Today’s technology is lagging behind the times

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By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor We are closer to being the Jetsons than ever before. Technology has come a long way since phonographs,…

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Decades-old interracial marriage case still relevant

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By Jamil Oakford/reporter Richard Loving married the woman he loved and wanted them to live in their hometown. Instead, he was faced with the…

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South construction group wins second place in contest

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By Remy McCool/south news editor South Campus’ Association of Construction Management organization took home second place in the…

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Speaker discusses eating disorders

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Millions of men and women suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives, the advocacy coordinator of…

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Enrollment shows minimal increase

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor District enrollment increased .5 percent from spring 2013, continuing a trend of slowly increasing…

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TCC forming teams for student safety

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor Each campus has a Consultation, Assessment, Resources and Education, or CARE, team dedicated to providing…

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Student organization to host children’s party

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By Jamil Oakford/reporter Patients in Cook Children’s Hospital will get a festive visit from some familiar TCC faces once again. NE’s…

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Seminar will discuss pros, cons of social media craze

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By Alyson Luskey/reporter NE students can attend a social media seminar Feb. 25. Alma Martinez--Egger, TCC’s employee online learning…

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Supplemental instructors can aid students at TCC

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor One of the things NE student Haley Kish likes most about her job as a supplemental instructor is the…

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Black History Month Calendar

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Feb. 19 Special guests will perform tributes to artists like Lauren Hill, The Temptations, Michael Jackson, Mahalia Jackson and others noon-2 p.m. in…

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Names & Events

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Now-March 3 Tickets will be available for the Women’s History Month Luncheon 12:30-1:45 p.m. March 6 in the SSTU Living Room on South Campus. The…

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NE club hopes to educate members

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By Denise Tristan/reporter NE Campus’ Student Environmental Awareness club is making a comeback with a new name: Earth Advocate. The four…

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Mardi Gras-themed Shrew to open on NE Campus

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor The NE drama program will offer Shakespeare with a twist this semester. The Taming of the Shrew, running…

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Robocop remake abandons much of original for darker approach

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor Robocop isn’t a terrible movie. While that may not sound like a winning endorsement, the remake actually…

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TCC alumna has artwork displayed on SE Campus

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor The works of art by a former TCC student and instructor are currently displayed in SE Campus’ Art Corridor II…

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South students gear up for start of intramurals

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By Manu Pacheco/reporter Not even the cold freezing rain that swept DFW recently could push back the long-awaited opening session of South…

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NE teams play to win in round 2

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor The basketball tournament on NE pressed on with three hard-fought games Feb. 14. Unknown defeated WLM,…

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Sports Calendar

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Feb. 19 NW Campus will hold a pingpong tournament in the gym. Registration starts at 12:45 p.m. the day of the competition, and play starts at 1 p.m.…

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Michael Kors style trend spreading on TR Campus

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor TR student Brianna Morgan is one of the many students who have fallen for Michael Kors. Morgan bought her…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Feb. 28 TR Campus is sponsoring a mixed-media art exhibition in the East Fork Gallery. Turn of the Sentry by El Paso artist Angel Cabrales is an…

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Civil rights figure to visit TR Campus

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor The year was 1968, and Tommie Smith and John Carlos had just won the gold and bronze Olympic medals in…

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Laptop use can distract more than user

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By Ben Heath/reporter Laptops have replaced pen and paper for many students taking notes, but research shows that using technology during a…

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NE swings with Mardi Gras parade

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor A Mardi Gras parade promoting the NE Campus production of The Taming of the Shrew will start at 10 a.m. in…

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Congress needs to raise minimum wage

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The minimum wage was designed to ensure that a single person can support a family, and the current minimum wage fails that test. An employee…

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Trayvon Martin’s killer needs to get off the stage

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor Originally, I intended to write my column about the absurdity of a certain boxing match involving a killer and a…

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