Highlights of Female Athletics: Tyler Henderson

Sports editor Jaralynn Tammi Morellano says Tyler Henderson was a key player from the start. One of the youngest athletes to be inducted into the Tulsa Athletics Hall of Fame, Tyler Henderson, is the focus for this week of the Collegian’s Female Athletic Career series for Women’s History Month. Henderson was a four-year letter winner […]

Basketball takes first spot in regular season

Sports editor Jaralynn Tammi Morellano says the Golden Hurricane ended the season with honor. The University of Tulsa’s women’s basketball team won the regular season of the American Athletic Conference (AAC) after its 61-56 win against the Tulane Green Wave. On Tuesday, March 5, the Golden Hurricane took the No. 1 seed spot in the […]

Alabama makes unprecedented ruling

The decision may have concerning repercussions. The Alabama Supreme Court declared that embryos created through in vitro fertilization are considered children on Feb. 16. The decision was issued after wrongful death cases were brought by three couples who’s frozen embryos were destroyed at a fertility clinic operated by the Center for Reproductive Medicine, P.C. Between […]

Medical school covers tuition in perpetuity

A Bronx medical school receives a $1 billion donation, the largest ever recorded. A longtime professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine is making free tuition available to all students going forward. Ruth Gottesman, a 93-year-old widow of a Wall Street financier, has donated $1 billion to the medical school located in the Bronx. […]

SAB: Sucks At Budgeting

The SAB’s poor budgeting and lackluster expenditures dampen the student experience. The Student Activities Board leaves much to be desired as the events this semester have ranged from mediocre to falling flat on their face. This year, SAB had the potential to be great and started off strong with an impactful Welcome Week and a […]

New IVF legislation causes chaos

The ruling opens the door for further restrictions on bodily autonomy. Alabama courts have made an unprecedented ruling that will forever alter the issue of reproductive rights. In a lawsuit that made it all the way to the state Supreme Court, Alabama declared that frozen embryos resulting from the process of in vitro fertilization (IVF) […]

Gaza’s cry for justice

The failure of diplomacy and the resultant human toll. After nearly half a year, the relentless bombing in Gaza continues. Israel maintains its story of wanting to bring Israelis held in Gaza to Israel while refusing any deal that would lead to this so long as it requires a permanent ceasefire. Israel’s refusal to accept […]

Greek Life Spotlight: Kappa Delta

My name is Chiarina Gutierrez and I am the current president of the Kappa Delta, Beta Epsilon Chapter! I am currently a sophomore studying Elementary Education with minors in Psychology and Early Intervention. As a first-generation college student, I did not know much about Greek Life or college in general, and in high school, I […]

Greek Life Spotlight: Alpha Kappa Alpha

My name is Brooklynn Farley and I am a current member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and it has honestly been the most amazing experience here at The University of Tulsa. I joined the sorority in the spring semester of 2023. I had no idea how much support, love and sisterhood I would gain […]

Annual TU food event lacks food

Taste of the John was only fun for the first several students Following a time honored tradition for residents of John Mabee Hall and the wider campus community, Taste of the John is a fan favorite for many who get the chance to stop by. With food orders from seven different restaurants across the greater […]