Sony outduels Microsoft by catering to gamers

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Viewpoint by Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief Sony and Microsoft step into the squared circle this month with the release of the next generation of…

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Student orchestra will present jazz concert on NE Campus

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By Aubrie Graham/reporter Students can come jazz it up at the NE Jazz Lab concert Nov. 21. The Jazz Lab, which is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in…

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Eliminating social pressures can benefit health

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Viewpoint by Cody Daniels/reporter Eliminating stressful social pressures from one’s life is extremely important because too much daily stress…

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NW students to sing in opera workshop

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By Natalie Phetsamone/reporter The NW Campus music program will present a second NW Opera Workshop at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 in WSTU 1303. During the…

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NE hears eyewitness account

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By Jesse Lopez/reporter A former Dallas Morning News investigative reporter shared his experiences during the Kennedy assassination Nov. 4 on…

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Students can learn tips about various financial topics on NE

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By Adrian Beltran/reporter  Student debt, credit scores and financial planning are some of the major topics planned for a Nov. 19 seminar on NE…

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Music-lovers’ club will host Saint-Saens’ Animals on NE

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By Rosanna Fernandez/reporter The musical sounds of The Carnival of the Animals can be heard at 10 a.m. Nov. 21 in NE Campus’ College…

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WINR organizer leaves lasting legacy

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By Heather Horton/south news editor A scholarship fund has been established to honor the founder of Women in New Roles who died Oct.…

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TR hosts JFK author for book discussion

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By Remy McCool/reporter With the 50-year anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination approaching, TR Campus will host a book talk…

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NE show explores culture, music eras

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By Finesse Love/reporter Music Through the Centuries will showcase multiple eras of music and show the history, growth and evolution of…

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Research skills mean scholarships

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By Heather Horton/south news editor Scholarships will be awarded to the top South student exhibits by SE’s liberal arts dean Nov.…

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Speaker talks native tribe issues

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By Natalie Phetsamone/reporter As part of Nataive American Heritage Month, a Native American leader will present Tribal Nations Today:…

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Seminar discusses college applications

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By Remy McCool/reporter Building an academic resume is essential to a student’s success, a NE English instructor told students Nov. 6. During…

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Native American Heritage Month

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Nov. 13 NE students can explore the Native American process of learning and transmitting knowledge in Native Education and Community, The First…

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NE students take top 5 spots in NetRiders

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief Five NE Campus students advanced to the second round of the Cisco Networking Academy NetRiders competition taking…

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Speaker discusses ups, downs of small business ownership

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By Caroline Manausa/reporter Passion and failure are elemental for success in business, a guest speaker told South students Nov. 6. Toni…

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Chinese school, TCC form partnership

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief A delegation from China’s Guiyang Vocational and Technical College took the next step in opening a study…

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Student to perform recital on South

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By Laurance Traylor/reporter An international student on South Campus will perform a solo piano recital Nov. 19. Originally from Puebla,…

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SE to hold swimming competition

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By Elaine Bonilla/reporter Students can find out who the best swimmer is by taking part in an indoor swimming competition Nov. 22 on SE…

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SE student panel demystifies college success

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By Mathew Shaw/reporter Five SE students and an alumnus were honored at a dinner and reception Nov. 7. As part of the Emerging Scholars:…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Music: Nov. 14 The NW music department will present a faculty recital 7-8 p.m. in WFAB 1105. The concert will feature the talents of soprano…

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Developmental courses will evolve

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By Anderson Colemon/tr news editor Changes will be made to developmental courses on all campuses starting this spring. Math will change…

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Museum director offers degree advice

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By Mathew Shaw/reporter SE students interested in careers in art history received advice from a museum director Nov. 1. Brian Lee Whisenhunt,…

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Columnist urges students to vote

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By Mathew Shaw/reporter A newspaper columnist gave a commentary on Texas politics and elections to several dozen SE students Nov.…

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Sports Calendar

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Now-Dec. 6 The NW gym will hold a NWellness Fall 2013 Fitness Challenge for faculty and staff. The theme is Fitnopoly. Each visit to the gym is…

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Names & Events

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Now-Dec. 13 NW Campus is offering a nontraditional student support group, free preparation for the TSI exam and free essay-writing preparation in the…

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Large cancer study recruits volunteers

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor More than 400 volunteers joined the American Cancer Society’s cancer prevention study during its recruitment…

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Gobble Wobble will benefit TCC

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor Runners and walkers can get their wobble on as South Campus hosts its annual Gobble Wobble Nov. 16. The 5K race…

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JFK-inspired events mark 50th anniversary of death

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By Heather Horton/south news editor In remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, South Campus…

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Photo exhibit on NE Campus depicts Europe

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By Erin Ratigan/reporter Visitors to NE Campus can view scenes from Spain, Italy, Croatia and Slovenia in College Hall (NCAB 1111). Point…

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Club offers help to student-parents

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By Raquel Diaz/reporter Many parents were searching for the answer to the question “Are your kids driving you crazy?” when they attended the…

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“Ninjas” win tournament

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By Matthew Berger/reporter After weeks of tournament play, the SE flag football championship game Nov. 8 ended in a blowout as Tad Do made…

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Courses to use same textbook districtwide

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor By 2016, all courses will transition to using a common textbook districtwide, starting with all core…

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SACS to visit TCC for reaccreditation

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief Students may be asked to discuss the finer points of critical thinking and the district’s quality enhancement…

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Students rarely evaluate their courses, instructors say

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By Dylan Bradley/reporter Once a semester, students turn the tables on their instructors and evaluate their classes. Students can complete…

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Law misuses hang women out to dry

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Women in several states have been arrested and tried for manslaughter, assault with a deadly weapon or child abuse – all because they had…

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MadWoman talk planned on NW

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By Victor Henderson/nw news editor Two art professors plan to bring a reality-based version of Mad Men to NW Campus. On Nov. 22, The Arts…

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Mental health issues, informed treatment focus of SE seminar

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By Matthew Berger/reporter Mental health problems are not to be taken lightly, a guest speaker told SE Campus students Nov. 7. “Mental health…

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SE play Almost, Maine tells surreal love stories

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor The SE Campus drama program presents its final fall production Almost, Maine, written by John Cariani. The…

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