November 16, 2011

Edward Jones banker explains investments, vegetable soup to students

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By Christine Bethke/reporter Investing and managing money can be simple, but it is understanding where the money goes that is the key to…

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Opinion-College ignores student voice

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Once again, members of the TCC administration failed to give students and the community the opportunity to voice opinions on a matter that will…

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Don’t be perfect writers-just do it

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Viewpoint by Tristian Evans/reporter This month, thousands of aspiring authors are hard at work on novels they’re trying to finish by Nov. 30…

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South speech to aid students in planning spring semester

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By Vijoleta Nikolic/reporter South students who want assistance with degree plans can attend Career Planning for Next Semester at 1 p.m. Nov.…

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NE Campus academic advisor offers students tips on tackling test anxiety

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By Amad Ali/reporter More than 30 NE students with various learning differences and challenges learned ways to confront test anxiety as well as…

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Procrastination problem can lead to guilt feelings, stress, says TR advisor

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By Eric Marchan/reporter A TR academic advisor told students that “tomorrow” is often the busiest day of the week at the TR Campus…

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Marine Creek students get early college experience

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor The Marine Creek Collegiate High School, a part of NW Campus for two years, gives high school students the chance…

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Student survives crash, regains life

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By karen gavis/se news editor It will soon be three years since the SE Campus philosophy student could walk unassisted, but he tries. On Jan.…

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TCC says lesbian suit unfounded

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By Joshua knopp/managing editor The college has filed a motion to dismiss charges against the NE Campus English department chair and humanities…

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AK four-peats as SE flag football champions

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By Eric Poe/sports editor The SE flag football championship had a thrilling conclusion with Kevin Tran catching the winning touchdown pass for AK…

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TR’s The Wolfpack practicing in anticipation of district tournament

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By Eric Poe/sports editor Teams playing in the District Cup are putting the final touches on practices, roster decisions and playbooks. TR’s…

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Defense dominant factor in SE Campus volleyball tourney

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By Eric Poe/sports editor Balls ’n’ Dolls claimed the four-on-four coed SE volleyball tournament Nov. 11, sweeping Autobots three games to…

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Blindness since birth does not stop NE student’s enthusiasm for music

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By D’André Hillman/reporter Born 24 weeks premature, weighing 1 pound, 10 ounces and only 12 inches long, Joseph King was born blind. He…

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TR health, wellness clinic to teach stress relief tools

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The Art of Living foundation will hold a health and wellness clinic Nov. 18-20 on TR Campus. The clinic will…

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Financial advisor warns about FAFSA’s changes

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By Erick Traska/reporter Financial aid for the 2012-13 academic year becomes available in January, and the sooner students act on it, the better,…

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Gamers standing in line is ludicrous

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Viewpoint by Marley Malenfant/feature editor I don’t have a lot of time to play video games. So when I have some time to myself, I’ll…

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Inspiration earns associate professor district honors

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor Part five in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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NW soccer league starts with high-scoring affair

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By Eric Poe/sports editor The NW soccer season started out with a high-scoring affair Nov. 9 with Northside FC beating Free Agents 8-1. Free…

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Families create traditions

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By Leah Bosworth/reporter The last months in the year are a time when many TCC students and faculty uphold holiday traditions established…

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Diabetes facts given to TR group

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By Shirlett Warren/reporter Diabetes is an epidemic in America, and education is the key to prevention, the TR health services coordinator and…

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Students shouldn’t dawdle

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Finish math homework. Write an English research paper. Get to work on time. Think about holiday plans. Grab…

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TR rewarded for energy efficiency

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Oncor’s Educational Facilities Program, which rewards energy-efficient schools, has granted TCC a $10,400…

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Students can keep good habits during holidays

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By Zanab Jaffrey/reporter Sugar cookies, pumpkin pie, stuffing and turkey — it’s that time again. The holiday season is near, and with so…

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Arlington’s lack of public transport wins student $125

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By Khanh Nguyen/reporter Robert Pratt, 34, not only won SE Campus’ 11th annual Interdepartmental Speech Competition Nov. 8 but was also voted…

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NW champs gear up for District Cup

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By Eric Poe/sports editor For NW Campus flag football champions, White Chocolate, confidence isn’t exactly lacking leading up to the District…

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Student Veterans Club invites NW vets to share experiences

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By Shirlett Warren/reporter The NW student activities department and Laura Wood, NW history professor and sponsor of the NW Student Veterans…

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NE to offer dance class for alternative workout

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By Eric Poe/sports editor A dance workshop will be held 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 19 on NE Campus. “It is a Saturday Sessions event, which…

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SE students, Santa team to aid Arlington shelter

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Children and their parents who reside at the Arlington Life Shelter will be honored guests at a Nov. 29 dinner in…

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NE president advocates facing fears in WINR forum

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By Victoria Barry/reporter To succeed in life, students should not allow fear to hold them back and should accept opportunities for leadership…

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Chancellor offers contracts for South, SE presidents

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief South and SE campuses may soon have new presidents.Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley offered William Coppola the SE…

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Movie pays tribute to Monroe: beautiful, extremely apathetic

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor It looks like they took modern cinematography techniques and mixed them with film techniques from the late ’50s…

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TR forensics team to hold poker tournament

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Few schools endorse gambling, but a sport with growing popularity for charity is another matter. At 6 p.m.…

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South dance company growing together as family, performers

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor The South Campus Velocity Dance Company has performed for more than 1,000 people this semester, associate…

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SE student creates book-selling website

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor A new website started by a SE student is helping other TCC students connect to buy and sell used…

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NE drama captures story by famous author of love, loss

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor The NE drama department will perform the comedic play Duck Hunter Shoots Angel Nov. 30-Dec 3. The play,…

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