Victims’ Rights-NW student faces life as single parent after shooting

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By Martina Treviño/nw news editor (Final in a four-part series on victims’ rights.) One random act of violence forever changed Maria…

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NW drama captures emotions of mentally challenged

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By Terra Aiken/reporter Four mentally challenged men living in a group home, try to make sense of a mixed-up-world with help from their social…

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Allergy season hits eyes, nose, throat

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By Thenisha Smith/reporter Your eyes itch, your nose runs, your throat is scratchy, you’re sneezing and covered in hives. Is it a cold … the…

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CD Review-James Morrison-Undiscovered

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by Isaiah Smith Entertainment editor British newcomer James Morrison hops the pond with his debut album Undiscovered. The rough, raw…

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NW dancers to show styles

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By Terra Aiken/reporter NW dancers will illustrate their talent in Assorted Pieces Friday, May 4. This dance concert will feature a variety of…

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Democrats hold town hall on South

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Democratic leaders urged party members to support their party and gather more members during a Town Hall Meeting on South Campus April 12. “…

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NW court battles leave Jimenez as tennis champ

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By Chris Cates/sports editor Stacie Hayden, third place winner in the NW Campus Intramural Tennis competition April 20, serves to her…

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Dancers to perform works

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Students can attend Dance A-Live, a performance of studio dance class works, 8-9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 5, in NE Playhouse. Tara Munjee, NE…

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NW student artists applauded

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By Martina Treviño/nw news editor G. Scot Stephens won Best of Show recently in the NW campus 32nd Annual Visual Arts Students Juried…

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Longer life can mean reversal of roles for parent/child

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By Cindy Reed/reporter (Part two in a three-part series on the Sandwich Generation—when the role of a family member changes to accommodate…

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Counselors stand ready to help depressed students cope

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By Mark Bauer/reporter As students mourn and struggle to cope with the shootings that rocked the Virginia Tech University campus last week,…

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Viewpoint-VT incident should serve as wake-up call for security

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By André Green/se news editor The murderer who stalked the Virginia Tech campus killing random victims had neither rhyme nor reason for his…

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Kudos to the protectors in blue

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief They have a job that will never make them rich. They are laughed at, called pig and cursed for giving a…

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Community leader joins TCC administration as liaison

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By Ashley Cole/reporter Gary Cumbie sees the new Tarrant County College downtown campus as a focal point for the city and a bridge to the…

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Opinion-Tragedy unites U.S. once more

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When tragedy strikes, Americans have a way of coming together. This unity offers comfort and support that ultimately leads to a sense of…

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Salzburg deadline nears for students

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By Kendra Decker/reporter TCC’s Student International Travel Study Program will accept applications through May 31 for the fall 2007 trip…

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Time-saving lifestyle creating more stress

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By Keisha McDuffie/ne news editor Although it is one of the most wasted, bought, abused, stolen and sought-after assets, when used properly and…

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Children to help SE celebrate May

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By André Green/se news editor SE Campus will celebrate May Day with the collaboration of the student activities and students and teachers from…

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Movie Review-The Hoax

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By Devin Rodgers/reporter The Hoax is an amusing way to spend eight bucks and two hours at the movies, and on top of it all, it can keep a firm…

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Test helps match personality to job

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By Steven Long/reporter Finding a job that fits one’s personality will aid in career success a NW Campus outplacement counselor said last…

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Center gives phone interview aid

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By Matt Tinonga/reporter Practice is the best preparation for a telephone interview, a SE coordinator said last week. Monica Bettle of the SE…

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TCC revisits security after Virginia tragedy

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By Charity Montieth/managing editor The Virginia Tech massacre has sent shock waves across college campuses all over the country, leaving many…

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HEB to pamper cancer survivors with beauty day

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Breast cancer patients can receive a day of free treatments April 27 that do not require doctors. Harris Methodist HEB Hospital and Macy’s at…

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Students to celebrate with kite-flying skills

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SE Campus student activities will celebrate Arbor Day and Earth Day with Let’s Go Fly a Kite on the North Lawn, Friday, April 27, 11:30 a.m.-1…

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Real body exhibit takes visitors beyond skin deep of anatomy

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By Sara Pintilie/reporter An exhibit of real preserved bodies is at the Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas until May 28. The Dallas…

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Festival brings artists, entertainment, family fun to area

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By Kenneth Gutierrez/reporter Showcasing the best of Texas and the world’s talent in art, crafts, live entertainment, street performers and…

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SE music sets multiple events

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By Isaiah Smith/entertainment editor If students aren’t leaving campus this semester to the tune of good grades, at least they will be able to…

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Strings prepare for concert

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By Amanda Alcover-Migura/reporter The Country Strings ensemble of NE Campus will present The People’s Choice concert Saturday, May 5. The…

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District selects 10 for summer study

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By Kendra Decker/reporter Ten students have been selected districtwide for the second annual Salzburg Seminar in Austria. The Austria-bound…

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Author details Mississippi integration

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By Amanda Alcover-Migura/reporter America is experiencing an insoluble moral dilemma, a noted historian told a NE Campus audience April…

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Sports Talk-Robinson deserves more than a day

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By Chris Cates/sports editor Legend Jackie Robinson was honored with Jackie Robinson Day April 15, the 60th anniversary of his first…

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Society coping with many facets of terrorism, violence

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By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor Terrorism has many faces and manifestations, but the result is always grief and loss. For many, terrorism…

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SE students learn employment tips

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By Kendra Ludwick/reporter Promptness, proper attire and preparation are keys to a successful job fair experience, SE students leaned…

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Putting off creates missed opportunities

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By Gary Collins/reporter In my desk buried under a couple hundred used sheets of paper, I have a small copy of The Merriam-Webster Dictionary. On…

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District offers format options for course

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By Susan Tallant/editor-in-chief Summer enrollment is here, and students can earn summer credit from the comfort of home or from most anywhere else…

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CD Review-Lloyd Banks-Rotten Apple

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By Isaiah Smith/Entertainment editor G-Unit member Lloyd Banks further solidifies his status as a solo artist with his sophomore solo-album Rotten…

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