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By Z. Poe Doyle/reporter Students with difficulties managing their many responsibilities were given insight on how to make and keep a schedule at the Sept. 13 Managing Your Time, Balancing Multiple Roles seminar on NE Campus. Andrew Hollinger, NE professor of history, gave students not only the tools to do this but also tips to [...]
By Carrie Duke/reporter Both attention and learning disorders were discussed in a NE Campus workshop Sept. 19. “Different equals different,” counselor Anita Peters said. “It’s a difference in the way we are hard-wired.” Peters, a NE counselor for about 18 years, became interested in learning disorders soon after she came to campus. A dean, who [...]
By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor Two international students have taken a leap for student life at TR Campus by creating the International Students Club, which is open to students of all nationalities. The club offers an opportunity to introduce resources and support for both international and local students. “There’s potential here for them to really [...]
By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor The chaotic, cell-shaded, gun-crazy, role-playing shooter blockbuster has returned to the masses for one more ride. Borderlands 2 brings back the vault-hunting kingdom in one of the season’s hottest new video games. Keeping all the best qualities, the title still boasts a ridiculous gun-and-loot generating engine, this time with more detail.
By Kenney Kost/ne news editor NE student Lauren Babits leads by example, attending college, working part time and running her own nonprofit organization People Over Poverty. Babits is a second-year nursing major who says helping people is of the utmost importance to her. In early 2011, she started speaking to Nicole Nunn, a co-worker, about [...]
Artists express their ideals in different forms, but Tore Terrasi’s Experiments in Typography exhibit on NW Campus expresses a style called new media, said NW art associate professor Christian DeLeon. New media is an upcoming style of art that many students and artists have begun to study, DeLeon said. “A growing number of schools have [...]
TR student Andrew Grimes was killed Sept. 21 after his car hit a traffic control signal box at the intersection of Hemphill Street and West Vickery Boulevard in downtown Fort Worth. Grimes died at 1:17 p.m. at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office.
ART Now-Sept. 29 Tore Terrasi: Experiments in Typography is on display in the Lakeview Gallery on NW Campus (WFAB 1135A). Terrasi, art assistant professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, explores text through the visual elements of typography, design and poetry. Gallery hours are 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and 9 [...]
Talking to Professors isn’t that scary after all, TR Campus students were told Sept. 18. Four TR faculty members – Chad Wooley, Mary French, Meryl Cope and Alicia Lupinacci – drew on their experience, giving tips on how and why to make connections with teachers. “If you want a really good advantage,” said Wooley, a [...]
By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Everyone has a story. And many students strolling the halls at TCC choose to tell their story in the form of tattoos. Throughout history, tattoos have been seen and used as many things. Christians used crosses in the Crusades to signify the type of burial to use if they were killed [...]