April 25, 2012

South Campus introduces president to students, faculty

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor South Campus welcomed its newly appointed president Peter Jordan during a reception Jan. 17. “I’m…

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SE Campus to show Miss Representation

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SE Campus has partnered with an Arlington women’s group to host a special showing of the film Miss Representation. “Miss Representation…

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Mandatory attendance had little effect on drop rates

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Statistics show little difference between drop numbers this semester with the mandatory attendance policy and last spring without the…

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Summer break not here … yet

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Toward the end of the spring semester, students are really looking forward to starting their summer breaks. To illustrate, there are noticeably fewer…

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Semi-healthy food lacks personality

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The word on the street is that Subway is coming to four of the five TCC campuses. I like Subway every now and then. It’s not somewhere I want to…

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Awkward interview provides life lesson

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A funny thing happened to me last week. And by funny, I mean humiliating and discouraging. I showed up to interview for an internship with a local…

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Saving water requires change

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Dallas has a new permanent ordinance prohibiting watering with sprinklers more than twice a week. Fort Worth is still under similar temporary…

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Prof ratings bring Hot or Not to TCC

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With spring semester’s finish line on the horizon, grateful or disgruntled students can choose several options to rate or thank their…

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Students take home honors from poetry slam

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A TCC student shared top honors at the South Campus Poetry Slam April 18 with a local professional poet. The South Campus English Department and…

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Assistant professor gives tips on self-pampering

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People need to take care of themselves to be mentally healthy, said a psychology assistant professor on South Campus April 18. Staussa Ervin…

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From library to library, TR collects books, cash for schools

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The TR library is giving back to the community one book at a time. For the past four years, the library has sponsored an annual six-week book…

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NW seeking approval for new logistic program

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Logistics, the mechanical operations and structure of making a business come together, could be available as a new two-year degree program for…

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Arbor Day celebration focuses on trees, games

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Arbor Day festivities on SE will include games, prizes, tree-related facts, free saplings and a cookout on the front lawn 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. April…

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NW chef captures, delivers faith after youthful rebellion

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NW Campus sous chef Terry Alexander ran with gangs for years but is now a mentor to those seeking a new start in life. “I’ve seen people shot,…

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Safety director stresses preparation

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Robie Robinson, director of safety and emergency management at TCC, works around the clock to keep the campuses and people on them as safe as…

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Life after domestic abuse involves courage, change

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In 2004, the Alabama court system gave Angela Taylor 35 days to change her life. “I spent days locked in my home,” she said. “A Lifetime…

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The Drowsy Chaperone hits NE with daydreams, musical mania

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The Drowsy Chaperone, which will be onstage at the NE Playhouse May 2-5, takes on the main theme of dreams and the believability many dreams can…

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NW Dance Company to perform with technique classes in concert

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Students enrolled in NW dance classes will demonstrate what they’ve learned this semester during Assorted Pieces 1-3 p.m. May 3 in Theatre…

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Redemption

Martial arts film includes good editing, action

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The Raid: Redemption is pure action-porn. Like, immaculately conceived newborn in a freshly tailored suit drinking water from the Ganges, pure. The…

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NE Chorale plans semester concert

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Following a tradition years in the making, the Northeast Collegiate Chorale will perform its semester concert May 1. “Chorale is a mixed choir,”…

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Ghost hunter seeks answers for the unexplained

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Scholar by day, ghost hunter by night, one SE Campus ghost hunter steers natural curiosity to another realm in a pursuit for supernatural…

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Students on South Campus prepare for dance concert

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South Campus’ Velocity dance students are preparing for the formal spring dance concert Kaleidoscope 2012 at 7:30 p.m. April 27-28 in the Carillon…

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NE student runs Boston Marathon, fights hunger

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Diminutive and slight, Crystal Chinea doesn’t look like someone who ran in the 116th annual Boston Marathon April 16. But, as she said proudly,…

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NW volleyball team slams all comers in tournament

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Only one question lingered after NW bested NE 2-1 and South 2-0 at TCC’s first intercampus volleyball tournament: Will the players on the…

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NE Campus 5K race gets good turnout through wind, water

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Wet and windy conditions couldn’t hamper the enthusiasm or speed of the runners in NE Campus’ Springtime Sprint 5K April 20. David Villa in the…

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Tejas FC wins 2nd SE title with relentless attacking

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For the second year in a row, Tejas FC won the SE Campus soccer tournament, beating out both SE FC and Azteca in the final rounds. Preparing for…

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TR, NE float to win in sculpture competition

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A team from TR Campus won first place and $1,250 for its life-size Styrofoam floating sculpture “Lucky Duck,” and NE Campus won second place and…

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Some chase dreams, others paychecks

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Students might view college as the avenue to help them reach their dreams. For some, like TR student Jessica Garcia, the money is the motive.  …

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NE Campus Cafeteria

Subway to provide students healthy food, TCC cash

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To escape the rising maintenance costs and provide food students want, the college is working to change four cafeterias to Subway restaurants, the…

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Pasión for languages born early in NE instructor

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Jaime Palmer does more than just teach Spanish. He encourages students to experience it. “My passion for teaching is I love Spanish,” the NE…

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