‘Tis the season for sweets

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By Susan Tallant/reporter Nibble, crunch, chew, gnaw, chomp—all are ways to enjoy the all-American favorite treat—COOKIES. With…

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NE students learn by helping group in community

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By Kelsey Mobbs/reporter Students in Cindy Baw’s English classes and Lori Fowler’s sociology classes also learn outside the classroom. Each…

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Metroplex offering sparkling sights for holiday viewing

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By Katie Hudson-Martinez/feature editor Since the first electric Christmas lights were placed on a tree more than 100 years ago in the U.S.,…

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Opinion-No tolerance rule lacks tolerance

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To protect “young, impressionable” school children from danger, violence and other unpleasant things in society, some public schools have…

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American gangster trend growing in pop culture

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By Shamarcus Jackson/reporter Interest in American criminals such as Al Capone, Nikki Barns, John Gotti and Frank Lucas has expanded through film,…

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Photographers plan Tuscany, France courses

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By Patrick Cusack/reporter Tuscany and France are great places to explore photography, and next summer students will be given that chance to…

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A Pro Who Knows-Angela Neary

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Angela Neary, the department chair and assistant professor of health and physical education on NW Campus, explains ways to stay healthy and fit…

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Viewpoint-Rights carry over to holiday greeting

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor Rights are often the center of almost any good political discussion. But many people aren’t readily familiar with…

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Book Reviews-Queen of Babble & Queen of Babble in the Big City

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by Sara Pintilie entertainment editor Meg Cabot’s Queen of Babble and its sequel Queen of Babble in the Big City are engaging modern-day…

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Viewpoint-Santa list includes return of princess

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor I just want someone to hit me if one more time there is more coverage over Britney Spears’ divorce, rehab or…

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Movie Review-I’m Not There

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor I’m Not There, a stylized biopic of a man’s many personas, plays like a Bob Dylan song. It is off…

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CD Review-Britney Spears-Blackout

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By Sarah McVean/nw news editor In spite of all her personal exploits and turbulences, Britney Spears has managed to release an album. And much to…

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Wind alternative to fossil fuel

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By Nicole Laca/reporter In recent years, students may have noticed that environmental issues have become a top priority in U. S. society. Poor air…

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Sports Talk-Santa’s list should include Super trip for Boys

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By John Garces/sports editor Dear Santa: I’m writing you on behalf of all the sports fans in America. It’s a tough job, I know, but I…

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Chips off the old block provide icy wonderland

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By Crystal Sulak/reporter It may not snow much in the metroplex, but 2 million pounds of ice await visitors of all ages in…

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SE student shares lessons learned with weather victims

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By Charity Montieth/reporter Through the world of art, one student is making a difference in the lives of children—by helping them heal one…

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Movie Review-No Country for Old Men

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By Sara Pintilie/entertainment editor From the pages of Cormac McCarthy’s novel to the silver screen in the hands of the Coen brothers, No…

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South students lending helping hand to elderly, children

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By Nacole Battee/reporter Reaching out to its community, the African American Student Organization on South Campus is holding a sock drive for the…

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Dancers to show issues in routines

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By Julissa Treviño/reporter South Campus dancers will celebrate the end of the semester with a formal concert Dec. 7 and 8. The dance event,…

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Stress major problem with soldiers, prof says

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By Patrick Cusack/reporter Stress is a major factor in everyone’s life, and for those fighting overseas, it can get to the point where life…

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Election to determine millions of immigrants’ fate

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

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NE selects finalists for College Bowl

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By Lauren Jackson/reporter Love of trivia and lightning fast buzzer skills brought students to the College Bowl tryouts. Tryouts for the College…

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Strings to present Christmas concert

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By Gary Collins/reporter Country meets Christmas for a string concert this week. The 15th annual Country Strings Christmas & More Concert…

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Forensics team wins at regional meet

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By Chris Rincon/reporter NE forensics team returned home with several awards from its first appearance at the 33rd Annual Red River Swing Tournament…

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Gallery showing professor’s work

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By Tiffany Reed/reporter UTA professor Nicholas Wood shares RETURN/RESTART/RE-, some of his recent works of art with TCC students in the…

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Students cite differences for athlete’s steroid use

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By Matthew Tinonga/reporter It is no secret that steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs have impacted the sports world. Is there a bias…

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Golf passes to aid research

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By Benjamin Whiting/reporter The American Cancer Society is teaming up with golf courses across the southern United States to raise money for the…

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Teams dip, evade missiles in annual dodge ball games

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By John Garces/reporter The NE Campus dodge ball tournament was won by Team 2. The winning team comprises Tony Luscri, Luke Manthurutil,…

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Students question SE administrators

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By Shamarcus Jackson/reporter Students were ready with questions during two student forums on SE Campus Nov. 15, and administrators were ready with…

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Alcoholism in Society-20 years later: tales of survival, forgiveness

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By Mark Bauer/se news editor (Final part of a three-part series examining the ramifications of alcohol intemperance.) Joe Percefull fell into the…

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TCC organizations seek members, active participation

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By Nacole Battee/reporter Many TCC campus organizations struggle to keep students in the know about their particular student club. Surveys of TCC…

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Local band, Savor the Sky perform ice cream pop sound

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By Elissa Banfill/reporter A new sound in the local music scene is on the rise. Not just a typical garage band, Savor the Sky has a new…

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TCC tuning in students tuning in to iPods

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By André Green/managing editor TCC is joining an elite fraternity of colleges and universities with its latest venture into the cutting-edge…

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Time for thanks, remembrances

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief I know Thanksgiving was two weeks ago, but I just had to save my “I am thankful” column for this issue. I’ll…

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