OPHE renovations complete
The OPHE Cardio Room renovations are complete, and it is now open for use. Renovations included a new television, new carpet, a stair stepper and a treadmill.
Forensics team takes victory
The TJC Forensics Team returned home from the Coyote Thunder Forensic Tournament with a third place sweepstakes trophy. TJC competed with over 10 universities including Sterling University (first place sweepstakes) and Kansas Wesleyan (second place sweepstakes), University of Oklahoma, West Texas A&M and others.
Winners included Austin Witherspoon,
Jessica Peters, Jeremiah Garcia and Alina Dolzhenko.
Parents Weekend arrives at TJC
TJC will celebrate its third annual Parents Weekend on Oct. 31 and Nov 1. The weekend begins with a campus-wide fall festival 6-8 p.m. Friday, in the Apache Rooms located in Rogers Student Center. Dinner will be served starting at 6 p.m. on the first floor of Rogers.
At 8 p.m. the Apache basketball team will take on North Lake College in Wagstaff Gym. Saturday, Oct. 13, students and parents will be treated to a come-and-go breakfast sponsored by the Alumni Association. President Dr. Mike Metke, ice presidents, deans and faculty members will be on hand for visits. Entertainment will be provided by the Jazz Band.
Double Vision art exhibition Opens
TJC Wise Auditorium Art Gallery will be exhibiting the works of Debbie Cannatella through Nov. 20.
Cannatella’s works show masterful control of watercolor while having powerful spontaneity within the structure of composition.
Cannatella currently teaches workshops at TJC West Campus as well as travels to surrounding cities and states as a workshop instructor. She is known for her bold use of watercolor and unexpected nuances in her interpretive realism.
A reception and artist talk will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20 in the Wise Auditorium Art Gallery.