By Audrey Werth/tr news editor South Campus opened its new, environmentally friendly technology building, offering classes this semester for students in construction and heating, air conditioning and refrigeration programs.
By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Although she originally planned to stay at TCC a few years and move to a university, TR Campus’ founding president, Tahita Fulkerson, has retired after more than 34 years with the college.
By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief Students will see an increase in tuition starting in spring 2016 after TCC’s board of trustees approved the new operating budget in a 6-1 vote Aug. 24.
By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Over the summer break, the Texas Legislature passed a law that will allow students, faculty and staff to bring firearms onto campus.
By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief When asked what he will miss the most about TCC, Gary Smith says it will be the people.
By Brandy Voirin/reporter Most students know to study the syllabus before the semester begins, but TR student John Koutsousfis recommends studying a campus map as well.
By Jamil Oakford/managing editor As students filter back into class, an unmistakable fatigue surrounds them as they try to gear up for the semester.
By Jessy Diamba/reporter Not only does an early visit to the advising/counseling center make sense because it’s required, but students can benefit, counseling staff say.
By Devin Simkins/reporter Struggling with how to study for college is a common issue for students.