Test anxiety session heads to TR Campus

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By Ashton Phillips/reporter Trinity River Campus will offer a free luncheon workshop Oct. 12, covering ways to handle test anxiety. Calming…

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NE gLOVE to provide aid to needy

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By Charles Swanigon/reporter Cindy Mask, a surgical technology instructor on NE Campus, started a community service project in 2005, called gLOVE.…

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Birdville ISD gives $7 million to its students headed to TCC

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By Terry Webster/ne news editor A $7 million scholarship endowment fund is aimed at providing opportunities for more Birdville school district…

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NW play goes deep into Nazi psyche

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor A play about the trial and conviction of members of The Order, a neo-Nazi group that operated in the…

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NW emphasizes student fitness

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By Ciaran Lambert/reporter NW students and faculty learned how they could live if they choose to eat well and exercise during WOW: Weighing on…

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Police re-address alert system after UT, Brookhaven

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By Shelly Williams/editor in chief In light of two recent incidents of armed students on campuses, TCC’s police department has been…

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Balance needed for paper, plastic

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Viewpoint by Marley Malenfant/se news editor Paper or plastic? Because of the rampant use of debit and credit cards, cash could be less common.…

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TR Campus students learn not to procrastinate in seminar

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By Casey Holder/reporter Procrastination is something that all people have to deal with and learn to overcome in their own way, an academic…

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Wiretapping straddles rights

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Freedom of speech? Protecting privacy? Liar. Liar. Pants on fire. Several rights of the first 10…

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College replaces ATMs

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By Colt Langley/reporter Because of an expired contract with Chase Bank, TCC campuses, excluding Trinity River, will receive new ATMs. On Oct.…

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TR summit tackles leadership

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter The Center for Leadership Development presents its Eighth Leadership eXperience Summit — Leading Change,…

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Debate on carrying guns on campus reignites

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By Marley Malenfant/se news editor NE student Dennis Makus pulled a concealed handgun license from his wallet, but he didn’t have his gun on…

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BP oil spill receives new perspective

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor Consumers must control themselves or catastrophes such as the Gulf oil leak will become the norm, a UNT…

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Movie Review-Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor Finally, we get to see what would happen if the Third Reich consisted of barn owls. Legend of the…

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SE students put face on hunger

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By Marley Malenfant/se news editor  A group of SE Campus students will do its part to fight hunger in Tarrant County Oct. 9-10. 2010 marks the…

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Tea Party pushing radical agenda

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Viewpoint by Aaron Turner/reporter Ever since an aristocratic band of colonists tossed crates of British tea into Boston Harbor, the Boston Tea…

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NE honor society attracts students from all majors

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By Aaron Turner/reporter Psychology majors and non-majors alike joined the ranks of the International Honor Society in Psychology as the NE…

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Opinion-War game disrespects soldiers

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The struggle of Good vs. Evil has been stylized in our entertainment since the first Greek tragedy. Nowadays, the fight is either between…

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Instructor cooks on South Campus

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By Aaron Coleman/reporter Students will taste history and heritage when history/government instructor Carlos Rovelo gives two workshops involving…

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TR workshop highlights benefits of setting goals

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By Aaron Coleman/reporter Students on TR Campus attended a workshop Sept. 28 designed to help them set and achieve their goals. TR counselor…

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Movie Review-Never Let Me Go

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By Joshua Knopp/entertainment editor Time magazine called Never Let Me Go the best novel of 2005 and could soon ­— and for the same reason —…

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NW student overcomes her ‘stuck talk’ disorder

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By Bethany Peterson/reporter When a mother returns from a three-week absence and her little girl cannot speak to greet her, big warning…

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