Highly Suspect bring their Midnight Demon Club tour to Tulsa

Grammy nominated band, Highly Suspect played a show at Cain’s Ballroom in support of their newest album, “Midnight Demon Club,” which was released back in September. This new album is their first 2019 album, “MCID,” — a fan favorite. In fact, two fans on the barricade even had “MCID” tattoos. The crowd stood in suspense, […]

The University of Tulsa homecoming

The University of Tulsa held its annual homecoming celebration the last full week of October. Friday Oct. 28 saw the bonfire, where students got to meet the Top 10 freshmen and seniors for the year as well as to cheer on the football team the night before their big game. Saturday started with a Plain […]

The Golden Hurricane triumphs over the Owls

Sports writer Joe McCurdy recapitulates Tulsa’s game against the Temple Owls. Coming off a bye week, Tulsa football had one goal in mind: go out 1-0 against Temple. After going 2-4 in the first six games of the season and 0-2 in conference play, the Golden Hurricane was in desperate need of a reset not […]

Tulsa volleyball makes a season comeback

The Golden Hurricane has landed themselves back in the middle of the AAC, sports writer Joe McCurdy reports. Tulsa volleyball has been in a rough spot as of late, losing five of their last six matches, growing into a five-game losing streak with their next two losses against Wichita State and Cincinnati. While it can […]

courtesy Parkingzone.com Parking lots can be a more dangerous place to park your car, in tears of vehicle break-ins.

Car theft and vandalism on campus

This year, TU has seen a rise in vehicle break-ins and damages, likely due to the increased number of students and faculty on campus. Recently students have been noticing some weird things happening in the parking lots here on campus. It is well known that when parking your car in any highly populated place there […]

Courtesy Tulsa Public Schools on Facebook Students hope to get the reading help in the classroom that they missed during the pandemic.

Oklahoma City literacy rates fall below grade level

Due to the pandemic and online learning, students’ reading and math scores have fallen below the national average, and schools are trying to bridge the gap. Following the pandemic, schools across the nation were prepared to see literacy rates drop in subjects all around. Unfortunately, the rates in Oklahoma City Public School systems are significantly […]

courtesy tulsahurricane.com Keylon Stokes experienced uncontrollable spasms after colliding with another player on Sept. 24.

University football concussion protocols are too lax

The NCAA’s guidelines for university football are not strict enough to maintain players’ health. Bright lights, quick throws, thundering crowds and fast contact all come to a screeching halt when a football player does not get up after the referees blow their whistles. This could be a mundane injury, a sprained ankle, a cramp or […]

courtesy whitehouse.gov Biden's program for student debt relief has been widely criticized.

Biden’s student debt forgiveness program is legal, but might not last

Lawsuits against The Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program beg the question: can it endure the courts? In a time where student debt in the US has reached more than $1.6 trillion, it is no wonder that people all over the nation are watching Biden’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program very closely. Rising college […]

courtesy @Magiccitybooks on Twitter. Ralph Macchio was in Tulsa Oct. 20 for his book tour.

Ralph Machhio brings book tour to Tulsa

Author S.E. Hinton moderated this conversation with Macchio as he discussed his new novel, “Waxing On: the Karate Kid and Me.” Karate Kid’s very own Ralph Macchio made a pit stop in Tulsa during his tour for the launch of his novel. The memoir, “Waxing On: The Karate Kid and Me” details his experience in […]

Born in Ukraine, Hütz has been very vocal about the war in Ukraine. Photo by Maddie Walters

Resiliently good times: an interview with Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello.

The lead singer of Gogol Bordello talks about Tulsa, their new album and the war in Ukraine. This past week, Gogol Bordello returned to the historic Cain’s Ballroom for a concert in support of their newest album, “Solidaritine.” Gogol Bordello is a seven piece “gypsy punk” band comprised of Eugene Hütz (vocals, guitar), Sergey Ryabtsev […]