Ancient images explored on SE

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor\ Susan Harrington: A Long History of Meaning pools ancient images, children, animals, Chinese hairstyles, felt and…

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Modern fairytale hits, misses in real world

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The new adaptation of the classic Grimms’ fairy tale “Snow White” is told through the evil…

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SE instructor’s campaign draws students’ support

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor A SE Campus government instructor has filed to run for a single-member Arlington city council seat in the city’s…

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Gilbert, Sullivan operettas get new costumes, era for NE performance

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By Cody Daniels/reporter A modern twist on selections from three Gilbert and Sullivan operettas will be performed April 13 and 14 on NE…

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South produces Antigone with ancient techniques

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By Elaine Bonilla/south news editor South Campus’ Carillon Theatre is wrapping up Women’s History Month with the play Antigone, written by the…

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Domestic abuse gets only one chance, South Campus counselor instructs

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By Anthony Thompson/reporter South students learned that repeated abuse does not have to happen during How to Prevent Relationship Abuse March…

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Entertainment Calender

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Dance April 13-14 The TCC Northwest Dance Company is hosting Momentum: Raising the Barre, a spring formal dance concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Fort…

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New site helping with career search

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor A new service on TCC’s website allows current and prospective students access to local job and career…

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South to hold auto show April 14

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South Campus’ automotive department will host the Painless Performance Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Regional Engine Challenge and the Arlington Area…

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Chemistry requirements touted as SE students balk at lab hour rule

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Mandatory lab time requirements on SE Campus and new districtwide prerequisites are impacting math students. To…

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TREE hosts college prom to remember, form newer, better memories of formals

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If students missed the chance to go to their high school prom, Trinity River Equality in Education is giving them a second chance April…

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South counselor helps students create successful degree plans

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By Zaman Fabela/reporter If students are wondering if they are in the right class, the answer might be found in the cheat sheet of counselors and…

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Pell Grant cuts may leave some without summer school funding

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By Elaine Bonilla/south news editor The federal government made several changes affecting financial aid in the past year, including cutting Pell…

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Women’s Symposium comes to South

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By David Etley/reporter The South Campus Student Center was alive with activity March 31 for the 11th Women’s Symposium sponsored by Women in…

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TR reveals performing arts talents

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TR Campus kicked off a monthlong performing arts series with Speech Night April 4 before students compete in a national competition. TR student…

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Poetry act of discovery, speaker tells NE

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By Kenney Kost/reporter Literature flourishes among society in families and relationships and throughout daily lives. This sentiment and others…

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Domestic abuse hard to leave, speaker says

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By Justin Gladney/reporter Mary Lee Hafley, CEO of SafeHaven of Tarrant County, and TCC student Ana, a domestic abuse survivor who did not use her…

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Students learn to use time more effectively in South workshop

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By Miranda Workman/reporter Balancing family, school and work can be difficult, but a South Campus audience was shown April 3 how to use their…

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Faculty vote disapproval of common textbook plan

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor TCC faculty members overwhelmingly condemned the administration’s movement toward common course textbooks in a…

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Letter to the Editor

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Dear Editor of The Collegian, I acknowledge and appreciate how students with disabilities at the NW and TR campuses are being helped to…

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SE club to host healthy eating camp for children

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Parents who want to teach their children how to choose the right kinds of foods, learn to prepare a healthy lunch and show them that exercise can be…

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South talks about degree struggles

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By Jenna McLaughlin/reporter An interactive panel discussion was held on South Campus March 28 to help motivate students about pursuing and…

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Instructors bringing native undergrowth, wildlife back to SE

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Imagine for a moment, instead of a well-manicured, grass-laden, weed-free landscape, that visitors on SE Campus…

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Pepper-sprayed for a reason

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A great outcry arose this last week defending the students pepper-sprayed at a Santa Monica community college board meeting in…

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Names & Events

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Velocity, the South Campus dance ensemble, represented TCC at the South Central Regional American College Dance Festival hosted by Texas A&M…

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Options for owners keep animals safe

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Recently at an express service center of an Irving dealership, I was forced to slam on my brakes as a Calico kitten ran in front of my car and into…

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NE will hold annual Springtime Sprint 5K

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By Eric Poe/sports editor Physical fitness and philanthropy will be combined April 20 during NE Campus’ annual Springtime Sprint 5K. The race…

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South talks about degree struggles

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By Jenna McLaughlin/reporter An interactive panel discussion was held on South Campus March 28 to help motivate students about pursuing and…

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Student loses sight, keeps desire for new experiences

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By David Reid/reporter When E.T. Baltimore wakes up, she does not see what the normal person would see. She sees light, movement and nothing else.…

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Knowledge reduces panic too

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Information is a powerful thing. When someone neglects to share information with others that pertains to their well-being, things get…

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Students, staff adopt dogs, discuss no-kill issues

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A group of animals found new homes from a TR Campus pet adoption as Fort Worth citizens debate the larger issue of whether to euthanize…

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Favorite emerges on SE for intramural soccer title

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By Eric Poe/sports editor April 7 saw the second and final round of games in the run-up to the SE intramural soccer tournament starting April…

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Man arrested on South after kidnap attempt

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor A 20-year-old male is being held in a Tarrant County jail after he was charged with an attempted kidnapping that…

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The Collegian editor-in-chief wins top statewide honor

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The Collegian’s editor-in-chief Bethany Peterson was named the state’s community college journalist of the…

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Sports Calendar

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April 14 SE Campus intramural soccer will be played at 10 a.m. on the football field. April 17 NW flag football will begin play at 3:30 p.m. on the…

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6 SE students, faculty need further TB testing

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Six SE Campus students and faculty will receive more testing to determine if they have active…

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NW Campus marks Earth Day with food, eco-friendly events

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Dozens of balloons filled with wildflower seeds will be released in the air on NW Campus April 19 in honor of Earth Day. When they pop, the seeds…

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NE, NW come together in volleyball challenge

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By Eric Poe/sports editor To be the best, you have to beat the best. That is what NE Volleyball Club coach Neal Dao plans to do when his team…

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Sequel of remake surprisingly passable

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Wrath of the Titans is supposed to be a bad movie, but it refuses. The movie picks up 10 years after Clash of the Titans with Perseus (Sam…

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Students, faculty on SE share storm experiences

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Sirens wailed at SE Campus, just a few miles from the tornado that touched down near Interstate 20 in southwest…

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TCC survives storms, tornadoes

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief While the tornadoes and storms April 3 did not damage any TCC campuses, it did reveal a glitch in the…

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