April 23, 2014

Youth suicide sweeps nation, counselor offers signs, adivce

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By Jamil Oakford/reporter For college students, stress to meet deadlines and perform well academically and pressures to figure out the rest of…

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Always put some money aside, counselor urges

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By Allen Rosas/reporter The most important thing students can do when it comes to financial planning is establish an emergency fund, a NE…

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NE workshop teaches multiple intelligences

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By Allen Rosas/reporter Eight different multiple intelligences exist, and each has a different learning technique, speakers told NE students April…

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Board member’s attendance issue sparks concern

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief TCC board of trustees member Robyn Winnett has missed seven of the last 11 board meetings since May 2013, which…

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Life after fear

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor With her sister and three small children by her side, South Campus student Barbara Sullivan was determined to…

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Student receives $90,000 award

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By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor It’s hard enough to win a scholarship to cover the cost of books, but to win $30,000 a year for three…

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Lack of e-cig policy frustrating, unjust

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TCC needs to define a policy for electronic cigarettes so students, faculty and police have a set of rules to follow and enforce. The popularity…

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If surveillance seems off-putting, don’t look at Google Glass

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor In a world rapidly growing more and more transparent, it isn’t hard to see why Google Glass is the final…

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New food labels can make healthy choices clearer

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor The day a candy bar has all of the calories listed for the entire bar will be the best day – and the worst…

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NE education students dream of making difference

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By Ashley Wood/reporter Looking back, most people can remember their favorite teachers. It could have been the way they taught multiplication,…

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NE students receive environmental tips

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By Kyle Huff/reporter Students gained a better understanding of ways to protect the environment after five speakers addressed home horticulture,…

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Teachers gather on NE to discuss student diversity

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By Brendon James/reporter Early childhood teachers came together to learn how to incorporate learning with children of different cultures and…

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Students plan for tax refunds

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By Luis Salinas/reporter With tax season and its stresses over, refunds are not that far away. Some students are ready to spend it on…

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Names & Events

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Cheridan Kirkpatrick won first place for Song of the Year at the 45th Texas Junior College Student Government Association Conference that took place…

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NW club uses food to explore different cultures

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Most students appreciate free food, and some NW Campus students are learning different cultures at the same…

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Spring 2014 Final Exam Schedule

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Final examination periods will be a maximum of one hour and fifty minutes, and examinations will be conducted in the rooms where classes regularly…

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NE student manages classes, digital gaming business

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By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor A NE student is working to leave his mark on the gaming world. Matthew Whitaker, founder of Beyond…

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Purge Week activities to help TR students ward off stress

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor While the stress of finals may seem overwhelming at times, the TR Campus Student Government Association has events…

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NW aviation program moves to Alliance Airport

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor The NW aviation program will reach new heights next fall when classes are held in a new location at Alliance…

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NW conference will offer advice, guidance for dealing with heartbreak

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Love can be a complicated and stressful topic, which is why NW Campus is offering the Love Conference: Surviving the…

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Rising to the occasion

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By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor The common misconception in America is that there are more black men in jail than in college, but the…

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Students connect with technology

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor SE math associate professor Brunilda Santiago has a way of tutoring her students without being in their physical…

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New student president, vice president get picked

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor Antonio Mercado and Elizabeth Gonzalez won the positions of president and vice president in the TR Campus Student…

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SE dance instructor honored for inspiring students

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor Part four in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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Loved ones join SE walk to honor suicide victims

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor Nine-year-old Jace Roberts rode his scooter around the track behind SE Campus April 19. He was not there to…

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NW seminar teaches students suicide prevention methods

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By Sarah Allen/reporter Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among young adults 25-34 years of age with about 2,500 suicide deaths in…

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Student petitions board about loose-leaf textbooks

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief A NE student brought his concerns about rental and buy-back limitations on loose-leaf textbooks in front of the…

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Students discuss impact of runoff

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor With hot-button topics like abortion and gay marriage driving political talking points, students are preparing…

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TCC students win awards at conference

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor TCC students won 19 awards at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association conference April 10-12 with The…

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Women’s group will meet May 1 on South

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By Remy McCool/ south news editor Women in New Roles will hold an orientation to encourage students to join them for the fall semester 6-7 p.m.…

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SE students let nature inspire them for Arbor Day

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor A poster depicting a large tree positioned atop a globe hangs in SE Campus’ Art Corridor III. The metaphorical…

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Student rock band Sharpy brings unique sound, look to stage

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor Black slacks, white starched shirts, suspenders and fedoras are not the typical rock star uniform, but the band…

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movie review-Captain America sequel classic, better than original

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor It’s rare that a sequel surpasses the original. The Empire Strikes Back, The Dark Knight and The Godfather:…

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movie review-Rio 2 soars on wings of high expectations, lays multiple bad eggs

Posted on Apr 22nd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor Those who can fly off to paradise, do. Those who can’t, see Rio 2. This animated film directed by…

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NE dance company to use many styles in last recital

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By Brendon James/reporter The final artistic dance event on NE will showcase a blend of styles. Converging Rhythms will include dancing…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-April 29 The NE Faculty and Staff Art Exhibition is on display at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy St. Among the 62 works by 31…

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NE holds laid-back ultimate Frisbee competition

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor The fierce winds weren’t enough to ground the players during NE Campus’ ultimate Frisbee intramural…

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NE flag football begins with scrimmage game

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor Two teams faced off in a scrimmage game as NE Campus kicked off its flag football season April 18. The low…

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Sports Calendar

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April 23, 25 5-on-5 flag football begins on NE Campus. Games begin at 1 p.m. and are held next to the soccer fields. Teams must register at the…

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South Campus organizes intramural dodgeball tournament

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor Sixteen players divided into two teams faced off in the dodgeball intramural event on South Campus April…

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We Trash dominates district intramural tournament

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor Perhaps it was the holiday weekend that kept the other campuses away, or maybe they were just afraid of…

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Sculptor Ralph Tobin is inspired by his Native American culture

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By Heather Horton/reporter Native American student Ralph Tobin turns his dreams into reality through the artistic process of clay…

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