April 28, 2010

Group helps victims cope with crime

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By Edna Horton/managing editor A tree planted on NE Campus was dedicated to violent crime victims and their families in observance of Crime…

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Presidential T-shirt not controversial

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor Recently, a Kennedale Independent School District student wore a shirt with the image of Obama on the front. The…

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Bird of a different reptile, it’s proven

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Barney, the purple dinosaur with small arms and love for everyone, was created to relate most to Tyrannosaurus…

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Fatherhood Coalition helps parents cope

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By Solange Kalala/reporter Fathers whose children have been removed from their homes through the child welfare system offered perspectives during…

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TR assists with future degree plans

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By Alonzo Meza/reporter When pursuing their academic goals, most students do not know what degree plan they would like to follow. In fact, many…

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NW group earns award for business plan

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By Jackson McGraw/reporter Posh Paws produced an entrepreneurial business plan that won them the championship of all Business Principles classes…

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Students to hear drug trends advice

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Students and professionals can learn about Adolescent Drug Trends in Texas 1-4 p.m. May 6 in NSTU Center Corner…

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Trinity River recognizes outstanding achievement

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Trinity River Campus students who have excelled in academics as well as clubs, organizations and general student leadership will be recognized May…

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SE speaker talks global warming

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By Brad Harrell/reporter Global warming has become a major issue around the world, a TCC administrator told a SE audience recently. “The…

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Multiple stars deliver slapstick humor in Death at a Funeral remake

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By Joshua Knopp/reporter It’s hard for a movie to be so funny in so many different ways. Death at a Funeral centers around family and friends…

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Family names restaurant after student

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter SE student Shaza Weiss said she always believed America is the land of opportunity. Weiss left the United Arab…

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South dances into Kaleidoscope

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By Daniella Solis/entertainment editor South Campus’ Fifth Annual Kaleidoscope Concert will focus on a diversity of dance styles such as…

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NW Sculpture Walk presents outdoor art to community

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor NW Campus visitors can see sculptures by several well-known sculptors as well as TCC faculty. The 2010…

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NE hopes to bring back Viking mascot

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To restore NE Campus’ forgotten mascot, the Viking, NE’s intramural program will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11:30 a.m. April 30. The…

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Increasing numbers of non-traditional students face challenges, adjustments and, often, success

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By Andrea Conley/tr news editor They trudge, sometimes unnoticed down the crowded hallways of TCC campuses and other colleges and universities…

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Iwo Jima veteran to tell his story on NW

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Phil Porter lived through the battle of Iwo Jima and outlived most of his comrades. He will show The Battle for Iwo Jima and answer any student…

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Students hear the importance of clean air

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By Jonathan Martinez/reporter People can survive for one to two months without food, two to 10 days without water but only three to four minutes…

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NE play inspires laughter

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Lucky Stiff is a farce musical with a message. NE Campus drama will perform the play at 8 p.m. May 5-8in the…

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Boys and Girls Club, NW team up to paint mural

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Children hunched over paint-covered panels intently wielding brushes or scrambled from table to table in search…

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Community at a glance

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Now-April 29 Carillon Gallery presents the closing reception and awards ceremony 6-8 p.m. April 29 for the 2010 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition…

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Swimmers make splash in competitive SE intramural relay

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Students had their Speedos and goggles ready for the SE Campus intramural swim relay April 21. Recreational and…

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SE dance expects full auditorium

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor SE Campus dance students will show what they learned in Dance Works 7:30 p.m. May 6-7 in Roberson Theatre. “We…

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Keep track of credit, financial adviser says

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By Brad Harrell/reporter Many people in their 20s have bad credit, resulting from too many credit cards or student loans they cannot keep up with,…

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Letter to the editor

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Dear Editor: I am writing in response to Daniella Solis’s editorial, “TCC Experience Wasted for Student.” As an instructor, this editorial…

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Raymond vs. Raymond Usher

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter If fans are looking for a confessional from the recently divorced Usher on his new album Raymond vs. Raymond, well,…

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Names and Events

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Today Chris Carcerano, center for academic success coordinator, will present Getting Ready for Finals: How to Beat Finals Week 12:30-2 p.m. in SACA…

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Nursing students donate supplies, food to Haiti

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Last month, nursing students and faculty on South Campus donated more than 50 pounds of medical supplies and food to the Pounds for Haiti…

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NE student leaves classroom to go on tour with his band

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By Colt Langley/sports editor About to embark on a nine-month national tour with his band Carotid in July, NE student Zach Rose said he won’t…

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Poll indicates more college students leaving churches

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By Sandy Hill/reporter NE student Amelinda Jaramillo was an active member of her church growing up, attending church camps and conferences. But…

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Nursing grant to purchase equipment, fund new classes

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By Edna Horton/managing editor Grant funding for Tarrant County College’s nursing program will provide new state-of-the art equipment and two…

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Yoga bends into classes

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By Lauren Goff/reporter Yoga has become a popular exercise method and way for people to stay in shape and feel better. Yoga classes and gyms…

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English instructor shoots hoops for South squad

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By Troy Bassett/reporter Why would an English teacher spend his free time running up and down a basketball court with students? Because playing…

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Students learn methods to get ahead in job market

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By Daniella Solis/entertainment editor Students who wanted to learn details of how to get a competitive edge when entering the work force got just…

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Colts win soccer tournament

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter While it wasn’t the 2010 World Cup, students played hard in the SE Campus soccer intramural tournament, but the…

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Enough with childish behavior

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Even though we are all college students, some individuals still act as if they are in grade school. Each campus has its own sort of juvenile…

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Teenagers become superheroes

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By Joshua Knopp/reporter Television spots hail Kick-Ass as a combination of Kill Bill and Superbad. And, for once, they’re exactly…

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Soccer games to raise money for UNICEF

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Having fun and raising money for mothers and children in third-world countries is what Phi Theta Kappa’s Rho Chi Chapter hopes to accomplish during…

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Private parts distract workers

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief A week ago, the U.S. Supreme Court struggled to draw a line between what a company considers a private or…

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Spring 2010 Exam Schedule

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Final examination periods will be a maximum of one hour and fifty minutes, and examinations will be conducted in the rooms where classes regularly…

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