The Band CAMINO album review

A year after its release the Band CAMINO’s debut is primed for rediscovery This past Sept. 10 marked the one year anniversary of The Band CAMINO’s self-titled first full album. If I had found this album last September, who knows, maybe I would have had a better junior year. But this past summer I finally […]

Point Counterpoint: Seattle Teacher Strike

Background After a weeklong teacher strike in Seattle, classes resumed on Sept. 14. The district and the Seattle Education Association (SEA) reached a tentative agreement for a three-year contract that includes an increase in pay by 7% the first year, 4% the second year and 3% the third year. The wage increase in years two […]

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ (But I am)

Harry Styles and Chris Pine take the Internet by storm with spitting incident Any Harry Styles fan could tell you about his iconic tour performances of his song “Kiwi.” He jumps around the stage, dancing crazily and, as a finale, fills up his mouth with water and spews it up into the air like a […]

TU’s Beautification, Roomba Style

The University of Tulsa’s new campus initiatives leave students with mixed feelings. You’ve heard of the cat condos, now get ready for the TU Roomba. As students returned this year, they quickly noticed some new characters on campus. Over the summer, TU, through RoarkLandscaping, enlisted the service of some Turf-Mower 2000’s from ECHO Robotics. These […]

Things I wish I knew as a freshman

As the Oklahoma heat slowly begins to subside (maybe) and we settle into the routines of a new year, I have been reflecting on the person I was three years ago when I became a freshman at the University of Tulsa. Despite initially feeling afraid and unsure, I was quickly swept up in the joys […]