November 10, 2010

Opinion-Gov. Perry, please help us out

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Dear Gov. Rick Perry, You’re not new to us, but the Texas Legislature is new following the midterm elections. This is another chance to work…

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Sony smart phone better than never

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Viewpoint by Marley Malenfant/se news editor It’s 2010, and Sony wants a piece of the mobile pie. On Oct. 26, Sony announced its plans to…

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TSA procedures violate privacy

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Viewpoint by Ciaran Lambert/tr news editor The Transportation Security Administration is introducing a new pat-down procedure in the security line…

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Blame drinkers, not alcohol

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Last month, nine students from Central Washington University experienced what police have now labeled…

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Folk healing remedies important in Mexican therapy

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By Tristian Evans/reporter The director of the Irving Family Advocacy Center spoke to a packed room of South Campus students about Mexican…

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District sees larger early voting numbers

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By Colt Langley/managing editor Early voting on TCC campuses for the midterm elections saw an increase in voter turnout compared to the 2006…

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Sufferers discuss experiences living with AIDS, HIV

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By Leah Bosworth/reporter Three people living with HIV/AIDS spoke to a NE Campus audience Nov. 4 about what life is like infected with the…

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TCC will join smokeout to help quitters

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By Michael Burns/reporter TCC campuses will participate in the 35th annual Great American Smokeout Nov. 18. Since 1975, the American Cancer…

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Coordinator gives 5 research steps

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By Brittanie Dawson/reporter Research has been made easy, a NE Campus coordinator told students Oct. 27. Anne Drake, NE learning center…

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NE science faculty give tips to pass lab classes

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By Amber Veytia/reporter Preparation and planning are key to surviving a science lab, science faculty told NE students Nov. 3. Doubling as…

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South speaker explains effects of stress

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By Mona lisa tucker/reporter Stress is a person’s physical and emotional reaction to change, South counselor Sandra Johnson told a group of…

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Students get advice for healthy dating, morals on TR Campus

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By Cale Vaughan/reporter A counselor gave students dating tips on TR Campus Oct. 27. In the Healthy Dating lunchtime workshop, Jeronimo Aviles…

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Seminar addresses ways to write research in MLA, APA styles

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By Cale Vaughan/reporter TR students learned how to write an acceptable research paper at the MLA vs. APA workshop Nov. 3. TR writing center…

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Professor presents tips on improving skills in exchange of ideas

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By Paul Paez/reporter An assistant professor of English said she wanted to guide students to their own insights and own discoveries during a…

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STD risks explained during presentation on downtown campus

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By Magan Mitchell/reporter Students learned at a workshop on sexually transmitted diseases they cannot get STDs from a toilet seat, but they can…

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Firefighter applicants train at NW Campus facility

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By Cale Vaughan/reporter Crackling shots from TCC’s police training facility were heard in the background as firefighter applicants honed their…

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Seminar to reveal contraception truths

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By Leah Bosworth/reporter Sometimes birth control doesn’t work the first time around, but there is always “Plan B.” NE Campus will…

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WINR speaker promotes perseverance

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By Emily Coucgman/reporter Women historically have been paid less than men for the same jobs, said the diversity relationship manager at…

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TR hosts seminars on professionalism

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By Ciaran Lambert/tr news editor The Ariel Hunter-Chriss African-American Professionals Conference is hosting seminars for emerging professionals…

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NE renovation entering Phase II

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By Terry Webster/ne news editor NE Campus will soon enter the final phase of a renovation project for the Business and Social Science Building…

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New honors chapter focuses on education

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By Tristian Evans/reporter South Campus’ Alpha Zeta Zeta organization, a local chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, will have a chapter installation…

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Counselor to speak on test-taking skills

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By Tristian Evans/reporter South Campus counselor Annie Dobbins will present How to Take a Test and Pass 12:30-1:30 p.m. Nov. 18 in the SSTU Texas…

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NW student spreads faith with rap lyrics

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter Danny Cooper, aka Da Paperboy, grew up in a culture that was engulfed in rap music.Cooper, a current NW Campus…

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Enrollment up in online classes, statistics show

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By Terry Webster/ne news editor TCC’s enrollment jumped by 23 percent over the previous year, and much of that growth is attributed to more…

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Multiple break-ins found in NW lots

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Multiple Ford vehicles have become the target of car burglaries on NW Campus in the past three weeks, according…

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Campuses to pay tribute to veterans

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By Colt Langley/managing editor In honor of veterans and active-duty troops, TCC campuses will hold ceremonies recognizing Veterans…

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CD Review-Honky Tonk Merry Go Round The Lucky Tomblin Band

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor When people can’t tell whether or not they’re enjoying something, they tend to keep listening to try and…

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Movie Review-Paranormal 2

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor Paramount Pictures owes a public apology to pretty much everyone who worked on 2009’s prolific hit…

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Movie Review-Hereafter

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor Clint Eastwood is normally can’t miss, but Hereafter fails to strike any particular chord. The film is…

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South inmates run asylum in Cuckoo’s Nest play

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/reporter South Campus’ drama program will present One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, adapted by Dale Wasserman and based on…

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Spoken word champion to slam on NW Campus

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By Magan Mitchell/reporter Arriving late to host a poetry slam at It’s a Grind Coffee House in Dallas, Joaquin Zihuatanejo was all over the place…

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Students spike up SE volleyball games

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By Michael Burns/reporter The teams gathered, the whistles blew and the volleyball tournament commenced. SE Campus students participated in…

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Knights dominate NE teams in football

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By Aaron Turner/reporter After three weeks of flag football games, NE Campus crowned a perfect champion Nov. 6. The Knights, who did not lose…

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SE flag football narrows down to 4 teams

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By Emily Couchman/reporter SE Campus had its annual flag football playoffs Nov. 6 with nine teams and several free agents. “Whoever plays…

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South begins football with blowout victory

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By Drew Williams/reporter The South Campus intramural flag football season kicked off Oct. 23 with a one-sided matchup. Savage faced off…

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Son of Holocaust victim seeks answers in history

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By Marley Malenfant/se news editor Sonia Reich woke up in the middle of the night in her Chicago suburb and screamed, “They’re going to…

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Movie Review-Prisoner of Her Past

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor The documentary recently shown on SE Campus was thought-provoking to say the least. Prisoner of…

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