Self-taught quilter, painter and dollmaker Sybill Reddick spoke to a group of a few dozen students about the inspiration for her artwork during her exhibition Our Grandmother’s Hands Feb. 23 on NE Campus. Reddick’s mother and grandmother were traditional quilters, but she was never taught the craft. It wasn’t until the mid-’70s that she learned [...]
NE seminar encourages students to work smarter College students expect to feel overwhelmed at times, but there are ways of coping, a NE counselor told students Feb. 22. Encouraging her audience to Work Smarter, Not Harder, Anita Peters said college can be like a road trip to Los Angeles that somehow ends up in [...]
Adam Bounds, Lizbeth Cuellar, Charles Jones, Lee LaGrone, Robin Mendoza, Christopher Moore and Kenitra Russell, South Campus film students, have been awarded scholarships to attend the 19th Annual Film Institute. The students will attend the event hosted by the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce and participate in hands-on training for film production, staging, [...]
SE Campus students learned to turn bad stress into good stress Feb. 22. Melissa Evans, SE Campus assistant professor of health and physical education, began her Stress Management presentation leading an energetic workout and followed with a series of stress-fighting tips. Despite the early morning hour, students broke into smiles during Evans’ exercise sequence. “Smiling [...]
By Justin Gladney/reporter “We don’t get a second heart.” Registered nurse Sherree Bennett of the American Heart Association gave this warning during her Love Your Heart speech Feb. 20 on NW Campus. Even a transplanted heart, she said, is a poor substitute for the real thing.
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By Taylor Jensen/reporter It’s hard to accept that a nude Channing Tatum does not make a good movie, but it doesn‘t. The Vow is the story of a man who wants to regain the love of his wife, who has severe memory loss after a car accident. Tatum plays the devoted husband Leo, and Rachel [...]
By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Ten years after its founding by a board of SE Campus faculty and administrators, the Pantagleize Theatre in Fort Worth is alive and well with an active TCC connection. Past and present TCC students magically flock to the theater, where TCC relationships have been going strong. Violet and the late Roy [...]
I take exception to the “Safety-conscious racer” article that appeared in The Collegian, not because it was poorly written but rather that it was written at all. I am a car enthusiast, mostly sports cars. The streets of any city are not the place. I am also a biker of sorts. Racing a motorcycle on [...]
By Ashley Johnson/tr news editor Several changes over the past few months have left the TR writing and learning center short-staffed and temporarily unavailable on weekends.