February 14, 2007

Character looks to voice opinion in South African play

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By Katie B. Martinez/reporter A young woman is finding her voice through her performance in an off-campus production of a popular South…

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Movie Review-Smokin’ Aces

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By Devin Rogers/reporter Smokin’ Aces is a fun ride but ultimately flawed action-thriller from director Joe Carnahan. Carnahan directed…

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Breakfast important as morning starter

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Viewpoint by Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor Who has time to think about breakfast in the morning? Whether people are single or married,…

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Duo conjure up detectives

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By Martina Treviño/nw news editor Holmes and Watson flew across the pond to visit the colonies last week. Well, Stewart Quinton Holmes and…

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CD Review-TV on the Radio: Return to Cookie Mountain

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor Avant-garde rock band TV on the Radio keeps it real by keeping it weird on its new album Return to Cookie…

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CD Review-Elan: Together as One

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor Elan, former lead singer for the Wailers, has released Together as One, his debut solo album. After singing…

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Wooten: Society creating image woes

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By Jennifer Taylor/reporter Even models are unhappy with their bodies and unhealthy as well, a SE Campus teacher said during a seminar last…

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Opinion-Who gives order, Perry or docs?

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Gov. Rick Perry virtually took on the roles of parent and physician to more than three million Texas girls when he issued an executive order…

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Advisor provides test preparation tips

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By John Garces/reporter Managing anxiety, preparing mentally and physically and devising different test-taking strategies are keys to success on…

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Volunteers to offer HOPE to children

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By André Green/se news editor Every child could use a little help and hope sometimes, and TCCD students and faculty have the opportunity to offer…

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Advice given on timing roles

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With busy schedules and numerous obligations, students need to find a balance in their lives, a health services coordinator said recently. Flo…

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Valentine’s good for the heart

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief I love Valentine’s Day—red candy, red cards, red roses, red teddy bears and white cupcakes with red…

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Underground railroad featured

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Pathway to Freedom, a traveling history exhibit, continues its tour of the district. The traveling exhibit, sponsored by the International…

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Students to meet lawmakers

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor Ten TCC students will experience democracy in action with a rare opportunity to meet with state legislators at…

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Students receive two opportunities for Salzburg study

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By Martina Treviño/nw news editor TCC will offer students two opportunities in 2007 to participate in a European international study…

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Diners give standing Ovation for area soulful restaurant

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief In the past when I got a hankering for breaded, fried pork chops smothered with massive amounts of gravy, I…

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South student’s love of horses leads to Wings of Hope

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Owning a horse is not always a possibility for city girls. So when one South Campus equine lover found a…

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Boston overreacts to ‘alien’ invasion

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Viewpoint by David Boyd/reporter In the aftermath of Sept. 11, America has found a government full of hyper vigilance with orange alerts, metal…

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Postcards represent deepest secrets

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor No one could predict the magnitude of what a few anonymous postcards could do, until now. Frank Warren,…

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Parents influence success of noted film actor

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By Jay Yaws/reporter They call him Mr. Tibbs. Born prematurely Feb. 20, 1927, while his mother was en route from the Bahamas to Miami, Sidney…

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SE Campus planning traditional activities for Chinese New Year

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It is the year of the boar. And SE Campus student activities would like students and faculty to celebrate the Chinese New Year in the ESED North…

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Family counselor to offer SE Campus relationship advice

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Students can learn about relationship issues next week on SE Campus. Erin Snell, counselor for the Family Matters Program, will present Managing…

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Coaching decision leaves questions, no answers

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By Chris Cates/sports editor The Dallas Cowboys have done it again. No, not disappoint fans with another season below expectations. They have fooled…

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Mardi Gras activities with Beads in Bistro

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Since most students cannot travel to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, Mardi Gras is coming to them. SE Campus student activities will host Beads in the…

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Professor to present admission restrictions for nursing program

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A South Campus professor will help NW Campus students understand the admissions process for the TCC nursing program next week. Jo Nell Mitchell,…

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Museum, hall of fame honor cowgirls’ contributions

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor (Third in a five-part series on Fort Worth’s Western heritage.) Cowgirls have many faces, ages,…

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Forum reveals justice system flaws

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor Minorities find it more difficult to enter into the criminal justice system, thus, creating emotional…

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Flu shots available on some campuses

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor If you have a sore throat, fever, cough and body aches, odds are that you’ve come down with the nasty virus…

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Movie Review-Flags of Our Fathers

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter Clint Eastwood’s Flags of Our Fathers was critically acclaimed, but ultimately failed at the box office. Maybe…

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