In the Intro to Pipe class, offered through South’s welding program, students work on projects and familiarize themselves with the equipment.
South student Jessie Frerichs was left with double vision after her first brain surgery. She has had four total brain surgeries to remove tumors.
NE and SE student Sam Bailey and SE student Kemy Acosta peruse liquor bottles filled with colored water to inspire them for an assignment to create a unique concoction.
Illustration by Suzann Clay/The Collegian

Ridership sees increase

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Number of students using Trinity Metro continues to rise throughout fall term Seven months after TCC started covering the cost of Trinity Metro...
Illustration by Aftin Gavin/The Collegian

Editorial – Are Americans numb to mass shootings?

It happened again. Then it happened again 11 days later.  For those unfamiliar with recent events, what happened was a mass shooting resulting in 11...
The Grinch’s titular character holds his dog Max in a state of bewilderment at the endless holiday cheer from Whoville’s residents. The movie was released in theaters Nov. 9.

Movie Review – Newest version of classic falls short

By JW McNay/managing editor ‘The Grinch’ does little to improve old tale With the holiday season upon us, the newest version of The Grinch fails to...
Westlake Academy 7th grader Megan Flight, who plays Benjamin, playfully interacts with NW student Lane Norris, who plays Benjamin’s father, in The Yellow Boat which comes to stage Nov. 14-18 in Theatre Northwest.

Actors return to childhood

Badlands, Dennis Blagg

Local artists featured

South students Corey Cammon, Devinne Jorgensen, Danielle Davis and Raven Booker rehearse Exit Strategy for opening night. The play will run together with A Few Things Remain Nov. 1-3 on South Campus.

Two shorts to hit stage

Featured photos by our staff