December 7, 2011

Students serve Christmas dinner to shelter residents

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor SE Campus volunteers served up meals and holiday cheer to residents of Arlington Life Shelter Nov. 29 in the North…

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Career coordinator urges readiness for coming semester, transferring

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By Vijoleta Nikolic/reporter Since deciding what to do and where to go after TCC can be tough and tedious, the South Campus career center…

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Natural speech doesn’t line up with grammar, assistant professor says

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By Thomas Norton/reporter The way some people speak English may feel natural and correct, but this isn’t always the case, students learned at the…

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NW Campus to silence gunshots in training range

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter Soon, the sound of gunfire on NW Campus and in the surrounding community will be eliminated, a NW criminal justice…

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Keeping college libraries from Arlington to Dubai

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor A former SE Campus librarian has moved to Dubai, where he has found some things are different, but others never…

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NE dramatists hold improv workshops

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By George Mizelle/reporter The NE drama club will host workshops in an effort to connect with the student body.Drama instructor Julie Gale and the…

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Screening product of student connection

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By Joshua knopp/tr news editor Some fathers simply chase away a daughter’s gentleman callers or awkwardly fail at giving “the talk.”Others…

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Television-inspired club helps students lose big

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By Haneen Khatib/reporter Student Susan Leazure walked away with the Biggest Loser title this semester on NW Campus after losing 12 pounds in eight…

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Servicemen, women explain ROTC types, civilian career options on South Campus

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By Ashley Johnson/reporter Each military branch has a value system and a specific mission statement that goes along with it, the South career center…

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Bikes, boards help students get to campus

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By Kelli Henderson/reporter Many students may not pay attention to those gliding past on a bike or skateboard when walking to classes, but the…

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TR philosophy department establishes new Socratic club

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By Joshua knopp/tr news editor While Socrates is certainly a worthy patron, the Socratic Club, TR Campus’ philosophy club, didn’t choose its…

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Unattended children an issue for student-parents

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor With child care sparse on TCC campuses, parents and administrators try to find a proper balance. SE Campus…

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Keep the media ball in your court

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Viewpoint by Sandy Hill/reporter Censorship is considered a !@#$%& word, but self-censorship shouldn’t be. Hollywood seems to lack…

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Christmas signs stir memories

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Without a calendar, I can still tell Christmas is close. Two signs never fail to wake the happy excitement in…

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Movie Review-Melancholia

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By Joshua knopp/tr news editor There’s a reason overtures aren’t commonplace anymore. The first eight minutes of Melancholia attempt to…

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Financial aid intricacies revealed to students on South Campus

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By Elaine Bonilla/reporter On South Campus alone, students received $15.5 million in the 2011-2012 school year, the South director of student…

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Volunteering improves résumé, gives job training, speaker says

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By Myisha Henderson/reporter Including volunteer work on a résumé can transform it from lackluster to exceptional. Darrell Whitsell of SE…

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5 NE students earn positions in 2-year All-State Choir

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor Five NE choir members auditioned and earned a place in the Texas Two-Year College All-State Choir. Linsley…

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SE artwork represents artists’ lifestyle, personality

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By Khanh Nguyen/reporter The daily life of artists Adam Werner and Danny Haslett are featured at SE Campus’ Art Corridor II in an exhibition…

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Student government heads elected on South Campus

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Jerod Bohon was named president of South Campus following the Student Government Association elections Nov.…

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Horticultural careers sprouting in NW greenhouse

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By Shirlett Warren/reporter Many people don’t realize horticulture is a business, said NW horticulture program coordinator and assistant…

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NW art display hopes to inspire students

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter The NW Campus visual arts department wants its students to know their work is valued, so it keeps student artwork…

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Tuition is necessity, extra costs aren’t

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Viewpoint by By Joshua Knopp/managing editor TCC’s tuition rate of $50 per credit hour is a fantastic deal, but it is still a significant…

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Dental clinic gives low-cost options

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By Victoria Barry/reporter A dentist visit can be expensive, making it difficult to make the biannual trip recommended for oral health. Those…

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Football player returning to field after stint at TCC

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By Eric Poe/sports editor For NE student Cameron Newson, football is life.“My lifetime goal was to play in the NFL,” he said. “Football is not…

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Trash gets second life in NE art show

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor The NE Student Environment Awareness club held an environmental art show located in the NSTU Galley. The…

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SE student talks about his life in private military

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Four times. That is all he has been shot. But he has been cut and stabbed so often he cannot recall the exact…

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Students criticize, defend SE teacher who resigned

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief A Muslim student said she “felt violated and discriminated against” when a SE instructor made what she felt…

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Mandatory attendance: show up or get dropped

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Faculty and staff tell students relentlessly to attend classes, and next spring, the consequences for not doing so…

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Knowing needs, wants can help in money management, lead to success, adviser says

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By Khanh Nguyen/reporter Distinguishing between needs and wants now will pay off in the future, financial adviser Nancy VanBoskirk told SE…

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TCC, UTA partnership encourages new students to major in geosciences

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor To attract new students to the geosciences, Tarrant County College and the University of Texas at Arlington…

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South’s new family center assists public with GEDs, taxes, parenting

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor The Family Empowerment Center, a variety of social services uniting on South Campus to assist low-income…

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Opinion-Reality TV stars not role models

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The TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians seems to have polarized the public, making people either die-hard fans or die-hard haters. The show…

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Student shares her struggle with manic depression

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor Every day, SE student Lindsey Stiefel wakes up with a scar on her thigh that says, “I hate me.” She carved…

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Certified counselor gives motivational interviewing advice

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter It is important when counseling people to understand that it is their life not the counselor’s, and that the counselor…

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