Teacher resigns after students, bosses complain

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief A SE Campus adjunct instructor resigned Nov. 15 after two students objected to how Islam was portrayed in…

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Speaker denounces cigarettes for Great American Smokeout on SE

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By Khanh Nguyen/reporter About 400,000 deaths each year in the United States are preventable, a representative from Tarrant County Public Health…

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South student lives full life despite brain disorder

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Doctors said if she lived to be 33, she wouldn’t be walking, talking, doing things for herself or having…

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Motivational speaker to encourage etiquette at NE Campus luncheon

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By Zanab Jaffrey/reporter NE Campus will hold an Etiquette Luncheon Dec. 7 to help students impress friends, employers and dinner guests with…

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South exhibit examines self-perception through art

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By Kim Anderson/reporter Discovering oneself in art with a twist was what students and other onlookers participated in Nov. 17 at the South…

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Artist explains how music can give meaning to life’s events through self-expression, song

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By Shirlett Warren/reporter Art and music are tools people use to respond to life experiences in order to shape culture and the world, the…

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TCC students-turned-teachers share memories of when college was new, more involved

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By Vijoleta Nikolic/reporter With the largest opening day enrollment of any community college at that time, TCC (then Tarrant County Junior…

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SE to help students manage their funds

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor SE Campus will present the third in a series of money management seminars designed to help students evaluate and…

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Sports, arts, weed inspire students during symposium performances

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By Ashley Johnson/reporter The second session of the NW Creative Voice Symposium began with Jonathan Kurth’s Sports Inspires Greatness. Kurth…

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Occupy protest needs focus

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Protest movements that change society and laws are an important part of U.S. history. We have also had…

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New studio delights SE dancers

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor SE Campus dance students will enjoy a new spring in their step while preparing for the annual Dance Works concert …

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NW honor students hearten, enkindle audience with surrealist paintings, stories of courage, loss

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter An array of honor students enrolled in Fine Arts Appreciation class gave personal presentations to nurture their…

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Networking finds clients, friends, says CEO

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By KIM ANDERSON/reporter Students and community members learned that networking can create power in the business world during a Women in New Roles…

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Personal values can help students choose career, adviser says

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By Erick Traska/reporter An assessment on career values can help students choose the major and career best suited for them, a speaker said at…

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Dance students combine rock, pop, abstract acts in fall show

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor The NE communication arts department will present its fall dance concert featuring a collage of choreography from…

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Industrial psychologists need help too, says UTA assistant professor

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By Alex Al Kazzaz/reporter Helping someone with stress or depression in the workplace is important to people in the industrial psychology field, a…

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NW Campus reaches out with Our Town play

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor The NW drama department will present Our Town, a classic play written by Thornton Wilder, Dec. 7-11. The play…

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Students lend voices to attitudes, fake meat

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By Shirlett Warren/repoter NE speech students highlighted different types of public speaking and oral interpretation Nov. 17. More than 60…

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Board swears in new District 2 representative

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By Bethany Peterson/reporter The new District 2 trustee was sworn in at the board of trustees meeting Nov. 17. Conrad Heede was welcomed to his…

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TR Campus holds summit on importance of leadership

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By Alex Al Kazazz/reporter Tarrant County Commissioner Roy C. Brooks told students at Leadership Experience Summit Nov. 18 on Trinity River to…

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UTA professor chronicles military’s use of prosthetics

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By Vijoleta Nikolic/reporter Stories abound about soldiers injured in the line of duty and losing limbs. On Nov. 11, a bioengineering associate…

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TCC renovates, repairs campuses’ aging buildings, systems

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief It takes almost $79 million to maintain the 3.5 million square feet of buildings that make up the five TCC…

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Surrealism spans from Mexico to NE Campus

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By Zaman Fabela/reporter With more than 100 attendees, Dalel Cortés, owner and executive director of the Instituto Mexicano de Español y Cultura…

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NW volleyball closes intramurals

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By Eric Poe/sports editor In the last intramural event of 2011 on NW Campus, Block or Bleed was crowned as champions of volleyball. Block or…

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Special guest vibist Dana Sudborough

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Special guest vibist Dana Sudborough performs with the NE Faculty/Staff Jazz Combo in Center Corner Nov. 15 with director/bassist Philippe Baugh and…

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AK boasts third straight championship cup

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By Eric Poe/sports editor AK, for the third straight year, has claimed the District Cup, crowning the best flag football team at TCC. The…

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Navajo weaver practices ancient art on SE Campus

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor SE Campus students connected with Native American culture through weaving and food Nov. 18 as part of Native…

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Mentors help at-risk students succeed

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By ashley Johnson/reporter TR freshman Dayron Owens said his first year at TCC was difficult because he had no one to push him. But a new…

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Career center director says to seek passion

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By Eric Marchan/reporter Students should take steps to start planning their careers, but they first need to find out what they are passionate…

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Being nice is easy, don’t make it hard

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Viewpoint by Haneen Khatib/nw news editor At times, I have ended up annoyed with waiters or some  salespeople for being slow or not getting…

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Angel Tree brings early holiday to NE

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor NE student Tim Sanchez has been on both ends of the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program — as a recipient and…

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Be wary of stress over holidays, public health official implores

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By Myisha Henderson/reporter The holiday season is supposed to be a time of giving, spending time with loved ones and lots of food, but stress…

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Turkey Trot provides fitness for students, food for needy

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By D’André Hillman/reporter Autumn’s overcast clouds and 16 mph winds didn’t discourage students from participating in the 6th annual NE…

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Curiousness leads to haunting finds

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Viewpoint by Karen Gavis/se news editor When I was a child, I loved to dig. And I still do. But now, instead of trying to find out if I can dig…

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Opinion-Scandals ruining college sports

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College is supposed to be a place of higher learning. So why are so many college athletic programs unwilling to learn from their peers’…

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Fort Worth’s sister city gets help from South psychology teacher

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By Christine Bethke/reporter Fort Worth has a sister that not many people know about, said a South psychology assistant professor during a Nov. 16…

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