November 26, 2011

Women’s Leadership Forum designed for WINR students, NE president to address group

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News brief by Mario Montalvo/ne news editor The South, SE and NE programs of Women in New Roles will join to host the Women’s Leadership Forum…

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Opinion-Consumerism chokes holidays

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Consumerist culture has taken over America, and it can be seen in the culture that surrounds Halloween. Characters from children’s movies are…

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NCAA, pick-up ball can fill up NBA void

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Viewpoint by Marley malenfant/feature editor If you love the NBA, you probably had opening day Nov. 1 circled on the calendar or marked on the…

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NE speaker describes resulting emotions of attempted murder

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By Alex Al Kazzaz/reporter Chris Keith’s father killed his mom and brother and tried to kill him when he was 5 years old. He survived to…

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Professor shares military experiences

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By Khanh Nguyen/reporter Experiences in the U.S. Marine Corps influenced one SE computer science assistant professor’s perspective and teaching…

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South Campus students receive fashion tips

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By Thomas Norton/reporter Students learned the proper tips and tricks for getting employed by dressing well for an interview at Fashion Trends in…

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Types, effects of 2 kinds of diabetes explained to guests

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By Thomas Norton/reporter Diabetes affects the lives of people young and old, a speaker said during the first of a four-part series, Diabetes…

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Presenter explains symptoms, advises taking control of health

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By Amad Ali/reporter Diabetes, the No. 5 killer in the United States, primarily targets people of color and children, a speaker from the Diabetes…

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Tarrant County commissioner to be keynote speaker Nov. 18 for TR Leadership Summit

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New brief by David Lloyd/reporter The TR Center for Leadership Development will present its 12th Leadership Experience Summit featuring keynote…

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Women In New Roles event to teach how to create stable financial future for women

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News brief by Christine Bethke/reporter Women In New Roles is hosting Women in Control Taking Charge in 2012— Exploring Our Options Together on…

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Sleep, exercise, no cigarettes reduce cancer risks

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Although avoiding breast cancer might not be possible, a local doctor told a SE audience ways to reduce the risk…

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Beginner’s luck claims prize

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By Andrew Brenner/reporter A golf rookie took first-place honors in a golf tournament on SE Campus Oct. 21. Participants were given three…

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Week 2 of SE flag football gets competitive

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By Eric Poe/sports editor The second weekend of SE Campus flag football gave fans a needed fix with competitive games, great quarterback-receiver…

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Dodgeballs to take flight in NE gym

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By Eric Poe/sports editor The game that has long been a middle school barometer of manliness, separating the weak from the strong and the dorks…

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Internet: valuable tool or distraction

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Viewpoint by Mario Montalvo/ne news editor When I grew up, the Internet was not available in every home and every classroom. As much as the…

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NE group working to keep old books from recycling bins

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor Students with old books lying around can now lighten their load while contributing to a good cause. A NE club…

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Bathroom sensors nonsensical

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Too often, practicality falls prey to brilliant, heartfelt ideas, like motion-sensor technology in…

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Local news anchor shares success in TR Campus leadership summit

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By Eric Marchan/reporter WFAA news anchor Gloria Campos shared her story of success and leadership Oct. 14 on TR Campus. Campos grew up in a…

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Facebook important yet often dangerous, says NE professor

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter It is important to realize how powerful recreational writing is, an English associate professor said Oct. 14 on NE…

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Students join in Occupy Fort Worth

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor TR Campus student Alden Aldrich had seen unrest stirring for a while before the Occupy Wall Street protests…

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Instructor converts interpreting skills into teaching

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

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Household objects made into art

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By Zanab Jaffrey/reporter Home building blocks made an interesting introduction to the art show currently on NW Campus. The works of Janet…

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Don’t rely on vending, nurse says

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By Kelli henderson/reporter Students may not have time to worry about the health content or prices of vending machine products, but they can find…

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Dreamer produces Batman movies for love of comics

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By Tristian Evans/reporter “Life is not a comic book.” Those were the words a rabbi told Hollywood producer Michael Uslan on his wedding…

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Board appoints trustee for District 2, moves election date

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief District 2 has a new trustee.Conrad Heede was chosen by a 5-1 vote to fill Joe Hudson’s vacated post during…

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Low turnout for table tennis tourney doesn’t hamper fun

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By Eric Poe/sports editor With only four participants, the NE Campus table tennis tournament could not have been blamed if it was dull. It was…

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Scratches, old lace give artists unique inspiration

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By KAREN GAVIS/se news editor Curated by Christopher Blay, String Theory: Connecting the Lines showcases the work of artists Anne Allen, Janet…

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South Campus art features exhibit by father-son pair

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor A new exhibit in South Campus’ Carillon Gallery features artwork from father-and-son artists Don and John…

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Movie Review-Paranormal Activity 3

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By Joshua knopp/managing editor This family shouldn’t be allowed to buy video cameras anymore.Paranormal Activity 3 follows the series’ pattern…

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Mission trip takes dental assistants to Eastern Africa

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Her voice quivered as she replayed the scene of Ethiopian women begging her to take their children.The…

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Executive director talks adult illiteracy awareness

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By Erick Traska/reporter One in five adults in Tarrant County cannot read well enough to succeed at a fourth-grade level, a speaker said as part of…

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Director tells pupils to apply early, often for financial benefits

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By Elaine Bonilla/reporter Remembering to stay within the guidelines for the financial aid satisfactory academic progress is the most important…

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Stress can kill, but relaxation can cure, says NE counselor

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By Eric Marchan/reporter Stress is common to all students, and they can learn to cope with it, a NE counselor said during Dealing with Stress Oct.…

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SE Campus will offer free prep workshops for Accuplacer test

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By Andrew Brenner/reporter Beginning Oct. 31, SE Campus will offer free Accuplacer Prep Workshops for students who have missed the college-level…

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SE volleyball league plays in November

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By Eric Poe/sports editor SE Campus will have a volleyball tournament starting Nov. 11. The tournament will be two days with games Nov. 11 and…

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Opinion-Internet textbooks gain steam

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The mentality of consolidating data and throwing it up on the Internet is finally spreading to textbooks. The Washington State Board of Community…

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Best carved pumpkin to win $100 cash in NE art contest

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By Erick Traska/reporter Carving a pumpkin could carve its way into someone’s wallet with up to a $100 first prize this Halloween. NE…

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For these students silence is truly golden

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By Kim Anderson/reporter Total silence enveloped participants Oct. 20 on TR Campus as they tried to grasp a small understanding of what…

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Breast cancer can happen to anyone, TR speaker says

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By Erick traska/reporter In 2011, roughly 230,000 women have been diagnosed and nearly 40,000 deaths have resulted from breast cancer. The lifetime…

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