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Opinion-Gunmen show training need

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On April 20, 1999, 12 students and one teacher were killed along with 24 students who were injured in a school shooting that lasted 50 minutes at…

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Student suicides cause uneasiness

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Viewpoint by Colt Langley/managing editor Suicide is something that seems to be more common than one would think or even hope. It has become a…

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Activists’ actions harm movement

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Viewpoint by Terry Webster/ne news editor A bizarre string of events is once again heating up the debate over global warming. On Oct. 1, a…

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Don’t be dumb-drive safe

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Three weeks have passed, and I can’t prevent my back from tensing every time I look into the mirror and a car…

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Students receive tips on overcoming speaking fears

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/reporter Fear of public speaking, also known as glossophobia, is one of the most commonly reported social fears, a South…

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TR speech preaches patience in tackling life’s adversities

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By Amy Estrada/reporter A man about 30 years old and dressed in a black-tailored suit, crimson tie and shiny shoes captured the attention of about…

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TR advisor’s workshop emphasizes taking notes

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By Drew Williams/reporter Being named one of the top students at her campus isn’t enough for TR student Anita Weddle. At 43, Weddle is the…

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Students to learn about managing stress at workshop

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By Ashton Phillips/reporter TR students will learn how to manage stress during a lunchtime workshop Oct. 20. Lori Leach, TR counselor and…

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Advisor to help students manage money in seminar

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By Ciaran Lambert/reporter Randy Saleh, NE academic advisor, will present Money Management and Students 12:30-1:30 p.m. Oct. 19 in the NSTU…

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South coordinator to hold discussion on career plans

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By Tristian Evans/reporter South Campus career center coordinator Monica Miranda will present Career Exploration — Develop a Strategic Career…

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Managing time more effectively discussed on TR

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By Cale Vaughan/reporter Forty-seven students gathered in the TR Discover Room to hear tips on organizing their priorities. TR instructor Stacy…

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SE adjunct tells love of rail

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By Marley Malenfant/se news editor SE history adjunct Robin Cole-Jett is a maestro on the history of railroads throughout Texas.Cole-Jett…

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NW students get job advice

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor Business ethics are important to career success, an employer account representative for Workforce Solutions…

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South scholars learn to place goals

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By Magan Mitchell/reporter A small group of nontraditional students gathered on South Campus recently to learn how to achieve specific and…

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Behind the counter, NE student strives to help sick

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By Colt Langley/managing editor After graduating with a business management degree, NE Campus student Ryan Daussat left his job and returned to…

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For NW student, music has never sounded so sweet

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By Joshua knopp/entertainment editor Not even Beethoven could have begun studying music after going deaf. While the legendary composer studied…

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Movie Review-The Social Network

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor A movie about the founding of Facebook, The Social Network is just as engaging as its real-life subject…

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Movie Review-Let Me In

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By Joshua knopp/entertainment editor Let Me In was good, but its very existence is incredibly ostentatious and, all told, it probably shouldn’t…

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South renovations ongoing

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By Shelly Williams/editor in chief The South Campus South Communications building could be under renovation for another four weeks, vice…

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Perry to visit South library next week

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By Shelly Williams/editor in chief Gov. Rick Perry and state Sen. Wendy Davis will be on South Campus Oct. 20 at the Jenkins Garrett Library…

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TCC mascot needs new nickname

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By Colt Langley/reporter With its Trailblazers name and a bull as TCC’s new mascot, the college’s marketing team is asking students for their…

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South restarts student government with nominations

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By Tristian Evans/reporter The dual efforts of South Campus student development coordinator Jason Wallace and Dr. Cyrus Johnson, director of…

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NE, SE, South start flag football seasons

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By Aaron Turner/reporter Intramural flag football will get into full swing this month as three campuses are set to begin their respective…

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NE Campus health fair addresses variety of issues

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By Aaron Turner/reporter HPE instructor Kim Kerby-Dickman will hold one of a series of NE Campus Saturday sessions Oct. 16 at the NHPE…

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