Category: Health

Meeting a need for students at Student Life: Fuel Pantry

Are you feeling hungry? Tulsa Community College, in partnership with the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, is dedicated to supporting student success by addressing a major issue: food insecurity. Any currently enrolled student is eligible to utilize the Fuel Pantry, which is conveniently located at Student Life on every campus. Leon Yang, a TCC student […]

Innergistic: Alternative Healing

There is a lesson being taught in positive healing at Innergistic, a welcoming space for the mind, body, and soul in Broken Arrow, Okla. The discussion, held by Sheri Salyer (an Affiliate Member of the Reiki Membership Association) on Jan. 28, had an array of subjects, all having to do with how to improve one’s […]

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 […]

How Bikes for Students is helping students inside and outside the classroom

Associate Professor of Science and Mathematics Don Crall at the Northeast Campus is on a mission to give bikes and teach his students about manufacturing in the process. Because they had to walk to the Northeast campus every day, and faced cat calling while walking, Aidan Finnell, an engineering student at Tulsa Community College (TCC), […]

REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK: Traveling during the pandemic is complicated, or how to book a flight

(Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a series.) To find the best deal on a flight, someone should search multiple booking websites and compare the prices. For example, I was searching a round-trip flight from Tulsa, Okla., to Kazakhstan (the republic of the former Soviet Union) in July 2021. The cheapest price was […]

Reporter’s notebook: International traveling during COVID-19 pandemic is complicated

(Editor’s Note: This is the first article in a series.) During the COVID-19 pandemic, some countries began to request visas from American citizens. Visas had to be obtained at the embassies of foreign countries in Washington, D.C. and other cities. For example, Kazakhstan (a republic of the former Soviet Union) had a visa-free policy for […]

TCC using federal funds to forgive outstanding balances – Clears path for thousands to continue with college

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following press release was provided by the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Media Relations department on Aug. 3, 2021. The release was edited for clarification. For more information about the forgiving outstanding tuition balance program, contact and include the student’s name and college ID number. Knowing individuals continue to struggle with the impact of […]

Anthem Service Dogs serve people with disabilities

Anthem Service Dogs, a non-profit organization based in Tulsa, Okla., was founded in 2018. The Anthem Service Dogs organization works closely with shelter organizations around Oklahoma. Before certification, the dogs are put through multiple tests to see how they react to toys, treats, loud noise, human touch, and other displays of distractions. After examination, the […]

Connection Conversations: Hospitality with Andrew Leonard

Connection Conversations: Hospitality with Andrew Leonard Overview: Host Anna Fuhrmeister interviews Andrew “Andy” Leonard over the affects and changes in the hospitality industry due to COVID-19 the past year and for upcoming travel seasons. Running time: 7:02 minutes Editor’s Note: The following transcript has been edited for clarity. Transcript from Interview: Anna Fuhrmeister: Welcome to […]

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