By Karen Gavis/se news editor A SE Campus government instructor has filed to run for a single-member Arlington city council seat in the city’s May 12 election. Darrell Castillo initially announced his election bid to a group of supporters at the Cliff Nelson Recreation Center in Arlington at an event organized by SE student Jerrica [...]
By Karen Gavis/se news editor New entrances and traffic lights on SE Campus designed to provide quicker access and added safety could shave minutes from busy schedules. Preparation for an additional entrance on Southeast Parkway has begun with an expected completion date of May 12, said SE Campus dual credit/career/campus services director Mike Cinatl, who [...]
By Anthony Thompson/reporter South students learned that repeated abuse does not have to happen during How to Prevent Relationship Abuse March 28. “All recurrences of relationship abuse are preventable,” counselor Sandra Johnson said. The first time someone experiences abuse should be the last time, she said. Some warning signs or red flags for relationship violence [...]
By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor A new service on TCC’s website allows current and prospective students access to local job and career information. Career Coach gives students the tools necessary to find out what education and training are needed to get a job in their desired field. Students can view local job postings and build [...]
By Karen Gavis/se news editor Mandatory lab time requirements on SE Campus and new districtwide prerequisites are impacting math students.
By Zaman Fabela/reporter If students are wondering if they are in the right class, the answer might be found in the cheat sheet of counselors and advisors — degree audits. “Degree audits are designed to be the master plan,” South counselor Sandra Johnson said.
By David Etley/reporter The South Campus Student Center was alive with activity March 31 for the 11th Women’s Symposium sponsored by Women in New Roles and the Women’s History Month Planning Committee. The theme, Back to Basics: Surviving the Jungle of Life, gave participants the chance to hear presentations from Forest Hill Municipal Court Judge [...]
By Michael Magnus/reporter International flags and foreign art exhibits lined the walls of Center Corner during Speaking in Tongues: Contemporary Mexican Indigenous Language Writers April 9 on NE Campus.
By Justin Gladney/reporter Mary Lee Hafley, CEO of SafeHaven of Tarrant County, and TCC student Ana, a domestic abuse survivor who did not use her last name because of a past relationship, spoke on Get the Facts on Domestic Violence at the annual Women’s Symposium.
By Justin Gladney/reporter Henna, a multi-use Middle Eastern plant that has generated its own art form, was the subject of a NE Campus lecture April 10. “What’s really cool about learning art forms from other cultures is that it really does bridge a gap, and it opens an avenue to new cultures,” said Emily DeVoss, [...]