Workshop offers memory aids

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By Devin Rodgers/reporter Most students forget about 60 percent of what they hear an hour later, a counselor said last week. In Maximizing Your…

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Virtual club starts contest

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By Devin Rodgers/reporter TCC’s Virtual Psychology Club is holding an online contest Saturday, April 7, with the winner walking away with…

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Victim’s rights issues move to forefront in bureaucracy

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor (Part one of four-part series on victims’ rights) “ You have the right” is familiar to most anyone…

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Movie Review-+44:When Your Heart Stops Beating

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor +44, containing two out of three former Blink-182 members, rocks onto the airwaves with its debut album When…

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TV reporter aims to ‘make a difference’ in community

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By André Green/se news editor Self-empowerment, respect and community service were among the themes during a Women’s History Month…

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TCC watching for enrolling sex offenders

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor As students begin to register for the upcoming summer term, an official notice recently posted on WebAdvisor…

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Students discuss concerns with NE Campus president

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief From Campus Cruiser to campus security, students shared their thoughts at the President’s Forum last week on NE…

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Speaker details DNA uses

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By Mark Bauer/reporter Television shows such as CSI, Without a Trace, Crossing Jordan and Forensic Files have made the world of forensics a hot…

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South to hold coping session

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South Campus counseling services will present a student seminar, Stress: Coping with Pressures of School, Work and Family, Tuesday, April…

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Seminar to study addiction

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Students can become educated about various aspects of drug addiction tomorrow at Science of Addiction: From Neurobiology to Treatment. Presented…

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Selling stadium, park names adds debate, funds

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By Chris Cates/sports editor In case you hadn’t noticed, advertising plays a big role in professional sports. From company-named stadiums and…

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Proponents argue gambling will help fill Texas coffers

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By Paul Treske/reporter With Texas so close to a variety of casinos outside of state lines, some government officials are pushing to bring them to…

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Positive influences lead to successful life, speaker says

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By André Green/se news editor Understanding and overcoming self-doubt and fear of failure are the keys to becoming successful, a Women’s History…

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NW golfing for war memorial

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By Chris Cates/sports editor Students and faculty who play golf can enjoy the sport while contributing to a good cause at the Annual…

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Nurse to aid in stress reduction

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Students who find they constantly stress out might want to take notice of a presentation on South Campus next month. Laughing Your Way through…

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New theater group combines live action, multi-media

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By Ashley Cole/reporter A Fort Worth company is changing the face of theater through multi-media. The Butterfly Connection, a multi-arts…

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New opera to reveal Greek tale

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By Tina Anders/reporter Greek mythology takes center stage with Prometheus, the new opera by Edwardo Perez, NE Campus assistant professor of…

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NE places in College Bowl

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor The 2006 College Bowl regional tournament was deemed a success for both the NE and NW campuses. Competing in…

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Leibovitz uses camera lens for different view of celebrity

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter Annie Leibovitz’s photographs are legendary—presenting a more personal persona to celebrities who appear…

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Learning about the first ladies

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor Behind every great man is a great woman even when that man happens to be president, and residents of the White…

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HBO losing viewer confidence

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HBO has successfully created some of the most engrossing series on television, but to the utter dismay of millions of viewers, many of these shows…

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Grassroots revolution: African wants to borrow U.S. principles for homeland

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By André Green/se news editor Affectionately known as “The African teacher,” one SE government professor has slightly altered his lessons…

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Financial aid offices turning to electronic process for fall

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By Gary Collins/reporter TCC students will need to be computer savvy because the financial aid office will go electronic beginning…

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Faculty display works

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By Kendra Decker/reporter Students will have the opportunity to see what their teachers do in their free time in the South Campus Carillon…

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Experts debate authenticity of Jesus’ bones discovery

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By André Green/se news editor The world’s three dominant religions—Christianity, Judaism and Islam—have many similarities, and one…

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Editors win top honors, recognition at state conference

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter Members of The Collegian won distinguished awards at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convention March…

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Diet to save world from gases

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Attention dieters: along with counting points, carbs, calories or fat grams to save your waistline, you can now…

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Designs of the times-Balenciaga exhibit displays 70 one-of-a-kind pieces

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By Ashley Cole /reporter The Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University presents Balenciaga and His Legacy: Haute Couture from the Texas…

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C-Span bus visits SE for campaign

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By André Green/se news editor With less than 10 months until the primaries and more than 20 months to the presidential election, voters will…

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Caution: e-mailing hazardous to jobs

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Viewpoint by Charity Montieth/managing editor Are you planning on forwarding that e-mail you got—you know, the really funny, but highly insulting…

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Apologies correct mistakes, wrongs

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By Andre Green/se news editor One boring summer night 17 years ago, a friend, my brother and I decided to take a BB gun and wreak havoc in the…

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