By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor TCC students met with state representatives to tell their personal stories and address their concerns including campus carry and textbook prices as part of Community College Day at the Texas Capitol Feb. 7.
By Jason Middlebrooks/ south news editor Former TCC student Teresa McClellan and current student Raquel Spears both faced a dilemma. They had to go back to school to keep their jobs. McClellan’s story starts after the Great Recession of 2007. Harris Methodist Hospital Downtown Fort Worth decided to convert its nursing staff from a mix of […]
By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor Students across TCC campuses are sharpening their math skills to prepare for round two of the Jim Bolen Math Competition Feb. 24. The competition, sponsored by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges, is open to students who have under 20 credit hours and do not hold any two- or […]
Starting Aug. 1, concealed handguns will be legally allowed by permit holders on campus, affecting all TCC students.
By Lee Mendez/ tr news editor The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Feb. 9 against reinstating President Donald Trump’s travel ban. But that’s not the end of the story.
By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor People enjoyed seeing videos of self-described white nationalist Richard Spencer getting punched in the face. I mean, they enjoyed it a lot.
By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor Plan. Pursue. Persist. That’s what it means to lead with goals, speakers told NE Campus students during a joint program sponsored by the Student Leadership Academy and Student Success Seminar Feb. 9.
By Jason Middlebrooks/ south news editor Veterans counselor Valerie Groll held a Taco Tuesday meet and greet for military veteran TCC students.
By Tags Tagliaferro Planning and pizza is the game plan for students Feb. 21 in the South Campus Pizza and a Plan activity.