TU campus celebrates diversity with International Bazaar event

TU’s largest multicultural event of the fall semester took over the second floor of ACAC. The University of Tulsa hosted one of its largest events on campus, the long-awaited International Bazaar on Friday, Nov. 10. This vibrant and culturally rich occasion was an annual event organized by the Association of International Students in collaboration with […]

Saudi Arabia set to host 2034 FIFA World Cup

Sports writer Aiman Fariz Zaqwan Bin Akmal Hizam discusses the plans for FIFA. The men’s FIFA World Cup, often considered the pinnacle of international soccer, gathers the world’s best footballing nations to compete for the World Cup trophy. In the race to host the 2034 World Cup, Saudi Arabia emerged as the likely winner after […]

Lionel Messi wins his eighth Ballon d’Or of his career

Messi now has the most titles. The Ballon d’Or is a reputable individual award given out by France Football that is presented annually to the best male and female soccer players in the world. The award is considered one of the most prestigious honors in the sport. This year’s Ballon d’Or ceremony was held on […]

Gaza’s largest refugee camp bombed

The humanitarian crisis in Gaza continues to worsen. Since the outbreak of the ongoing Israel-Palestine crisis in Gaza, a dire humanitarian situation has been unfolding, marked by daily reports of severe attacks. On Oct. 18, the United States vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that would have called for “humanitarian pauses” to deliver lifesaving aid […]

TU Symphony Orchestra starts off Homecoming on a good note

TU School of Music hosted a beautiful Symphony Orchestra performance Monday night. Homecoming is one of the widely celebrated traditions at The University of Tulsa, which welcomes alumni and former members of the university. This year’s homecoming celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Class of 1998. Homecoming Week fulfilled its promise of having a vibrant […]

Springboks lifts fourth World Cup trophy

Sports writer Aiman Fariz Zaqwan Bin Akmal Hizam says New Zealand was just short. After a grueling two-month-long tournament, the 2023 Rugby World Cup came to an exhilarating conclusion over the weekend, featuring both the bronze medal match and the grand final. England went head to head with Argentina for the second time in this […]

Ratcliffe fights for Manchester

Sports writer Aiman Fariz Zaqwan Bin Akmal Hizam discusses the stakeholds being purchased by Sir Ratcliffe and Ineos. Since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, a segment of United supporters has been consistently calling for a change in the club’s ownership. The Red Devils has faced challenges in securing a Premier League title […]

All Blacks set to take on the Springboks

Sports writer Aiman Fariz Zaqwan Bin Akmal Hizam discusses rugby semifinal result. Quarter finals The last eight nations remaining in the Rugby World Cup battled in the knockout stages over the last two weekends for World Cup glory. The first match of the quarterfinals saw Argentina advancing to its only third appearance in the semi […]

Olympics ‘28 seeks to add five sports

Sports writer Aiman Fariz Zaqwan Bin Akmal Hizam discusses the sports being proposed for the 2028 Olympics Despite the 2024 Olympics commencing next summer, the 2028 Olympics, set to be hosted in Los Angeles, already has people excited for new sports to come to the program. LA 2028’s organizing committee has submitted a proposal to […]

Rugby World Cup nears knockout stages

Sports writer Aiman Fariz Zaqwan Bin Akmal Hizam discusses recent rugby news. The fourth round of the World Cup has come to an end, and the competition finds itself on the cusp of the knockout stages. While teams are busy preparing for their upcoming battles on the field, fans are on the edge of their […]