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NE final four basketball teams compete for title Friday

By Allison Dooley/reporter The NE Campus men’s intramural basketball tournament completed its crucial fourth week Friday with final tournament pairings set after the conclusion of play. Four teams moved into this week’s final phase starting at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Instead of creating their own names, the teams were numbered. Team Two vs. Team Four The […]

NE student coach leads two basketball teams to playoff positions

By John Harden/sports editor Pacing back and forth along the sidelines, NE student Dolyn Mayo observes a basketball game in progress. He watches the performance of each team on the court from the sidelines and notes every move each team makes. During the game, Mayo yells at the players on the court to “Play tighter […]

South teams continue playoff search

By John Harden/sports editor With the South Campus basketball playoffs only a couple weeks away, teams are continuing the fight for playoff position. Fort Worth Lakers vs. Black With 18 points, David Lyons helped Black to keep the Lakers at bay, winning 63-52. In the absence of lead scorer Tory Woods, the Lakers’ Aquantis Davis […]

AIDS Walk helps benefit HIV-positive women, men

By Gary Collins/reporter Civic-minded individuals looking to make a difference and get some exercise can participate in the 17th annual AIDS Walk. The Tarrant County AIDS Walk is Sunday, April 5. Registration begins at 1 p.m., and the walk starts at 2 p.m. outside the Fort Worth Community Arts Center at 1300 Gendy St. The walk […]

Students diagnosed with March Madness

By Allison Dooley/reporter March Madness has hit TCC. College basketball fans across the country are gearing up for the March 17 start of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, pitting the top 65 college basketball teams in the country. Besides the legal wagering in Las Vegas, millions of other fans enter work and office pool brackets. […]

NW teams Angels, Liverpool debut with win

By Rosa Jaimes/reporter Defending intramural title champions Liverpool returned to NW Campus last week ready to win this year’s indoor soccer title. The first day of the 5-on-5 indoor soccer tournament opened March 3 with two games and an audience of about 40 students watching. The first game matched Teams CJ & DJ Angels against […]

Student test-taking tips given at South seminar

By Robert Lavery/reporter Students can overcome test anxiety with preparedness and positive thinking, a South Campus counselor told students Feb. 24. In How to Take a Test and Pass, Annie Dobbins said students should have a positive attitude, maintain their physical health, have an intimate familiarity with the material and know the structure of the […]

NE Campus preserves history with scrap wood

By Gary Collins/reporter Educational institutions often try to preserve history, both of the school and the community it serves. To commemorate 40 years, the NE Campus graphics department has produced the 40 Years of Excellence posters featuring photos taken over the past four decades on NE Campus. NE Campus was scheduled to open in the […]

NE forum to engage students

By Danilynn Welniak/ne news editor To keep the student body informed, NE student activities will sponsor an Ask The President lunch March 11. Dr. Larry Darlage, NE Campus president, will answer any questions regarding NE Campus prepared and presented by students and anyone else interested in asking. “He values what the students have to say and […]

Anorexia influenced by media, culture, speaker says

By Rosa Jaimes/reporter Under the category of mental disorders, anorexia has the highest mortality rate, the director of Eating Disorder Hope said last week. Jacquelyn Ekern, a recovering patient herself, discussed eating disorders and methods of treatment during a learning lunch Feb. 26 on NW Campus. “I used to have bulimia nervosa,” she said. Ekern […]

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