By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief When a student in her 20s, sitting alone in the hallway between classes, was asked about her thoughts on the race for the presidency, she started tearing up.
By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor Whenever her students feel discouraged about voting in this year’s election, NW history and government professor Laura Wood uses an ice cream analogy.
By Edith Mariscal/ reporter The Diversity Awareness Expo introduced SE Campus students to different cultures and their history.
By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor South students learned how sleeping under a desk could be a step toward reaching their goals at Success of Nuestra Gente Oct. 13 as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
By Lee Mendez The TCC community gathered to celebrate Hispanic culture and encourage people to find their own camino during the Abrazando al Exito Oct. 20 on TR Campus.
By Lee Mendez Two World War II veterans who fought in the famous battle of Iwo Jima told of their experiences at a NE Veteran’s Association luncheon Oct. 17.
By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor South Campus students in the architectural program competed in CANstruction with their replica of the old Dallas County Courthouse Oct. 16.