Movie Review-The Invasion

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By Devin Rodgers/reporter Apparently, some ideas are so good they never goes out of style. The Invasion is the fourth adaptation of the…

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A Pro Who Knows-Dr. Kevin Eason

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Dr. Kevin Eason, director of distance learning, shares his advice on navigating through a distance learning class. If someone is unable to log in,…

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But(ter) it tastes sooo good

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief My mom still makes popcorn the old-fashioned way. She pours a little oil in a big Dutch cn on the stovetop and…

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CD Review-Cadillac Sky-Blind Man Walking

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By Isaiah Smith/reporter Cadillac Sky’s new album Blind Man Walking is a promising horizon for the modern bluegrass genre. Banjo virtuoso…

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Drop limit reveals flawed logic

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Texas lawmakers had good intentions when they voted to limit the number of classes a student can drop to six. The new law affects all students,…

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Heart Association advises exercise

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By Jennifer Taylor/reporter Today’s society has been noted as one of the most overweight in history. The 20th century has turned into such a…

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Sports Talk-High-tech recruiting overstepping privacy line

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By John Garces/sports editor Football recruiting, and the perils that go with it, have gone high tech. With a new football season in full swing,…

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Law lessens offense,does not legalize

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By David Boyd/reporter One state law that went into effect Sept. 1 has seemed to garner the most attention. A new measure, approved during the most…

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Moon brings Ramadan

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By André Green/reporter More than one billion Muslims will celebrate their most sacred holiday of the year on or around Thursday. The specific…

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NE artist uses color for mood

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter NE student Irma Villalobos will compete in the all-district art competition. The TCC Student Art Competition will…

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NE tosses flying discs in games

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By John Garces/reporter Students looking for a fun, new way to get the adrenaline rush of a competitive sport, as well as maintain a healthy,…

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Movie Review-Halloween

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Rob Zombie took a shot at remaking (or “reimagining” as Zombie puts it) the horror classic, Halloween. In…

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Shofar heralds Jewish New Year

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/feature editor L’Shana Tova! (For a good year!) The Jewish New Year starts at sunset today. The Day of Remembrance or the…

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South students learn techniques for handling multiple life roles

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By Jessica Vargas/reporter Students find difficulty in balancing roles since some are also mothers, fathers, employees and sometimes more, the…

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Tattoos blueprint to inner self

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By Haron Murra-Kapon/feature editor Tattoos seem to be colorful silent messages that speak about the person wearing them. Because tattoos are…

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Under Construction-Work underway for makeovers of buildings,exterior updates

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Watch your step! Campus improvements are underway for all four campuses and will continue through next…

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Professor wins Piper Foundation award for achievement in education

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor When students balk over taking their dreaded math requirements, David Price eases their pain by…

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Viewpoint-Women’s safety falls on employer

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor Imagine living in a place where innocent women are targeted for rape and murder every day. Mothers,…

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Viewpoint-Youth losing sight of past, own future

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By André Green/managing editor This past holiday weekend while most of America was enjoying a day of barbecues and family, I was working. My…

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