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Tulsa football wins close game against Memphis

Commentary Editor Adam Walsh doesn’t spare the details on the 2021 homecoming game. The University of Tulsa played their homecoming football game on Oct. 9 against the Memphis Tigers. Glancing at the pre-game statistics, both teams have suffered several losses and wins that were one-score games, leading to their records and capabilities seeming worse than […]

Eye on the world

Pandora Papers implicates hundreds in tax evasion By: Sarah Harris The Pandora Papers is a leak of almost 12 million documents that reveals hidden wealth, tax avoidance and money laundering by some of the world’s rich and powerful. How do they hide their money, and why is this information important? For some background information, the […]

Lankford is the junior senator for Oklahoma. courtesy wikimedia commons

Senator James Lankford delivers remarks to TU students

The congressman talked about Senate and current political events then fielded questions from students attending. On Thursday, Oct. 14, Oklahoma Senator James Lankford delivered a short speech and answered students’ questions. TU College Republicans hosted the event. Lankford was first elected to the House in 2010 after spending 15 years as a youth pastor. After […]

Police sketch artists drew this image in 1969 from multiple eyewitness reports. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Private investigators potentially discover identity of Zodiac Killer

New revelations unearthed by a team of former cops may have unveiled the infamous serial killer. Earlier this month, a group of former law enforcement investigators called the Case Breakers claimed to have finally discovered the identity of the Zodiac Killer. In the late 1960s, a serial killer nicknamed the Zodiac Killer terrorized the Bay […]

Dr. Lars Engle, the professor who taught the King Arthur class, should teach that class again. courtesy

Course catalog causes student kerfuffle

With the schedule for next semester, one has to wonder if the current academic grind will become the status quo After conquering midterms or having midterms conquer them, the University of Tulsa student body now has to look to the next semester, planning courses, sketching out extracurricular time slots and finding out when to scarf […]

Letter from the editors

The Collegian editorial staff wants to clarify our policies, particularly as they pertain to the commentary section of our publication. As per our published guidelines, available in our staff box with each issue, all opinions printed reflect the opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily represent the opinions of anyone on The Collegian’s […]

This year’s box office sales are down 80 percent from pre-pandemic times. courtesy Piqsels

Movie theaters are dying, slowly but surely

Movie theaters have been on the decline for a long time, and people are just now starting to take notice. Going to the movies is one of America’s long standing traditions. It’s a trademark date scene, the perfect choice for a short family getaway or the only pastime you can find to spend your lonely […]

“Immigrantly” is hosted and produced by Saadia Khan. courtesy Immigrantly Podcast LLC

Listen to candid immigrant conversations in “Immigrantly”

A podcast about immigrant experiences, “Immigrantly” offers new perspectives and personal stories. “Immigrantly” has been on my regular rotation of podcasts lately and it never fails to educate and inspire me. The producer and host of the podcast, Saadia Khan, works alongside seven other women of color to create a series that is packed with […]

“Squid Game” was filmed in Daejeon, South Korea. Courtesy Netflix

“Squid Game” warrants all the praise

The highly popular Korean drama, “Squid Game,” contains biting social commentary and enticing content. If you’ve been on any form of social media within the last week, then I’m sure you’ve seen memes or even scenes from Netflix’s highly popular Korean drama, “Squid Game.” The television show follows a man named Seong Gi-hun who is […]