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Dancers to thrill audiences with Halloween performance

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By Julissa Treviño/reporter Zombies will invade South Campus this Halloween when the Velocity Dance Company performs a double feature of the…

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Date nears to petition to graduate

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By Susan Tallant/reporter Students planning to graduate at the end of the fall semester must apply for a petition by Friday, Nov. 2. Associate…

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Drivers to TCC need new route

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/reporter Beginning in late October, accessing the May Owen Center will be increasingly difficult as the City of Fort…

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Entries sought for NW literary magazine

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By Benjamin Whiting/reporter Submissions are now being accepted for the 2008 edition of Marine Creek Reflections, the NW Campus award-winning…

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Flu shots, speakers highlight SE fair

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By Mark Bauer/reporter Vampires will not be the only ones collecting blood Halloween. As part of the annual Health Fair put on by health…

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Gather some treat$ for charity

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Next week, while going door to door with your little ghosts and goblins collecting candy, why not collect a little…

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Ghostly apparitions spook visitors at local castle, park trail

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor (Second in a three-part series on haunted places in Tarrant County.) INVERNESS CASTLE Inverness…

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Hendrix tour lifting spirits

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Sara Pintilie/reporter The audience chats in the dimness of McDavid Studio, Sept. 28, as they wait for the show to start. Terri Hendrix, a…

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Opinion-Holding Blackwater responsible

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“There’s something happening here; what it is ain’t exactly clear.” Buffalo Springfield’s classic “For What It’s Worth” could not…

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Internet usage addictive, experts say

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By Lauren Jackson/reporter As computer use and Internet access become increasingly prevalent on all college campuses, some researchers are finding…

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Mayhem to drive Shakespearean works molded into operatic presentation The Happy Dagger

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor Sins, murder, love, loneliness and drama, a typical Shakespeare dramatic plot, has found a home in the newest…

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NE Campus to honor board with Shakespeare festival

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor NE Campus will pay homage to playwright William Shakespeare in a month-long Shakespeare Festival celebration. Ed…

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NE instructors display art in exhibit

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By Vania Castillo/reporter A variety of art, representing the talents of 26 art instructors from NE Campus, is on display at the Fort Worth…

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NE seeks smarties

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By Lauren Jackson/reporter Think you’re smart? Join the College Bowl Campus Tournament Nov. 9 at noon on NE Campus. The College Bowl tests…

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NE students aim to help Ugandans

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By Crystal Sulak/reporter Two NE Campus speech instructors and their students are reaching out globally to help other students. When three…

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Never too old for this kind of racquet: NE racquetball

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By John Garces/sports editor Steven Hagstrom and Jonathan Huggins walked away with top honors at the annual NE Campus racquetball…

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Sports Talk-NFL needs second look at icing the kicker

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By John Garces/sports editor We recently were privileged to see one of the greatest comebacks in the history of Monday Night Football. However,…

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Novice debaters place third in contest

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor The NE Speech and Debate Club struck gold recently in forensics competition. Coach Amy Arellano said the…

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Professor shows art in Carillon Gallery

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By Alvis Allen/reporter Students fascinated by art and museums or interested in seeing new things should visit the gallery exhibit on South…

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Professor’s teaching style spurs growth in philosophy

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor (Part one in a four-part series on faculty winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an…

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Red Sox to face Indians in series play

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By John Garces/sports editor The Fall Classic is here again, and for the first time in ages, this year’s edition features some new blood going up…

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SE does Halloween

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By Mark Bauer/reporter Looking for a safe alternative to the traditional trick-or-treats of Halloween? Students and the community can enjoy…

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Dia de los Muertos-SE to honor Hispanic tradition

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By Jessica Vargas/reporter For many Latin American countries, November is time to celebrate people who have died. SE Campus World Language lab…

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Seminar offers first-hand aid with resume

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By Meredith Lynd/reporter The moment students entered a recent South Campus seminar, they began working on their resumes. Monica Bettle, career…

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SE students stack up favorably against pros

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor For the fifth year in a row, a dozen SE students showed up at Northeast Mall to show what they could do with…

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Spanish-speakers gaining edge in employment search

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/reporter To be able to communicate in Spanish is more important than ever, especially in health care, education, social work…

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Students learn mathematics of voting

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By Kristine Behrhorst/reporter One area of math became a little less mysterious when SE Campus students learned The Mathematics of Voting…

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Talk to help memory

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By Randi Johnson/reporter Students suffering from low grades even though they have sleepless, study- filled nights might consider attending an…

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CD Review-Terri Hendrix-The Spiritual Kind

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor San Marcos local Terri Hendrix has made her most personal album yet in The Spiritual Kind. The folksy croon…

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Movie Review-The Kingdom

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor The Kingdom brings a political action film to the table although it is a slightly uneven outlook on the…

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Women artists show expressionism works

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By Toni Magee/reporter “Painterly representation to raw expressionism” defines the theme of a SE Campus art exhibit featuring six women…

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