January 28, 2009

Valentines still spell “I Love You!”

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By Josh Fritze/reporter Back To the Fifties For those who can remember, Valentine’s Day in the 1950s offered a mix of dread and anticipation…

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Viewpoint-Debate continues over Bush’s tenure

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor Former President George W. Bush left the Capitol recently, ducking out quietly amidst the joy that had…

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Opinion-Drug war rages on our doorstep

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A man is found with his hands severed. Bodies are found decapitated. Severed heads are found in sewage canals. Gunmen target police officers…

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Viewpoint-Bailout won’t solve irresponsible choices

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By Gary Collins/reporter Oh, how the mighty have fallen. The once-mighty billion dollar U.S. auto industry is in deep, deep debt. After…

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Viewpoint-Blind love dangerous, unwise

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief Last week, a 24-year-old woman moved in with her 55-year-old fiancée. The age difference alone provokes a…

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Expert to speak on war trauma

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By John Garces/ne news editor NE Campus will hold a seminar next week dealing with the effects of military deployment on the family members and…

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Secret shoppers award bookstores high scores

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief Every TCC campus has its own bookstore, and most students make their way there eventually whether it be for…

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District battles blood shortage

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By John Garces/reporter All TCC campuses are once again doing their part to help with the shortage of blood by sponsoring blood drives this…

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South stages monthlong series of events on global awareness

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor Celebrating Black History Month will not be the only focal point of February at TCC. South Campus will…

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Heart authority discusses healthy habits, lifestyle

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By John Garces/reporter NE Campus health services will host the Heart Healthy Luncheon 12:30-1:30 p.m. Feb. 12 in NSTU Center Corner. Dr.…

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Seminar to offer ideas for aspiring entrepreneurs

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By Elaine Souza/reporter Women open businesses twice as often as men, and owning a business can give women the freedom to work at home so they can…

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NE science students leave classroom for West field trip

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By Angel Torres/reporter The common description of a classroom does not include being surrounded by all kinds of animals like snakes that cannot…

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True TCC Experience

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By Teri Ragone/reporter From personal experience, I know how helpful and hardworking the DSS office personnel are. I have a short-term memory…

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DSS provides aid for special student needs

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By Teri Ragone/reporter Students with disabilities can find an advocate and assistance on any TCC campus. Disability support services ensures…

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Financial aid deadline approaching

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By Andrea Cornett/reporter Although most students begin college in the fall semester, spring financial aid applications are the most crucial for…

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CLEP testing jump-starts college credits

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By Johnathan Resendez/south news editor College students can take CLEP examinations for certain classes, which can save hundreds of dollars and…

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Artists teach printmaking

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By Jennifer Covington/reporter South Campus art students had an opportunity Thursday to learn printmaking from two working artists, Jennifer Caine…

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College dangers subject of SE talks

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor The SE Campus counseling center will host a series of Student Enrichment seminars Feb. 4 through March 10 to…

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Movie Review-The Wrestler

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor Mickey Rourke gives a powerfully haunting performance in The Wrestler and carries a movie that would have…

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CD Review-The Knux-Remind Me In 3 Days

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor The Knux’s debut album Remind Me In 3 Days is the most eclectic mix of quality music put out in the past…

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Some careers more stable during recession

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By Steve Knight/managing editor No jobs are recession-proof, but Kiplinger magazine reports that jobs in health care, education, law enforcement,…

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Fall computer malfunctions get remedies

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By Layne Rice/reporter TCC’s different Web sites — CampusCruiser, WebAdvisor and LogiCampus for distance learning — were down at times…

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TCC communicates exclusively through CampusCruiser

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By Rylie Parkins/reporter In an effort to improve communication between faculty and students, students will no longer be contacted through…

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Faculty shows sketches, sculptures on SE

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By Shelly Williams/se new editor Human scale sculptures and pencil sketches by TCC visual art instructor Angel Fernandez and art adjunct…

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Exhibit highlights sculptor’s craftsmanship

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By Alex Muhindura/reporter NW Campus presents Tableland, an exhibition by Chris Powell. The show runs 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-5…

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Seminar to probe body image risks

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By John harden/sports editor Assistant Professor Jason Wooten will present the seminar Body Image: Fantasy versus Reality. The seminar begins…

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Stock Show rides into town

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor The coliseum was buzzing and packed with boot-wearing spectators anxiously awaiting the entrance of the…

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