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 […]

Carson condemns antisemitism

Student harassment will be severely punished. Students were bewildered to receive a university announcement via email on Thursday on behalf of President Brad Carson. The email was sent to address an Instagram message that a TU student received, which was described as “antisemitic in intent and language” as well as “threatening.” The Collegian reached out […]

“Brad Carson does not care about you.”

Students want to see TU administration held accountable for their handling of CLS. Organizations on campus continue to take a stance against the Christian Legal Society (CLS). The Little Blue House released a statement on April 3, expressing their disappointment in administration for validating CLS’s discriminatory policies. “As an interfaith community, we support and defend […]

Dean Griffin overrides Christian Legal Society charter rejection

Disclaimer: This article was updated on Thurs. Mar. 2, 2023 The Christian Legal Society charter was rejected by the Student Bar Association on the basis of discriminatory policies. Student Bar Association (SBA) Delegates Morgan Hinds and Eugene Flynn attempted to charter a local chapter of the Christian Legal Society (CLS) on Nov. 13, 2022. This […]

TU installs Wellness Machine on campus

The Wellness Machine contains menstrual and sexual health products for students. A ribbon cutting ceremony marked the opening of the Wellness Machine on the east end of the Student Union on Feb. 13. The vending machine provides latex and non-latex condoms, EContra One-Step (morning-after pill), pregnancy tests, lube, vanilla and mint flavored dental dams, internal […]

J.K. Rowling is still transphobic, despite lackluster defense

An Op-Ed written by Pamela Paul sparks the debate over J.K. Rowling again. J.K. Rowling is known for writing the “Harry Potter” series and crafting the Wizarding World that millions know and love. But more recently, she is also known for being a Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist (TERF) and expressing transphobic views. The New York Times […]

TU sets Guinness World Record for largest pizza party

If the goal was charity, TU spent more effort breaking the record than inducing generosity. This past Saturday, the University of Tulsa made history by hosting the largest documented pizza party in the world. The Guinness World Record was attempted between 6:50 p.m. and 7:05 p.m. There were 3,357 people in attendance at the Reynold’s […]

See me after class

See me after class is a weekly column where a different professor reveals their variety favorites. Dr. Rachel Head is an assistant professor of sociology who received her B.S. from Missouri State University, M.A. from The University of Oklahoma and Ph.D. from North Carolina State University. What’s your favorite book? What book would you say […]

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 […]