March 5, 2014

Counselor defines ethics, moral principles

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by Brendon James/reporter Ethics is the way people live and the choices they make, a counselor told a NE audience March 6. Zanda Hilger said to…

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NW counselor gives warning signs to dating violence

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By Amanda Gomez/reporter It is important that people know their value and self-worth so they do not have to look for external validation somewhere…

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NW crowns volleyball champ

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Matt Fulkerson/reporter After four days of competition, ATP emerged as the champions of the NW Campus volleyball tournament March 3. In the…

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Resolving conflict discussed in NE workshop

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By Kyle Huff/reporter Society is full of conflict, and more than 55 percent of all conflict starts without ever saying a word, the NE student…

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Fast-track cohort will start on TR

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor TR Campus will be home to a new weekend college that lets students take two eight-week classes at a time to…

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Venezuelan protests affect student

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor When South student Maria Artiles logs into Facebook, she is bombarded by images of her homeland’s…

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South Campus breaks ground on new Energy Tech Center

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By Remy McCool/south news editor Icy weather didn’t stop the groundbreaking ceremony for the Energy Technology Center on South Campus March…

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Internships shouldn’t backfire on interns

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Take a look at the list of accomplishments college students want to make before graduating, and it’s guaranteed obtaining an internship is on…

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The ‘friend zone’ myth should be stopped quickly

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor All too often, I find myself on Facebook, marveling at the gall of some guys and their obsession with the “friend…

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Miley Cyrus sets bad example for young girls

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By Maggie Guth/reporter When Miley Cyrus was on the Disney Channel as Hannah Montana, she was a great influence on children. Recently, though, she…

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No travel plans are no problem this break

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor Spring break is just a few days away, and while some have the privilege of traveling to the coast, many TCC…

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Experts offer transfer essentials

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By Chelsi DeVaul and Heather Horton Students have many things to consider when deciding to transfer to a four-year school. Terrell Shaw,…

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TR science club focuses on nature

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By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor The Trinity River Natural Sciences Club is one of the newest organizations on TR Campus, but it is already…

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Charities benefit in TR day of service

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor Students, TR Campus staff and the general public can help improve their community March 22 during the TR Day of…

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SE veterans can network, get support during weekly breakfast

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor To recognize campus veterans, SE Campus student activities and the Student Veterans Association are…

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SE Campus celebrates African-American culture

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor Jazz music filled the North Ballroom and soul food enticed guests as black culture was celebrated for the annual…

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Crusader tells NE about ‘nappy’ hair

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By Brendon James/reporter The last Black History Month event of the semester held on NE was very nappy — as in nappy hair. Nappy is a type…

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South students learn time management

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By Luis Salinas/reporter Tick-tock, tick-tock — that is the time passing right before one’s eyes, South Campus psychology students said Feb.…

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SE panel will take Lasso of Truth to media

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By Ashley Wood/reporter Superheroes are staple icons. Every child wants to be them, and every adult can still recall his/her favorite. With…

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Success coaches will assist newcomers through their first semester

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By Kenney Kost/reporter In an effort to help retain first-time-in-college students, TCC has hired 14 success coaches to help these students…

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Speech covers pragmatic uses of social media sites

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By Alyson Lusky/reporter The seven major habits of a social media user, specifically those of a college student, can be a main concern of both…

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NW peer-to-peer tutoring program gains popularity

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor NW students who find it too intimidating to ask an adult for help with their homework now have another…

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Club on South Campus applies metaphysics to mortal plane

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By Remy McCool/south news editor PhilosoPhenomena, an organization created by South Campus student Daniel Jones, explores the ideas surrounding…

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Side Effects May Vary author will hold book signing, Q&A session

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By Remy McCool/south news editor Diagnosed with leukemia at 16 years old, Alice decides to get back at anyone who has done her wrong. This is…

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Olympic athlete subject of civil rights documentary

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By Jamil Oakford/reporter Two U.S. athletes achieved the opportunity many dream of: medaling in track and field’s 200 meters in the…

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Women’s History Month Calendar

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Now-March 21 As part of the Everyday Superheroines exhibit, portraits of 40 women will be displayed in SE Campus’ Art Corridor. For more…

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Names & Events

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Now-March 29 Students can receive application assistance for the Affordable Care Act 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays until March 19 and 11:30…

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movie review-Destined for meltdown, Pompeii inevitably blows

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By Heather Horton/entertainment editor The only decent feature in Pompeii is Kit Harrington’s chiseled abs, which are more than likely…

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movie review-Action film suffers from bad writing, weak subplot

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By Denise Tristan/reporter The action film 3 Days to Kill was sloppy due to its inability to connect the dramatic action scenes with the…

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Artists’ animation, short film will be displayed on South Campus

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By Remy McCool/south news editor The works of artists Pamela Sunstrum and Kim Anno will be on display March 6-April 3 in the Joe B. Rushing…

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Entertainment Calendar

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March 6 The exhibit of works of by former NE photography instructor René West closes in SE Campus’ Art Corridor II. René West: rePresentation…

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March madness tips off on SE Campus with 5 games

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor March Madness began March 1 on SE Campus with the 5-on-5 basketball tournament. Murderfield Mafia upset…

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South Campus opens basketball season

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By Manu Pacheco/reporter South Campus intramural basketball fired off last week with its first games of the league Feb. 25. The Buckets topped…

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Sports Calendar

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March 5 NE Campus will hold a badminton tournament 1-3 p.m. in the gym. No registration is required to participate. For more information about the…

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WLM wins intramural NE Campus championship

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor The NE Campus’ 5-on-5 basketball season ended Feb. 28 with WLM walking away as the campus champions. The…

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Exhibit shows artistic side of games

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor GameDev, the latest exhibition in the Lakeview Gallery on NW Campus, features four DFW area artists and…

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