US nationals prepare skaters for Olympics

Skating journalist Hannah Robbins discusses Gracie Gold, Nathan Chen and the fight for the top spot in the ice dance competition. This week in Greensboro, North Carolina the best U.S. figure skaters competed in the national championships. Among the upsets came redemption, and some old faces returned on their own path to the 2022 Olympics. […]

Oscar nominations highlight award show contradictions

The 92nd Academy Awards demonstrates the incongruities between various shows. It’s award season yet again, and like the past few years the announcement of the nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards was met with numerous complaints and a multitude of accusations regarding the lack of diverse representation. Some of the most notable snubs include Greta […]

Super Bowl 2020 score predictions

The Collegian sports writing staff comes together to weigh in on which team will win the most-watched event in America and why. A.C. Boyle Although both teams have incredible, explosive offenses, talented head coaches and young Quarterbacks who are the next generation of Brady and Brees — The Kansas City Chiefs look just too hot […]

Eye on the World 1/27/20

Chinese coronavirus spreads across the world Following the widening outbreak of the coronavirus, the Chinese government has officially issued a quarantine order for the city of Wuhan, planning to cut off all transportation to and from the city. This response comes with an increase of global attention as the virus has been responsible for 56 […]

First woman, openly gay Super Bowl coach

Sports writer Lindsey Prather covers the debut of 49ers skills coach Katie Sowers, a trailblazer for both women and the LGBTQ+ community. On Feb. 2, San Francisco 49ers coach Katie Sowers will make history. This season Sowers grabbed headlines following her debut as a skills coach for the 49ers, and soon she will hold two […]

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Letter from the Propagandist

My dearest loyal subjects (of voting age), It is my great pleasure to announce the State-Run Media’s 2020 presidential endorsement. After much careful consideration and brutal deliberation, I have decided to endorse none other than our own TU Provost, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Interim President Janet Levit for President (of the United States). […]

TVPPS was a highlight of the festival, delivering a hypnotic performance. courtesy The Vanguard

The Vanguard hosts experiential EDM festival

Shock creates an inclusive and intimate environment for both the audience and the performers. On Jan. 24, the Vanguard hosted Shock, a festival for up and coming EDM artists. The venue was small and dark, with just a few clusters of people standing on one side of the room staring at their feet and bobbing […]

President Clancy steps down, citing medical issues

Effective Jan. 17, Provost Janet Levit has been temporarily designated as acting President of the University of Tulsa. President Gerard Clancy informed the Board of Trustees that due to medical issues, he will be unable to fulfill his duties as President of the University for a number of weeks. This appointment was announced by Frederic […]