By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief NE student Hannah Israel takes four classes at TCC 9 a.m.-7 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday and works at Chili’s on Monday and Friday.
By Isabelle Zhu/ reporter Mary, a NE student, woke up at 5 a.m. She held her back, got off the bed and walked to the kitchen. She put strawberries, a banana and Greek yogurt in the blender to make a smoothie and then made pancakes for her husband, Jose. After breakfast, she cleaned up the table.
By Michael Foster Sanders/ reporter When thinking about the choices made in life, the mindset that people develop is influenced by their environment and upbringing, which affects how a person make decisions, two NE speakers said April 5.
By Jason Middlebrooks/ south news editor SE Muslim Student Association president Nashat “Nash” Qashou is a normal 20-year-old marketing student who wishes to open his own agency one day. When he is not going to school or studying, he spends time with his friends and family.
By Tyler Poda/ reporter A mixed group of citizens joined to make a difference in Texas history, a history professor from Texas Christian University told SE Campus students April 20.
By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor Some TCC students were shocked to hear about the death of a NE student while others were saddened but not surprised by the news because they said violence against women is not a rare occurrence.
By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Learning from other college students leads to high passing rates in difficult courses, according to a presentation to TCC’s board of trustees.
By Reginald Rutledge One’s study habits impact the ability to properly learn, TR academic advisor Christina Martinez told students April 19.