NW class to learn hip-hop

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor NW will present free hip-hop classes with well-known choreographer and dancer Lamesha Vine.This isn’t Vine’s…

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Professor discusses women, Hispanics taking leadership roles

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By Andrew Brenner/reporter Women are achieving higher educational goals at a faster rate than men, a speaker told NE students as part of…

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SE Campus professor shares knowledge of historical icons

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor One SE Campus associate professor teaches art but is also an expert on Texas outlaws Bonnie and Clyde. As a…

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Movie Review-Moneyball

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Baseball is a boring sport, but Moneyball isn’t about that. Moneyball is about sabermetrics, a system of…

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Movie Review-Brighton Rock

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Is originality so dead that even art films are based on a book that’s already been adapted to film? Brighton…

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Volunteer today, get into universities later, TR development associate says

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By Ashley Johnson/reporter Volunteering while at TCC provides benefits for students later, a TR student development associate told about 30…

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Jobs come, go-GPA stays with you

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Viewpoint by Marley Malenfant/feature editor I recently lost my job, and it was the best thing that could happen to me. With the unemployment…

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Speech is free, even at sale

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Issues of race and favoritism have the immediate effect of turning a friendly atmosphere into a nuclear war…

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SE golfers will try for closest-to-pin

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By Eric Poe/sports editor Golf, the national pastime for many, is coming to SE Campus. SE will hold a closest-to-the-pin competition at 1:30…

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Butts rekindle debate

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Although all campuses are smoke-free, an assistant professor of geology says his campus has a problem with cigarette…

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NW flag football league promises lots of offense

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By Eric Poe/sports editor With football season in full swing, NW Campus is adding to TCC’s pigskin fix. The seven-on-seven flag football…

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Free mammograms to be offered on NE

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor Texas Health Resources will offer free mammogram screenings on NE Campus with its Mobile Health Unit 9 a.m.-3…

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Names & Events

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Now-Nov. 7 NE faculty and students are invited to attend free Zumba classes. Zumba combines Latin and international music with dance to make exercise…

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TCC board chooses 3 as finalists for trustee

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By Bethany Peterson/editor in chief The board of trustees selected three finalists for the District 2 seat vacated by Joe Hudson. At a board…

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SE flag football season ready to start

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By Eric Poe/sports editor In the buildup to the District Cup, the Super Bowl of TCC flag football, SE Campus will have a monthlong league to…

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Opinion-Trustees’ extra year saves cash

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Sometimes it’s hard to form an opinion because there is no safe bet. The decision on if and when to move board of trustees elections is one such…

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Marriage till death, not till Alzheimer’s

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Viewpoint by Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that can put stress and strain on every aspect of adult…

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JPS Hospital to offer 4 free diabetic awareness lunch classes to NE students

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor John Peter Smith Hospital is going outside the walls of its offices and into the community to provide free diabetes…

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More student spaces designated

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By Joshua Knopp/tr news editor Administrators are taking steps to assuage parking difficulties on TR East Campus. Skilled trade technician…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 7 SE will have its five-on-five dodgeball tournament at 1 p.m. in the SE gymnasium. Teams are allowed one substitute and must play with a…

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Campuses to celebrate, host activities for LGBT History Month

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor Student organizations on NE and TR will host several events this month in observance of LGBT History…

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Program gets homeless back in school

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Almost two years ago, South student Ladoris Pope was in a local homeless shelter ready to pack up and give…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Theature Oct. 5-8 NE drama program will present a modern interpretation of Molière’s The Miser with guest director John Dennis. Originally set…

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NW-trained firefighters save man’s life

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor After dinner on Aug. 3, Burleson firefighters got a call that someone was unconscious 700 feet up a radio tower.The…

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Horror play arrives in time for Halloween

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By Haneen Khatib/nw news editor Theatre Northwest will present The Poe Murders, a play written and directed by drama associate professor Josh…

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SE students use cans to make art

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor A team of SE students are building huge works of art using canned food destined for a Tarrant Area Food Bank as part…

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Hispanic Heritage Calendar

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Now-Oct. 10 NW student services will hold a Hispanic Heritage Month photo contest. To enter Celebracion de Cultura, students should submit photo…

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Opinions vary on TR’s new East Campus

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By joshua Knopp/tr news editor Trinity River East Campus has been open to students and the public for a month. Students and teachers, many of…

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NE plans fall fiesta

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor Music, food and fun are planned for the NE Fall Fiesta 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 12 in the courtyard by the…

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