First early college class to graduate

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor When 13 students cross the stage May 10 to get their associate degrees from TCC, they will have to wait a few…

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When 2 years is too little

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor The State of Texas wants to get two-year college students out quicker. As a result, the state now allocates…

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Community college students affected by new legislation

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By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor In 2007, the Texas Legislature passed requirements for high school students that required four years of math,…

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Tragedy deserves respect, cowards don’t

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Courageous heroes will forever be revered, and their heroic acts are worthy of such remembrance. Not so is the cowardice act of abandonment,…

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Creating artificial stress does not measure one’s success

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By Georgia Phillips/photo editor Are you too busy to read this? You should be, and you should let people know in a proud, exasperated tone. You…

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Hollywood needs to buck male superhero trend

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By Matthew Fulkerson/sports editor With the deluge of superhero movies and films based on popular young adult fiction books, it’s surprising…

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Health means lifelong commitment, speaker says

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Students need to start taking care of their health now so they can live long lives, a speaker told SE students April…

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SE to offer additional history courses with special focus

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor History buffs may be excited to learn that SE Campus will offer two new history classes next year: Eastern…

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Professor shows impact of Congo’s resources

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By Nicholas Dean/reporter Congo is an essential to humanity, a history professor told SE students April 23. Didier Gondola, history…

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Manos y Manas to organize mural painting at YWCA

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor The YWCA of Fort Worth will become more colorful May 9 after volunteers from the TR Campus student organization…

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Women in Power club begins on TR

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By Kyle Huff/reporter A club called Women in Power is one of the newest additions and one of the first female groups to hit TR Campus. Club…

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NE speech and debate succeed in nationals

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor NE speech and debate team members Autumn Sprabary and Chris Alter finished among the best in the country during a…

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Program offers disadvantaged students support

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor A new program on NW is bridging the gap between socioeconomically disadvantaged students and success in…

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Scientist says practice testing best study strategy

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By Sarah Allen/reporter Researchers discovered that attitude predicts the highest achievement, an educational neuroscientist told NE students…

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Names & Events

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Sarina Moss was elected Region II president at the Texas Junior College Student Government Association conference. The region includes 13 two-year…

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Counselor gives advice on anxiety

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By Ashley Wood/reporter Finals are quickly approaching, which means studying and cramming for students. Studies show this is when anxiety and…

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SE Campus to hold student government elections

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor Election season is in full swing on SE Campus as students run for various positions in the Student Government…

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Student Achievement Awards 2014

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NE CAMPUS Business and Social Sciences Ashley Magers Business and Accounting Tyler Crawford Catherine Piske Government,…

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NW instructor gives life lessons in speech class

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor Part five in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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Students plan ahead as commencement approaches

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By Rhiannon Saegert/managing editor Hundreds of students will walk across the stage toward their future at TCC’s commencement. The…

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Children’s Center artwork displayed at kids’ level

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By Victor Henderson/multimedia editor Artwork created with paint, crayons, sticks and leaves lined the hallways of the fine arts building…

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Mayor encourages healthy lifestyle during NW visit

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TR opening early high school

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor Beginning this fall, TR Campus will become the resident campus for junior and senior students of the Fort Worth…

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Early college high school on South has unique setup

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By Remy McCool/south news editor Students entering the early college high school on South Campus will encounter a different model compared to the…

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SE early college gains partner

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor A memorandum of understanding between TCC and the Arlington Independent School District was signed April 21 on SE…

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NE will host early college high school for first time

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor The traditional idea of high school is being revamped with the opening of an early college high school on NE…

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Flag football closes out intramurals on NE Campus

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By  Matt Fulkerson/sports editor The turnout was low, but that didn’t stop NE students from playing in the 5-on-5 flag football…

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Festival of fine arts will bring community to SE Campus

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor Artistic students from SE Campus will have a venue to display their work May 1 through the Spring Fine Arts…

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Disabled veteran runs Boston Marathon after overcoming insurmountable odds

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By Kenney Kost/editor-in-chief Six years ago, South Campus student Carlos Colon was lying in a hospital bed in a coma after his company was…

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movie review-The Railway Man reveals redeeming power of love

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By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor After his success in The King’s Speech and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Colin Firth has proved himself capable…

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movie review-The Other Woman, run-of-the-mill romantic comedy

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By Tabitha Redder/nw news editor In an industry that has seen almost every rom-com plot imaginable, The Other Woman is a far cry from…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-May 5 Reflections from the River, a student art exhibition, is on display in the East Fork Gallery (TREF 1315) during regular school hours on TR…

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SE students chalk about their feelings on sidewalk

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By Mathew Shaw/se news editor Students let the concrete be their canvas for the annual SE chalk-drawing competition Chalk The Walk April…

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Darlage leaves legacy of dedication to NE

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By Dylan Bradley/ne news editor NE Campus president Larry Darlage is retiring after 18 years of service. He said that one of his friends…

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NW business students place in nationals

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by Dylan Bradley/ne news editor Several TCC students won top honors in the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference…

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Love Conference: Counselors tell how to handle separation, breakups

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by Amanda Gomez/reporter Surviving a Breakup: Shaky Steps Forward A person can start with a broken heart and be someone completely different in…

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Love Conference: Keynote speaker addresses keys to successful relationship

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by Devin Simkins/reporter KEYNOTE Love is an emotional attachment to another person with an emotional investment in their overall well-being, a…

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Love Conference: Counselor spells out how to deal with an ex

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by Sarah Allen/reporter Love is the feeling that guides people. When they don’t have it, they search for it, NW counselors and faculty told…

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Jordan Hatcher

Lawsuit continues, mother grieves loss of son

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by Dylan Bradley/ne news editor Michelle Hansford, the mother of Jordan Hatcher who was killed by a police officer on SE Campus last year, is…

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Love Conference: Forgiveness key to moving forward, speakers say

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by Ashley Wood/reporter Surviving Hurt: How to Forgive When You Can’t Forget Anger, resentment and sadness are all signs of hurt and letting…

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