Category: Photo

Peaceful fall nature motifs are an invitation for reflections 

The withering of nature in the fall brings unexpected colors and compositions that can be explored by an artist. Fall comes to Oklahoma with its peaceful beauty of oak forests, rivers, and lakes. Tatyana Nyborg, TCC Connection Metro Campus editor, presents pictures of the oak forest by Keystone Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. 

Review: Favorite moments of 2023 Tulsa State Fair

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanya Nyborg (@tanyanyborg) The cattle exhibition occurred at Tulsa State Fair 2023. (Video by Tatyana Nyborg) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanya Nyborg (@tanyanyborg) Public enjoyed fun rides at Tulsa State Fair 2023. Nearly 25,000 Mega Ride pass wristbands were sold. (Video […]

Hip Hop 918 celebrates third year at Guthrie Green 

Hip-Hop 918 held its third year of the festival following the inaugural event in 2019. The musical celebration, named for the 918 area code of Tulsa, took the stage at Guthrie Green on Sept. 9. This year’s performances included Joeski Love, Steph Simon & the Straight Outta Tulsa Diamonds, Dangerous Rob, and headliner, EPMD. The […]

TCC recognizes International Day of Peace at Southeast Campus 

On Sept. 21, Tulsa Community College (TCC) students gathered in the Southeast Campus Peace Garden to celebrate the International Day of Peace. With a theme of “Actions for Peace: Our Ambition for the #GlobalGoals” as provided by the United Nations, a variety of college clubs and organizations sponsored live music, speakers, and activities for the […]

Tulsa Zoo Painted Blue

On August 19, the Tulsa Zoo was a sea of blue as Tulsa Community College (TCC) students explored the ground as part of the annual “Paint the Zoo Blue” event. A “One College” event, TCC students, staff, and their families were welcomed to roam the Tulsa Zoo to start the new academic year. The Zoo […]

Keystone Lake’s history: A story of nature and a former town

Keystone Lake is a body of freshwater that leads from Mannford to Sand Springs and is 15 miles west of downtown Tulsa. There was once an entire “Old West Town” that was founded in 1900 that has since been flooded over with Keystone Lake’s waters. The Keystone Dam began construction in 1956 and ended construction […]

Flowers decorate the exterior of TCC’s Metro Campus in summer

Tulsa Community College (TCC) Metro Campus experienced interior and exterior renovations within the last two years. Tatyana Nyborg, TCC Connection Metro Campus editor, reported on the interior construction and renovations in the past. In this essay, she has a goal to show the beauty of urban floral design outside the campus building. 

Part II: Review: Tokyo, OK panels, events, and contests 

Editor’s Note: This is Part II of a three-part series on Tokyo, OK.  On July 13, the Tokyo, OK staff began setting up for the upcoming weekend. It was on this day that passes were available for early pickup for anyone who had already reserved a weekend pass. The Hyatt Regency Tulsa Downtown was empty […]

I scream for the Taste of Summer Festival

On Aug. 5, the Taste of Summer Festival was held at Central Park on Main in Broken Arrow. The festival’s activities included water wars and water inflatables, active zone, arts and crafts, treasure dig, and various vendors. This year was its 21st year of hosting the event. For more information about the event and the […]

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