Marvelous Mabee Week

The residence halls showed out as they hosted a slate of events for Mabee Week. This year’s Mabee Week was a great success as all five residence halls came together to host phenomenal events. Students had an exhilarating time throughout the entire week. Kicking off the week with a bang, Monday saw a full-fledged prank […]

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 […]

SGA president ousted

Divisive Judicial Council decision splits student body. Co-authored by Adam Porterie and Shelby Hiens Last week, Student Government Association’s Judicial Council ruled that Tasfia Hasin and Athan Lau violated the judicial right to confidentiality in contempt of the judicial court. As a result of this ruling, per SGA Constitution Article IV, both Hasin and Lau […]

Breaking Ground Monologues

SAVE’s annual performance of the Breaking Ground Monologues featured stories of struggle, empowerment and growth. The Breaking Ground Monologues was an exhilarating experience recounting various tales curated by Eve Ensler. The night also consisted of original works from members of the cast, such as Bethany Hoskins and Jules Yang. The content performed at the event […]

Golden Hurricane breaks hearts on Valentine’s

Business manager Adam Porterie says basketball is in a committed relationship with winning. The University of Tulsa women’s basketball team gave us the gift of winning with a thrilling victory against the University of San Antonio Roadrunners on Valentine’s Day. The team overcame a 13-point deficit with 5:30 left in the fourth quarter due to […]

The Mabees treat students to wintry fun

Lottie Jane and John Mabee Hall collaborated to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The University of Tulsa Residence Life welcomed residents to Lottie Jane and John Mabee dorm halls for an experience like no other. On Saturday, the dorms hosted a joint event aimed to foster a sense of community and belonging among residents while offering […]

SGA elections kick off

Two tightly contested races find their way to the ballot. Student Government Association elections are ramping up. The elections this year feature contested races for the presidential office and secretarial honors. The candidates for the presidential position are Michael Combs and Tasfia Hasin. The candidate for vice president is Sophia Zoellner. The candidates for secretary […]

Love strikes All Too Well for Taylor Swift

Refusing to perform for the Super Bowl Halftime show was not enough to keep Taylor Swift far away from the NFL. It’s a love story baby, just say yes. In my head, these are the first words I imagine Travis Kelce, the two-time Super Bowl champion playing for the Kansas City Chiefs, told Taylor Swift […]

Best off-campus dining: Your taste buds will thank you

From comfort food to innovative delights, here are a few must-visit eateries every TU student should try! As you make Tulsa your new home for the next few months, finding your go-to off campus meal is vital. The dining options on campus get stale sooner rather than later, then it becomes a daunting adventure to […]

TU finally has an SGA president

After one general election, two runoffs and three election violations, the student body finally has a president for next year. After a month-long election process that included historic election drama, the Student Government Association finally has an official voice to be ignored by administration and delegate the spending of student fees. Jennifer Fierro will be […]