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  •   Tulsa Community College’s first Mind Games team didn’t need to phone-a-friend in order to win two rounds in KSBI’s academic bowl competition. TCC students Catherine Burton, Allison Hogue, Michael Leibfried, Grant Brobson and Sepideh Darbandi won their first two Mind Games matches against Carl Albert (170-70) and Southern Nazarene University (190-150), and are now headed to game three on March 6. The game will be televised March 7 on Oklahoma City’s KSBI. Burton,...
    02/29/2012
  • Local high school students attend the Tulsa Community College Honors Showcase sponsored by State Farm on Feb. 23 in Tulsa. Pictured are Dr. Ric Baser, associate vice president for academic affairs, and Susan O’Neal, director of the Honors Program, with a high school student who attended.   Approximately 140 high school seniors and parents attended the first Tulsa Community College Honors Showcase on Feb. 23 in Tulsa. Select seniors were chosen to attend this event based on their...
    02/28/2012
  • She didn’t speak until she was 4 years old, and today she is a household name to ranchers, animal scientists, autism advocates and HBO audiences. Dr. Temple Grandin, whose life was chronicled in the HBO film "Temple Grandin"  will speak at 7 p.m. March 6 in the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education on the Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus. In her presentation, “Animals, Autism and Visual Thinking” she will describe the connection that she, as a...
    02/27/2012
  • An event that began in 2005 at Tulsa Community College has grown so large that the name has changed to better reflect the population it serves. The former South Tulsa Regional Transition Institute has been renamed the Regional Transition Fair to encompass high school and middle school students with disabilities from across the Tulsa region. The Regional Transition Fair is 6 to 8 p.m. March 13 in the Student Union of the TCC Southeast Campus. The fair gives students with disabilities and their...
    02/07/2012
  • “Dead Man Walking,” the best-selling book and major motion picture starring Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn, has been carried over to another art form: opera. The Tulsa Opera will perform “Dead Man Walking” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25; 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 2; and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 4 in the Chapman Music Hall at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. In addition, a special pre-performance event will bring the audience closer to this fascinating story. Hear...
    02/07/2012
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