November 11, 2009

Opinion-3-year plan not suitable for all

Posted on Nov 11th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Universities in America have begun offering three-year bachelor’s degree programs as a way for families to save money. Universities in Europe have…

Continue Reading

Judge rules empty gun holster protest OK outside

Posted on Sep 27th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Steve Knight/editor-in-chief Some students began wearing empty holsters on campus this week after a temporary restraining order was issued…

Continue Reading

Board members search for new chief executive

Posted on Sep 27th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Steve Knight/editor-in-chief Help Wanted: Chief executive officer for a growing community college district in Tarrant County, Texas, consisting…

Continue Reading

TCC marks Veterans Day with series of events

Posted on Sep 27th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

SE Campus will have a Veterans Day program at 11 a.m. in the Commons. Former U.S. Army Sgt. John Johnson, a paratrooper, will speak at the event. The…

Continue Reading

Spring graduation deadline approaches fast for TCC students

Posted on Sep 27th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Shelly Williams/managing editor Graduation is drawing closer for the TCC district, but students must meet several requirements before the…

Continue Reading

Halloween trip inspires columnist

Posted on Sep 27th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Viewpoint by Montreal Spencer/south news editor Nothing rejuvenates your mind, body and spirit like a mid-semester vacation. I spent my…

Continue Reading

Ultimate penalty utilized too often

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Viewpoint by Keisha McDuffie/reporter Comedian Ron White jokes about Texas saying, “Other states are trying to abolish the death penalty.…

Continue Reading

Honor veterans year round

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Steve Knight/editor-in-chief Thousands of American men and women in Afghanistan, Iraq and all over the world serve our country with pride and…

Continue Reading

Trinity River celebrates Day of the Dead with bread

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Andrea Conley/reporter Visitors to the Trinity River Riverfront Café last week found a display of brightly colored flowers, flickering…

Continue Reading

Interim chancellor speaks at summit

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Andrea Conley/reporter Seventy student leaders across the Tarrant County College District participated in the Leadership Experience Summit Oct.…

Continue Reading

Distinguished scholarship available on NE

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor The distinguished student scholarship will award $377 to 36 NE Campus students. Students with a grade point…

Continue Reading

NW Campus helps with career choices

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Karen Simonson/reporter Students should follow four steps when choosing a career, a NW Campus coordinator said Nov. 6. In Stuck? Four Steps…

Continue Reading

Competition brings inspiring stories to light

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Andrea Conley/reporter The Writing and Learning Center at Trinity River Campus has chosen 36 students as winners of the first TCC Writes…

Continue Reading

YWCA, TCC students discuss racial issues

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Shelly Williams/reporter With a mission to help eliminate racism and empower women, YWCA, a multicultural women’s organization, will team up…

Continue Reading

SE seminar guides students on ethics

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Marley Malenfant/se news editor When it comes to doing the right thing, SE Campus business instructor Monica Wilson tells students what’s…

Continue Reading

Programs help NE veterans transition to college

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Because the new GI Bill took effect Nov. 5, NE Campus decided to do more for Veterans Day than just spend a few…

Continue Reading

NE group plans children’s fair

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Ashley Bradley/reporter TCC students, faculty and staff and the public can get a head start on holiday shopping at the Fall Festival and Craft…

Continue Reading

NW professor’s energetic style helps English students

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Edna Horton/nw news editor (Part two in a four-part series on faculty winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

Continue Reading

Class embraces creativity

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Edna Horton/reporter Humanities students on NW Campus are finding their voices. Kim Jackson, associate professor of humanities, will present…

Continue Reading

SE establishes comic book club

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Marley Malenfant/se news editor SE students who enjoy reading comics have formed the Comic Book Club to study and create their own…

Continue Reading

Students utilize Rate My Professors to seek classes

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Aliza Hashmani/reporter With spring registration approaching, many TCC students are spending as much time researching teachers as they are…

Continue Reading

Seminar highlights women’s finances

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Montreal Spencer/south news editor Women need to spend more time thinking about their financial situation, the former director of the Fort…

Continue Reading

Fulkerson knows campus startup

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Shelly Williams/managing editor The historical significance of the first day of school hit home for her 13 years ago when a radio announcer…

Continue Reading

NE lecture discusses problems with wealth

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Shanda Block/entertainment editor Velma Walker, a NE psychology professor, kicked off the Impact of Affluence on Individuals, Families and…

Continue Reading

TR session stresses against stressing out

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Courtney Chipman/reporter “Work smarter, not harder” to accomplish a balanced lifestyle, a Trinity River Campus coordinator told students…

Continue Reading

Tai chi lesson brings wellness on TR

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Andrea Conley/reporter After a picnic luncheon and campus updates, Trinity River faculty recently received a wellness presentation including a…

Continue Reading

NW breast cancer tree honors survivors, loved ones

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Edna Horton/nw news editor The names of breast cancer survivors and those who have lost loved ones to the disease were remembered in a…

Continue Reading

NW student learns art of flying small planes at young age

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Sandy Hill/reporter The average 18-year-old has a driver’s license and may own a car. But Cagle Johnson isn’t an average…

Continue Reading

New York dance instructor kicks off NE hip-hop week

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Excel Garner, a New York dance instructor, actor and choreographer will kick off a hip-hop dance week Nov. 16-20…

Continue Reading

CD Review-Josh Grider Sweet Road to Ride

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Shanda Block/reporter Many genres can describe Josh Grider: soul, gospel, blues, rock and pop. He uses all these elements for the basic sound…

Continue Reading

CD Review-Let’s Get It Digital Spaces

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Shanda Block/reporter Throwing up the “L” hand gesture no longer means “loser.” It stands for Let’s Get It. This new-to-the-scene…

Continue Reading

Movie Review-This is It

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Montreal Spencer/south news editor The No. 1 movie on Michael Jackson This is It will have fans saying exactly what the title says, this is it.…

Continue Reading

SE play loves laughs in The Love of Three Oranges

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Marley Malenfant/se news editor SE student actors playing in The Love of Three Oranges want their audience simply to laugh. The comedy tells…

Continue Reading

South sings of love triangle in musical production Nine

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Montreal Spencer/south news editor Students looking for a night filled with jazzy music and sensual dancing can attend the production of Nine…

Continue Reading

SE students audition to dance for Rhapsody Movement Company

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Leigh Caudle/reporter In four semesters, Rhapsody Movement Company, based on SE Campus, has grown from a sole audition to a group that…

Continue Reading

NW volleyball title won by Lobos

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Heather Bench/reporter Five teams battled it out in the NW volleyball tournament last week, but Lobos emerged the winner. In this double…

Continue Reading

Jingle Bell runners needed for team

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Colt Langley/reporter The NE Campus Wellness Program is inviting students along with their friends and relatives to join the TCCD team in the…

Continue Reading

Dressing up and dodging for Halloween

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

About a dozen students participate in costume dodgeball Oct. 30 in the NE Campus gym. Students took part in the Halloween week event by dressing up…

Continue Reading

South students organize basketball tourney

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Brittany Walker/reporter The African American Student Organization’s Hoop It Up has bounced back onto South Campus. The five-on-five…

Continue Reading

Gobble Wobblers sought on South Campus

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Brittany Walker/reporter South Campus is gearing up for its 11th annual Gobble Wobble Nov. 18. The two-mile fun run/walk around South…

Continue Reading

Storage space turns to art gallery on NW Campus

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Edna Horton/nw news editor A new NW Campus gallery connects the arts and police cadets. The Skylight Gallery had its opening ceremony…

Continue Reading

Traces of memories displayed in SE art exhibition

Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Marley Malenfant/se news editor As students walk by the SE Campus Art Corridor II, the artwork for an exhibit titled Traces hangs on the…

Continue Reading