April 17, 2013

Take a peek into the past

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South Nestled between Interstate 20 and Forest Hill, the property now known as South Campus was owned by the federal government in the early…

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NE students can unwind through hoops

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NE will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the NHPE gym April 27. Three to five players are allowed per team, and a team captain must be…

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Entertainment Calendar

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 Art Now-April 30 The SE Library is hosting No End of Vision, an exhibit composed of photos and poetry celebrating National Poetry Month. Library…

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TCC students star in films that examine relationships, growth

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By Taylor Jensen/entertainment editor Two short films examining personal identity and containing performances from two TCC students were shown at…

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South spring concert to have eclectic style

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The South dance program’s formal spring concert, Kaleidoscope, features an eclectic dance repertoire of classical ballet, jazz, musical theater,…

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Rocky Horror production on NE asks audience to dig it, if they can

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By Taylor Jensen/entertainment editor The new production on NE Campus intends to make audience members shiver with anticipation, stay the distance…

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Fair offers jobs, internships

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By Sandi Maher/reporter Individuals entering the South Campus Student Center April 3 could visualize each booth as a possible employment…

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Striving for healthier habits

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Letting out one’s inner child key for self-esteem

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By Alice Hale/reporter Students and faculty learned the importance of giving oneself unconditional love April 4 on NE Campus. In Self-Image vs.…

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Complete schedule includes family members

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By Kenney Kost/managing editor Life can get hectic, especially for college students. It is a time in life when sacrifices have to be made. One…

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South to open new family-oriented facility

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By Karen Gavis/editor-in-chief The Family Empowerment Center on South Campus will celebrate its grand opening April 27 in conjunction with the…

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Demon-filled Evil Dead full of blood, but acting wanes

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By Anderson Colemon/south news editor Disclaimer: This movie is not a remake — it is a new installment in the Evil Dead franchise. In the new…

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South speaker suggests learning 2nd language

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By Emina Gibic/reporter Learning a new language is like taking one’s brain to the gym, a South Campus audience learned April 9. Raymond…

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Business etiquette goes beyond office

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By Emina Gibic/reporter Etiquette in the business world is more than uttering the words “excuse me” and “thank you,” a South Campus…

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Poet tells TR to listen, speak

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One thing that defines a poem is a way of listening and speaking at the same time, award-winning poet and Regents Professor of English at the…

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Digital learning can lack human element

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The world has gone digital, and while college students are quick to embrace anything that makes life more convenient, eases the load and allows extra…

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’60s music revived in SE’s production of Hairspray

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor SE Campus brings the 1960s dance and music to the stage in the Broadway musical Hairspray beginning April 24 in…

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Novelist pushes pursuit of wisdom, intelligence

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By Grant Rutherford and Tiffany Wade Reading everything, listening to those in authority and respecting their instructors was the advice handed…

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Mississippi River history will be discussed on SE

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University of Texas at Arlington professor and historian Christopher Morris will discuss the environmental history of the Mississippi River and the…

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‘Me first’ attitudes becoming more prevalent

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By Karen Gavis/editor-in-chief Line jumpers and hogs. I’ve pretty much had my fill of them. Just what in the world is everyone’s big rush…

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SE obstacle course tests students’ limits

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By Ryan Moore/reporter The sound of cheers and the feel of spring was in the air April 12 on SE Campus as students gave it their all on the…

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SE faces lockdown as police seek burglary suspect

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By Karen Gavis and Elaine Bonilla SE Campus was locked down this afternoon following reports of an armed burglar near campus. “TCC SE Campus…

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SE exhibit shows disconnection in intimacy

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor Benjamin Terry, University of North Texas fine arts student, is now showing his work on SE Campus. Until May 4,…

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G.I. Joe villain a Darth Vader wannabe

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor By now, the average viewer should learn to expect the cheesy lines, clichés and a plethora of unnecessary…

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Culture meets celebration during NE fest

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By Elyssa Whaley/ne news editor Food, dance and art exhibits will allow students to explore, experience and celebrate multicultural traditions at…

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White Student Union leader holds meeting on TR to attract, enlist new group members

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor Ten people have signed up to join the White Student Union, an unofficial club that has caused controversy on TCC…

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Lifeline alert email sinks some students

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By Kenney Kost/managing editor TCC students who are in danger of exceeding the mandatory attendance mark could lose their financial aid, Veterans…

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Bilingual childhood spurs career

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By Valerie Edwards/reporter The borders that surround America are clear and definite, but the makeup of an American is often diverse and blurred.…

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Informal dance concert to feature South talent

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South student dancers will perform in an informal dance concert that organizers say showcases their hard work and determination April 27. Awards…

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NW choir concert to include variety of musical genres

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The NW spring choir concert will be held at 7 p.m. April 29 at Arlington Heights United Methodist Church in Fort Worth. “We’ve gotten too big…

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South holds first in series of diabetes prevention, education classes

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By Tiffany Wade/reporter Life changes when diabetes is diagnosed, the community outreach coordinator for JPS Health Network told South Campus…

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Names and Events

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Now-May 31 Tickets can be purchased for the TCC Alumni Association’s third annual Rangers Night scheduled for June 17 at the Ballpark in…

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NE students focus on fun over competition during tournaments

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Fun more than competition was the focus on NE Campus  April 5. Greg Dennis won the racquetball tournament with a score of 80 points against six…

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Poetry Month commemorated on SE with works of 2 Texas poet laureates

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The SE library and student activities are celebrating National Poetry Month by presenting No End of Vision: Texas as Seen by Two Laureates, an…

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NW Campus conference commends student talent

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By Rhiannon Saegert and Emina Gibic The Turning Point Conference, a weeklong celebration of students’ achievements, will be held on NW Campus…

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NW drama adds humor to story of inner taming

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  By Emina Gibic/reporter NW Campus will bring to the stage a witty, humorous twist to a turbulent story of depression, redemption and…

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Branding means knowing self, speaker says

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By Coraima Lopez/reporter NE students learned to brand themselves April 10. Arturo Martinez, district graphic services director, presented…

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A stellar video: Earth from different perspective

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor Some things once unimaginable are now possible. YouTube and Wikipedia explain the when, where, what and…

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Editor-in-chief wins Journalist of the Year award

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By Anderson Colemon/south news editor Karen Gavis, editor-in-chief of The Collegian, was named the Texas Community College Journalism…

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