November 9, 2011

Companion bathrooms help students by providing space free from embarrassment

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Except when the line is long, or the need is pressing, most people don’t think twice about going to the…

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Native culture lives on in descendants

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Viewpoint by Karen Gavis/se news editor November is Native American Heritage month. As we celebrate Thanksgiving, we should remember the role…

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Beliefs OK, stop yelling at me

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Standing up for your beliefs doesn’t always mean getting in someone’s face, especially if you want to win…

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Fort Worth regional forester offers SE group environmental guidelines

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By Alex Al Kazzaz/reporter Like humans, trees require oxygen and water to grow and live a healthy life. Courtney Blevins, a Fort Worth…

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Professor to discuss prosthetic limbs for injured vets

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News Brief By Vijoleta Nikolic/reporter SE students can learn about developing robotic prosthetic limbs for veterans at 11:45 a.m. Nov. 11 in the…

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South professor to show culture of Swaziland

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News Brief By Christine Bethke/reporter Students will get the chance to learn about life in Mbabane, Swaziland, a Fort Worth sister city in…

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Gay awareness-Speaker addresses LGBT homeless issue

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By AMAD ALI/reporter At least one in every five homeless youths is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transsexual, NE students learned from various…

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Facebook for pets? New website could draw herds

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By Joshua Knopp/tr news editor Does your pet seem lonely? Does it not get out of the house enough? Does it seem to exist only to eat, sleep and…

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Seminars to cover South for National Career Week

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor South Campus will hold National Career Week Nov. 15-17, when various seminars will be presented, career…

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Most devote time to wants instead of needs, speaker says

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By Thomas Norton/reporter People learned the difference between the wants and needs of time management Nov. 2 on NE Campus. “How many of us…

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SE targets 50K words in month

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Lady werewolves, time travelers and baby Draculas were some of the characters discussed at the kickoff of National…

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South students to produce short comedies

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor South Campus will bring An Eve with Ives, short comedies by David Ives, to the stage next week.Theater…

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Students clean streets, promote green awareness

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By D’André Hillman/reporter Getting dirty is how the NE Student Environmental Awareness group keeps the environment clean.The organization’s…

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Movie Review-Dystopian movie In Time is money, time well spent

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor A dystopia where no one would have time to read movie reviews? That’ll never happen. In Time puts on display…

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NE Campus will host its own version of Turkey Trot complete with can drive

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By Eric Poe/sports editor NE Campus will hold its own Turkey Trot at 12:30 p.m. Nov. 18. The race has been organized in the spirit of the…

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Dodgeball offers competition, fun on NE

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By Eric Poe/sports editor The 10 players that signed up for dodgeball in the NE Campus gym Nov. 4 were divided into two teams that proceeded to…

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Teams compete for campus’ spot in District Cup

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By Eric Poe/sports editor With the District Cup around the corner, the fight for who would represent SE Campus in the annual flag football…

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Bridging the gap between enemy lines

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor For trained fighters, adjusting to college life takes on a whole new meaning.SE student Jason Donnell, who is…

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South Campus students discuss women’s goals

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By Christine Bethke/reporter Whatever aspirations women can envision for themselves, they can achieve, a financial planner for Prudential…

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DEEP health series concludes on NE Campus

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By Thomas Norton/reporter NE students and faculty learned how carbohydrates and food portions can affect their health at the third Diabetes…

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Bank president talks credit scores on TR

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By Andrew Brenner/repo Students had their questions involving identity theft, bankruptcy and disputes on credit report errors answered by a…

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Gay-straight alliance encourages peace with pledge

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By Myisha Henderson/reporter SE Gay Straight Alliance celebrated Ally Week Oct. 24-28 by encouraging students to intervene if they witness someone…

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Technology Assessment determining online readiness

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor A new policy requires students who have never taken an Internet course or who have taken an Internet course but…

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WINR meeting to show value of networking

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By Kim Anderson/reporter Celebrating its 36th anniversary, Women in New Roles will present Networking for Success Nov. 12. Toni Allison, CEO…

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Phi Beta Lambda sets up new NE Campus chapter

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor A new Phi Beta Lambda chapter on NE is helping business and business-related majors connect and receive real-life…

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Education instructor takes skills to administration

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

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SE Campus puts local twist on Charles Dickens’ Christmas Carol

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Set in 1929 Fort Worth, SE drama students will put a Texas twist on a classic tale by Charles Dickens this holiday…

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Coordinator to provide ways to select majors

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News Brief By Eric Marchan/reporter Students will learn new ways to make career decisions without panicking at First-Year Career Guidance and…

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SMU lecturer talks human rights

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By Katharine Robb/reporter Most students’ goals focus on a successful career, and students forget about what is really important on a…

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Navajo weaver shows talents on SE Campus

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, a member of the Navajo Nation will visit SE Campus to demonstrate…

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UTA professor to hold SE talk on psychology

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News Brief By Alex Al Kazzaz/reproter Industrial Psychology a seminar on the scientific study of employees, workplaces and organizations will be…

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Instructor shares 90 years of learning on SE Campus

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor SE senior education instructor Lois Knickerbocker, 90 years young, stood by a dominoes table full of her students and…

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Psychology professor, Army Reserve major helps Veterans Court deliver best sentences, treatments by taking into account effects of combat on veterans

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor When they first met in Germany, the soldier was in critical condition. He had a severe brain injury because of a…

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NW to host TCC stars dance off on campus

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By Andrew Brenner/reporter The NW campus ballroom dance class and dance club will host its first Dancing with the TCC Stars competition at 12:30…

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Of 5 interviewed, 4 contending for 2 president jobs

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Five finalists for the SE and South campus president positions participated in two public forums as part of…

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Finance planner to talk investing on TR Campus

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News Brief By Christine Bethke/reporter As part of its Lunchtime Workshop Series, the TR Discovery Center for Student Success will present…

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South Campus will hold its annual Gobble Wobble as way for fun, charity

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By Zaman Fabela/reporter Gobble Wobble returns to South Campus Nov. 16. The annual race is open to students and faculty. To register to run or…

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Health official to explain risks of tobacco use

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News Brief By Khanh Nguyen/reporter For the 36th nationwide Great American Smokeout, Tarrant County Public Health will present Tobacco Awareness…

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Surrealism travels from Mexico to NE

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor International speaker Dalel Cortés will present Surrealism In Mexico 6:30-8 p.m. in College Hall (NCAB 1111) on NE…

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NE writing forum teaches students value of rhetoric

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By Zanab Jaffrey/reproter English 1301 and 1302 students gathered in the NE Campus writing center Nov. 4 for Prep the Cannons: What Aarh We…

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Transgenders face hardships at work

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By D’André Hillman/reporter Born male, speaker Erin Roberts told NE Campus students she was unjustly fired in July from the health insurance…

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Managing diabetes means alerting others

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By Amad Ami/reporter NE students learned ways to support those who live with diabetes and the importance of diabetics communicating their needs to…

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Parents must keep up with legalities

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Viewpoint by Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Because laws pertaining to parental custody vary in every state, many innocent children and their…

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Movie Review-Many reporters abuse many substances in The Rum Diary

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The Rum Diary is completely implausible — if it’d actually happened, the principal characters would have died…

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