September 28, 2011

Curtain to rise on 3 campuses

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The cast of the The Miser rehearses a scene from Moliére’s classic, which will run Oct. 5-8 in the NFAB Theater. NE drama instructor Jakie Cabe,…

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Dodgeballs to fly on SE Campus

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By Eric Poe/sports editor Dodgeball, the best or worst grade school experience for so many, is making an appearance on SE Campus. A one-day…

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Local news anchor tells story of overcoming trials

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor NBC 5 news anchor Deborah Ferguson shared her story of overcoming obstacles, revealing tips on success, confidence…

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Twitterverse a void of trivial nonsense

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By Eric Poe/sports editor Twitter is quite possibly the most annoying social networking site. Not only is Twitter confusing to a technological…

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Make or Break Me Kyle Park

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By D’ANDRÉ Hillman From the song’s wailing guitar, drum tempo and passionate voice, listeners may be awestruck by Kyle Park’s unorthodox…

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Viewers, high-octane cast should wash hands of boring thriller

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Contagion was good enough, but aren’t thrillers supposed to be thrilling? The film functions as a disaster…

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Active NE student is a jack of all trades, focuses on artistic values

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor NE student Roxy Astemborski is considered a triple threat. As she prepares for another theater production on NE…

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Foreign students leave frustrations home for new start

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By Sunita Sanjyal/reporter The U.S. is a hub for thousands of students from all over the world. According to The Chronicle of Higher Education,…

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NE speaker explores racism, LULAC founders in seminar

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NE students learned about the struggle of Mexican-Americans to gain rights during a presentation for Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 22. Dr. Cynthia…

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UTA professor teaches students about Diez y Seis, Mexico on SE

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By Victoria Barry and Karen Gavis Mexican Independence Day is a full day of activities, a University of Texas at Arlington history professor told…

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TCC receives award for TR‘s sustainable building planning

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By Joshua Knopp/tr news editor TCC received the Trailblazer Award for Sustainable Development Sept. 16 for the environmental innovations on TR…

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Quilt honors heroes wounded in wars

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor One NW instructor is honoring a wounded military member by giving a quilt she created. Roxann Lindsay sent the…

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Students’ heavy load hurts GPA

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By Alex Al Kazzaz/reporter Some TCC students learned they could face academic probations or suspensions because their GPAs did not meet the…

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TR Spanish teachers add their own manual for Rosetta Stone lab

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By Joshua Knopp/tr news editor Many TCC teachers write textbooks, but two Spanish instructors on TR Campus are doing something a little more…

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Reflections of a busy student

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief There is a problem with my schedule this semester. There’s only one day I can sleep till 9 a.m. And the…

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Colleges favor full-pay students

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A growing trend among universities puts students who aren’t financially well off behind the curve. The 2011 Survey of College and University…

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New state law may force TCC election change

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief The term of current members of the board will be extended one year if the board passes a proposed…

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SE panelists share benefits of attending community college

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By Vijoleta Nikolic/reporter Since most people want success, community colleges are just the right place to start, student panelists for the I Am…

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Administrator advises reaching out, helping others

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By Khanh Nguyen/reporter To give oneself power is to love what that person chooses to be first and foremost, the SE continuing education vice…

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Government lecturer gives communication advice

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By Kelli Henderson/reporter Achieving effective interpersonal communication skills is important for success, a SE U.S. history and government…

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Targeting Muslims sign racism exists

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor Growing up, I was oblivious to the racism around me and against me. When I was younger, my family and I would…

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Modern Beauty, Beast to take SE Campus stage

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor The Masque of Beauty and the Beast by Michael Brill will open the SE drama season Oct. 6-9 in the C.A. Roberson…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 1 The Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids fundraiser will take place at Cityview Lanes off Hulen Street in Fort Worth. Teams will consist of…

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Entertainment Calendar

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  Theater Now-Oct. 1 Over the River and Through the Woods follows Nick, who tries to make a career decision while both sets of grandparents try…

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Study to figure needs, cost for proposed NE performing arts center

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor The much-talked-about NE performing arts center may still have a long way to go before becoming a…

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DSS accommodates students’ varied needs

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By Cody Daniels/reporter Disability support services is transforming into something new beginning this semester to better accommodate each student…

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Students hurdle, drag, crawl across SE in fitness obstacle course

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor The first intramural sports event of the semester on SE Campus featured 37 students competing in a fitness obstacle…

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Hispanic Heritage Calendar

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Now-Oct. 10 Student services will hold a photo contest for Hispanic Heritage Month. To enter Celebracion de Cultura, students should submit photo…

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Free screenings, tests from health services available year-round

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By Rhiannon Saegert/Managing Editor   Students can go to a campus health services office for more than cough drops and aspirin. Health…

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Health professionals discuss lifestyles

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By Brooke Busch/reporter To help students have a better college experience, SE health services promotes a balanced lifestyle, the center’s…

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The Miser brings frugality to NE Campus playhouse

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor NE drama students and guest director John Dennis are breathing new life into Moliére’s The Miser. “I’ve…

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Real Stories of injustice basis of South play Exonerated

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor South Campus kicks off its theater season Oct. 6-8 with The Exonerated, a play written by Jessica Blank and…

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Counselor shares tips on life balance

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A SE counselor shared tips with students on how to remain or become balanced at a seminar Sept. 10. Michelle Faith presented Keeping Balanced in…

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Hypnotic action in Drive pulls gangster, road movies together

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Drive is one of the best and most magnetic films of 2011. The movie walks its audience through one of the…

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Students participate in three-point shot tournament on NW Campus

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By Eric Poe/sports editor Hallelujah, it’s raining threes. NW Campus held its three-point shooting contest Sept. 22, which turned out to be…

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Names and Events

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Now-Nov. 7 NE faculty and students are invited to attend free Zumba classes. Zumba combines Latin and international music with dance to make…

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Honors program now offers degree

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor Students in the Cornerstone honors program on NE and NW can now not only take honors classes but also get an…

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SE magazine unveils creativity

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Literary connoisseurs interested in peeking inside some of the creative minds on SE Campus may wish to attend the…

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