April 03, 2013

Gas prices cutting into students’ wallets

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“Ooh! The gas price rose again.” People always say that and think they are the victims. But students often are the ones suffering the most.…

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SE sets aside parking spaces for fuel-efficient cars

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Students who drive fuel-efficient/hybrid vehicles have several designated parking places closer to class on SE Campus. The 24 parking spots are…

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From fearful to strong — overcoming MS

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By Valerie Edwards/reporter The phone rang quietly at the receptionist’s desk. I heard a slight pause, then the phone on my desk rang. It was…

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SE culinary arts to grow its own herbs

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By Elaine Bonilla / se news editor SE culinary arts students will soon grow food they can prepare in class. Culinary arts instructor Sherry…

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Refurbished laptops become frames for art

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By Kenney Kost/managing editor The NE Campus library staff found a creative use for the Title III grant it received this semester, recycling 29…

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All-day retreat offers tools to undecided students to help discover their passion

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By Kenney Kost / managing editor Students face one of the toughest life decisions when they step onto campus — selecting a major. Decisions…

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Best-selling author shares story, reads passages to NE audience

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By Grant Rutherford / reporter Best-selling author Kim Edwards told NE students that every time she writes, she learns a little more about…

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Textbook publisher offers cash to encourage SE readers

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By Elaine Bonilla / se news editor SE students have been given a cash incentive by publisher Townsend Press to read certain novels. Townsend…

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Safety, weather major concerns for bike riders

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By Rhiannon Saegert/nw news editor With gas prices rising, a few students and staff have opted out of driving and chosen to ride their bikes to…

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NE student government elections coming

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By Karen Gavis/editor-in-chief Students interested in becoming a leader in NE’s student government association have until April 10 to…

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Reasonable goals key to good time management skills

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Time is one’s most valuable asset, yet people tend to waste it, kill it and spend it rather than invest it, a NE history instructor told students…

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Presentation to give glance into minds of young criminals

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After four years of being presented in sociology and psychology classrooms, Juvenile Crime: Breaking the Cycle will be available as a campus forum…

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Marriage equality rally brings TR students out in pajamas

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TR Campus’ TREE club hosted a pajama rally bringing awareness to equal rights for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community at the…

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NE concert to celebrate centuries of sounds

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By Taylor Jensen / Entertainment Editor NE faculty will perform vocal and instrumental works that span monumental eras on April 9. NE music…

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Madness ends with Buckets taking SE title

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By Ryan Moore / Sports Editor After going 2-0 in the round-robin finals, Team Buckets pulled through and was crowned SE intramural basketball…

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Leadership covered during NE seminar

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By Natalie Carter/reporter Leadership is up to each individual, a NE history instructor told students at the Elements of Successful Leadership…

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Engineer to show learning languages can lead to success

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A Belgian engineer who speaks five languages will talk to students and faculty at a Benefits of Learning Multiple Languages seminar on South Campus…

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Unusual teaching methods connect instructor, students

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By Rhiannon Saegert / NW News Editor Sometimes, the best way to teach a class is to serenade the students with a washboard. Humanities…

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Students pushing to make changes for disabled

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news edtitor TR student Tim Nieto has muscular dystrophy and must use a motorized wheelchair to get around the campus. To him…

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Three Sisters suffocated by ordinary in South play

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By Taylor Jensen / entertainment editor Anton Chekhov’s play Three Sisters arrives on South Campus April 11 and will attempt to portray the…

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Business students win state awards

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By Denisecia Wilson/reporter NW Business Professionals of America students brought home multiple awards from state competition last month. Five…

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SE groundskeeper to become master

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By Elaine Bonilla / se news editor SE Campus has been working at beautifying the campus and having a master gardener on staff. Lead…

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Symposium gives women networking opportunities

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By Mollie Pollard/reporter Maybe it’s the fear of succeeding that’s greater than the fear of failing in today’s society, a South Campus…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Art Now-April 8 NE Campus will host The Shaman Series, an interactive drawing exhibit by Ralph Tobin based on the concept of mental images, outside…

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Artist proving point about creativity with student participation in exhibit

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By Taylor Jensen/entertainment editor The presumption of the new NE exhibit, The Shaman Series, isn’t only that art is everywhere but that…

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TCC counselors provide help to students dealing with addiction issues

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By Elyssa Whaley/ne news editor Addiction can be described as that dark scary place where balance and moderation are forgotten, and boundaries do…

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College set for zero balance in 2015

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By Karen Gavis / editor in-chief TCC is on track to be where only three Texas colleges are now— free from debt. The college could have a zero…

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Student support helps disruptive students find mentors, encourages behavioral change

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By Elaine Bonilla / SE News Editor In high school, bad behavior lands a student in the principal’s office, but what happens in college? At…

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TR student government paid, other groups not

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By Anderson Coleman / south news editor Student government associations achieve the same goals on all campuses. But on TR, association members get…

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Counselors offer TCC guidance, assistance

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By Elyssa Whaley/ne news editor Sometimes, students need help, and that is what TCC’s counseling services provides. The entire counseling…

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In year one, NW wins best chapter, advances to state

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By Rhiannon Saegert/nw news editor The NW Campus Student Government Association was named Best Chapter of the Year at the regional level of the…

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South Campus Art Festival raises scholarship funds

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  By Anderson Coleman / Entertainment Editor South Campus’ Fine Arts Festival March 26-27 showcased artwork from sculptures to…

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Students will learn to dress for success at SE fashion show

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SE business services and career services in conjunction with Future Business Leaders of America will present the We Mean Business! The Dress for…

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Name & Events

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April 1 Zumba fitness will be held in the South Campus gym 5-6 p.m. The class is free and will be taught by instructor Jessica Woods. For more…

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NE Campus tournament combines 2 intramurals

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By Grant Rutherford / Sports Editor The NE HPE department will sponsor a free tennis and racquetball tournament 1-2 p.m. April 5 as part of its…

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Lymbyc System’s Symbolyst defies classification to beautiful effect

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By Kenney Kost / Managing Editor Lymbyc System takes everything that makes them great and condenses it to create the sonic bliss that is…

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