By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC says that Chesapeake Energy has underpaid the college for gas royalties from wells on South and NE campuses, according to a lawsuit filed Nov. 21.
By Audrey Werth/tr news editor After one semester of offering TCC courses at Tarleton State University’s Fort Worth Campus, administrators said they have plans for the program to grow.
By Ashley Wood/south news editor Marine Staff Sgt. Shannon Rogers sat with a broken back in a physical therapy room on a North Carolina base when she received the most devastating words of her life.
There’s been a proud tradition in the American culture of protesting. From the march on Selma and Washington during the Civil Rights Movement to the many peaceful (and not-so-peaceful) protests of the Vietnam War, it’s undeniable that this is one of the greatest freedoms available to Americans.
By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Creativity is generally associated only with fine art. Frequently, people claim they are not creative though they wish they were.
dylan bradley/editor-in-chief It’s the same scene every year. People rush in and out of stores to do their holiday shopping. Sales banners and advertising flood consumer senses, keeping them focused on their goal.
By James Nwankpah/ne news editor Getting a single voice to be heard among the crashing waves of numerous student opinions in a sea of constantly changing faces at a community college can be a difficult task.
By James Nwankpah/ne news editor Most winter lovers have already purchased every gift they plan to give to their loved ones come December 25. But not every family is fortunate enough to cross off every item on all their wish lists.
By Victoria Cross/reporter The secrets of great groups, behavioral traits of good leaders and team dysfunctions formed the discussion for the semester’s final Student Leadership Academy session on NE Campus Nov. 20.