October 3, 2007

Viewpoint-A free Cuba equals cheaper corn, fuel

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By David Boyd/reporter At the U.N. General Assembly last week, top stories centered on new sanctions against Myanmar, but lost in the shuffle was a…

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Opinion-Ban illogical decision-making

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Censorship is up and common sense is down. Before we know it, apple pie and baseball will be banned. Political correctness is hitting an all-time…

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Counselor reports major choice major

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By Nacole Battee/reporter One South campus counselor is concerned students could be prolonging college or dropping out because of the difficulty of…

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Festive strikes-Tykes take a swing at cultural experience

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Children from the TCC Children’s Center on NE Campus celebrate Hispanic Heritage month by giving their best shots at breaking a piñata. Others…

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Movie Review-The Brave One

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Jodie Foster’s latest, The Brave One, is an entertaining addition to her impressive filmography. Talk…

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HPE professor cites need for exercise

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor Tarrant County has the highest obesity rating in the state of Texas. Of the 10 fattest cities in the U.S., five of…

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HR 2669 at a glance

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Six things to know about the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007: 1. Pell Grants will increase from the current $4,310 maximum award to…

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Lit magazine seeks NE students’ entries

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By Gary Collins/reporter Under the Clock Tower, the literary magazine of NE Campus, is accepting submissions for its fall 2007 competition through…

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Make-believe … it’s not just for children

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor It’s a rifle, he would say. Now it’s a fishing pole. Even still, it’s a walking cane. In reality, it’s only…

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Managing time leads to success, speaker says

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor Time is defined as a measure of duration, students learned during the NW Campus Student Success Days Sept.…

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Marijuana legalization aids coffers

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor At one time, a proponent of the legalization of marijuana was perceived as a slacker, hanging out on the…

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Marijuana smoking too unhealthy

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/reporter Pot, grass, Mary Jane, weed, hemp … marijuana. Everyone knows what it is, or think they do. Marijuana is a…

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MySpace helps friends cope with grief

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor As friends and family continue to look for answers into why UNT student and Arlington Bowie graduate was slain,…

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NE lands ultimate Frisbee

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By John Garces/reporter A handful of NE Campus students participated in the inaugural ultimate Frisbee contest Sept. 28. Despite the small…

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NE student uses disability to help inform community

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By Chris Webb/reporter Janet Morrow lives a life like many other TCC students. She wakes up and scrambles through absurd traffic, fights through…

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New legislation to lower college education costs

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By André Green/managing editor President Bush last week signed into law a bill expected to reduce the cost of higher education. The College Cost…

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Math teacher to explain how numbers apply in regular life situations

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By Kristine Behrhorst/reporter Students need a wide selection of interesting mathematical topics and real world applications in their studies. To…

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Food, music on agenda for Oktober activity for student activities

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By Gary Collins/reporter NE students are invited to enjoy the Oktober Fest celebration Wednesday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oktober Fest, which…

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Career services planning mini job, agency fair for employment help

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By Gary Collins/reporter NE career and employment services will sponsor a mini job and agency fair Wednesday, Oct. 10. “ It’s a combination…

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CD Review-Brand New-The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Brand New’s The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me has a beautifully haunting sound definitely worth…

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Novel adaptation to recall childhood memories in play

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor The novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee has sold more than 30 million copies in 13 countries and won the…

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Obsessive collectors worldwide

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief From angels to Elvis, Hot Wheels to Beanie Babies, Americans love to collect stuff. Crystal collectors will go to…

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Prediction leans toward Cleveland, San Diego

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By John Garces/sports editor Every October, the major league baseball playoffs present many surprises as the World Series rolls around. The big…

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Sports Talk-Prospects higher for 2008 Rangers

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By John Garces/sports editor As the 2007 baseball season winds down, it’s been another rather abysmal season for the local team. But have no…

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A Pro Who Knows-Tim Murphy

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Tim Murphy, associate professor of real estate on NE Campus, offers apartment-hunting tips for students. Q. A student has just found the place he or…

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SE offers early aid for finals

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By Chris Rincon/reporter Dr. Curtis Hill gave a no-nonsense speech Sept. 20 on taking the necessary steps toward developing test-taking…

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SE seminar addresses transferring for TCC students

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By Nicole Laca/reporter SE students picked up advice on transferring during a Sept. 26 workshop on campus. Cyrus Crosby, a SE academic advisor,…

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South counselor offers note-taking tips

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By Britni Schneider/reporter Students who find themselves daydreaming in class and losing track of the main idea of a lecture should turn to a…

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South student organization seeking global solutions

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief South Campus students are going global to tackle issues abroad and at home with a new chapter of the Student World…

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Staging to add dimension to The Glass Menagerie set

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By Mark Bauer/SE news editor Looking to provide a change of scenery, the director of the upcoming production of The Glass Menagerie will use…

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Trike-A-Thon to raise money for St. Jude’s

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By Gary Collins/reporter TCC Children’s Center is seeking individuals to participate in Trike-A-Thon, a charity fundraiser for the St. Jude…

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