By Z. Poe Doyle/reporter Unruly, severely disturbed children were the focus of Love and Logic: Techniques for the Professional Sept. 6 on NE Campus.
By Alma Sosa/reporter A community health educator and community outreach advocate recently took Women in New Roles students on her journey from homelessness to college to Washington. Dubbed by South WINR director Trish Light as the “ultimate ego booster,” Judith Dillard, a former TCC student, wanted to share her life experiences with others. “My passion [...]
By Hayley Morrison/reporter An estimated 30 million young men and women are between the ages of 18 and 24, yet this age group represents the lowest percentage of all voters in America
Students voting locally happens so rarely, the event seems like a myth, said Jana Johnson, assistant administrator of Tarrant County elections office. “You want to win the lottery, but you never buy a ticket,” she said. The presidential election is coming up, but students should not let that overshadow what happens in the area that [...]
By Elaine Bonilla/reporter This summer has brought hot temperatures and rain — the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. The more mosquitoes there are, the more chances for someone to catch West Nile virus.
By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor An eclectic arrangement of art is in SE’s Art Corridor II for the SE Art Faculty Biennial. Faculty came together to display their works for not only the TCC art community but for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of what art can be.
By Michael Magnus/reporter Starting this fall, SE Campus women can apply for a scholarship established to honor former SE president Judith Carrier. “She is a pioneer on the Arlington Chamber of Commerce as a female leader,” said Beth Owens, chair of the Women’s Alliance. “She’s been associated with the chamber for decades, and her commitment [...]
City of Heroes is closing down, and its player base still doesn’t know why. The online superhero game blew down doors when it was released in 2004, winning a long list of awards, including Editor’s Choice from six gaming publications and Game of the Year from another two. Players could create heroes that, because of [...]
By Rhiannon Saegert/reporter Many students begin their first semester of college without knowing what the total cost will be. That’s why the NE Campus’ financial aid office presented a mini-module on preparing for the many expenses of a college degree. Andrew T. Rodriguez, NE work-study coordinator, said every semester more TCC students hit their maximum [...]
NE graduate, poet to give reading, coffeehouse talk A TCC Cornerstone Program graduate who is now a faculty member and published author and poet will be the featured guest at Coffeehouse Conversations on NE Campus Sept. 27. The program, featuring Kelly Holt, who earned her master’s at the University of Houston, will be at [...]