By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Whether it’s a person or an institution turning 50, the celebration is not just inevitable, but special. As TCC enters its Golden Jubilee, The Collegian wanted to mark it with a special section. Within this section, readers can learn about two former chancellors and the current chancellor’s vision for the future. Readers […]
By Tabitha Redder/managing editor • Billboard top 100 song for most of July: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” – Rolling Stones.
By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor TCC’s 50th anniversary celebration is not for a campus opening but for the election that brought TCC into existence.
By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Hadley goes from NE instructor to the top
By Adam Dodson/reporter On the day Tarrant County Junior College opened the doors of its first campus in 1967, if someone would have told first-year student David Clinkscale that nearly 50 years later he’d retire after almost 40 of those years spent teaching government and history right there at that same campus, he would’ve stopped […]
By Martin Paredes/south news editor South Campus, at what was then Tarrant County Junior College, opened its doors in the fall of 1967 after a hectic two-year process of finding a chancellor, hiring a staff, finding a location, planning on top of more planning and finally completing construction.
By Matt Koper/ne news editor A man who has been with the college since its formation and was instrumental in forming the district has his name inscribed in bold letters across the library on NE Campus — Dr. James Ardis Bell.
By Brendon James/reporter Being second sometimes has its perks
By Lariza Moreno/reporter NW Campus would be the third one to come along, but unlike NE and South, NW took quite a long time to build.
By Devin Simkins/reporter Many important people made TCC what it is today. C.A. Roberson was one of them.