April 18, 2012

News Briefs

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Students to be taught how to handle crises South Campus students and faculty can learn how to recognize and respond to emergency situations on TCC…

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Googlers’ research skills need honing

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Looking back now, it’s hard to remember a world without Google. The widely used search engine created in 1995 by two Stanford computer science…

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Trayvon’s shooter should go on trial

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The name Trayvon Martin should be familiar to everyone by now. If not, he was the Florida teen shot and killed on his way home from a convenience…

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Speaking in Tongues

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By Michael Magnus/reporter International flags and foreign art exhibits lined the walls of Center Corner during Speaking in Tongues: Contemporary…

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NE festival brings cultures together

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By Justin Gladney/reporter Henna, a multi-use Middle Eastern plant that has generated its own art form, was the subject of a NE Campus lecture…

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Tennis, racquetball to be played on NE

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By Eric Poe/sports editor NE Campus will hold its biannual tennis and racquetball tournaments 1-3 p.m. April 21. Each will take place on their…

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SE soccer hampered by 6 forfeits, yet 4 teams advance to semifinals

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By Eric Poe/ sports editor An abundance of clouds hovered over the SE Campus soccer field April 14, threatening to produce rain but never doing…

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Entertainment Briefs

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Recital held by NE music department The NE Campus music department will hold its annual Honors Recital April 24. The recital will be at 7:30…

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TR students’ artwork reflects themselves

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By Ashley Johnson/tr news editor Reflections from the River, a student art exhibit, is packed with sculptures, life-size portraits and photography…

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NW play portrays emotional themes, dark conflicts

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Theatre Northwest brings the story of a group of outcasts to the stage with SubUrbia by Eric Bogosian…

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SE students provide laughter, music with Forum

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Celebrating the musical drama’s 50th year, SE Campus will perform A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum…

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Entertainment Calender

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DANCE April 26 Can You Dance?, a dance competition on NW Campus, is open to all TCC students, faculty and staff. Contestants can choose their own…

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NE faculty demonstrate talent, passion at art center

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The NE Campus art faculty has gathered to exhibit personal art pieces at the Fort Worth Community Arts…

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Student gains citizenship, better life after 21 years

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By Elaine Bonilla/south news editor One South Campus student struggled to overcome the odds but never gave up when it came to getting an education…

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NW seminars focus on love of self, others

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Love will be in the air April 26 at the Love Conference on NW Campus. The conference, now in its fourth year, will begin at 8 a.m. in WSTU 1303…

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Conference organizer inspires dreams

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor A NW instructor walked to her car after work and saw a young couple a few feet ahead of her engaged in what…

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NE speaker discusses improving counselors’ self-care

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By Luan Nguyen/reporter A NE Campus audience was told the importance of self-care and the effect of fatigue, stress and burnout on counselors’…

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Students seeking education degrees get aid from children

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By Elaine Bonilla/south news editor Teachers influence and encourage children seven hours a day, and majoring in education is the foundation for…

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South discusses barriers to women’s success

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Women gathered on South Campus April 12 for Beauty Shop Confessions, a discussion on the barriers women face while trying to achieve their…

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Mental disorders disability, TCC support services apply

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By Justin Gladney People with mental disorders often are unaware of their rights under the law, a NE Campus audience was told April 5. “How…

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Help, word spread by financial aid director

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By Ali Sabir Good financial aid applicants are those who budget their money, pay their tuition and books up front and remain in their classes for…

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NW Health Fair goes big, hopes to double in size

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By Shirlett Warren A NW health and physical education instructor wants to double the number of vendors and participants for this year’s NW…

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TR government teacher outlines test-taking strategies

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By Amelia Smith Successful test taking can help students improve academically, a TR government instructor told about 20 TR students April…

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Storms can result in added strength

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In a perfect world, everything would be, well, perfect. But it is not always like that. College can be overwhelming, and, at times, the best one…

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Students’ wants in Vision ‘15

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor An outside contractor has finished surveying students and faculty on what the college can do with its buildings…

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Calm alert message may help

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The tornadoes that touched down in the Metroplex two weeks ago served as a wake-up call for many. It helped expose flaws in the campuses’ alert…

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Prehistoric art draws South teacher abroad

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The Paleolithic era is known for the massive amounts of technology and history derived from that period. The wheel. Fire. And art? When ice was…

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Subway could move into 4 campus kitchens in fall

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By Joshua Knopp and Shirlett Warren Subway sandwiches could be coming to all TCC campuses except for TR Campus if the board of trustees approves…

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Names & Events

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Now-April 19 The South Visions Unlimited program and social sciences department will sponsor Every Vote Counts 12:30-2 p.m. on the SSTU patio. They…

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Dumb posts ruin good futures

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Many people have posted something online and now regret it. Like feathers in the wind, once dispersed into the world, there is no taking our words or…

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