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  • The Tulsa Community College Community Orchestra and Community Band will perform a Winter Concert on at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education on the TCC Southeast Campus. Enjoy music from various composers of classical and contemporary styles. Many holiday favorites will also be performed. General admission is $5; students and senior citizens, $4; groups of 10 or more, $2; TCC students and faculty, two complimentary passes. For tickets, call 918-595-...
    12/13/2012
  •     Tulsa Community College officially opened its Glenpool Community Campus on Dec. 5 with an open house in the old Glenpool City Hall.  The former seat of government for Glenpool is now Tulsa Community College’s center of learning for Glenpool and South Tulsa County. “Tulsa Community College had an opportunity to partner with Glenpool and respond to a community need,” said TCC President Tom McKeon.  “We were able to use an existing building to...
    12/11/2012
  • Book review on “The Hobbit” by Adam Brennan, TCC Librarian. I can still remember the first time I read J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” and followed Bilbo Baggins on his journey through the wilds of Middle Earth. Like so many before me, “The Hobbit” was my first forray into the fantasy genre and kindled an addiction to reading that lasts today. “The Hobbit” was a gateway book that led me to C. S Lewis, Robert Jordan, Robert E. Howard, Jack...
    12/10/2012
  • TCC’s Glenpool Community Campus held an open house event on Dec. 5. (From left) Dr. Peggy Dyer, TCC Provost; Former Glenpool Mayor Shane Buchanan; Dr. Tom McKeon, TCC President; Kathy Coley, Superintendent of Glenpool Public Schools; Glenpool Mayor Tommy Carner; Kathy Portley, TCC student; and Glenpool City Manager Ed Tinker. Classes began in the newly renovated building during the fall semester.   An open house is set in early December to show-off Tulsa Community College...
    11/28/2012
  • People think of fun and tradition as key ingredients in making a gingerbread house and a new event in Tulsa challenges you to mix in engineering and math, as well, to build your creation.  This is not an ordinary gingerbread house competition because the rules require that the exhibit be a scale-model of an architecturally significant or famous home/building.  So, the White House, the Empire State Building, the BOK Center or a model of a Tudor-style home would all be great ideas for...
    11/20/2012
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