by Jason Middlebrooks/reporter South Campus will be the site of a conference Feb. 10 aimed at boosting young African-American professionals. Continuing Education Services will host the 11th annual Ariel Hunter-Chriss African American Professionals Conference in the Student Center. Coordinator Jerilyn Edmonds and director Alisa Jones say the conference aims to improve the careers and financial […]
By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor A new line of jobs in this digital age is being run right from people’s thumbs.
Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be just a Hallmark holiday. Granted, Valentine’s Day only comes in second to Christmas in card-sending holidays with a total of approximately 150 million exchanged, women making up 85 percent of the senders.
By Raegan Scharfetter/ se news editor Climate change has been the topic of controversy for many years now, sparking debates throughout the political and science community.
By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor Despite the fact that Texas had 2,823 reported firearm-related deaths in 2014, state legislators are still hard at work to arm its citizens as quickly and inexpensively as possible.
By Ayanna Watson Students engaged in casual conversation with TR Campus president Sean Madison in the TR Cafe Jan. 31.
By Brittnee Junkersfeld SE speech instructor Rebekah Pointer-Adderley will address different aspects of love within relationships at a workshop, A Love Affair, Feb. 14.
By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor Every semester, TCC campuses give students an opportunity to join the Bone Marrow Donor Registry.