by Andrew Forbes/reporter In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, a Richland College sociology professor, spoke to TR Campus students and faculty May 2 about Japanese internment camps that came and their relevance today. “I am the son of a Japanese internment camp survivor,” Mike Itashiki said. Itashiki’s father and grandparents were taken to […]
By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief This year, TCC will have two commencement ceremonies instead of the one ceremony it’s had for years, and graduates better know which one to attend.
By Jeremy Moore/ se news editor Research has shown that African-American representation is low in some majors that lead to higher-paying jobs.
Canceling courses because of a lack of student interest is one thing. Canceling a course that’s offered only once a year or is part of a field of study because there aren’t many taken seats seems a bit counterintuitive.
By Jeremy Moore/ se news editor Johnny Manziel seems to have fallen in love with getting himself into trouble.
By Martin Ramirez/ south news editor While the world mourns the death of musician Prince, many of the generation that came after the 1980s are left scrolling through tributes for an artist they don’t really know — an artist that has impacted their lives without them knowing it.
By Joshua West/ reporter Professors still teach film photography even though it is a dying art form.
by Jessica Badejo/reporter The Brand U-Etiquette Luncheon May 6 on South Campus began with mocktails, questionnaires and small talk. “We don’t correct other’s etiquette. We just know our own,” said Robin Bone, Texas Wesleyan University’s career services director.