by Kathryn Kelman/ne news editor The man charged with killing NE student Molly Matheson has now been charged with capital murder, which means he could face the death penalty. Reginald Kimbro, 23, was arrested April 27 on a felony murder charge, but prosecutors upgraded the charge to capital murder after new evidence showed Matheson was […]
by Kathryn Kelman/reporter An arson investigation is ongoing following a fire in a women’s restroom on SE Campus May 3. The restroom, in ESEC 1105-R, was reported to have a strong smoke odor at 2:12 p.m., according to a press release issued May 4 by communication and executive affairs vice chancellor Reginald Gates. Burned paper […]
By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor Hundreds of caps will be flung into the air of the Fort Worth Convention Center May 16 as TCC graduates take their last step in receiving their diplomas.
By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief A Richland College vice president was named NW Campus president April 25.
TCC students who eat their meals on campus know the feeling: They walk to the cafeteria with every intention to eat a healthy meal, but only one billboard stares into their eyes.
By Heather Horton/ former staff writer Twenty years is a lifetime for most college students. Twenty years is also the length of time it has taken me to earn an Associate of Arts degree.
Each year, May brings spring flowers and a month dedicated to self-love. Yes, with finals right around the corner, National Masturbation Month couldn’t fall at a better time.