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Computer user group to hold August meetings

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TCC Computer User Group will meet Wednesday, Aug. 8, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on South Campus in the Student Center Living Room for a special interest…

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Board votes to stay with original design for downtown campus

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By Katie B. Martinez/reporter The Tarrant County College board of trustees voted unanimously July 24 to proceed with the original design plan for…

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College for Kids

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Children participate in various activities as part of College for Kids on NE Campus. College for Kids is held during the summer and is a part of the…

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Residents divided on TCC’s plans for downtown campus

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By Katie B. Martinez/reporter A standing-room-only crowd attended the July 10 special TCC board meeting to discuss the downtown campus’ design and…

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Board reconsiders plans for plaza on new campus; ECI granted one-year renewal for food service

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By Katie B. Martinez/reporter At its June meeting, the TCC board discussed proposed canges to the new campus and voted on a food service contract…

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Local business leaders recommend changes in design of TCC’s new downtown campus

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By André Green/south news editor Tarrant County College’s downtown development project may need to change course, school and city officials…

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Costs rising as construction continues-Downtown campus to open Spring 2010

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief A new budget for the downtown campus, with an increase of $63 million, was approved by the Tarrant County College…

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Honor student returns to SE after 4 monhts in immigration detention

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By André Green/se news editor Tears, hugs, laughter and smiles were abundant in the Century Room on SE Campus May 1 as the Cornerstone Program…

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NW class debuts film

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By Kenneth Guiterrez/reporter After a semester’s endeavors, NW humanities students unveiled their course project for Child Advocates of Tarrant…

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Viewpoint-Weather branding: a ‘Crying Wolf ’ ploy

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By David Boyd/reporter Remember the story of “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”? I was reminded of the story recently when creative embellishment in…

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Mother’s Day-Massage away stress of motherhood

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By Martina Treviño/nw news editor Mother's Day With Mother’s Day just around the corner, you may be searching for a way to show mom how much you…

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Test anxiety-Staff offer stress relief tips

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor With spring semester concluding, students are facing their greatest anxiety—tests. A normal level…

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Pick away; it’s bluebonnet time

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief It’s the perfect time to gas up the tank, grab a camera and head to the hills. But don’t forget the guidebook…

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DVD Review-Science of Sleep

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter In Michel Gondry’s perspective of the world, the line between real and unreal is blurred. Memories can be…

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Movie Review-Vacancy

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By Isaiah Smith/Entertainment editor Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale get stranded at the worst place ever in Vacancy. The pair plays David…

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Bureau offers advice for home repairs

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By Kristina Ayr/reporter Floods, tornadoes and hail have caused damage to vehicles and homes throughout North Texas. So when consumers search for…

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Movie Review-Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters

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By Isaiah Smith/Entertainment editor Cartoon Network’s defunct super heroes the Aqua Teen Hunger Force make their long-awaited film debut in…

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Return soldiers stateside

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor For years, Americans have listened to President Bush, and now it’s time for him to listen to us. In 2003,…

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Madden cover player luck: jinx or coincidence

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By David Jackson/reporter Once again, gamer students, Madden is coming. And who better to be on the cover than rookie standout quarterback and…

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Boomers juggle own lives while dealing with parents

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

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Bookstores/vending provide selections for campus students

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By Kristina Ayr/reporter Ever have only a $5 bill and no change or get frustrated when the item you just paid for gets stuck in the vending machine?…

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Viewpoint-Move troops to outskirts

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By André Green/se news editor The outcome of the November elections sent a strong message to the current administration regarding the declining…

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Students observe America firsthand on historical trip

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor American history and literature came alive for a group of TCC students when they traveled to Boston…

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Movie Review-Hot Fuzz

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By Devin Rodgers/reporter Feeling a little left out in the cold, with none of its own cop-action flicks to boast of, the creators of 2004’s…

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CD Review-Avril Lavigne-The Best Damn Thing

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor Avril Lavigne achieves pink-goth on her new album The Best Damn Thing, her third studio album. Power-pop…

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Members sought for NE Ambassadors

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By Gary Collins/reporter Leadership, responsibility and community service are the core values of the NE Student Ambassadors. Active, helpful…

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Faculty form team to walk in 5K race for cancer cure

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By Jennifer Taylor/reporter Breast Cancer is one of the leading causes of deaths among women today, and one TCC group is doing its share to…

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Traveling students to gather 7 credits

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By Kendra Decker/reporter Instead of looking at rocks or reading short stories in a stuffy classroom, TCC students can study outdoors this…

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Home of the Brave

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter Irwin Winkler’s Home of the Brave tries to tug at the heart strings but instead yanks them out. The audience is…

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Dallas exhibition proves beauty is more than skin deep

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor Body Worlds is as bizarre as it is interesting … almost as if The Night of the Living Dead meets Buffalo…

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TCC practices putting safety first

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No one knows what was in the mind of Cho Seung-Hui on that cool, snowy April morning. Obviously, his mind was set on killing, and those killings…

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New distance-learning head rose through ranks

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief The distance-learning program at TCC was small when Kevin Eason first started working in the department as an…

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On behalf of a grateful nation-Soldier sacrifices life for duty to country

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By Charity Montieth and André Green/reporters As long as his father can remember, Sgt. Lance Craig Springer II always wanted to join the…

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Former student to address graduates

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By André Green/se news edit A former Tarrant County College student will deliver the keynote address at the district’s 39th annual spring…

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Admissions director named associate vice chancellor

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Student development services will get a new advocate next month, and she brings more than 30 years of…

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Say it with fruit instead of traditional flowers

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Need a delicious idea for the mom who has everything? Treat her to a gorgeous array of fruit, bouquet style, from…

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Dine out to avoid burned burgers

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By Gary Collins/reporter IInstead of sitting at home burning another Mother’s Day meal take mom out instead. Here are a few suggestions from…

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Special pampering for a queenly mom

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor Why not treat mom or wife (remember toddlers cannot shop alone) to a spa package or a day of beauty? This type of…

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Gifts of love protect purse, convey to mom, ‘I care’

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor On a tight budget? Here are gift ideas to make mom feel special without draining your bank account. Even if you…

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Students readying for gym

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The gym on the South Campus has been closed down for security issues for almost a month although it was scheduled to reopen Monday. During that…

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Text messaging under NCAA scrutiny

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By Pete DiPrimio/News-Sentinel/Fort Wayne, Ind. Somebody stop the NCAA board of directors before they hurt somebody over text messaging…

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Golfers to play for scholarship fund

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By Kenneth Gutierrez/reporter Fore! It’s time once more for the Seventh Annual Tarrant County College Employee Golf Tournament benefiting the…

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South offers Kaleidoscope of dancing

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor South Campus dance department will present its second annual Kaleidoscope Dance Concert Friday and Saturday,…

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Respiratory students honored

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By Matt Tinonga/reporter Four students in the respiratory care program on NE Campus received scholarships March 21. Shelly Cragan, Andrea…

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NE forensics team takes awards in national tournament

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor The NE forensics team brought home four awards from national competitions recently while speech students placed in…

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Expo provides health awareness to black residents

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By Thenisha Smith/reporter Approximately 1,000 people attended the Fifth Annual African-American Health Expo April 21 in Fort Worth. The day…

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Host families needed for exchange students

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By Jennifer Taylor/reporter Those looking to expand their vision of the world outside of the United States can become a Host Family for an exchange…

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Camp offered for transfers in chemistry

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Up to $4,000 will be provided to students pursuing a chemistry degree at San Antonio’s Our Lady of the Lake University. The university is…

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SE focuses on globalization during speech tournament

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By André Green/se news editor SE Campus students and faculty received a persuasive dose of reality during SE Campus’ interdepartmental speech…

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Summer to provide needed relaxation

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By Isaiah Smith/Entertainment editor Free at last, free at last. With summer break fast approaching, remember to keep focused so as not to let those…

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