October 10, 2007

A village raising a child’s park

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Close your eyes and imagine a park. What do you think of? A few monkey bars, swings and a sandbox, perhaps? Now…

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Campuses providing flu vaccines

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor TCC campus health centers will dispense flu shots beginning Oct. 17 to students, faculty and the general public. The…

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Campus stages Albee classic

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By Elissa Banfill/reporter The party’s over and now, alone in their house, George sings, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Virginia…

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CD Review-Queens of the Stone Age-Era Vulgaris

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Queens of the Stone Age’s Era Vulgaris provides an interesting concept but falls short of its full…

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Sports Talk-Coaches should set example for players

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By John Garces/sports editor Oklahoma State’s head football coach Mike Gundy does not like the newspaper media. He made this point perfectly…

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Comfort just a box away for Afghan needy

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor The NE Ambassadors have adopted Operation Care as their latest community service challenge: providing necessity…

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Counselor offers tips to fight test anxiety

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By Rylie Parkins/reporter Loose bowels, sweaty palms and fluttery stomachs may sound like symptoms of some strain of the flu, but in actuality these…

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Cowtown home to lost souls, murderers, eerie ghosts

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor First in a four-part series on haunted places in Tarrant County. It is a whisper on the wind, a…

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District staff to compete

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By John Garces/reporter The second annual TCC Employee Intercampus Games have arrived. A series of competitions pitting the employees of all…

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Family abuse affects all, speaker says

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By Alvis Allen/reporter Which victims are at greater risk than cancer, diabetes or HIV victims? According to Rebecca Farrow, vice president of…

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Viewpoint-Good planning key to hassle free flying

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor After getting to the airport, you spend 30 minutes finding a parking place in Egypt, only to arrive at the terminal…

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High schoolers to visit NW for Tech Fair

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/reporter More than 600 area high school students are expected to attend TCC’s Tech Fair 2007. Held on NW Campus Friday,…

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Jukebox to lead musical journey of 40 years on South

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By Jessica Vargas/reporter South Campus celebrates its 40th anniversary with TCC South: The First 40 Years opening Thursday, Oct. 18. This…

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Junk food-You’re loving it

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By Kendra Ludwick/reporter Let’s face it—fast food is part of a college student’s life. Besides being easy to inhale, it is yummy, cheap…

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Viewpoint-Lacrosse incident still brewing at Duke

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor The ordeal following the accusations that three white players of the Duke lacrosse team raped a black…

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NE teacher walks for sister

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By Randi Johnson/reporter One in 33 women have a chance of dying from breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Kim…

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NW students to provide Latin flavors in fiesta

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By Sarah McVean/reporter Fiesta Latina will be on NW Campus tomorrow. The fiesta will include a performance of Latin dances by the NW dance…

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Opinion-Parents spoil chair to spare rod

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Misbehaving at school used to earn students a good paddling. With the onset of political correctness and lawsuits, children are not receiving the…

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Racquetball action to begin on NE soon

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By John Garces/reporter One of the longest-running games on NE Campus is returning soon. The campus will be having a racquetball tournament on…

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SE seeking art for voting campaign

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By Sabrina Carrington/reporter The objective: Get young adults interested in the voting process. The mission, should you choose to accept it,…

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South to start flag football

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By John Garces/reporter South Campus students seeking to relive glory years from their football days have their chance with the flag football…

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Students practice self-talk

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By Jessica Vargas/reporter The way people speak to themselves is often overlooked, a registered nurse told students last week. Positive…

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Movie Review-Eastern Promises

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor David Cronenberg brings movie violence to the same level as his History of Violence in the stunning…

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WIN-R to celebrate 30 years of elegance in learning

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Students will experience an evening of Elegance in Learning at this year’s 30th anniversary banquet honoring the Women in New Roles program. The…

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Youngsters drafted to portray roles of Mockingbird children

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor To Kill A Mockingbird, voted by Librarians for America as the number one novel of all time, has now been…

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NW examines Vietnam-era society

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by Sarah McVean/nw news editor The Vietnam War era was a mixed time of conflict and social change, a panel told NW students Sept. 20. The three…

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