Author: Tatyana Nyborg

Review: Tulsa Zoo’s” BUGS” exhibition brings a surreal experience while educating 

More than one million species of insects populate the Earth. Studying bugs is difficult because they are tiny. In response, the Tulsa Zoo developed an idea to blow up the proportions of the insects to an enormous size. By doing so, the oversized models have been attractive to visitors who attend the “BUGS” exhibit at […]

TCC students participate in “Application Completion Night” 

The Tulsa Community College (TCC) University Transfer office and the Tulsa Higher Education Consortium organized an event at the Metro Campus, where students could complete an admissions application to a four-year college free of charge. The event occurred on April 3, 2024. 

Review: Beautiful performance of Tulsa Opera singers touches the hearts of viewers at the Center for Creativity 

The recent performance of Tulsa Opera singers at the “I Can’t Enjoy Opera” workshop changed someone’s opinion that opera is a boring art. Two opera singers and a pianist presented four arias at the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Center for Creativity on Feb. 24.  Maddie Breedlove, a singer and a Filstrup Resident Artist in the […]

Review: ‘I Can’t 3D Print’ turns into ‘Wow, I Can’ at the high-tech workshop 

Tulsans were placed into the heartbeat of the new, exciting technology of 3D printing at the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Center for Creativity on Feb. 24.   The demonstration of 3D printing was organized by “Engage Learning,” a new partner of the Center for Creativity, according to Annina Collier, dean of the TCC Center for Creativity. […]

Reporter’s Notebook: Two days of returning of ice age in Oklahoma 

A massive ice storm went through the Sooner State on Jan. 22 and 23, 2024. In Tulsa, 0.28 inches of freezing rain accumulated, according to the National Weather Service. The roads were turned into a complete sheet of ice, creating hazardous conditions for drivers.  I observed the storm from a rural area of Oklahoma near […]

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. 

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