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AIDS/HIV testing scheduled on NE

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By Mark Bauer/reporter Early diagnosis of AIDS and HIV through testing can provide an opportunity for treatment that can prolong life and prevent…

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Award-winning harpist to perform

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor University of North Texas graduate and jazz harpist Rizpah Lowe will perform 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, in the…

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A world like no other, a gamer’s dream: Halo 3

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By Patrick Cusack/reporter It has been nearly six years since Bungie Software released Halo: Combat Evolved, which changed the gaming…

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Book Review-A Shred of Truth by Eric Wilson

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By Benjamin Whiting/reporter Selecting the ingredients of a good novel is not difficult. A good plot, intriguing characters and well-written…

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Collegian staff win honors at 2-year college conference

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor The Collegian, TCC’s student newspaper, came up big in recent live, on-site competitions, finishing first place in…

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Counselor offers tips to find free money for scholarships

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By Lauren Jackson/reporter Once students locate an area where they can find free monies, they have to be like a pit bull: grab hold till you are…

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Sports Talk-Dear Mark, keep Dirk, fagetabout Kobe trade

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By John Garces/sports editor The hot topic around NBA circles as the season begins is the on-going soap opera involving the potential, and quite…

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Viewpoint-Disaster comparisons favor fiery California

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By André Green/managing editor As the wildfires in Southern California started spreading, relocation plans were quickly implemented. Football…

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District to improve cafeterias, board hears

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor Exciting upgrades are coming to the cafeterias on all four campuses, TCC board members were told at an open…

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Opinion-Don’t read it; they won’t write it

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Experts have long said a person’s checkbook is the window to his or her soul. Okay, maybe not the soul—but it does reveal, at the very least,…

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Viewpoint-Halloween spooks need to stay alert

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By Keisha McDuffie/reporter For as long as I can recall holidays, Halloween has been my favorite: the costumes, the face paint, the scary…

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Hexes embraced to excuse poor play by fans

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By John Garces/sports editor Hexes are as much a part of sports as the athletes who play them. But, are these hexes real, or are they the product…

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Instructor’s teaching style spawned from parents’ teachings

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By André Green/managing editor (Part two in a four-part series on faculty winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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Movie Review-The Assassination of Jesse James

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford is as lengthy as its title but has enough…

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Multi-campus dancer to exhibit routines

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By Christopher Rincon/reporter The dance exhibition A Short Evening of Tall Dancin’ will be on NE Campus Nov. 3 in the NFAB Theater. The…

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NE students to collect gloves for needy

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/reporter The surgical technology program on NE Campus is reaching out to the community through the gLOVE Project. " Sigma…

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New digs set standard for NE Campus broadcast program

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By André Green/managing editor Throughout Jerry Zumwalt’s tenure at NE Campus, the radio television and broadcasting program has seen…

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Mexican speaker to explain communication, culture

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By Mark Bauer/reporter Those interested in Mexico but without the time to travel there, can pick up the culture on NE Campus. Dalel Cortes,…

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TCC feedback requested for Web site’s redesign

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By André Green/reporter TCC’s home page is getting a makeover, and the designers want help. Starting Nov. 5, students and faculty can weigh…

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Group to learn benefits of laughter to reduce stress

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By Rylie Parkins/reporter The Women in New Roles and health services are sponsoring Laughing Your Way Through Stress. The seminar is open to…

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NW plans all-night vigil for veterans

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By Sarah McVean/reporter As part of the NW Campus 40th commemoration of 1967-1968, the campus will host an all-night candlelight vigil in honor…

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a pro who knows-Dr. Thomas Kemp shares advice on importance of building credit

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Dr. Thomas Kemp, department chair of business on NW Campus, shares his advice on the importance of building credit as a student and ways to do…

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PTK chapter looking for recyclables

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By Julissa Treviño/reporter South Campus’ Phi Theta Kappa Rho Chi Chapter will sponsor Texas Recycling Week Nov. 12-16. The campaign is…

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See, Mom; I was born that way

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Attention younger siblings: It’s not your fault that big brother or sis is so proficient and brainy; it’s just…

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SE to celebrate Dia de los Muertos

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By Britni Schneider/reporter Dia de los Muertos, a holiday celebrated by Spanish cultures, also will be recognized by TCC this year. The…

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Social angst dominates art content, artist says

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By Sarah McVean/reporter Growing up working in his father’s oil rig repair shop in Odessa, Nathan Orosco relies on his roots to produce his…

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South orchestra to play in TCU concert

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By Christopher Rincon South Campus orchestra students will participate in a free concert in Texas Christian University’s Ed Landreth…

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South to host chili cook-off at tech fair

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By Julissa Treviño/reporter The South Campus student chapter of the American Design Drafting Association will hold its second annual ADDA Chili…

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Streeeeeeeetching dollars eases stress

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By Rylie Parkins/reporter College is intended as a place to continue education and also have memorable experiences. These experiences are…

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Thistle Hill, Log Cabin Village provide paranormal experiences

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor (Final in a three-part series on haunted places in Tarrant County.) THISTLE HILL The colonial mansion…

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Cd Review-The Pipettes-We are the Pipettes

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor The Pipettes’ American debut, We are the Pipettes, is a fun album with heavy nostalgic beats. The…

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