Stage technique becomes subject of NE workshop

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By Finesse Love/reporter An Alexander Technique workshop will be held to help students overcome limitations in movement and thinking. The…

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Sweet-toothed music lovers in for night of eclectic performances

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By Samantha Sutton/reporter All music lovers are invited to enjoy Dessert Theater on NE Campus Oct. 28 and hear the Chamber Singers perform group…

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Dance-A-Thon to raise cash on NW

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By Kirsten Mahon/nw news/multimedia editor NW performers will lead dances through the decades to raise money for children in need. The Monster…

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NE Campus strings perform free concert

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By Rosanna Fernandez/reporter Classical music will fill the air in College Hall Oct. 29 on NE Campus. Students from the String Ensemble class…

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Apache artist shares pottery secrets on NE

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By Rosanna Fernandez/reporter NE ceramics students and others can participate in workshops with a sculptor renowned for his work in traditional…

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Vets’ benefits hurt by delays from shutdown

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor Congress reached a debt deal Oct. 16 that reopened the government and gave veterans back their benefits, but…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Music: Oct. 24 The NW music department will present a faculty recital 12:30-1:30 p.m. in WFAB 1105. The free concert is open to the…

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SE offers students volleyball contest

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor Teams will go head to head to determine the ultimate winner in the Nov. 8 volleyball tournament on SE. All…

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Students can dress up, exercise on NW

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By Dylan Bradley/reporter People who like lifting weights and like dressing in costume can combine the two during the Costume Lift on NW Campus…

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The Ball Busters take top spot on NE

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By Selby Lopez/reporter The Ball Busters won the NE volleyball tournament Oct. 17, going undefeated. The Ball Busters defeated their first…

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NE students learn the keys of motivation

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By Matthew Berger/reporter NE Campus students were shown four keys to motivation at the How to Stay Motivated seminar Oct. 8. “Motivation is…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 25 For the less athletic, NE Campus offers the Madden Tournament. Players can just show up in the NHPE gym for tournament play, which runs 1-5…

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Star-Telegram columnist will discuss changes in politics, voting process

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By Mathew Shaw/reporter News junkies and political enthusiasts may be interested in attending a public discussion on Texas politics and the…

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Ensemble fuses jazz, Latin in NE concert

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By Matt Fulkerson/reporter The rain and chill in the air Oct. 15 did little to dampen the mood as a NW professor and his fellow musicians took to…

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Symposium raises awareness of AIDS/HIV epidemic

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By Terrance Gilbert/reporter Rising rates of AIDS/HIV infection and dwindling funding are problems facing youth, a Texas Woman’s University…

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LGBT history detailed in SE speech

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By Laurance Traylor/reporter A lesbian-gay-bisexual-trangender past doesn’t exist because an LGBT past is generally an American past — the…

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Registration for spring semester classes gets under way Nov. 15

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By Natalie Phetsamone/reporter Spring registration is almost here with priority registration beginning Nov. 15. Students can log on to…

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Fashion show on TR will showcase business attire from students’ closets

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By Keisha Bruner/reporter It’s time for students to strut the runway and show off their style. On Nov. 5, TR Campus students will hold a Fall…

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South exhibit features Dallas mixed media, surrealist artist

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By Victor Henderson/reporter Brent Kollock, who holds degrees in chemistry and biology, was on his way to medical school when…

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Opinion-Hidden truths silently kill NFL players

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Big hits were the name of the game, and the NFL knew it. People watch football for many reasons, but one reason all fans have in common is the big…

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South students to compete in Halloween Poe-try

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By Heather Horton/reporter “But evil things, in robes of sorrow, assailed the monarch’s high estate. (Ah, let us mourn! — for never morrow…

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Workshop on TR Campus will teach students how to write scholarship essays

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By Aubrie Graham/reporter Millions of dollars in scholarships are available for TCC students each year, but they must apply for them. On Oct.…

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Sing, sing, sing to fight sickness, stress, sadness

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Viewpoint by Kirsten Mahon/nw/multimedia editor If people refuse to sing, they might be subject to a weaker immune system, higher levels of stress…

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Volunteers planning to spruce up riverbank with Project Daffodil

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor Students have a chance to plant part of Fort Worth yellow with TR Campus’ Project Daffodil Nov.…

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TV is the new movie: What happened, Hollywood?

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Viewpoint by Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief The movie-going experience used to be the ultimate in entertainment with the best actors and actresses,…

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South Campus seminar will discuss pros, cons of owning own business

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By Caroline Manausa/reporter Anyone interested in becoming an entrepreneur is invited to attend Is Owning Your Own Business For You? Toni…

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SE offers Halloween food, games

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor Ghosts, goblins and witches will be seen wandering around SE Campus Oct. 31 to celebrate Halloween during the…

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Bronies find acceptance, friendships

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor Jonathan Gonzales is a brony — a term typically given to “bros” who have a love for My Little…

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Program accelerates vet graduation

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By Kirsten Mahon/nw/multimedia editor Beginning next spring, student veterans can speed up their ride to graduation in the College Credit for…

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Reporter to speak on Kennedy killing

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By Matt Fulkerson/reporter Gunshots rang out on Nov. 22, 1963, as John F. Kennedy’s motorcade traveled through Dealey Plaza in downtown…

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Passion for pinhole photography sparks class, exhibit on NE

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By Cody Daniels/reporter Student photographer Aaron Hutchinson has taken photography at TCC to a more classic level and is teaching anyone…

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NE Fall Fest celebration brings recruiters, prizes

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By Adrian Beltran/reporter Students can say goodbye to summer and welcome the new season at Fall Fest Oct. 30 on NE Campus. Fall Fest is when…

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Poetry Jam sparks creativity on NE

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By Caroline Manausa/reporter Creative students wanted. Must love pizza and poetry. The 2013 NE Fall Poetry Jam will be 12:30-2 p.m. Oct. 29 in…

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South summit aims to inspire student success

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By Heather Horton/reporter Students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in the Scholastic Summit for Student Success Nov. 1-2 in the…

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Company hired to deal with NE rodent problem

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By Ben Heath/reporter Few things can ruin someone’s day more than getting sprayed by a skunk. To avoid this nightmare on NE Campus,…

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South, SE libraries participate in novel writing competition

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By Elaine Bonilla and Heather Horton/se news editor and reporter Students on SE and South campuses are celebrating National Novel Writing Month…

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Game Review-Grand Theft Auto V

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief With three individual protagonists to play, a massive open-world filled with missions and side missions to keep…

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SE speaker gives students methods to decrease stress

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By Yesenia Santillan/reporter Resistance causes stress, a SE counselor told NE students Oct. 16. In Stress Relief Using Emotional…

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Names & Events

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Now-Oct. 31 South Campus is offering early academic advising for the month of October. Academic advisors are available 8 a.m.–7 p.m.…

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Students can apply to win NW awards

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By Kirsten Mahon/nw/multimedia editor NW students who’ve worked hard to maintain good academic standing have until Nov. 4 to apply for the…

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Vaccine, healthy habits help prevent flu

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor As if midterm stress wasn’t enough, students also need to brave themselves for flu season. Because of the…

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