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  • Tulsa Community College has extended the TCC Rides Free Powered by Tulsa Transit program through the spring 2014 semester which allows TCC students and employees the opportunity to ride Tulsa Transit for free.  This is an extension of the pilot program announced by TCC and Tulsa Transit in August 2013. TCC Rides Free powered by Tulsa Transit offers unlimited rides to TCC students and employees anywhere Tulsa Transit offers bus service through May 10.  TCC Rides Free topped more than 9...
    01/10/2014
  • The Tulsa Community College Theatre Program will hold auditions for the new improvisational comedy troupe called Die Laughing.  The group was formed in fall 2013 and hosts performances at TCC and tours high schools to inspire future students to pursue performing arts. TCC students and members of the public are invited to audition for Die Laughing.  No experience is necessary.  Auditions are 3-6 p.m., Jan. 12 at TCC Southeast Campus PACE classroom 6103. Die Laughing performed its...
    01/09/2014
  • Looking for better nutrition options in the new year? Tulsa Community College Fitness Center Specialist Shawna McClung, B.S., AFAA, is offering tips to those who may be resolving to eat healthier in 2014. She says: ·All meals should be under 450 calories. ·Snacks should be under 250 calories. ·Eliminate empty calories by avoiding sodas, fruit juices and high calorie drinks, especially during meals. ·Choose organic, range-free, grass-fed, antibiotic-free, and hormone-...
    01/02/2014
  • “It is not an exact science.  It is more of a free flowing thing,” said Teresa Biles, a Tulsa Community College graduate, while discussing how she created a piece of artwork during a fall Printmaking I class. That piece of artwork was selected as the cover of the college’s 2013 holiday card by TCC President Tom McKeon and his wife Stacey from a handful of student entries.  The card is sent to TCC faculty and staff as well as members of the Tulsa area community. Biles...
    12/20/2013
  • Tulsa area students and professional architects recently built scale model gingerbread structures that were displayed at Waterworks Art Center. This is the second year for the competition designed to challenge young students to use math and engineering and inspire them for future careers in STEM – science, technology, engineering and math. The scale-model gingerbread structures included famous buildings like the BOK Center and London Bridge. Others were historic buildings and...
    12/16/2013
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