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CD Review-Jimmy Eat World-Chase This Light

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By Sarah McVean/reporter The same flow of guitars and drums is continued into Jimmy Eat World’s sixth studio album Chase This Light. The…

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Alcoholism in society

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By Mark Bauer/reporter (Part one of a three-part series examining the ramifications of alcohol intemperance.) The social ills concerning the…

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A pro who knows-Trina Patterson

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Trina Patterson, director of financial aid on NW Campus, shares her advice on how to obtain financial aid. Q: How much money is available for…

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Area high schools get fast admission

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief It pays to have connections, at least for graduates at eight area high schools because of a new program to help…

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Opinion-Change policy to avoid WWIII

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The three words no one on Planet Earth wants to hear are World War III. Yet during a recent press conference, President Bush decided to forgo…

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Concentration on student success leads to teaching award

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor (Final in a four-part series on faculty winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual award…

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DMN columnist explains Mexican tradition

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By Gabrielle Traylor/reporter SE Campus visitors passed around fake skulls and artifacts from ancient Mexican traditions when Mercedes Olivera,…

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Laughter can ease stress, nurse says

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By Rylie Parkins/reporter Stress is the body’s natural reaction to tension, pressure and change. While stress is inevitable, there are a…

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Museum exhibit explores abstracts

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By Julissa Treviño/south news editor Declaring Space, the current exhibit at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, can be defined by its…

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Music classes combine for semester concerts

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By Mark Bauer/reporter If SE students are stressed by finals, they might find relief to the tune of good music. As part of a concert that is…

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NE chess board student gathering spot

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By Toni Magee/reporter Have you ever had spare time in between your classes but could not find anything to keep you occupied? Well, how about…

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NE speech students to illustrate talents

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Speech and debate students invite the community to join them this week on NE Campus for two events to showcase…

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NE WINR forum to discuss mentors

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By Kristine Berhorst/reporter As a young person and even as an adult, few bonds are more influential than those of a mentor. For that reason, Women…

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NW seminar examines post traumatic stress

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By Patrick Cusack/reporter Many veterans from wars such as Vietnam returned with honors as well as psychological disorders, and the present-day…

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Movie Review-Lions for Lambs

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Robert Redford’s Lions for Lambs is among the slew of political films this year, and though…

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Professor brings presidential election closer to home

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By André Green/managing editor If you could ask a presidential candidate one question, what would it be? That is what CNN, YouTube and now SE…

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Pro shows keen points to athletes

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By John Garces/reporter TCC students with an interest in racquetball learned some finer points of the game from a pro Nov. 6. Dave Ragsdale, a…

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Rangers prepare to welcome new teammates

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By Benjamin Whiting/reporter The MLB offseason has officially begun, and the Texas Rangers have a number of questions to address, either through…

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Remember furry family this year

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief I can’t believe the Christmas season is already here, seems like just last week we were buying textbooks and…

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SE to host meal for shelter residents

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor “It is more blessed to give than to receive,” and SE Campus is doing its part to give. For more than a decade,…

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Several district art show winners recognized

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Winners are continuing to be announced in the TCC Student Art Competition, featuring works by students on all campuses. The full exhibition of 52…

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CD Review-The soundtrack to the film Across the Universe

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By Julissa Treviño/reporter Remaking Beatles songs is not only ambitious, but also presumably challenging. The soundtrack to the film…

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Sports Talk-Sports world gives fans reasons to be thankful

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By John Garces/sports editor With Thanksgiving fast approaching, it’s time to once again show gratitude for all the things we’re thankful for in…

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Viewpoint-Tarrant needs boost to different mind-set

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By Julissa Treviño/reporter With its strong arts community, the idea that Tarrant County is one of the most conservative counties in Texas had not…

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Textbook shopping tips can keep money from flying

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By Kenneth Gutierrez/reporter Spring, summer and fall—’tis the season not to be jolly at Tarrant County College but to buy books. Yes, another…

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Top 2008 presidential candidates voice stances on education

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By Chris Webb/reporter (Part one of a three-part series looking at presidential campaign issues. This week, The Collegian looks at…

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Viewpoint-United they stand; drillers back down

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor Leasing mineral rights is a hot topic around Texas, and the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex is no…

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Users weigh drug’s risks, benefits

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor Much like athletes competing for a position on a professional sports team, students looking to enter colleges…

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