Student leaders and staff from Tulsa Community College gathered to represent the college at Higher Education Day at the State Capitol on Feb. 15, 2022. The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education describes the importance of the day is “To demonstrate the value and importance of our state system of higher education to Oklahoma’s current […]
Looking Back at 2021: TCC hosts Halloween contest
: Tulsa Community College (TCC) hosted a Halloween costume contest at the Northeast Campus. The event was sponsored by Student Life.
Looking back at 2021: Tulsa State Fair 2021 scored success after a one-year absence
Tulsa Punk Rock Flea Market lives on at Expo Square
Tulsa Punk Rock Flea Market returned in September to the Expo Square. The annual event hosts live bands take over the stage and a full bar as well as concessions were available for attendees to enjoy. Both local and regional vendors alongside other organizations offered items during the concert. In addition to the entertainment, food […]
County Wide Law Enforcement comes together for hiring event
Tulsa County held a recent hiring event. There were more than 10 booths participating at the program on July 27. Currently, law enforcement and civilian positions are open to the public, (Deputy Sheriff, Police Officer, Troopers, 911 Dispatch, Dentation Officer, Clerk, and Maintenance). The event was open to the public, thus walk ins were welcomed. […]
La Fiesta de Tulsa celebrates Latin and Hispanic cultures
The annual festival at The Gathering Place celebrates Latin and Hispanic cultures through art, dance, music, food and more.
SNAPS: Pride returns to Tulsa
Tulsa Pride was hosted by Oklahomans for Equality (OKEQ), located on the corner of 4th Street and Kenosha. This year, 2021, was the largest pride in the event’s history and first-time participants made up roughly 60 percent of the parade procession according to the Tulsa Police Department. An estimated 40,000 attendees enjoyed the parade. To […]
Black Wall Street Heritage Parade remembers the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921
The Black Wall Street Heritage Parade walked through the Greenwood District, starting from the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa (OSU-Tulsa) parking lot and finishing atGeorge Washington Carver Middle School. Organizations participated with floats in recognition of black history, and individuals represented iconic people from Tulsa’s past.
Empower Tulsa Self-Defense offers free lessons
Empower Tulsa Self-Defense was created by the Tulsa Police Community Engagement Unit and the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office. This class offered free lessons for females ages 12 and up at the LaFortune Community Center. The classes started in March and continued through May.