By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief From her time as an instructor on NE Campus to becoming head of Tarrant County College in 2010, Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley left an impression on everyone she met.
By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley knew from the moment she was hired in 1968 that TCC was where she wanted to be. And after 47 years, the college never lost its luster.
By — Sarah Young As a part of its Golden Jubilee Speaker Series, NW Campus will host a presentation on Crime Rates, Prisons, and the Loss of Faith in the Nation’s Institutions Oct. 14.
By Samuel Medina/ south news editor Even since her death last year on Oct. 16, LeJuana Montford still manages to impact people’s lives.
By Jade Cox/ reporter Networking is necessary to run TCC, and even the most remote places can retrieve it, the NW computer science department chair said Sept. 30.
By Alex Aviles/ reporter It was not drought that caused the Dust Bowl, but rather people’s treatment of the land that triggered it, a University of Texas at Arlington history professor told SE Campus students Sept. 29.
When we asked people to describe who Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley was as a person, several words seemed to repeat themselves. Passionate. Driven.
Oct. 7 NW health services will offer free sexually transmitted disease testing 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in WCTS 1151. No appointment is required, and the testing process should take 40-45 minutes. For more information, contact health services at 817-515-7672.
By Sara Young In an attempt to encourage support for the district’s LGBT community, TCC will hold a series of Safe Space training sessions on each campus.