Campuses set series of events

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TCC campuses will celebrate Constitution Day Sept. 16. Also known as Citizenship Day, Constitution Day has its roots as far back as the 1940s.…

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Culinary students learn nutrition, presentation, style

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By Soleman Hakeem/reporter Culinary arts involves more than cooking shows and meal presentation. Culinary arts is a people-oriented profession.…

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Instructor uses humor to stress balancing of time, social life

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Time ticked and the sound of Pink Floyd filled The Galley on NE Campus as students poured in to absorb a time…

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TR students need specific stamp for parking garage

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The TR Campus parking garage is for TR Campus only. This semester, students must have not only a TCC parking…

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Names and Events

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Now-Sept. 16 The NE English and art departments sponsor an exhibit of artistic responses to the 10th anniversary of 9/11. The exhibit is currently…

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Polygraph test cannot tell a lie … to an extent

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By Alex Sanders/reporter Bob is in a small, enclosed room face to face with a strange man in his mid-30s. Fluorescent light catches his every…

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Various seminars give ideas to succeed

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SE Campus will host a series of student success seminars during Fall Learning Skills Week Sept. 19-22. Twenty seminars will be presented at…

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Note-taking jobs providing helping hand

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor TCC students interested in earning additional income may want to consider becoming note takers. Disability…

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Don’t let fun bite in long run

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief College offers a time for experimentation and self-expression. It’s also a time to, occasionally, do…

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Father, son dislike each other’s team

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor In 2008, my dad and I watched Kevin Garnett yell that anything is possible. We both kicked and screamed when…

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Tuition increase mild, necessary

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Going to school at TCC costs more now. In fact, owning property in Tarrant County costs more too. On Aug. 29, the board voted to increase the…

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Customer service needs resurrection

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By Martina M. Treviño/photo editor Craftsmanship has died unceremoniously in the U.S., quietly going to its grave alongside its companion —…

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NE seminars offer money, school, social guidance

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By George Mizelle/reporter Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley came to NE Campus’ orientation bringing some common-sense advice. “I’m not here…

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Trustee steps down mid-term to pursue political interests

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief A TCC trustee resigned his position on the board last week. Joe Hudson, who represented Richland Hills,…

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Energy building prepared for plans

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor An Energy Technology Center is in the works on South Campus and is being designed to be environmentally…

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Former instructor alleges hiring discrimination

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief A former NE English instructor filed a lawsuit against her former bosses alleging that they kept her from her…

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Students don’t think $2 tuition hike will cause pain

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Tuition will go up in the spring, but TCC students don’t think the sky is falling. The TCC board of…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Art Now-Oct. 6 The South Campus Carillon Gallery presents Works on Paper, brand new artwork by Enrico Riley from Dartmouth College. The gallery is…

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Film written under full moon

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor It’s the rocks. They’re evil. In Apollo 18, a rip-off, Nate Walker (Lloyd Owen) and Ben Anderson (Warren…

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Hispanic Heritage Calendar

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Sept. 15 SE Campus begins Hispanic Heritage Month Fact-A-Day. Two Hispanic countries will be highlighted each week this month on the activity board…

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Wanted: gym rats sought for hoops tourney

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By Eric Poe/sports editor While the NBA is in the midst of a lockout that may never end, NW Campus is doing its part to keep basketball going with…

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SE makes changes to its Math Tutoring Center

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor The Math Tutoring Center on SE Campus has acquired a new home, a new name and an increase in student use. Dr.…

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Basketball steadies student’s shifting life

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor SE student Abiodua Adegoke doesn’t beg for attention. The Queens, N.Y., native gets enough of it being 6…

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TCC student bowlers needed for kids’ sake

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By Eric Poe/sports reporter TCC students, faculty and staff can lend support to the Big Brothers Big Sisters program by signing up for the Bowl…

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Keep looking, applying for scholarships, says financial aid director

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By D’André hillman/reporter Apply early and often for scholarships and grants, a speaker advised students attending Money for College…

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Owner Hounded by love god

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By Tristian Evans/reporter In Kevin Hearne’s debut novel, Hounded, bookstore owner Atticus O’Sullivan finds himself battling demons, witches…

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Sports Calendar

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Sept. 22 NW will hold its 3-point shootout basketball competition at 3:30 p.m.  Early signup is required. Contact Ryan Stewart at 817-515-7191 for…

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SE bringing dancing, history for cultural heritage education

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As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, an interactive question-and-answer session about Diez y Seis, Mexican Independence Day, will be presented Sept.…

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Current, former vampire hunters star in fall lineup

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Ringer It’s about that time when networks begin to premiere their new television shows. Here are three top contenders for the fall…

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