Serving the Tarrant County College District

The Collegian

Serving the Tarrant County College District

The Collegian

Serving the Tarrant County College District

The Collegian

We are grateful, but TCC has room to grow
We are grateful, but TCC has room to grow
July 11, 2024

Many of our staff members are moving on after this semester and we cannot wrap up this academic year without reviewing about our time at TCC. But don’t worry, this is not a scathing review. Every institution has its ups and downs. TCC is no different, and we love the college for its differences....

The eclipse on April 8 is considered special because of it’s proximity to being a solar maximum.
People from around Tarrant County gather to witness five stages of total solar eclipse
HOPE SMITH, editor-in-chief • July 11, 2024

The TCC community stopped in its tracks April 8 as the moon passed over the sun, darkening the sky over crowds of cheering viewers. At TCC, all campuses hosted a viewing party for those who were interested in seeing the eclipse. Though some were concerned...

Dungeons, dragons, dabbling in danger
Dungeons, dragons, dabbling in danger
RACHAEL ADAMS, staff reporter • July 10, 2024

The NE Neurodivergent Club and the Gaming Club at the TCC NE campus is working to disprove misconceptions about Dungeons and Dragons. Since 2023, the two clubs came together to form a crash course for those curious about table tabletop role playing...

We are grateful, but TCC has room to grow
We are grateful, but TCC has room to grow
July 11, 2024

Many of our staff members are moving on after this semester and we cannot wrap up this academic year without reviewing about our time at TCC. But...

The eclipse on April 8 is considered special because of it’s proximity to being a solar maximum.
People from around Tarrant County gather to witness five stages of total solar eclipse
HOPE SMITH, editor-in-chief • July 11, 2024

The TCC community stopped in its tracks April 8 as the moon passed over the sun, darkening the sky over crowds of cheering viewers. At TCC,...

You don’t have to toss your tees, just practice empathy
You don’t have to toss your tees, just practice empathy
KEYLA HOLMES, campus editor • July 11, 2024

VIEWPOINT I understand if Brandy Melville shoppers feel as if they just can’t live without their cotton baby tees but please seriously consider...

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Freaknik began in 1983 and continued to grow every spring break. The documentary premiered Mar. 21 on Hulu.
Atlanta street party changed Black culture
KEYLA HOLMES, campus editor • July 8, 2024

For many, Freaknik has been coined as the greatest Black gathering in America. Some college students had their spring break fun in Florida, but...

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