District offers new science degree plan

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By Steve Knight/editor-in-chief TCC now offers the Associate of Science degree, a new two-year plan tailored for science and mathematics students,…

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Health services conducts free HIV-AIDS, syphilis testing

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor This semester, TCC will conduct free HIV tests on all campuses except Trinity River, and free syphilis tests…

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Teri Schrantz

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By Meredith Lynd/reporter When Teri Schrantz received an offer to teach at the new Trinity River Campus, she not only took it, she made the…

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CLEP tests available for students

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By Shavone Butler/reporter Rather than take a 15-week course, students can earn college credit by taking just one exam. The College Level…

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Flo Stanton

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By Violet Vasquez/reporter Flo Stanton has been a part of TCC for 28 years and makes the students her top priority. Stanton works in the…

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Ceramics artist shows Japanese art on NE

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By Ashley Bradley/reporter Steven Branfman, potter, teacher and writer, will visit NE Campus Sept. 10-12 to lead a workshop teaching new…

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Movie Review-The Time Traveler’s Wife

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By Shanda Block/reporter The Time Traveler’s Wife is a movie about a man named Henry, his wife Clare, and their exceptionally odd lifestyle…

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New car seat law unfair to parents

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Viewpoint by Edna Horton/nw news editor Starting Sept 1, the Texas Department of Public Safety enacted a new law everyone should know…

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TCC graduate sees crime story become his published debut

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By Jennifer Covington/reporter One TCC graduate has found success with a Russian con, an Israeli woman and a young man trying to find meaning in…

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Fast Track nursing class graduates

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By Montreal Spencer/south news editor TCC’s Department of Nursing had its first recognition ceremony for summer 2009 Fast Track Option…

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Coordinator gives survival tips to first-year students

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By Karen Simonson/reporter College students must take responsibility for their own academic success, a South Campus coordinator said Aug.…

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Seat belt usage among new laws

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By Marley Malenfant/se news editor New laws that took effect Sept. 1 require all vehicle passengers to buckle up and put their cell phones away in…

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TCC volunteers to learn outside class

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By Shelly Williams/managing editor As a way to promote leadership, social and civic responsibility and student involvement, TCC implemented a…

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Economy brings back more returning students to college

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By Tammy Morgan-Hilliard/reporter With the recent economic turns, more and more adults are returning to college to get a degree, finish a degree…

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Doug Peak

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By Frances Matteck/reporter SE Campus director of student development services Doug Peak works to encourage students to excel. His duties…

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Texas still on hook for tuition funds

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Viewpoint by Shelly Williams/managing editor Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. They duped us again. Earlier this year,…

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Anne Drake

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By Gary Collins/reporter Tucked away deep in a secluded corner of the J. Ardis Bell Library on NE Campus is Anne Drake, the coordinator of…

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Spaulding finds following for NW ceramics class

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By Erin Barnard/reporter Fred Spaulding can define success with a new kiln. The NW Campus ceramics instructor needed the new oven, which is…

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CD Review-Risk Everything Nathan Lee

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By Shanda Block/reporter Having been born into music since his father ran a recording studio in New Jersey, Nathan Lee started performing at an…

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Faculty, students give transition tips to life in college

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By Rosa Martinez-Rodriguez/reporter During her senior year at Arlington High School, Haily Dunn prepared to enroll for this semester at TCC. Like…

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NW hosts success seminars

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By Edna Horton/nw news editor Everything students need to become effective college students will be addressed in the Student Success Seminars on…

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Tobacco ban draws mixed reaction

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By Ashley Bradley/reporter Students arrived to a smoke-free campus this year. Last April, 60 percent of those who responded to a poll approved…

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Attention: cruiser alert

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By Charles Swanigon/reporter CruiserAlert, part of CampusCruiser, allows TCC students, faculty and staff to receive notices through mobile…

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Orchestra symbol of freedom

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By Steve Knight/editor-in-chief The National Youth Orchestra of Iraq, the first orchestra of its kind in the country, performed its premiere…

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Good news: Enrollment’s up; Bad news: Where to park?

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By Montreal Spencer/south news editor Usually, parking during the first week of school is the most congested time of the semester. Students…

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Cheryl Roberts

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By Jonathan Resendez/reporter Cheryl Roberts tackles the daunting task of editing the syllabi for more than 1,200 TCC courses the same way…

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Enrollment grows 12% districtwide

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By Shelly Williams/managing editor TCC is bursting at the seams everywhere, Trinity River Campus registrar Adam Baugh said of the increase in the…

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Opinion-No excuse releasing terrorist

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Since when is it OK to give a convicted terrorist a “get out of jail free” card? The Scots released Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, the man…

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