February 15, 2012

African-American history celebrated in SE gallery

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor A giant brown paper bag sits in Art Corridor II on SE Campus. For something as simple as a paper bag, it…

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Students to learn tips on test-taking skills

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Students will learn ways to “Work Smarter, Not Harder” at a NE Campus presentation Feb. 22. NE counselor Anita Peters will present the…

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Sports traditions form bonds

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Sports and tradition go together like PB&J. From the opening ceremonies of the Olympics to the Chicago Cubs not winning the World Series year…

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NW volleyball contest won by Kiss My Pass

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NW Campus served up some volleyball action Feb. 7-8 with its biannual tournament. Kiss My Pass swept the three-team field, winning all four of its…

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Safety-conscious racer cruises on Arlington streets

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Every Wednesday night, SE student Wyatt Sloan meets with a mix of 100 motorcyclists and drivers in Arlington to ride…

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Sports Calendar

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Feb. 17 NE Campus’ basketball league will start in the gym. Games will be played 2-4 p.m. Feb. 25-26 The Cowtown Marathon will take place in…

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TCC Police Blotter

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Feb. 4 A traffic stop on South Campus resulted in an arrest on outstanding warrants from other agencies. Feb. 6 A student reported having a…

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Wall honors SE veterans

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A place of honor will be given to SE Campus veterans during the Veterans’ Wall of Honor ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception at 1 p.m. Feb. 20 in…

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SE dodgeball tournament won in sudden death play

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By Amelia Smith/reporter Dodgeballs went flying Feb. 10 in the SE Campus gymnasium as 10 teams and 55 participants competed in the school’s…

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Rampart goes deep into dark world of corrupt LA officer, trying to stay on top

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Just coming out of the Los Angeles riots and into the heart of the Rampart scandal that dealt with crooked…

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Edwardian ghost story mixes simple plot, disturbing visuals, good horror

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor It might be prudent to include in The Woman in Black’s DVD features a sound byte of a frat-boy shouting “Use…

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Drama alumnus stars in Dallas theater production

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By Michael Magnus/reporter TCC alumnus Lloyd Harvey is taking the stage in Take Me Out. In his breakthrough role with Dallas’ Uptown Players,…

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Entertainment Calendar

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MUSIC Feb. 16 David Yeomans, professor emeritus at Texas Woman’s University, will discuss and perform examples from the Czech piano repertory…

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The Piano Lesson teaches culture, history on South

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor The story of an African-American family struggling to survive in a world that doesn’t support its culture…

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Health director talks insulin, prevention

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Diabetes is a growing cause of death, the diabetes community health director from John Peter Smith Hospital said Feb. 8. Toya Norton explained the…

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Entrepreneurs learn confidence, business plans

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The most important and overlooked obstacles facing would-be entrepreneurs are lack of confidence in themselves and in their business ideas, a South…

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Diabetes information shared during speech

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Information on how to prevent and treat diabetes will be available on South Campus Feb. 15. Toya Norton, diabetes community health director at…

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Students all perfect for PTK’s webinar

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Students stressed about upcoming tests or fretting about assignments can find help on SE Campus. The author of three academic advice books will give…

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NW students to make camp for class

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor NW Campus geology students seeking to appreciate the outdoors and learn basic survival skills can join a…

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NE Campus taking month to heart, belly

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Hearty food and healthy lessons were both on the menu Feb. 7 at the NE Campus presentation Heart Healthy for People on the Move. To observe…

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Students advised to apply early for foundation scholarships

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By Willie Robinson/reporter Applications for an estimated 200 TCC Foundation scholarships for 2012-13 are available online. Scholarships are…

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NE to focus on Texas activists

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After spending a week studying the civil rights movement in an intensive study over the summer, history instructor Tramaine Anderson was inspired to…

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Former mayor presents memoir at SE seminar

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In celebration of Black History Month, a former Arlington mayor will present Counting My Blessings Feb. 23 on SE Campus. Elzie Odom will…

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SE Campus to host mentoring summit for students

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By Ali Sabir/reporter Community professionals will reach out to SE Campus students through the In Pursuit of Excellence Mentoring Summit 8:30…

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Names & Events

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Now-Feb. 24 SE Campus’ literary publication, The Compass, is accepting submissions for the magazine. Categories include poetry, short stories,…

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Students learn early warning signs of Alzheimer’s

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S. with as many as 5.4 million Americans…

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Never too old for toys

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor A NE art teacher is doing his part to preserve history in his spare time – one antiquity at a time. Paul…

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New walkway connects TR overflow, campus

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TR Campus overflow parking, which had required students to walk up Mills, Peach and Henderson streets to get to the campus, now has a walkway leading…

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TCC police officer killed in accident

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Sgt. Lavern James, the police supervisor on TRE Campus, died in a head-on collision in Archer County Feb. 7 while returning home from a funeral in…

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College to help train American Airlines’ laid-off employees

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief When American Airlines lays off 13,000 workers as part of its bankruptcy reorganization, some will find their…

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Hard work trumps limited vision

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Most people who attend colleges or universities can clearly enter and exit the schools with a level of…

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Black History Month Calendar

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Now-Feb. 29 The Tarrant County Black Historical and Genealogical Society artifact display is in the Jenkins Garrett Library on South Campus. For more…

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Effective studying doesn’t mean losing out on sleep, psychology professor says

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By Amelia smith/reporter Successful study strategies can help students improve academically, a psychology professor told about 80 SE students Feb.…

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First black pro racer to speak

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The first African-American to qualify and compete in the Indianapolis 500 will talk to students on NW and SE campuses Feb. 16. In honor of…

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Speaker discusses stem cells on NE

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By Sam Brouse/reporter A geneticist spoke about the greatest advancements in the history of scientific development Feb. 8 on NE Campus. Sam…

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Speech discusses hunger, poverty

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By Brian Scott/reporter For most people, the idea of coming home to a pantry full of food or a hot meal isn’t very far-fetched. For others,…

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