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  • Call it extreme theatre!  The Tulsa Community College Theatre Department and the Student Theatre Association are presenting The 24 Hour Plays.  Just as the title suggests, this is an evening of theatre crafted in just 24 hours from writing to performing a handful of new plays. TCC students will gather Friday, Nov. 1 to determine the number of plays and the length of the productions.  From there, the creative process begins.  Writers have until 8 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 to...
    10/28/2013
  • Flo Potts professional career has been about serving, listening, mentoring and supporting.  She has spent nearly three decades in higher education and currently is the Tulsa Community College Metro Campus Provost. She was recently named one of 50 Making a Difference by The Journal Record as part of the publication’s annual Woman of the Year award.  Potts attended a special dinner with the other honorees that recognized their leadership in business and service to their...
    10/22/2013
  • WestFest, a fall festival at Tulsa Community College’s West Campus, adds a free concert to its line-up of family fun and entertainment.  In addition to the music, the family friendly carnival will feature food, games and treats. The concert features Michael Boggs, a nationally known Christian music artist and songwriter.  Boggs was raised near TCC’s West Campus in the Berryhill area and recently released a new CD titled “More Like a Lion.” Free hotdogs, chips...
    10/21/2013
  • Tulsa Community College begins construction on the Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic at the TCC Metro Campus in downtown Tulsa.  Once completed, the nearly $2 million project partially funded by private dollars will provide physical therapy to patients in need as well as provide clinical learning opportunities for TCC students. “When we open this space to students, faculty, and patients in 2014, it will provide a unique and innovative service learning experience for TCC students,...
    10/16/2013
  • Tulsa Community College will host the annual Red Fork Native American Film Festival on Friday, Oct. 18 and Saturday, Oct. 19.  This year’s event marks the 10th anniversary of the festival at TCC West Campus, 7505 W 41st Street South.  The event is presented each year in association with the TCC Native American Studies Program. To mark this milestone, Red Fork Native American Film Festival will present a film retrospective including “American Indian Graffiti” written...
    10/14/2013
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