What drives our leaders

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief When students enter the office of most U.S. campus presidents, they find a married, graying white man, at least 50…

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Board changes adjunct plan

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By Susan Tallant/reporter Effective Jan. 1, 2008, new part-time TCCD employees will be enrolled in the FICA Alternative Retirement Plan without an…

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Celebrities visit Sundance for films

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Reviews by Sara Pintilie/reporter The first annual Lone Star International Film Festival was held in Sundance Square Nov. 7-11. The event…

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Opinion-Writers demanding pay, respect

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About 12,000 members of the Writers Guild of America went on strike early in November when a compromise could not be reached with the Alliance of…

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Protest art promoted

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/reporter With Barnett Shale gas company representatives flooding North Texas neighborhoods and wells being drilled by…

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A Pro Who Knows-Michael Eason

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MICHAEL EASON, a licensed professional counselor on SE Campus, shares his professional advice on the realities of holiday blues and ways to avoid…

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Viewpoint-Celebs just like us, except for salaries

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor During the Lone Star International Film Festival, I stood on the stairway of the AMC in Sundance Square…

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Team Five lands on top in NW play

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By Benjamin Whiting/reporter It hit the NBA first, but basketball fever has now spread to the NW Campus as well in this year’s intramural…

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Viewpoint-Cell phone-free lane lessens frustrations

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By David Boyd/reporter In recent years, state and local governments have attempted to win support for toll roads in an effort to relieve traffic…

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South winners Gobble Wobble

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1st Place Overall Runner (13:18) Jay Iorizzio, 1st Place Overall Walker (22:45) Edward Graves 1st Place Male Runner (18-35) Jay Iorizzio, 2nd…

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Movie Review-The Martian Child

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor Though Martian Child, directed by Manolete’s Menno Meyjes, becomes too warm and fuzzy for its own…

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Opera, slam to end events for festival

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By Gary Collins/reporter The NE Campus Shakespeare festival will close with a festival day Saturday, Dec. 1, 2-10 p.m. Events will take place…

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Club to hold festival

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By Gary Collins/reporter The NE speech and debate club invites the public to celebrate the season with TCC’s Holiday Festival on NE Campus,…

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Complete works abridged for NE Shakespeare tribute

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By Chris Rincon/reporter The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged, a parody of the Bard’s famous plays, will close the NE Campus…

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Fall 2008 Exam Schedule

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Final examination periods will be a maximum of one hour and fifty minutes, and examinations will be conducted in the rooms where classes regularly…

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Festival showcases foreign cinema

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Reviews by Julissa Treviño/reporter My Brother Is an Only Child (4 stars) Directed By Daniele Luchetti Starring Elio Germano and Riccardo…

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SE art teachers exhibit work

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By Kristine Behrhorst/reporter Subject to Change, a SE Campus art exhibit, features works by Dana Ferrara and John Phillips, both SE assistant…

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Contenders debate medical treatment, health insurance

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

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Ashley aHead of the game for Hollywood’s walk of fame

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor Ashley Head packed up and moved to Los Angeles in 2002 with $60 and a dream. Now the former TCC…

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Instructor moves program digitally

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By Gary Collins/ne news editor The digital revolution has reached NE Campus. The photography department is seeking photographers for PHTC…

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It’s a dog’s life for Sylvia

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By Randi Johnson/reporter Once the honeymoon is over and the kids have grown and moved away, juggling marriage, work and bills can be a task…

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Mentor important bond, speaker says

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By Kristine Behrhorst/reporter As a young person and even as an adult, few bonds are more influential than those of a mentor, a TCC administrator…

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South Wobble awards honors

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By Julissa Treviño/reporter Jay Iorizzio won first place overall runner in the South Campus Gobble Wobble race, coming in at 13 minutes 18…

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Millennials 101 for boomers, Xers

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Attention boomers and gen Xers: the time has come to learn about a new breed we have created. A breed that…

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Alcoholism in society-Texas laws crack down on DWIs; costs rise each offense

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor (Part two of a three-part series examining the ramifications of alcohol intemperance.) About three in every…

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Nature has its way

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor The deer and the antelope played in the sprawling prairie land of Fort Worth as recently as 150 years…

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What a catchy game

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By John Garces/sports editor SE Campus walked away district champs in the first-annual TCC district flag football championships on Nov.…

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Professor looks at Bard’s humor

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By Crystal Sulak/reporter “Comedy is not just humor. Enemies become friends; lovers get together to make love,” an English professor told NE…

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NE students take learning to hospital

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/reporter One of the fastest growing allied health careers is surgical technology, and its demand is expected to grow as…

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Seminar covers global skills for jobs

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By Vania Castillo/reporter Students interested in International careers should begin preparing with cultural skills needed to become successful…

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NE trots for food bank, prizes

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By John Garces/reporter Ben Barnard, Brooke Craddock, Jose Valverde and Betty Hawk trotted to victory in the NE Campus turkey trot Nov.…

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NFL network benefits league pockets, not fans

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By John Garces/sports editor One of the biggest games in recent Cowboys history will take place tomorrow, but, thanks to a scheduling quirk, few…

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NW play spoofs bard actor

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor Theatre Northwest takes a new spin on Shakespeare with I Hate Hamlet, opening tonight. The play is based on…

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Shepherds find thief in play

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor Children and parents alike can enjoy the physical comedy and the humorous plot of The Sheep Thief on SE Campus…

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Average age older, studies indicate

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By Alvis Allen/reporter Are you or is someone you know a working older adult who’s thinking about returning to college to obtain a higher…

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Office for students

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/reporter College students are being offered an opportunity to buy Microsoft Office Ultimate, a software program normally…

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