February 27, 2008

Youth voters-Presidential choice falling into the hands of future leaders

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor Two voter demographics that have been inconsequential in recent presidential primary elections are young…

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Where they stand-TCC students reveal choices, concerns for elections

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By Chris Webb/nw news editor ANDREW HILL “I’m obsessed,” Andrew Hill, a South Campus student, said, referring to the upcoming presidential…

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Movie Review-Ed Wood

Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Ed Wood (4.5 stars) Ed Wood is the misfit child of Tim Burton’s films. The 1994 movie…

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Wanted: Cures for indulgences

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Viewpoint by Mark Bauer/editor-in-chief Americans—especially Texan Americans—have trouble doing anything in moderation. It could have…

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The comic book guide to Black History Month

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor First black comic book character with own title: Lobo (1965) First black superhero with own title: Luke…

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Teacher to ease stress of speaking in public

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By Chris Webb/nw news editor As the old saying goes, “The human brain starts working the moment you are born and never stops until you stand up…

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Speaker defies negative body image

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By Angelica Estrada/reporter Have the media ever made you think negatively of your body image, and think that you are too fat or too skinny? A…

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Speakers to propose education for WHM

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By Michelle Terronez/reporter In recognition of Women’s History Month, South Campus will present Want Peace? Educate Women next…

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South shows films honoring women

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By Julissa Treviño/south news editor South Campus will screen its fourth annual film festival in honor of Women’s History Month. Not For…

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Seminar to address self-talk

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By Amy Martin/reporter Students needing help with confidence building will find a boost at a South Campus seminar next week. Women in New Roles…

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Selling oneself in interview important, instructor says

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By Eric Spikes/reporter Students searching for new jobs learned the intricate details needed to piece together a competent interview last…

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SE Campus finds Proof in new play

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By Shalonda Rodgers/reporter Proof by David Auburn is a drama about discovery of self through a notebook. “However, there are some laugh…

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Putin setting stage for continued rule

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Viewpoint by Julissa Treviño/south news editor His good looks and clever speech make him seem like a nice, charming guy. But underneath that…

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Opinion-Prepare now to save lives later

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If a madman walks onto a TCC campus and opens fire, we are prepared. Frank Buchanan, district chief of police, said his campus police have…

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NW to compare elections

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By Crystal Fillmore/reporter With elections on everyone’s mind, NW Campus will present Presidential Election 1968/2008. The seminar is…

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NW Campus heads to Mississippi in play, Biloxi Blues

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By Cory Armstrong/reporter Many students will never get to experience military boot camp, especially during the Second World War. However,…

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AIDS Awareness Day-NW Campus addresses disease with program

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By Martina Treviño/reporter Moving from an intimate conference room to a large classroom and ending in a vast meeting room, the NW Campus…

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NE Girls sheds light on male’s mind

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By Amanda Benavides/reporter Before the honeymoon, before the kids, even before the wedding come cold feet. Some Girls, a play written by…

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Murder directs retiree’s novels

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By Julissa Treviño/south news editor Murder, kidnap and horses. Former South Campus English professor Helen Hogan combines her interests in…

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Marley changes scope of music

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By Sarah McVean/photo editor Having a social force with universal appeal, Bob Marley carried music to another level. “No one in rock and roll…

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Luncheon aids scholarship

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By Julissa Treviño/south news editor A new scholarship program for TCC students will be announced at this year’s South Campus Women’s History…

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Lecturer to focus on different learning styles

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By Julissa Treviño/south news editor A March 4 seminar on South Campus will focus on the non-traditional student. Learning Styles and the…

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I’m going to PUMP you up-NW examines energy issues

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By Cory Armstrong/reporter PART I Energy Price and U.S. Economic Activity Energy has always come at a price. Whether it is oil or natural gas, the…

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Hey, Cuban, quit Kidding around

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By John Garces/sports editor Jason Kidd is coming back to Dallas. Facing growing pressure from a fan base tired of playoff exits, and in the wake…

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Movie Review-Gone Baby Gone

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Gone Baby Gone (4 stars) Gone Baby Gone shows true potential for a promising career behind a…

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Globetrotters create magic with athletic antics

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By Gary Collins/managing editor For more than 80 years, the Harlem Globetrotters have trotted their way across the globe entertaining…

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WINR-Celebrating 30 years-Founder lifts veil from life to create program

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor (Part 1 in a four-part series celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Women in New Roles…

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Efficiency needed for note taking, speaker says

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By Eric Spikes/reporter To get the most out of classes, students probably take notes with their own personal style, but is that note taking…

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Distance learning semester opening

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By Gary Collins/managing editor Students who missed registering for distance learning classes for the fall semester now have a second…

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Movie Review-Diary of the Dead

Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Diary of the Dead (4 stars) George A. Romero is back doing what he does best—zombies. In his newest flick, Diary of the Dead, the…

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Counselor explains relationship issues

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By Michael Linden/reporter “The glue that holds all relationships together, including the relationship between the leader and the led is trust,…

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Clinton initiative to consider world’s social problems

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor The inaugural meeting for Clinton Global Initiative University will tackle social problems from a college…

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Changing legacies toward happiness

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Viewpoint by Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor It is easy to become so self-absorbed with our problems we fail to see the struggles of others in…

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Campus recital to showcase student’s classical talents

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By Chris Webb/nw news editor NW Campus music department presents Samantha Woika’s sophomore recital, Centuries of Song, Tuesday, March…

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Being her own boss enticing to woman

Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

by Lauren Jackson/reporter No longer confined to answering telephones for their male bosses, women are now the bosses. Women-owned businesses are…

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A Pro Who Knows-Dr. Hamed Madani

Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Dr. Hamed Madani, professor of government on SE Campus, talks about voting in primary elections. Q. What is a primary election? A primary…

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