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 Tabitha Redder/reporter In No Escape, a family’s journey to survive in an ambiguous unspecified Asian country was shot well but carries the weight of an achingly uncomfortable plot.
Social media has developed a large gray area over what qualifies as “freedom of speech” and what can be labeled as offensive.
Tabitha Redder/reporter Infidelity and adultery have always lurked in dark corners as unmentionable taboos, but a recent cyber hack brought extramarital affairs into the limelight.
Jamil Oakford/managing editor Between capturing the first pictures of Pluto and the discovery of an Earth-like planet not too far away, NASA has caught public attention and interest.