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 […]

See me after class

See Me After Class is a weekly column where a different professor reveals their variety favorites. Dr. Roger Wainwright is a professor and the chairman of the Tandy School of Computer Science. He double majored in mathematics and computer science at Iowa State University, where he received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. Wainwright was the […]

Professors ask students to tip for their services

Professors ask students to tip after lectures and grading exams because they obviously don’t get paid enough. If you ask the students of TU — or any student anywhere — if professors have it tough, they will say no. However, professors have been silently struggling against skyrocketing inflation and dropping student engagement. TU professors have […]

See me after class

See Me After Class is a weekly column where a different professor reveals their variety favorites. Brad Carson is the 21st president of TU and former U.S. Under Secretary of the Army. He received his B.A. from Baylor University, a second B.A. from the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and his J.D. from […]

Rabid lawn Roombas out for blood

The lawn Roombas get a taste for blood. Administration doesn’t care, but what else is new? In August, TU bought two oversized Roombas to mow the grass in the Old U. They were quickly deemed harmless by everyone except the obsessive-compulsive students on campus, who were horrified when they looked upon the vast green and […]

See me after class

See Me After Class is a weekly column where a different professor reveals their variety favorites. Dr. Kate Williams is an adjunct professor of composition who received her B.A. from Oakland University, M.D. from Eastern Michigan University and Ph.D from TU. She worked her way from freelancer to business owner, founding her very own company […]

Student guide to using crystals the right way

Local crystal girl shares her expertise because your aura is seriously fucked up. If you’re looking for love this semester, ditch Tinder and stop stalking coffee shop patrons. You’ve “accidentally” spilled scalding hot coffee on enough people and are running out of coffee shops that you aren’t banned from. Just keep some rose quartz in […]

The elections will begin Feb. 16 at 9 a.m. and end Feb. 17 at 9 p.m. courtesy Utulsa.edu

Executive candidates outline the future of SA in press conference

The election consists of four candidates running unopposed for leadership roles within Student Association. Student Association is responsible for allocating funding for organizations, chartering new organizations, advocating for student interests, representing the student body and planning events. There are three branches of the association: executive, judicial and senate. While every student at TU is considered […]

Union Pacific has made over 100 arrests in the last three months, courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Amazon, UPS and FedEx packages stolen off freights

Railroad crimes in Los Angeles have increased during the pandemic; Union Pacific blames District Attorney George Gascón. In January, packages from Amazon, UPS and FedEx were found on the side of railroad tracks in Los Angeles, California. Thousands of packages were rifled through, looted and abandoned. Shipments were in transit to recipients across the country. […]

Oklahoma Attorney General John O'Connor stated he plans to prosecute "...to the fullest extent of the law." courtesy oag.ok.gov

Oklahoma retail theft ring busted

A complex system of shoplifting and reselling stolen goods was unearthed by state and federal authorities. On Jan. 14, over two dozen people were charged for partaking in a retail theft ring that was based in Northeastern Oklahoma and spanned over at least five states. Merchandise amounting to millions of dollars was stolen from stores […]