1950s scene hits NE Campus stage with spring musical-Pink Ladies, T-Birds entertain in Grease: The Musical

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor Boy meets girl, girl falls for boy, boy loses girl, boy woos her back and they all live happily ever after.…

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Adults feeling generation squeeze-Sandwich Generation taking responsibility for parents

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By Cindy Reed/reporter (Part one in a three-part series on the Sandwich Generation—when the role of a family member changes to accommodate…

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Viewpoint-Blame technology for lousy spelling

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor I once was a great speller, but that was before the days of those handy little features we know and love—spell…

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Comedy to end South theater season

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor A comedy of deception ends the South Campus drama season next week. The Foreigner, a play by Larry…

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Community to learn of education system

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Efforts to help new generations and their parents understand the importance of education combine in iLearn … iWin … A Passport to Success, a…

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Counselor provides stress relievers for life

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By Kendra Decker/reporter People’s responses to stressors in life can create or eliminate negative stress in their lives, one South Campus…

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Cowtown … where the heart is

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Recently, I asked a friend in Los Angeles to come to Fort Worth for a summer visit. “What’s in Fort Worth?”…

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Dancers to perform in recital at Scott

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor NW Campus dancers will perform In Unison next week at W.E. Scott Theatre in Fort Worth. The annual…

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Doctor to explain DNA paternity tests

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Students interested in learning about paternity testing can attend the science club lecture series next week on NW Campus. Dr. Phillip Williamson,…

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CD review-Hellogoodbye-Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor Fun-loving emo rockers Hellogoodbye present Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!, the group’s first…

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Give a gift of life-Baby, family await call about liver

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By Kendra Ludwick/reporter Brian Blair, a full-time NE Campus student, husband, dad and worker, has one prayer for his daughter—a liver…

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Google Earth brings world to doorstep

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter Google Earth is getting an educational boost. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum launched a new project…

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Movie Review-Grindhouse

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter Grindhouse exhibits everything wrong with cinema today: gore, violence, outrageous plots and pleather. But it does…

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Health fair to focus on black community

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A health fair this weekend is reaching out to the black population in the Fort Worth area. The 2007 African American Health Expo Saturday, April…

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Here’s drinking to good health, long life

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor Most of us know drinking eight glasses of water a day is the healthy thing to do, but few actually do…

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Idol lingo takes stage

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MCT—Only fools or the very stubborn still doubt American Idol’s prowess as a pop-culture powerhouse. Idol isn’t just soundtracking our lives…

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Little Shop of Horror-Alien plant eating SE dramatists

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By André Green/se news editor Thunderous applause accompanied by a standing ovation usually concludes the performances at the C.A. Roberson…

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NE to honor student work

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The NE Campus awards and recognition program is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, in the NTSU Center Corner. A reception and honoree…

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NFL suspensions send right message

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By Chris Cates/sports editor With just over half a year of experience under his belt, Roger Goodell is already turning heads as NFL…

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Opinion-Parental responsibility a must

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A pair of handcuffs would serve as an alarm clock for a Watauga mother who needs a wake-up call after snoozing in a bedroom while her two children,…

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Pianists plan recital

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NE musicians will perform in a public Duo Piano Recital. Sponsored by the NE music department, the recital is Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m. NE…

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Pole dancing new option for fitness

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By Marcy Smith and Joe Miller/reporters RALEIGH, N.C.—Sonya Bruton likes her latest exercise routine because it gives her something in common with…

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Professor debunks addiction myths

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By Kelsey Mobbs/reporter Contrary to what some may believe, dependence or addiction is not necessarily under one’s conscious control, a…

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Quality not always related to tuition costs, officials say

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By Paul Treske and Charity Montieth/reporters In colleges and universities across the nation, tuition is going up faster than inflation on an annual…

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Sleep essential as memory aid

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By Mary Elaine Midgley/reporter Thinking of pulling an all-nighter to cram for those finals? Forget about it. The lack of sleep you inflict on…

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Society releases latest cancer findings

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The death rate for cancer has declined, according to the American Cancer Society. Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Facts and Figures 2007, an…

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Speeches explore virtopsies, bras

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor NE students had the opportunity to watch three of their classmates perform their best speeches at the April 6…

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String groups to play

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Students, staff and faculty are invited to attend the Spring Ensemble Concert on NE Campus Monday, April 23, at 7 p.m. Students of the NE music…

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TCC student political views as diverse as candidates

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By David Jackson/reporter TCollege students are highly recruited to participate in political elections, but many fail to turn out on election…

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FAMILY VIOLENCE-Victims not always the abused in domestic situations

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor (Part three in a four-part series on victims’ rights.) Family violence is one of the most widespread…

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Woman credits WINR for success

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor In the middle of distress and fear, one South Campus business major found hope and a fresh new start…

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Writers to meet on NE for workshop sessions

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Students seeking to improve their writing skills can attend the Seventh Annual Trinity Writers’ Workshop: The Writers’ Edge Conference April…

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Young athletes ignore steroid advice

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By David Jackson/reporter Sports can not rid itself of steroid abuse, which is spreading quickly into high schools. High school students want…

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