October 27, 2010

Perry, TCC leaders, students launch state education website

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Gov. Rick Perry and other state and local leaders gathered on South Campus Oct. 20 to help launch a social…

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Electrical shut down to hit NE on Nov. 7

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Unless faculty and students want spoiled and rotting food, they need to clean out any refrigerators in their…

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SE student finds acclaim with music

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By Marley Malenfant/se news editor Marcus Dinkins went from being a member of the James Bowie High School step team to opening shows for T.I.,…

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Opinion-Bullying disease needs cure

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In the last few weeks, it seems that bullying has turned into a national epidemic. On Sept. 22, Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi drove…

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Take politics out of custody battle

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Viewpoint by Terry Webster/ne news editor A laundry list of unacceptable conditions comes to mind when we hear of a state agency removing a child…

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Proposed law hits ‘buzzed’ drivers

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Viewpoint by Colt Langley/managing editor A proposed law called DWAI, or Driving While Ability Impaired, will be under consideration when the…

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Tax credit deserves 2nd run

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief President Barack Obama has called on Congress to make something called the American Opportunity Tax Credit…

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National, state honors handed out to The Collegian

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By Colt Langley/managing editor The Collegian staff received awards in both state and national competitions at two recent conferences. National…

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Mustache contest raising prostate cancer awareness

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By Ciaran Lambert/reporter This November will also be known as Movember, a men’s health movement raising awareness for prostate cancer by…

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TR week helps out transfer students

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By Magan Mitchell/reporter The TR Campus invites students from all campuses to attend Transfer Connections Week Nov. 1-5 providing students…

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Academic adviser teaches importance of frugality

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By Ciaran Lambert/reporter NE academic advisor Randy Saleh presented Money Management and Students Oct. 19. This seminar taught students how to make…

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Reading, time management stressed during TR instructor’s workshop

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By Ashton Phillips/reporter Reading is about managing time because when one sets aside time to read, that person will read, a TR reading…

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South deals with stress in seminar

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/reporter South Counselor Sandra Johnson will present Stress: Coping with the Pressures of School, Work and Family 12:30-1:30…

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Ex-center director to address meeting

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By Emily Couchman/reporter The former director of the Fort Worth Women’s Business Center will come to South Campus Nov. 3 to share her story of…

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Students, faculty attend TR leadership discussion summit

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By Perla Gonzalez/reporter TR Campus hosted the eighth Leadership eXperience Summit — Leading Change Understanding Difference Oct. 15. About…

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Principal discusses teaching jobs

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By Amy Estrada/reporter The Alpha Epsilon Eta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi will host Finding a Job in the Teaching Profession: Insight from a…

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Workshop teaches NE on research

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By Brittanie Dawson/reporter No longer will the student remain trapped without direction while researching because research has been simplified…

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NE students advised on goal-setting in life

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By Casey Parkhurst Students can set goals for making the right decisions not only for now in their college career but also for after graduation…

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SE student performs hula as side hobby

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By marley malenfant/se news editor She isn’t a character out of Hawaii Five-0, but SE student Melita Mensah likes to dance the hula. Mensah…

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Speaker tells story of abuse

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By Emily Couchman/reporter A member of the Safe Haven board will present Prevailing in the Struggle – A Story of Hope 12:15 p.m. Nov. 13 for the…

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SE forums air ideas, concerns

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By Marley Malenfant/se news editor Inadequate parking, Campus Cruiser updates, science equipment and TCC’s new mascot were the concerns during…

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TR East Campus set to open for fall 2011

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By Colt Langley/managing editor With construction currently under way, the TR East Campus is on schedule to open for classes next fall. Vice…

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NW students attend seminar on domestic violence

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By Amy Estrada/reporter Seventy-four percent of Texans said they would report a domestic violence crime, but only 20 percent indicated they have…

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Coordinator encourages dream job choice

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By Tristian Evans/reporter People should choose a job they find interesting rather than base the choice on money, said the South Campus career…

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Ceramics, mini-toys turn life-size at NW art show

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By Ciaran Lambert/reporter NW Campus opened its newest art exhibit Manufactured Scale, showcasing the artwork of the two newest NW art associate…

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South recital will feature voice teacher

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By Cale Vaughan/reporter The South Campus music department will host a recital 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 featuring Alba Alvarez from Encarnación,…

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Movie Review-Red

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor Sometimes, when adapting films from novels, making drastic changes works out quite well. The three-issue…

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Guitar duo crafting new identity

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By Colt Langley/managing editor NE student Bryant Roy along with his best friend Josh Crosby have recently recorded a demo for their new band The…

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Movie Review-It’s Kind of a Funny Story

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor It’s Kind of a Funny Story has to be one of the most deceptive titles in recent movie history. The…

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Dance class gives students pro touch

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/reporter Dance is an important tool that can bring people together because of its universal language, said hip-hop artist…

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NE flag football continues despite weather

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By Aaron Turner/reporter Flag football on NE Campus resumed Oct. 23 as students gathered for the second week of games on a rainy Saturday…

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AK, Jihad, America’s Team, Lions win SE flag football games

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Marley Malenfant/se news editor Flag football continued on SE Campus Oct. 23 with eight teams playing. Jihad closed the shutters on I Work with…

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