Piracy major reason for declining CD sales

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By David Jackson/reporter Hip-Hop music has faced a decline in sales recently with only two albums going platinum (T.I.’s King and Gnarls…

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Patient care benefits from malpractice caps

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By Katie B. Martinez/reporter Medical lawsuit caps are necessary to ensure patients receive the quality care they need when they need it. In 2006…

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NW sponsors historical dances

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NW Campus closed out Black History Month on an upbeat, with the presentation of African-Americans and Dance—A Historical Narrative.  The Feb.…

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North Texas Irish Festival

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The green turned silver as the North Texas Irish Festival celebrated its 25th anniversary recently. The NTIF is one of the largest festivals in…

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New drink arrives to serve health-conscious students

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By Gary Collins/reporter Noticed anything odd in the bookstore lately … something new and organic? Now for sale in the Bookstore and…

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New bowl to keep tradition, provide class site

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By Chris Cates/sports editor The Cotton Bowl has a new home----—a home which, itself, doesn’t yet exist. The traditional game will move to…

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Music of Depression eased strife, brought awareness of era, speakers say

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By Kristina Ayr/reporter No matter what is happening in the world, people turn to music as was evidenced in the 1930s, two NE Campus teachers…

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Malpractice caps aiding insurance companies

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Viewpoint by Isaiah Smith/reporter Texas lawmakers promised doctors lower insurance rates in 2003 when reforms in House Bill 4 placed a $250,000…

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Historic women inventors

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1859: Martha Coston used the technology of fireworks to invent maritime signal flares that would aid the North in winning the Civil War. Coston,…

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Graduates lost for career fields-Students completing degrees with no direction

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By Rebecca Rumzek/reporter Throughout college, students are often asked what they plan to do with their major. The truth is that most grads have…

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Ford redirects own adversities to help others overcome theirs

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor Many recognize the name Betty Ford, of the Betty Ford Center, a substance abuse rehabilitation facility…

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Finance focus of symposium

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TCC’s Sixth Annual Women’s Symposium Global Dialogues: Building Sisterhood will feature speakers, networking, exhibits and…

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Opinion-Embrace education for future

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The United States is a country of opportunities especially in education for American and foreign students. Financial aid and scholarships are…

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Celebrity gawking comes at a price

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Viewpoint by Katie B. Martinez/reporter What in God’s name has happened to Britney Spears? Just when we thought we had seen it all, the pop icon…

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Campus displaying graphic designs of faculty, area artists

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By André Green/se news editor By Design, a professional’s presentation on SE Campus, showcases graphic design work from local businesses…

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Calzada to advise on managing time

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Time can be a person’s most precious commodity. Students who juggle classes, jobs and family obligations can sometimes find themselves overwhelmed,…

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Caffeine sneaking into lifestyle

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Get your calculators out. March is National Caffeine Awareness Month, and it’s time for a check-up. Let’s see,…

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Business women explored in films

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor To Our Credit, the second offering of the South Campus Women’s History Month Film Festival, reveals the…

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Movie Review-Bridge to Terabithia

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter I read Bridge to Terabithia in grade school, and naturally that great, controversial novel stayed lodged in my…

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Velocity dances on South

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The Velocity Dancers will perform Wednesday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m. in SREC 1110. Velocity is the resident dance company of TCC South…

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CD Review-Ruthie Foster:The Phenomenal Ruthie Foster

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor Texas native Ruthie Foster shows her soulful side on The Phenomenal Ruthie Foster, her fifth studio…

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Teams should work to prevent injuries

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Viewpoint by Chris Cates/sports editor Serious injuries in sports are becoming more common. Not only are athletes missing years of their playing…

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TCC student helping revitalize areas

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor Undecided about which direction to take his studies, Nathan Hulcy attended TCC for only one…

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Students join for annual run

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For each of the last eight years, NW Campus students have participated in the Cowtown Marathon under the direction of instructor Keith…

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Students air concerns with administration

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By André Green/se news editor The Bookstore topped the list of concerns when SE Campus students met with faculty and administrators during two…

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Sports in progress on TCC campuses

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Campus sports are in full swing at TCC. South Campus will feature coed volleyball and coed softball in the coming weeks, with the rosters due…

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South to select best student poetry

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In Poetry Slam and Jazz Jam, South Campus students will share their poetry and compete for prizes while enjoying music. The event is 6-8 p.m.…

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South plans to show Inconvenient Truth

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Interested students will have a chance to view the Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth. South Campus will have a viewing Wednesday,…

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SE to offer techniques for job search

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Students looking for a job either now or after graduation can attend Job Search Methods/Time Management today on SE Campus. The seminar, 4-5…

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SE president uses her role models to mentor students

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By Becca Parker/reporter Dressed in a golden gown with a big golden bracelet and spiral curls cascading from her pigtails, Dr. Judith Carrier…

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Scholarships available on campuses

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By Steven Long/reporter Students learned ways to get through college without paying an arm and a leg at Free Money—Applying For…

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Poet to enhance student skills

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An award-winning poet will visit NE Campus this month for Living Literature. Martin Espada has written several collections of poetry,…

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