Farewell letters from the Collegian’s senior staff

The seniors say farewell. Julianne Tran When I first started writing for The Collegian, we had just returned from a semester cut short by the pandemic. I remember sitting in my dark, first floor apartment wondering what the supposed “new normal” was going to look like amid COVID regulations that restricted most interactions and organic […]

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Chebet and Jepchirchir win 126th Boston Marathon

Sports editor Callie Hummel discusses the stats and stories of the winners. On Monday, April 18, runners from across the world congregated in Boston, Massachusetts, to participate in the 126th Boston Marathon. Kenyan runners Evan Chebet and Peres Jepchirchir placed first in the men’s and women’s categories, respectively. The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest […]

Israel storm al-Aqsa mosque, injuring 158

Conflict between Israel and Palestine has been steadily increasing over the past few weeks Almost two weeks ago, Israeli police stormed al-Aqsa mosque, wounding 158 Palestinian worshippers. The violence continued into this past week, with Israeli soldiers showing excessive force by firing rubber bullets and tear gas at worshippers, who threw stones and launched rockets […]

This podcast was released April 2020. Courtesy Seems Like Diet Culture

Podcast Corner

In “Seems Like Diet Culture,” Mallory Page, a registered dietitian, teaches you how to identify diet culture and challenge it through casual conversations and ramblings. Mallory Page, a registered dietitian with an anti-diet focus, has finally created her own podcast! Page has been posting about food, movement, nutrition, intuitive eating and the like on Instagram […]

“The Northman” was released on April 22, 2022. Courtesy Focus Features

“The Northman” simple but satisfying

Director Robert Eggers’ newest film immerses viewers in the world of vikings with a classic revenge story. Revenge is a classic motif throughout all of storytelling. The “Iliad,” “Hamlet,” Batman — all these stories use a murderous event to trigger a wave of retaliatory violence. Robert Eggers’ new film “The Northman” adapts this motif from […]

W!!! Now THIS is content for the University of Tulsa’s newspaper!! Hello, sailor!!! Graphic lovingly by Anna Johns

Talks of remodeling Kendall Hall stirs Phantom of the Opera homing crisis—oh, and… He’s shirtless?

Guess what? I’m doing it, and you can’t stop me! What are you going to do? Pry the Phantom of the Opera off my shoulders and make him stop giving me a deep tissue body massage? You can’t! His hands are lotioned! For a year, I have begged and pleaded with my so-called benevolent fellow […]

The scam reportedly began in February 2020. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Fake Secret Service agents infiltrate government

Two men impersonated Secret Service agents for over two years, fooling government officials and law enforcement. At the beginning of this month, Arian Taherzadeh and Haider Ali were arrested for impersonating officers of the Department of Homeland Security. Taherzadeh and Ali kept up their charade for over two years and — according to the Justice […]

David Sanger is a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner and is widely known for his investigative work. courtesy utulsa.edu

David E. Sanger gives presidential lecture

The New York Times writer discussed cyber warfare and geopolitics. Last Tuesday, April 12, David E. Sanger gave a public talk in TU’s Reynolds Center as part of the Presidential Lecture Series. Sanger is the chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times and the author of “The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage, and Fear in […]