Women’s Basketball finish off a week of victories

Sports editor Jaralynn Tammi Morellano discusses the Golden Hurricane’s improvement. The University of Tulsa women’s basketball team went on the road to face Charlotte in North Carolina on Saturday, Jan. 27. Riding high from its clutch victory over Rice on Jan. 24, the Hurricane’s fighting prowess was put to the test with another close battle […]

Trump beats Haley in decisive New Hampshire primary

The win puts the U.S. on track for a Trump versus Biden rematch. After refusing to attend any GOP primary debates, former President Donald Trump beat opponent Nikki Haley in the New Hampshire primary. Last Tuesday was an important win for Trump, who made history by being the first non-incumbent nominee to win both the […]

The Winter Yak

After a two-month hiatus and the emergence and dissipation of holiday cheer, The Collegian has returned along with The Weekly Yak, briefly renamed The Winter Yak for the purpose of this week’s edition. Although this is informal, I also welcome back the Clown Emoji who makes daily graphics for the events in and around our […]

The National visits Tulsa Theater on 2023 tour

Matteson captures the energetic performance with featured photos. Indie-rock band The National visited Tulsa for the first time on Nov. 16 during their 2023 First Two Pages of Frankenstein Tour at Tulsa Theater. The National was started in Brooklyn in the early 2000s by lead singer Matt Beringer, brothers Aaron Dessner and Bryce Dessner, and […]

Nikki Haley’s campaign is doomed

She should stay in the race anyway. Former President Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary, making him the first Republican candidate in an open primary to win Iowa and New Hampshire in almost 50 years. As of Jan. 24, the only other person left in the race for the Republican nomination is former Ambassador […]

Millennial parents: gentle parenting gone wrong

A new generation of students struggle. Latest complaints of 12-year-olds crowding Sephora, needing Subway Surfer videos to focus and iPad babies come from a new age of gentle parenting, but there are larger issues at hand. With the new age of social media, screen time for children under 18 is at an all-time high. A […]


Aries (March 21-April 19): Ram your way back into therapy this week, please. While you were away from your therapist over this break, you really got attached to “I’m a raging narcissist, I don’t need therapy.” Taurus (April 20-May 20): Have a great week. You’ve had a rough go of things, so check in on […]

Golden Hurricane clips the Owls

Sports editor Jaralynn Tammi Morellano says the Golden Hurricane had a narrow finish.The University of Tulsa’s women’s basketball escaped the clutches of the Rice Owls and prevailed 70-65. Delaine Crawford and Temira Poindexter’s Wednesday night efforts brought 48 of the Golden Hurricane’s points. “I’m just so proud of our team for the way they finished […]

Get To Know A Club – Vietnamese Student Association

Get to know a club is a column where students can read about the different clubs on campus and what they do. One of the greatest aspects of TU student life is the number of multicultural organizations at the university. These organizations allow students from different backgrounds to feel represented, meet other community members and […]

Expanding innovation in Tulsa

This partnership will expand our STEM programs. In an important move for the Tulsa community, The University of Tulsa bolstered its commitment to innovation by officially acquiring Fab Lab Tulsa, a digital fabrication center and nonprofit organization situated in the historic Kendall Whittier neighborhood. The partnership, announced Jan. 2, marks a significant step in TU’s […]