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Early voting to begin on most campuses

Early voting to begin on most campuses

By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Early voting will be available on four TCC campuses next week as voters choose new state and local representatives. This election will yield the first new governor in 14 years because the incumbent, Rick Perry, is not running for re-election.

Chancellor announces health issue, plan to fight

Chancellor announces health issue, plan to fight

Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley has announced an unspecified medical issue, according to an email sent to faculty and staff Oct. 17.…

Students enroll in new degrees before board approval

Students enroll in new degrees before board approval

By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC’s board of trustees approved four new degree plans during its Oct. 16 meeting. The approval is tardy as students have already…

Chicano racial injustices outlined in SE presentation

By Victoria Cross/reporter Chicano parents took large strides to protect their future generations from being held back educationally and socially during the Jim Crow age,…

NW Campus seminar to give students 12 laws of success

NW Campus will present First in the Family: 12 Laws of Success for First-Generation College Students 12:30-1:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in the Michael Saenz Conference…

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MLA, APA format demystified on NE

By Jalyn Sneed/reporter Students learned the importance of the MLA/APA format for their academic papers, ways the two…

Names and Events

Now-Oct. 31 South Campus Phi Theta Kappa will sell raffle tickets for $1 to win president Peter Jordan’s…

Former TCC adviser honored at TCCJA conference

Former TCC adviser honored at TCCJA conference

By Ashley Wood/south news editor The Collegian staff received 20 awards at a Texas journalism competition where a…

TCC students celebrate Eid in new, traditional ways

TCC students celebrate Eid in new, traditional ways

By Linah Mohammad/reporter Salma Sammour had a once-in-a-lifetime experience this month. The SE continuing education student went to…

Horror’s role in humanity will be focus of NE event

NE English assistant professor Lisette Blanco-Cerda will present A Rhetoric of Walking Skeletons at 11:10 a.m. Oct. 30…

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