Category: General News

News Analysis: Fostering with Street Cats prepares for adoption

In early February, my wife and I decided to start fostering for a local animal shelter in Tulsa. Since that time, we have been fostering for Street Cats, a local non-profit animal shelter. It has been a rewarding experience and can help place a cat in a home until the cat is ready to be […]

Stories of Loss, Love, and Reality Checks performed at OKSO Tulsa Grandslam

OKSO held its eighth Tulsa Grandslam in May. The winner for this year’s event was Jordan Price. She won the top honor with a tragic story of her father’s surgery. Price shared a heartfelt story about her estranged father going into high-risk surgery to remove his five aneurysms throughout his arteries, and her healing through […]

Tandy Student Success Center opens at TCC’s Metro Campus

Tandy Student Success Center has opened its doors at Tulsa Community College’s (TCC) Metro Campus. New construction began at the Metro Campus in fall 2021, and it was completed in spring 2022. Dr. Leigh Goodson, president and CEO at TCC, explained the purpose of the renovation, “It is critical TCC provides services to our students […]

A stunning new chapter begins for the Northeast Campus Fuel Pantry

Students at the Northeast Campus of Tulsa Community College (TCC) may now turn to the Northeast Fuel Pantry (NFP) for food assistance. As the March Madness Food Drive Week ended, the gathered donations of dry and refrigerated goods, toiletries, household supplies, and clothing served as an opportunity for the food insecure students of TCC. An […]

First Asian American Pacific Islander Cultural Festival makes a mark on the Tulsa community

On May 14, Tulsa Global District (TGD) and the Hmong American Association of Oklahoma organized the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Cultural Festival to celebrate the global cultures of Tulsa. The festival was in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month.  As Tulsans walked into the tucked away AAPI Cultural Festival on 18 th and Garnett grass area […]

Kendall Whittier Community Day Festivities

April 9th, Kendall Whittier Community Day was a great way for the community to get involved. Sydney Alison, Community Engagement Coordinator with Kendall Whittier Main Street explained, “We started planning KW Community Day at the end of January of this year.” Alison said they had several organizations in the area reach out to them for […]

TCC International Student Organization goes to the Oklahoma State Capitol

On April 6, the International Student Organization (ISO) students participated at the International Student Recognition Day at the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City. On the marbled floors of the Oklahoma State Capitol, surrounded with students from over 44 countries, all studying in colleges and universities from around Oklahoma, the ISOstudents were there to promote […]

Hey, my name is BLU, TCC’s new virtual assistant

If you have been on the Tulsa Community College (TCC) website recently, you may have noticed a new feature. In the lower right-hand side of the page is a blue dialogue box. This tool lets you engage with TCC’s first ever virtual assistant. BLU is a chat bot, which was funded by the TCC Foundation, […]

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