Ecofest 2017 hopes to cultivate the minds of young visitors at TCC

Teaching children about the ecosystem and the way nature and human life coincide is a crucial part of cultivating the next generation of children. When children learn how to properly tend to plants and animals, they can have a greater appreciation of how to better member of the ecosystem. On March 25, 2017 Tulsa Community…

Tulsa Roughnecks notch first home win of the season with 1-0 victory

      Flashback to the late 1970s and early 80s, the Tulsa Roughnecks Soccer Club was Tulsa’s only soccer team. It was a part of the National American Soccer League and played its games at the University of Tulsa’s Skelly Stadium. Many Tulsans may remember that in early80s, the Tulsa Roughnecks were named champions…

Triple doubles and resting troubles: 2017 playoff preview

The NBA season is slowly grinding to a halt. Some teams are trying to dodge the injury bug by resting players while Russell Westbrook has historic plans for all of his 82 games. Looking toward the playoffs, Western Conference fans can see that this season, the Golden State Warriors (66-14) are not the same team…

Late jumper by Troy Caupain pushes No. 11 Cincinnati past Tulsa

PDF Version: CincyvsTUFeb1 University of Tulsa basketball coach Frank Haith knew what to expect when No. 11 ranked Cincinnati came to the Reynolds Center. Last season, the Bearcats pushed Tulsa to an overtime game in which Tulsa ended up winning 70-68. In this head to head match up, some of the same characteristics that the previous…

The Connection News: Episode 5

Here is the fifth installment of the award winning student broadcast from Tulsa Community College, The Connection News.

Keeping up with the times, new ramen

Photos provided by Jinya Ramen Bar On a cold day in Tulsa, the popular choice of food is slowly changing from a hearty potion of biscuits and gravy to a hot bowl of ramen noodles. It might be hard to imagine paying more than 45 cents for a bowl of ramen noodles, but the way…

Family members hope to enlighten students on effects of drunk driving

Carol Hicks and Doc Livingston are two people that believe that the youth of Oklahoma need to see and hear the many consequences that transpire when someone chooses to drive under the influence. On Nov. 30, Hicks and Livingston chose to come to Tulsa Community College’s Northeast Campus and give a small talk on the…

The Pop House takes home grand prize during first annual Demo Day at TCC

Tulsa’s very own Shark Tank style competition, Demo Day was held as the Tulsa Community College Center for Creativity. The competition, sponsored by TCC and the Lobeck Taylor Foundation (LTFF), gave five unique businesses the chance to pitch his or her company to a panel of distinguished judges. The panel was loaded with professionals that…

Northeast Campus’ mock election tests the democratic waters of TCC

As November carries forward and Americans everywhere cast ballots that decide their future, Tulsa Community College’s (TCC) Northeast Campus Student Life hosted its very own mock election. The mock election was from Oct. 24-25. Students, staff and, faculty were invited to vote to see what would happen if TCC were choosing the next president of the…