or internship opportunities during your college career, but unfortunately, at the University of Tulsa, those requests have so far been impossible to satisfy. Instead, students are required to send them physically, which can result in a slower receiving time. By next fall, the University of Tulsa […]

Neuroscience minor coming to TU in fall 2018

The College of Engineering and Natural Sciences will offer a minor in neuroscience starting next semester. It will “allow students to gain an understanding of the structure and function of the brain and nervous system,” according to a fact sheet released by the department for the recent Tulsa Time event. It will be both interdisciplinary […]

Eye on the World

Resolution for ceasefire in Syria denied A resolution for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria put forward by Sweden and Kuwait at the UN Security Council was reportedly denied by Russia. The outcry for a ceasefire has become even stronger after more than 403 people died in Eastern Ghouta on February 18th from airstrikes by the […]