TCC’s Northeast Campus provost John Gibson has long, artistic history

Long-time Provost for Tulsa Community College’s (TCC) Northeast Campus John Gibson has recently moved to the Southeast Campus. Taking the opportunity to be in the mecca of TCC’s artistic community, Gibson jumped at the chance to switch campuses with current Provost of Southeast, Dr. Brett Campbell. Dr. Campbell is the vice president of Workforce Development…

Daily fantasy baseball challenges players to follow trends and numbers

The draw to daily fantasy baseball seems to be the convenience factor that the user gains while playing. With injuries and poor batting slumps out of the equation, managers can pick and choose which players they actually trust. This option is opposed to a season long league that leaves managers stuck with players that may…

Shakti-The Power Within

Kripalaya Dance Academy and Priya Raju are bringing “Shakti” to the Tulsa Performance Arts Center. Shakti is a style of Indian Dance that represents power within each dancer. The dance is done by a large group of 15-20 dancers and involves all ages. Priya Raju is the director of the production. “Shakti” is the third…

Spokto Beverage Company wins physical product portion of Tulsa Start Up Series

In another installment of the annual start up competition the Tulsa Start Up Series crowned it’s third winner in the series of five categories. The Tulsa Start Up Series helps up and coming local businesses cultivate and grow their products. On April 18, 2016 Tulsa’s newest entrepreneurial hub 36 Degrees North held the presentation and…

Mobile Food Apps: You get what you pay for

The mobile food app phenomenon is happening. Mobile food apps have been helping customers get in and get out since the smartphone became an essential accessory. In seconds one can walk into a restaurant, jump the line of waiting customers, and receive their food in little to no time. Why would one not want to…

Tulsa Review: 2016 TCC’s Literary Journal

The Tulsa Community College (TCC) literary publication, The Tulsa Review, is the place where current as well as former students and staff can submit written work to a peer-review journal. For students early in their writing career, the journal is an opportunity to get experience being published. The Tulsa Review was started in 2013 and…