With Brennen Gray as the Feature Creature Brow-Beaten I’m not usually one of those guys who throws up his hands and dramatically proclaims that he’s DONE with his favorite sport because of some displeasing development. But Anthony Davis is testing me. Once one of my favorite non-Celtics, his shameless attempt to force the Pelicans to […]

Okla. fourth-highest per capita in fatal police shootings

This marks a pattern that Oklahoma has been following for five years, with one of the highest shooting rates in the country. According to a report released by The Frontier in January, Oklahoma had the fourth-highest rate of fatal police shootings in the nation in 2018. 34 people were shot and killed by Oklahoma police, […]

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TU beats Memphis, loses to WSU

Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti covers the men’s Golden Hurricane basketball team both home and away. Having lost three in a row and five of their last six, the Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team welcomed the Memphis Tigers into town on Wednesday hoping to get their season back on track. It was a pitched battle that felt […]

The Rams and the Patriots face off Feburary 2. graphic by Conner Maggio

2019 Super Bowl predictions

The Collegian sports writing staff gives their takes on who will win next Sunday’s big game between the New England Patriots and the LA Rams. Brennen: Do I want to go with the dynastic overlords known as the Brady Bunch? Or the somehow-even-less-charming-but-still-loveable underdogs, the L.A. Rams? The question almost seems to come down to […]

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Is Tom Brady football’s GOAT?

Two Collegian staff members debate the merits of Brady and the title “Greatest of All Time.” Hannah Robbins As Super Bowl LIII draws closer, new claims about Tom Brady are being made. Some say that with his five Super Bowl titles and his upcoming sixth attempt, he’s the greatest of all time (GOAT), but I […]

The Bleacher Creature

Dyin’ for Zion If you prefer the talent and sophistication of pro basketball over college, and thus haven’t seen much of the presumptive 2019 number one pick, do yourself a favor and tune into the next Duke game you find on TV. We all knew that Zion was a one-of-a-kind athlete, a defensive end turned […]

The 1962 Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm gave James Watson his Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine and launched him to scientific fame. courtesy Academy of Achievement

Intelligence shouldn’t define worth, despite racist claims

James Watson’s belief that race and IQ are correlated is rooted in racism, but the connection between genetics and intelligence is up for debate. It appears James Watson is a racist. If you’re like me, you have no idea who that is off the top of your head, so you’re probably wondering why we should […]

Former TU student sentenced

Zach Martin was sentenced to five years in prison after crimes committed at the end of 2017. After being dismissed from the University of Tulsa in December 2017, 19-year-old Zach Martin was recently sentenced to five years in prison on four counts of sexual assault. Martin, a former member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, […]

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Golden Hurricane handed double losses

Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti covers Tulsa’s basketball games against Cincinnati and Southern Methodist, respectively. If somebody had told you that the Tulsa men’s basketball team would out-rebound a significantly larger Cincinnati team, record more assists and shoot 60 percent from three-point range, the smart money would have been on the Golden Hurricane winning handily. But that […]