By Karen Gavis/se news editor\ Susan Harrington: A Long History of Meaning pools ancient images, children, animals, Chinese hairstyles, felt and transparencies to produce a thought-provoking art display on SE Campus. “Pink Head,” an oil on canvas, depicts a pink animal head atop a yellow background. A stark white bed occupies an area usually reserved [...]
By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The new adaptation of the classic Grimms’ fairy tale “Snow White” is told through the evil queen’s perspective in Mirror Mirror and includes exquisite costumes and CGI-filled scenery. The film, unfortunately, fails with bad scene writing and run-out jokes.
By Cody Daniels/reporter A modern twist on selections from three Gilbert and Sullivan operettas will be performed April 13 and 14 on NE Campus. The concerts will be at 7:30 p.m. in the NE Playhouse (NFAB 1205).
By Elaine Bonilla/south news editor South Campus’ Carillon Theatre is wrapping up Women’s History Month with the play Antigone, written by the ancient Greek playwright Sophocles. The performances will be April 12-14 in the Joe B. Rushing Center for Performing Arts’ Carillon Theatre. Adjunct instructor Richard Haratine directs the Greek tragedy, which tells the story [...]
Dance April 13-14 The TCC Northwest Dance Company is hosting Momentum: Raising the Barre, a spring formal dance concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center Scott Theatre. The concert will feature dancers of all ages, levels and abilities. General admission tickets are $7 and can be purchased at the NW business [...]
South Campus’ automotive department will host the Painless Performance Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Regional Engine Challenge and the Arlington Area Street Rodders Car Show 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. April 14 in the Automotive Building.
If students missed the chance to go to their high school prom, Trinity River Equality in Education is giving them a second chance April 21.
By Elaine Bonilla/south news editor The federal government made several changes affecting financial aid in the past year, including cutting Pell Grants for some summer students.
By Kenney Kost/reporter Literature flourishes among society in families and relationships and throughout daily lives. This sentiment and others were shared with a packed Center Corner audience on NE Campus March 27.
By Miranda Workman/reporter Balancing family, school and work can be difficult, but a South Campus audience was shown April 3 how to use their time wisely. South Campus student activities staff member Mishuna MacDonald gave tips on Time Management.