College caught in check scam across nation

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief For the past two years, $175,000 in fraudulent checks bearing TCC’s name have been sent across the…

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Opinion-BISD spends gas money wisely

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As senioritis sets in for high schoolers preparing to graduate, many hope to receive money, dorm room necessities or maybe even a laptop for college.…

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TCC experience wasted for student

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Viewpoint by Daniella Solis/entertainment editor I’ve been contemplating my experience at TCC — evaluating my classes, teachers and the…

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Embrace bilingual education in U.S.

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Viewpoint by Angela Ortiz/reporter American society questions the benefits of raising bilingual children. The U.S. is viewed as the melting pot…

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Tiger’s not the only news story

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Being a public figure comes with the price of having the media on your back. However, the topic of Tiger…

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Social worker counsels NE audience about anger

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By Ja Lessa Bonds/reporter Anger comes in different forms, a licensed clinical social worker told NE students, caregivers and licensed…

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South nurse shows laughter as tool for coping with stress

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By Jessica Whitman/reporter Life is a series of changes, and stress is inescapable, said Flo Stanton, a registered nurse and South Campus health…

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Administrator to present global warming talk on SE

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor The Tree Campus USA celebration continues April 22 as SE Campus holds The Challenge of Global Warming presented by…

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South gives input on plan

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By Megan Carradine/south news editor Both students and teachers attended TCC’s comprehensive strategic planning process last week on South…

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NE forensics class hosts fundraiser for tournament

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/reporter Ten things make being bald manly, said Mark Young, one of six TCC students who performed during Speech Night held…

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NE student gives free hugs

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By Megan Saint-John/reporter Caught up in text messages and online social networks, personal contact is lost. But that’s nothing a free hug…

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TR speaker gives tips on budgets

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By Daniella Solis/reporter  Trinity River Campus will present Money Management — Budgets with speaker Danny Wilson from the Texas Trust Credit…

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Microbial forensics talk warns NE

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By Megan Saint-John/reporter New technology and application of microbiology benefit forensic investigations of crime and war, a guest speaker told…

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SE speech students compete for top prize

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Nine students participated in the ninth annual speech competition on SE Campus held in Roberson Theatre. This…

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Candidates for board discuss improvements

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief All five candidates competing for the District 5 position on the board of trustees gathered for an open forum…

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NE awards recognize student achievements

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By Ashley bradley/ne news editor Students, faculty, staff and surrounding friends and family are invited to celebrate NE Campus students’…

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NW students get career advice

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By Alonzo Meza/reporter The right career might be as close as bumping into someone, NW Campus students learned recently. Dr. Shelly Calvin, NW…

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Self-indulgence main theme for TR Campus art exhibit

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By Andrea Conley/tr news editor Artist Michelle Brandley’s collection of paintings entitled Self Indulgences debuted in the Trinity River…

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South offering leisure reading, study break cafe

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By Megan Carradine/reporter The South Campus library has features no other TCC library has: the Ralph Man Popular Reading collection and Drake’s…

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TR Campus has newer computers, more study space

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By Edna Horton/reporter Trinity River Campus will have a display of books for National Library Week. Carol Everhart, director of library…

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NW celebrates librarians hard work, dedication

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor NW Campus Walsh Library celebrated Library Week with National Library Workers’ Day Tuesday. “It’s to…

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NE Campus has legal resources, ancient artifacts

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By Ashley Bradley/reporter The NE Campus library’s many interesting traits, including a legal research center, the Heritage Room and its name,…

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NE student adopts a baby girl after much difficulty

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By Sandy Hill/reporter A NE Campus student and his wife never gave up on their dream to have a child and, in the process, learned a valuable…

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NE musician juggles school, job to perform with band

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It’s an eventful Friday night as the lights go dim, the room dark as can be, packed with people. Within seconds, bright lights flash. People…

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Students visit TR to find employment

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By Andrea Conley/reporter Several dozen job-seekers converged on TR Campus April 9 for a Spring Job Fair. Attendees included TCC students and…

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SE student shares sense of style with online boutique

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Tempestt Benschop illustrates it’s never too early to pursue a dream or an idea. Benschop, a SE student majoring…

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New York artist teaches printmaking on South

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By Megan Carradine/south news editor Last week, a New York artist got down and dirty with student-artists during a two-day printmaking workshop on…

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Movie Review-The Runaways

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor The best audience for this movie can’t even get into the theater. This adolescent flick (an unfunny, Michael…

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DVD Review-Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call-New Orleans

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call-New Orleans came out on DVD April 6 after a limited release in theaters in…

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CD Review-Valleys of Neptune Jimi Hendrix

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Colt Langley/reporter Even though it has been nearly 40 years since Jimi Hendrix’s death, he can still release a chart-topping…

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NW challenges faculty to exercise, stay healthy

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor NW Campus faculty and staff have an excuse to exercise. Started by Tonia Pannell in fall 2008, the faculty…

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NE intramural volleyball teams play in the sand

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By Colt Langley/sports editor Considering the turnout of players and the fun students had playing sand volleyball, NE students will hold another…

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Intramural soccer play continues on SE

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By Diana Silva/reporter SE soccer teams gathered for the second week of intramural games April 10. The games started after a forfeit in the…

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Women on South discuss violence, changes in society

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By Brittany Dickey/reporter The South Campus Student Center was bustling with activity Saturday morning for the ninth annual Women’s Symposium…

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TCC veterans struggle with life after war

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor He still jumps whenever a car backfires. One day while in Iraq, former Marine Sgt. Carl Kurtz and some…

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Students sport holsters in campus protest

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief After winning a federal court case against the college earlier this year, two students, Clayton Smith and John…

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