Highlights of Female Athletics: Tyler Henderson

Sports editor Jaralynn Tammi Morellano says Tyler Henderson was a key player from the start. One of the youngest athletes to be inducted into the Tulsa Athletics Hall of Fame, Tyler Henderson, is the focus for this week of the Collegian’s Female Athletic Career series for Women’s History Month. Henderson was a four-year letter winner […]

Hey Kevin, that’s not how impeachment works

House Republicans open a baseless, illegitimate inquiry into President Joe Biden. Republican Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy announced that the U.S. House of Representatives would open an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. The Republican members of the House claim that President Biden was involved in the illicit business dealings of his son, Hunter […]

TU moves to online classes due to coronavirus concerns

The University of Tulsa has opted to hold all classes online until at least April 5 due to events that have increased the overall risk of spreading the coronavirus on campus. This news was delivered via a campus-wide email from Interim President Janet Levit that went out at 7:25 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10. The […]

Polanski continued to amass accolades while in Europe. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Protests of Polanski hopeful sign that Me Too has gone global

Multiple actresses walked out of the César awards when the Polish- French director’s film won. On Friday, Feb. 28, the César Awards were broadcasted live from France. Equivalent to the Oscars in the United States, the Césars are the national film award of France and have been a staple of the film community since 1976. […]

Bevin drags feet before admitting he lost Kentucky race

The governor conceded nine days later in a blow for the GOP and the president. On Nov. 14, incumbent Kentucky governor Matt Bevin finally conceded the Kentucky governor’s race. This is a full nine days after his opponent Andy Beshear claimed victory on election night. Why the difference? Bevin was not willing to admit defeat […]

Success of IS raid likely to boost morale of Trump supporters

The president’s use of “dog” as an insult has drawn the attention of many. On Saturday Oct. 26 a raid conducted between the United States and Kurdish intelligence resulted in the death of ISIS leader and founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The raid was conducted at al-Baghdadi’s compound in Northern Syria. Trump quickly made the announcement […]

“OK boomer” follows horseshoe theory

Millennials and boomers mock each other in similar ways. Watching arguments between these two generations is kind of like watching Instagram influencers flock to Chernobyl ⁠—they’re both rife with cancer. All this has happened before, and all this will happen again. From Hesiod’s “Ages of Man” and the deterioration seen there to the Biblical Fall […]

Wilco formed in 1994 and has been releasing music since, cultivating a familiar and comfortable performance style. courtesy Annabel Mehran/Pitch Perfect PR

Wilco concert demonstrates practiced musicianship

Wilco and Molly Sarles performed “Ode to Joy” tour at Cain’s Ballroom to long-time fans. Cain’s Ballroom hosted a different kind of concert than one I’ve ever been to on Tuesday evening. Wilco, with opener Molly Sarles, brought a completely unique sound and energy to Tulsa’s historic concert hall that permeated the entire city while […]

MLB balls bad for biz?

Student writer Zach Short covers the alleged lack of bounce in the baseballs being used for the playoffs. If you think that the baseball postseason, in a sport already notorious for being slow, has been extra boring this year, you are not the only one. Players and coaches all across the league have been expressing […]