October 16, 2013

NE seminar focuses on resolving conflict

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By Dylan Bradley/reporter How something is said allows anything to be said, said NE student support coordinator. Kateeka Harris, coordinator of…

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5-year celebration highlights TR’s impact on students, area

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By Terrance Gilbert/reporter TR Campus’ weeklong five-year anniversary celebration ended Oct. 11 with a community conversation about its history…

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Dallas comes to Fort Worth

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By Kenney Kost and Anderson Colemon/editor-in-chief and tr news editor The famous Ewing family is coming to TR Campus. Producers of…

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Chancellor Hadley puts some goals back into yearly plan

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief TCC’s board of trustees approved a 3.5 percent raise for Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley, bringing her total…

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Tragedy turns to triumph for districtwide DSS staff member

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By Cody Daniels/reporter Tracy Jordan, TCC coordinator of assistive technology, has taken an unfortunate turn of events and used it to better…

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Team Buckets wins NE’s 3-on-3 trophy

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By Adrian Beltran/reporter Team Buckets defeated the Jordans 30-14 in the final game of the 3-on-3 basketball tournament held on NE Campus…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 17, 18 Volleyball enthusiasts can sign up for a NE indoor tournament on the 16th and/or 17th in the NHPE gym on NE Campus. Games are 2-6 p.m.…

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Table tennis, pool to be held on NW Oct. 17

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By Adrian Beltran/reporter NW Campus will hold pool and pingpong tournaments at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 17 on the WSTU second floor. Each event…

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SE flag football teams compete, score for top spot in tournament

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By Keisha Bruner/reporter Seven teams scored victories in the first round of flag football games on SE Campus Oct. 12. Air Attack defeated…

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Opinion-Politics turn civility to mediocre sport

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People were quick to call the government shutdown childish, but they aren’t acknowledging the part they played in this mess. If our representatives…

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Research recommended for Tweeters, Facebookers

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Viewpoint by Elaine Bonilla/se news editor Everyone uses social media to rant about any and every thing. Now, it seems everyone is talking about…

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Staying sanitary: hand-washing saves lives daily

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Viewpoint by Cody Daniels/reporter Washing one’s hands after using the restroom is more important than most might realize. According to a…

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TR seminar helps ex-cons

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By Terrance Gilbert/reporter Young men were offered a helping hand during the Men of Color Mentoring program’s Oct. 9 seminar for ex-offenders…

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Event celebrates success

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By Victor Henderson/reporter In a room filled with colorful balloons, intricate centerpieces and the smell of Mexican cuisine, TCC celebrated…

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NE SGA discusses dance rooms, evening child care

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By Remy McCool/reporter The NE Student Government Association considered practice rooms, child care and bike racks during a meeting Oct.…

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On-the-go food options examined

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By Rosanna Fernandez/reporter Eating healthy meals can be a challenge for students on the go who hope to make the grade. “When you don’t…

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Guest speaks empowerment

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By Cody Daniels/reporter An education leader, author and public speaker will lecture about well-being and creating the world one wants Oct.…

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Names & Events

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Oct. 16 SE adjunct history instructor Kallie Kosc will speak on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history in celebration of LGBT History Month.…

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Study space opens on TR

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor The TR student government association is trying to make study time more comfortable for students in the…

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Students learn cancer risks

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By Heather Horton/reporter Environment plays an important role in assessing a person’s risk of developing breast cancer, says Dr. Nicole…

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Privileges provided at TCC libraries with TexShare card

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By Dylan bradley/reporter A TexShare library card provides students with borrowing privileges for more than 500 public libraries across the…

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NE celebrates fall with talent show

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By Mason Prince/reporter A NE Campus student club will host its second talent show with a fall twist Oct. 24. Presented by the Union for…

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TCC looks for first dream button

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By Victor Henderson/reporter Each student has a dream, and TCC students can share those dreams artistically. TCC is accepting proposals for…

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TCC students, families invited to trick-or-treat

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By Cody Daniels/reporter TR Campus will encourage Halloween costumes, scary ghost stories and loads and loads of candy as it gets ready to host…

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Victim to speak on NE against domestic violence

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By Remy McCool/reporter A family law mediator and a director of Trauma Support Services of North Texas will address students in Violence Against…

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South to offer sessions on financial education

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By Samantha Sutton/reporter Students can enhance their money management skills by attending a series of free coaching and education sessions…

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NW Campus searching for pumpkin decorators

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By Adrian Beltran/reporter NW Campus Cornerstone Honors Program will hold a pumpkin decorating contest. Voting will run 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct.…

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Carter BloodCare to host next blood drive on SE

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By Meagan Provan/reporter SE students, faculty and staff can help save a life with the Carter BloodCare donation drive next week. The blood…

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Speakers to discuss issues surrounding stereotypes

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By Caroline Manausa/reporter Gender roles are the parts people play out through their behavior and culture or the physiological traits typically…

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Students keep in motion on NW, ready for Mosaic concert Oct. 25

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By Kirsten Mahon/nw news/multimedia editor Mosaic in Motion will feature NW dance students in solo and group performances to modern,…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Music: Oct. 17 South Campus will host a celebration of Hispanic heritage at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall. Oscar Dressler, South professor of…

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A.C.O.D. makes divorce hilarious

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By Kirsten Mahon/multimedia/nw editor Filled with cringe-worthy and stomach-aching laughs, A.C.O.D. deals with divorce without sugarcoating or…

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Free concert features diverse Hispanic set

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By Laurance Traylor/reporter South Campus will host a concert in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17 in the Recital…

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Music Review-Stone Iris Grande National

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief With its second release of 2013, Canadian outfit Stone Iris rides a blues-rock groove interspersed with reggae,…

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Movie Review-Machete Kills

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor Machete Kills, the sequel to Machete, is one of the most ridiculous films ever made, and we should all be…

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