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Artist bringing his work to South

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By Andrea Cornett/reporter Drawings of bronze sculptures by a world-renowned artist grace the walls of the Carillon Gallery on South Campus…

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Viewpoint-Bad idea to revisit Fairness Doctrine

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By John Garces/reporter Imagine a world where all people with the ability to speak their minds for a living have the right to do just that,…

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Viewpoint-Congo crisis needs America’s attention

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By Alex Muhindura/ne news editor As news broke of another chapter unfolding in the bleak story of the Congo, I wondered how many people knew of the…

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Conserving the world’s energy starts at home

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By Katherine Ladd/reporter The bigger the carbon footprint, the bigger the impact on the environment, students learned at last week’s Energy…

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Dance concert offers diversity

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By Layne Rice/reporter Students have many opportunities to see different groups of people perform. The dance department on South Campus will…

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Dance students showcase talent in Friday recital

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By April Fuller/reporter The TCC NW Dance Company and Mosaic Dance Project will present Fall into Dance 1 p.m. Friday in WSTU 1303 on NW…

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Gaming generation gets hands-on experience

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By Gary Collins/managing editor TCC is stepping up to the challenge of educating students in technology. Last fall through the information…

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Gas-guzzling vehicles suffocate environment, speaker says

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By Angela Ortiz/reporter Vehicles have a large impact on energy, a South Campus instructor told Energy Technology Fair participants Nov.…

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Global warming a global issue

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By Angela Ortiz/reporter The U.S. public is confused about what global warming is, a NE Campus dean told audience members Nov. 13 on South…

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Judge sides with TCC

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By Chris Webb/editor-in-chief A judge ruled that Chancellor Leonardo de la Garza can stay in his job while an open meetings lawsuit against him…

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Knights ride off to win NE title

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By John Harden/sports editor For the Knights to advance to the TCC District Cup Championship in flag football, they first had to slay the…

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Opinion-Laws shouldn’t blame fast food

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Americans pride themselves on being a nation of freedom with freedom of religion, press and speech. Americans also have the freedom to eat what they…

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Performer to teach NE hip-hop class

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By Aliza Hashmani/reporter Students can work off final exam frustrations next week with a hip-hop class taught by a nationally known…

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My town not what it used to be

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By Chris Webb/editor-in-chief Every town has its own distinct flavor. The people, schools, architecture and festivities establish a unique feel…

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Counselor tells NE students about addiction

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By Andrew Good/reporter A serious look was taken Nov. 13 into the complex, but treatable plight of society known as chemical addiction. Dr. Hadi…

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NE drama students reach out to kids

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By Alex Muhindura/ne news editor The NE Campus theatre was packed with dozens of anxious kindergartners as the majority of them awaited a new…

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NE musicians plan free country concert

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By Evan Powell/reporter Love hearing country music live in concert? The NE Campus music department is inviting all teachers and students to…

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NE trotting for turkeys

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By John Harden/sports editor NE Campus held its sixth annual Turkey Trot a week before Thanksgiving, and directors of the event saw student…

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New IT program offers six classes

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GAME 1304 Level Design is a three-hour course introducing the concepts and tools used to create games and simulation. GAME 1403 Introduction to…

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NW drama mixes music with laughter in Dear Edwina

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By Micki Houk/reporter Music, laughter, good humor and a good message about a little girl and her unique and funny friends will visit Theatre…

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Professor adding score composer to list of accomplishments

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By Shay Freeman/reporter The story of how boarding schools tried to erase Native American culture has become a film helped by a SE Campus…

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Professors perform flute recital

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By Steve Knight/reporter Students and faculty were treated to a recital of flute music performed by Erich Tucker, TCC adjunct professor of music,…

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A Pro Who Knows-Lilian Mabry

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By Gary Collins/managing editor Lilian Mabry, NE Campus counselor, offers students a few test-taking tips before the fall final exams. What is…

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Racers raise food for charity

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By Jonathan Resendez/reporter Droves of South Campus students and faculty from all ends of the spectrum came out to participate in this…

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SE dancers ready fall performance

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By Shay Freeman/reporter SE Campus dance students will showcase their talent and skills during two performances this week. The evening will…

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SE defeats South, NE to win district title

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By John Harden/sports editor SE’s flag football championship team, AK, beat the South and NE teams to win the TCC District Cup…

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SE English professor dies of cancer

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By Frances Matteck/nw news editor Dr. Anamaria Shaw was a loving mother, extraordinary teacher and active combatant in the fight against…

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Seminar discusses losing holiday weight

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By April Fuller/reporter TCC students and faculty gathered Nov. 20 in the NE Campus Galley to “lunch ’n learn” about overcoming weight-loss…

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SE professor chosen for art project

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor Fort Worth streets have become more than plain concrete within the past four years. Mosaics have decorated…

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SE student returning to school after 30 years gets award

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By Shay Freeman/reporter SE Campus student Regina Thompson believes it is never too late to pursue an education. After being laid off from…

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Expert urges South students to save money

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By Andrea Cornett/reporter Students should start saving now, a financial consultant said recently. Primerica’s regional manager Everrett Cole…

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South takes District volleyball honor

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By John Harden/sports editor The SE Tigers and NW Jokesters each managed to blow away their opponents in their campus volleyball tournaments…

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Stitzel leading South Campus jazz students, lab bands

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By Andrea Cornett/reporter Increasing student enrollment in South Campus jazz studies accounts for three performing jazz bands and an annual…

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South seminar shows how to cope with stress

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By Katherine Ladd/reporter Even though everyone experiences stress, how one chooses to react determines whether the stress is good or bad. When…

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Students register in droves, seats fill for spring classes

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by Jonathan Resendez and Gary Collins With spring classes filling up quickly, students who have not yet registered are encouraged to do so while…

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Former alumna rises to state senate

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By Frances Matteck/nw news editor Twenty-four years ago, a single mom working two jobs started her college career at Tarrant County Junior…

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Test time sends students into frenzy

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By Alex Muhindura/ne news editor It’s a Thursday in early December as the empty seats fill with frightened freshmen. Students trudge in as if…

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CD Review-The Cure-4:13 Dream

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By Alex Muhindura/reporter Singer Robert Smith’s unique voice valiantly attempts to rescue the bland and formulaic musical arrangements with mixed…

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Trinity River Campus approaches debut ahead of time

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By Chris Webb/editor-in-chief The Trinity River Campus has gone through numerous changes since TCC’s acquisition of the property in June and…

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Movie Review- Twilight

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor Arizona girl Bella Swan moves to Forks, Wash., after deciding to let her mother travel the country with her…

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Undefeated Tigers battle way into district volleyball tourney

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By John Harden/sports editor The SE Tigers dominated the SE volleyball tournament as a result of good chemistry and a well-rounded knowledge…

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Upcoming celebration brings together choirs

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By Elaine Souza/reporter NE Campus Collegiate Chorale and the newly formed Community Chorus will present Midwinter Celebration 8 p.m. Thursday…

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