October 2, 2013

Science, technology, math rooms updated, beautified

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor Three of South Campus’ oldest buildings were brought into the present by extensive…

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Students can prep for math contest

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By Samantha Sutton/reporter Students can win scholarships in November and February by competing in the district’s two-round Jim Bolen Math…

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Bill Cosby performs at Bass Hall, benefits TCC

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief In his sixth decade as a stand-up comedian, Bill Cosby strode to the center of the Bass Hall stage Sept. 24…

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Connecting is easier with improvements

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In the age of technology, it can be hard to keep pace with every new trend or device. One thing that shouldn’t be hard to keep pace with is…

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Don’t you dare call Generation Y apathetic, inferior

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Viewpoint by Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor Only ’90s kids will remember the way Generation X suddenly decided we were all just naturally…

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Publications veer toward gossip over news topics

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Viewpoint by Cody Daniels/reporter Many informative, educational or reliable print-news publications have steadily lost readership and business…

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Medical help available

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By Caroline Manausa/reporter NE Campus will hold its annual health fair in NSTU’s Center Corner on Oct. 9. Medical professionals will provide…

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TR Campus’ 5th anniversary observed with week of events

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor TR Campus will celebrate its fifth anniversary with a week of events commemorating its hallmarks Oct.…

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Social media danger lies in obsession, speaker says

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By Remy McCool/reporter Social media is a useful tool. However, it does have drawbacks, a NE history instructor said Sept. 23. Although…

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Advisor tells students how money can work for them

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By Laurance Traylor/reporter The personal, philosophical and emotional problems and strengths people have will be reflected in their use of money,…

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Pride week kicks off on TR Campus

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor Trinity River Equality in Education, TR Campus’ LGBT organization, will celebrate its own pride week Oct.…

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District to celebrate Hispanic heritage

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By Victor Henderson/reporter Students on all TCC campuses are encouraged to “embrace success” by attending the fourth annual Abrazando al…

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Counselor to warn students of oral risk

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By Mason Prince/reporter AIDS counselor Curtis Smith will talk Oct. 8 on NE Campus about the dangers of sexually transmitted infections. Smith…

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Leadership summit leads by example

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By Terrance Gilbert/reporter Retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Mary Saunders talked to TR students about developing leadership skills Sept. 21 on…

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Students can tour 3 universities this fall

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor TR Campus’ TCC and ME on the GO will offer students three campus tours during the fall semester. As an…

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Seminar can help prevent cancer risk

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By Heather Horton/reporter South Campus health services will kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a keynote speaker Oct. 9. Dr. Robyn…

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Mentoring program helps students develop skills to lead communities

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By Terrance Gilbert/reporter TCC’s chancellor and a Texas A&M higher education associate professor addressed the Men of Color Mentoring…

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Zumba classes on NE open to students, faculty, staff

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By Caroline Manausa/reporter Eleven people dressed in T-shirts showed up for an afternoon class in NSTU Center Corner. Some wore shorts,…

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NE has microbiology lab in works

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor Soon, microbiology majors on NE Campus will have their own lab. “We will be expanding our capacity by 50…

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Hispanic Heritage Month

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Now-Oct. 14 SE Campus presents Lunes Hecho de la Diversión 8 a.m.-5 p.m. every Monday during Hispanic Heritage Month. Student activities will…

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Names & Events

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Oct. 2 NE student activities will present Student Success Seminar: Conflict Resolution 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Center Corner (NSTU 1615A). The seminar…

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NW, South honors programs offer iPads to students

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By Kirsten Mahon/nw news editor A pilot program on NW and South campuses this semester gave Cornerstone students brand new iPads to use in…

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NW theater production finds comedy, tragedy within play

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By Kirsten Mahon/multimedia/nw editor Theatre Northwest will soon show Crimes of the Heart, a critically acclaimed play by Beth Henley. The…

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SE speaker brings recognition to Monuments Men

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By Raquel Diaz/reporter The people often overlooked in history classes are the “Monuments Men,” men and women who sacrificed their…

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NE orchestra holds jazz concert Oct. 10

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By Mason Prince/reporter Music assistant professor Philippe Baugh will direct an 18-piece jazz orchestra through a selection of contemporary jazz…

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Musicians to play for students, staff

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By Matthew Berger/reporter The NE Campus percussion musicians are looking to beat their drums. On Oct. 7, students are welcome to watch and…

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‘Thriller’ routine workshop offered

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By Adrian Beltran/reporter SE students will learn the Michael Jackson dance routine for “Thriller” during a dance workshop Oct. 9. Sheryl…

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Zombie movie entries open undead activities

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By Matthew Berger/reporter The night of the living dead will be on NE Campus Oct. 31. Students can attend the second annual Northeast Art…

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NE Campus talent show to collect canned goods

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor Students can sign up to compete in the NE talent show Spooktacular until Oct. 9. The talent show, which is…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Special Events: Oct. 9 The SE library and the health and physical education department are sponsoring a “Thriller” dance workshop 2:30-4 p.m.…

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NE dodgeball contest more fun than competitive

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By Selby Lopez/reporter The Green Giants defeated The Lorenzos in the finals of the NE dodgeball tournament Sept. 27. The Green Giants…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 2 NW Campus concludes its volleyball tournament 3-5 p.m. in WHPE 1102. Students can contact NW physical education instructor Joseph Maestas at…

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All-TCC Athletics Competition lets SE students show physical abilities

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor Students can participate in a competition to determine the best athletes on SE. The SE health and physical…

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In case of zombie invasion … learn to blend in

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By Kirsten Mahon/nw news/multimedia editor NE student Oliver Lukach taught a one-time special effects makeup class during his art period…

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