April 2, 2014

Counselor urges awareness of suicide signs

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By Brendon James/reporter An epidemic plagues youth across the nation, a SE counselor said recently. Michele Faith presented Silent Epidemic of…

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South celebrates women in service during symposium

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By Remy McCool/south news editor Students and community members gathered March 29 for the South Campus Women’s Symposium to honor women…

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Administrators, students grapple with e-cigarettes

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief Currently, TCC policy forces smokers of traditional cigarettes off-campus or to the parking lot to sit in their…

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Living within her own spectrum

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor It’s early enough that Subway hasn’t opened yet, and the NE Campus cafeteria is quiet. When the security…

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School’s decision homophobic, paranoid

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Countless news articles have appeared about people being kicked out of their churches or other religious organizations for their sexual orientation…

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‘Bossy’ insult used against young girls for long enough

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor A different five-letter word is coming to mind when someone says “the b-word,” thanks to a campaign promoting…

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Spaying, neutering protects pets in long run

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By Denise Tristan/reporter Controlling animal overpopulation is very important. Spaying or neutering cats and dogs is the best way to prevent…

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Names & Events

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The NE Campus Collegiate Chorale rehearsed and performed with music students from Texas A&M University-Commerce, Kilgore College and Richland…

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Construction on SE early college high school begins

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor Beginning in the fall, high school students across Arlington will begin to attend SE Campus’ early college…

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TR to hold its SGA elections April 7-8

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor The race for governor is not the only election coming up. TR Campus students can vote April 7-8 in the Student…

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SE club plans to hold African culture event

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor To combat misconceptions about Africa and to express their cultural heritage, members of the SE African Culture…

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Psi Beta volunteers at Special Olympics

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor NE Campus’ psychology honor society Psi Beta will take 25 chapter members to facilitate the track and field…

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NW instructor challenges traditional subject labels

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor With an easygoing Southern drawl and a braided pony-tail falling down his back, William Miller – or Billy…

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Chancellor gives life advice to TR women

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By Carlos Rosales/reporter Advice for life success was the theme during An Evening with Great Women, featuring a panel of key female executives…

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Film discusses heroines, feminism

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By Ashley Wood/reporter Amazon, princess, goddess — these three words can make any girl’s eyes light up and are the qualities encompassed by…

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Networking benefits explained on South

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By Carlos Rosales/editor Networking is designed to empower and be empowered, a speaker told South students March 26 during Brand U at Business…

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NE professor teaches about paralegals’ expectations

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor Part two in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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NE student on his way to career in opera singing

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By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor “Let’s go to the opera,” said just about no 18-year-old ever — that is, unless they’re like…

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Students express themselves through their artwork on SE

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor The works of SE studio art students are now displayed in Art Corridor I, including paintings, drawings,…

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South students highlight Shakespeare’s funny side

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By Remy McCool/south news editor Students will bring a comical and witty edge to Shakespeare’s classic plays in The Complete Works of…

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music review-Talented musicians unable to hide obvious influences in new release

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief Having influences and paying respect to the bands that inspire people to play the music they play is one thing.…

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movie review-Divergent boasts good cast, little substance

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor Once again, a teen sci-fi book series has been turned into a movie franchise. Meh. Divergent has all of…

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NW set to showcase districtwide talent for dance trip fundraiser

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor The NW dance club will sponsor Rise and Shine, an April 16 talent show to raise funds for students planning to…

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Entertainment Calendar

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April 3 A Women’s History Month music festival will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall on South Campus. Music students from the fine arts…

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Tournament draws students to racquetball on NE

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor Dick Dodds won the NE Campus racquetball tournament March 28, annihilating the competition. In the final…

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Tournament heats up on SE as elimination begins

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor It was all or nothing as SE Campus began the single-elimination rounds of its 5-on-5 basketball tournament…

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Sports Calendar

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April 2, 4 The NE Campus physical education department is holding a 6-on-6 soccer tournament. Games begin at 2 p.m. Students must register in the…

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SE bootcamp offers challenge to students

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor SE students will have a chance to test their mettle during Toro’s Bootcamp Challenge April 11. The event…

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Photography students have opportunity to travel through Italy

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By Jamil Oakford/reporter Looking at pictures of Roman ruins or the canals of Venice is breathtaking, but TCC students can soon take their own…

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