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  • Tulsa Community College’s Theatre Department gets rid of the togas and laurel wreaths in the upcoming telling of the classic Greek Tragedy “Agamemnon” by Aeschylus and translated by Robert Browning.  This story is updated for the modern audience with a Steampunk influence for sound, prop designs, sets, and costumes and set in a post-apocalyptic future. In this TCC production of the Greek tragedy, the stage becomes a setting inspired by the industrialized Western...
    04/07/2014
  • Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has appointed Robin Flint Ballenger to the Tulsa Community College Board of Regents. Ballenger is currently the chairman of Flint Resources Company, LLC, and president of the Flint Family Foundation. She was officially sworn in at the TCC Board of Regents meeting in March. “It is a wonderful honor to have a chance to serve as a Regent of Tulsa Community College. I believe TCC is a major asset for Green Country, and I am eager to serve its students and to...
    04/01/2014
  • Tulsa Community College West Campus hosts the 2014 Family Fun Fair with free activities for the entire family. The event, a nearly 30-year tradition, focuses on the family unit and helps foster healthy and happy children by bringing families together in a safe and educational environment. The Family Fun Fair is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, April 5 at TCC West Campus, 7505 W. 41st Street South. The campus comes alive with games and live entertainment for the entire family as well as free...
    03/31/2014
  • Three candidates for president of Tulsa Community College have been selected to visit and meet with employees, students and the public as part of the search to replace current President Thomas K. McKeon before his retirement June 30. McKeon served TCC for 33 years in various administrative roles and for the last decade as the College’s president. Dr. Leigh Goodson, Dr. Richard Shrubb and Dr. Ann Valentine are scheduled to be in Tulsa on April 1, 2, and 3 for meetings and interviews at TCC...
    03/24/2014
  • Come to the 2014 EcoFest on Saturday, March 29 and enjoy family entertainment, see cooking demonstrations and learn about living a greener and healthier life. The theme this year is Growing Healthy Communities as EcoFest celebrates its fifth anniversary. The free day-long event begins at 9 a.m. and takes place on Tulsa Community College’s Northeast Campus. The festival features live music, children’s activities, environmental presentations, films, cooking demonstrations, and...
    03/14/2014
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