Category: Media

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 […]

Associated Press recruits two students to cover national and local elections

(Tulsa, Okla., Feb. 16, 2024) – The upcoming presidential election is one that many people have offered an opinion about its outcome. Various national surveys have been weighing in on the electability and popularity of the candidates. The national debate has engaged (and enraged) people to participate in the basic tenet of a democracy – […]

News Analysis: People’s Mental Health: A Talk

Chase Goza, editor at the TCC Connection, sat down with Madison Green, a counselor at Grand Lake Medical Health Center in Cleveland, Okla., for a discussion on mental health. Green’s specialty is counseling children, so an enlightening conversation on the state of mental health in modern times took place. Leading topics in health care, including […]

Storytelling is celebrated at OK SO Storyslam 

Annina Collier, dean of the McKeon Center for Creativity, during a storytelling workshop, noted that creating a story is a collaborative experience. With platforms such as The Moth, interest in storytelling has grown in popularity. Accordingly, the need for workshops is being addressed at TCC recently. The theme for this month’s OK SO Tulsa Storyslam held […]

UCO Media Ethics Conference emphasizes truth and the media

The University of Central Oklahoma hosted its annual media ethics conference, on Oct. 3. The theme for this year’s conference was “War on Truth: Confronting Deception in Media.” The program, sponsored by UCO’s Mass Communication department, featured local, national, and international speakers.  Tulsa Community College (TCC) students and TCC faculty adviser, Jerry Goodwin, attended the […]

‘Meet the Press Day’ Informs and Celebrates Journalism Profession

During “Meet the Press Day” at the McKeon Center for Creativity on Dec. 9, a diverse community of journalists gathered to share knowledge and insight about the journalism field. The program was sponsored by the National Association of Black Journalists – Tulsa chapter in collaboration with TCC Connection. The first segment of the day featured […]

Preview: ‘Beetlejuice: The Musical’ – Get ready to dance with the Ghosts!

Prepare yourself for a unique glimpse into the afterlife with “Beetlejuice: The Musical.” The Broadway play production is scheduled to be at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., from Nov. 21-26. The play is a musical adaptation of the iconic 1988 film ‘Beetlejuice’ directed by Tim Burton. It will make you laugh, […]

Preview: Mizna’s Arab Film Festival returns to Circle Cinema, Nov. 9 

Circle Cinema, Tulsa’s only nonprofit independent historic theater, offers many unique viewing experiences for its members and guests. Circle screens an array of films, from Hollywood blockbusters to local independent films. It also showcases documentaries, silent films, and special screenings that are followed by one-of-a-kind panel discussions. Circle Cinema truly offers moviegoers visual experiences you […]

Review: Earth and Soul: A Store That Offers Spiritual Journeys  

Visit Earth and Soul in Sand Springs, Okla. The metaphysical shop has all the supplies for spiritual wellbeing. Upon entering the shop, one is immediately struck by the sheer amount of jewelry that decorates the walls. Each one of these pieces of jewelry happens to be hand wrapped by the owner of the store Rhonda […]

Review: Allie Colleen and Joleen Brown: A Night of Country Melodies

Allie Colleen, the headliner at the Shrine on July 5, put on a true country show for her first-time performing in the city of Tulsa. Joleen Brown opened for her at the concert. These female musicians were both born in Oklahoma. Local country music flooded the Shrine with these two down-home singers’ vocals.   “I went […]

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