September 26, 2007

Movie Review-3:10 to Yuma

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter A Western seems like an odd choice to help kick off the fall film season, but 3:10 to Yuma shows the audience…

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20 years later … Air Jordan RULES

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By Montreal Spencer/reporter Michael Jordan retired years ago, came out of retirement and retired again. He has not played professional basketball…

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Torres beats out 13 competitors for title

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By John Garces/reporter Although the numbers were down, last week’s NE Campus table tennis tournament was deemed a success by HPE staff. A…

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CD Review-Timbaland-Shock Value

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Timbaland is seen as a mixed blessing in the music world. His touch can make an artist lose his or her…

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State-of-art theater nears completion for NE Campus

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief From Shakespeare to Shepard, Medea to Godspell, NE drama students are exposed to the best of…

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Senate battles hide true mission

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For nearly five years, our nation’s soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines have dedicated their lives to war against terror in Iraq. They have…

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Viewpoint-Security heightened by focus on details

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By John Garces/sports editor The security of our nation’s college campuses has been under scrutiny since the horrific events of April 16, the day…

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A Pro Who Knows-Garrison Henderson

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Garrison Henderson, assistant professor of sociology and department chair of behavioral sciences on SE Campus, suggests ways to deal with a difficult…

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Program sign of success for interpreters

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By Terra Aiken and Sarah McVean/reporters In a silent classroom, a teacher conducts the entire class without having to say a word. American…

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In Memory-Peter Feresten

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief A bohemian in the truest sense of the word is how one colleague described Peter Feresten after his death…

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Nurse to speak on roles

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By Jessica Vargas/reporter Health Services in connection with Women In New Roles program will host Positive Self-Talk 6 p.m. Wednesday Oct. 3, in…

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NE president to host lunch

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By Gary Collins/reporter NE Campus students are invited to the Ask the President Luncheon Tuesday, Oct. 2, hosted by NE President Larry…

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NE seminar to focus on veterans benefits

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By Gary Collins/reporter Veterans will be the focus Thursday, Oct. 4, on NE Campus during Veterans Benefits: How To Assist Veterans and Dependents…

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NW group to sponsor medical career fair

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By Sara McVean/reporter Interested in nursing, dental hygiene, chiropractic care, occupational or physical therapy, radiology or other allied…

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Speaker to discuss/bio-ethical issues

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By Gary Collins/reporter Professional and family caregivers can learn the latest on bio-ethics Thursday, Oct. 4, on NE Campus. Dann Baker of John…

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NE recognizes 7 alumni for outstanding contributions

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor Every year NE Campus celebrates alumni who have contributed to the community and become successful in their…

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NE flag football registration deadline nearing

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By John Garces/sports editor Calling all once-proud high school football stars. The NE Campus’ annual flag football league begins Saturday, Oct.…

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Museum area to open free for Saturday visit

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By Alvis Allen/reporter Pleasure seekers and history buffs can find a bargain this weekend. The museums of the Fort Worth Cultural District are…

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Mexican trip planned

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By Mark Bauer/reporter Students can gain one credit and cultural experience on a five-day trip to Cuernavaca, Mexico, to observe Dia de los Muertos…

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Learning styles key to student success, psychology prof says

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By Shamarcus Jackson/reporter Audio trouble didn’t stop one SE Campus instructor from letting her audience know the importance of…

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Lamaze methods birth singer ’s songs

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By Gary Collins/reporter NE adjunct Colleen Mallette brings her years of musical and theatrical experience to NE Theatre in her one-woman show The…

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Hispanic Heritage Month-10 Hispanic firsts

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Achievements know no cultural boundry Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15, celebrates the anniversary of independence for five Latin…

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Exhibit simulates Arizona Rock site

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor Inspiration is the theme behind the latest fine arts project on NE Campus. Newspaper Hill, sponsored by the…

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Exhibit features burned books, Nazi symbolism

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The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum currently has a traveling exhibit titled Fighting the Fires of Hate: Americans and the Nazi Book Burnings. Though…

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Dating game 101: give us some rules

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By Keisha McDuffie/reporter I know this is an age-old question, with no right or wrong answer. However, as the question becomes more prevalent in…

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Creative Zone to involve interaction

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor Late nights, music, and cruising at 3 a.m. down an empty highway or just relaxing in a park can inspire people…

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Clean hands, it’s elementary

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Come on, guys; it’s time to come clean. You’re giving the others a dirty reputation. You know who you are, the…

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Sports Talk-Cheating allegations newest sport controversy

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By John Garces/sports editor The latest dynasty of the football world has some explaining to do. The franchise once roundly hailed as the NFL’s…

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Campus opening delayed by issues for TCC district

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Opening the downtown campus by spring of 2010 may no longer be a reality, the board of trustees learned at a…

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Banned Book Week

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor What do Where’s Waldo?, To Kill a Mockingbird and The Giver have in common? The books have all been…

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