The blues are back in town

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By Chris Webb/nw news editor (Part two in a four-part series on the rebirth of blues.) Dallas and the blues go way back, but when Dallas fell…

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Proper attitude will improve grades, counselor reports

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By Josh Ewen/reporter The proper attitude with study will lead to improved information recollection recall, the South Campus counseling director…

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Poet laureate reads work at TCC

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By Rylie Parkins/ne news editor Texas Poet Laureate Larry Thomas will visit TCC campuses next week. He will recite his poetry on SE Campus,…

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Parking modified for construction at MOC

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By Gary Collins/managing editor Because of construction in downtown Fort Worth near the May Owen Center, TCC has been forced to rearrange the…

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NW actors to get close in Real Queen

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By Judah Bucy/reporter A mixture of comedy and drama brings the world of beauty pageants to NW Campus next week when the theater department…

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Nurse says laughter will alleviate stress

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By Brianna Russell/reporter A group of women who take part in the Women in New Roles class found an opportunity April 2 to learn how to laugh their…

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New look for old Lincoln

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By Gary Collins/managing editor This latest celebrity makeover you won’t see on TMZ, Access Hollywood or ET. Longtime $5 bill frontman Abe…

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SE forums provide insight into student campus concerns

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By Briana Russell and Huma Syed/reporters Morning and evening sessions of the SE Campus student forum produced many questions, from the cost of…

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NE to recognize student achievements

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By Gary Collins/managing editor NE Campus will have its annual Awards and Recognition Ceremony at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, in the NSTU Center…

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NE police increasing security following graffiti message

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By Mark Bauer/editor-in-chief NE Campus police have increased security for Saturday, April 19, as a precautionary measure in response to a threat…

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NE Campus dances jazz, ballet

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By Rylie Parkins/ne news editor NE Campus Dance team will perform Dance A-Live, April 20, 8 p.m. in NE Campus Playhouse. The event is a…

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NE ambassadors to recognize veterans at award banquet

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By Gary Collins/managing editor The NE Student Ambassadors want you! The Ambassadors are extending an invitation to all students, staff or…

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Musical Nunsense runs amok in SE’s Roberson Theatre

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By Mark Bauer/editor-in-chief Trying to stifle her laughter so as not to affect the other actresses on stage, Heather Trietley, who plays…

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Meet to promote women’s excellence

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By Julissa Treviño/south news editor This year’s Conference for Aspiring Women, co-sponsored by South Campus continuing education services and…

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Lessons come in unusual places

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By Mark Bauer/editor-in-chief Some friends and I recently found ourselves out of town and ready to check out the city’s offerings. The girls we…

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Opinion-Kosovo reminiscent of Serbia

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Kosovo’s recent declaration of independence could spell doom for America’s current relations with Russia. Kosovo, a U.N. protectorate since…

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Movie Review-I am Legend

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor I am Legend (3.5 stars) Will Smith’s latest sliver screen endeavor, I am Legend, is now on…

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Zumba-NE to introduce new Latin dance

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By Rylie Parkins/ne news editor The Organization of Latin American Students will offer Zumba dance lessons on NE Campus, April 23, 12:30-1:30 p.m.…

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Greeks offer networking, friendships for college students

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By Mark Bauer/editor-in-chief When community college students transfer to a four-year university, they are presented with the opportunity to join…

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Movie Review-Brick

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Brick (4.5 stars) High school film noirs are nothing new, but the way Brick executes the noir…

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Dramatic excursion opening new door

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Viewpoint by Montreal Spencer/reporter After roughly 20 years of aimlessly creeping the earth as a confused young soul, I may have finally found my…

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Writer reveals fight with self-mutilation

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By Keisha McDuffie/reporter As a child she strived for academic success, as a teen she yearned to stand out, as an adult she excelled in her…

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Dolls Dolls Dolls-Getting all dolled up for adventure

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but some little girls may beg to differ. Since…

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Writer perfected skills as journalist to become author

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By Shalonda Rodgers/reporter She was a high school English teacher but could not keep her job because she moved around a lot. Author Susan…

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Victim turns tables on attacker in South play, Extremities

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By Julissa Treviño/south news editor In between rehearsing scenes, the four cast members laugh and joke like real friends, but probably not…

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Dishonesty plaguing academic standards

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By Mark Bauer/editor-in-chief Cheating is everywhere. It has infiltrated marriages, school playgrounds and professional sports. Even a television…

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Use common sense when getting a tan

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Viewpoint by Rylie Parkins/ne news editor I have always been a firm believer in the “everything in moderation” mentality. I have witnessed…

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Digital broadcasting imminent for U.S. television next year

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By Chris Webb/nw news editor Broadcast television is going digital. As a result of a Congressional mandate, all over-the-air television…

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CD Review-Panic at the Disco: Pretty. Odd

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Panic at the Disco Pretty. Odd (4 stars) Panic at the Disco dropped the childish exclamation point from…

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Traffic offenses deserve ticketing, campus police say

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By Hoda Hassan/reporter Lie or cry … You’re getting a traffic ticket. For some students coming to class on time is not an easy task. Beating…

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Dallas teams keep choking in playoffs

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By John Garces/sports editor With the Dallas Stars currently beginning their first-round playoff series against the Anaheim Ducks, and the Mavericks…

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Book Review-National Lampoon: Balls!

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By Eric Spikes/reporter If Teddy Roosevelt were alive today, he’d undoubtedly insist that fans of Steve Hofstetter’s book Balls! form a…

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TCC campuses—the game’s afoot, classes kaput

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By John Garces/sports editor The game room at most colleges is supposed to be a place where students go to unwind and relax after class or a…

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Cue masters stick it out in campus competition

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By John Garces/sports editor Brandon Bachemin, Sermin Omerovic and Christian Acosta won the NE Campus student-staff pool tournament April 4…

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Student delegate voices opinion

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By John Garces/sports editor Chaos and confusion reigned when the Tarrant County Democratic Party held its district convention on SE Campus…

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Book Review-Comes the Darkness, Comes the Light

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By Keisha McDuffie/reporter If you passed Vanessa Vega in the supermarket or if you were one of her students, on the outside she appeared together…

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Collegian, staff win awards, scholarships

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By Chris Webb/nw news editor The Collegian staff won 20 awards in a journalism competition at the annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Association in…

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Stars of Tomorrow Program offering money to freshmen

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By Gary Collins/managing editor Beginning this fall, Tarrant County College will offer eligible incoming freshmen up to $4,000 in scholarships…

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Movie Review-Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (4 stars) Amy Adams’ performance in Miss Pettigrew Lives for a…

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Speaker explains process for understanding elections

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By Eric Bergman and Huma Syed/reporters Fair Representation: The Mathematics of Apportionment gave SE students a background and understanding for…

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CD Review-She & Him: Volume One

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor She & Him Volume One (4 stars) She & Him’s debut, Volume One, is a simple but catchy…

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Short stays for pay-Retail jobs afford opportunity for support of college students

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By Rylie Parkins/ne news editor (Part three in a four-part series on the turnover in jobs frequently held by students.) Retail jobs may…

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South career coordinator to present basic job interviewing techniques

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By Eric Bergman With many students graduating this semester and over the summer, they become increasingly eager to find their niche and begin…

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CD Review-Enrique Iglesias: Insomniac

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Enrique Iglesias Insomniac (2.5 stars) Enrique Iglesias doesn’t bring anything new to the table with…

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SE to award prizes for chalk it up artists

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By Angelica Estrada/reporter Chalk it up to SE Campus where sidewalk chalk art is not for kids. Chalk about It will be held Wednesday, April…

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CD Review-The Derailers: Under the Influence of Buck

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor The Derailers Under the Influence of Buck (3 stars) The Derailers tackles 13 Buck Owens tracks for its…

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SE speech students awarded scholarships

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By Huma Syed/reporter Winning participants received scholarship grants in a speech contest April 3 on SE Campus. Students prepared four- to…

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