February 11, 2009

Teacher speaks with art, signing

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor Jeff Nichols can speak more languages with his hands than most people can with their mouths. He has done…

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Enrollment up 8 percent, exhibits new trend in U.S.

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By Steve Knight/managing editor TCC enrollment continues to climb as all four campuses had numbers over 10,000 for the spring semester. As of…

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Change in courts, attitudes bring options for black students

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By Steve Knight/managing editor Part two in a four-part Black History Month series on the theme of progress. Opportunities for…

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Opinion-Personal Finance 101 required

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Americans have become increasingly reliant on credit cards to pay for minor and some major purchases with some individuals amassing thousands of…

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Viewpoint-Small words cover large, no-look areas

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By Keisha McDuffie/reporter Several years ago, cheer-leaders across America made every girl who couldn’t make the cut incredibly envious of not…

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Viewpoint-Losing Tuesday mail delivers concerns

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By Chris Webb/reporter Last week, Postmaster General John Potter went to Congress to bring the troubling economic plight of the U.S. Postal…

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Viewpoint-Earmarks don’t generate jobs

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief President Obama has promised to create or preserve 3 million jobs through the stimulus plan, a.k.a. “the tab…

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Speed dating anchors SE Valentine’s

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor As Valentine’s Day draws closer, those still shopping for their sweetheart will have the opportunity not only…

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SE speaker gives advice on relationships

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By Rosa Martinez Rodriguez/reporter People sometimes don’t realize they are in a bad relationship because they don’t know the signs of a jerk…

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South seminar teaches study habits

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By Robert Lavery/reporter Students should make the best use of their time and build productive habits, the South Campus counseling director told…

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South series emphasizes believing in self as key to happiness

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By Edna Horton/reporter The South Campus coordinator of health services encouraged students Feb. 4 to talk positively to themselves and to take…

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South students advised on networking

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By Jennifer Covington/reporter Students on South Campus thinking about starting a business were advised last week to try volunteering. Toni…

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Assistant professor explains dangers of false perception

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By David Butler/reporter Thin as a twig or ripped like a body builder — these extremes often portrayed by the media and society can influence…

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Coordinator teaches proper Web etiquette

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By Danilynn Welniak/reporter Two types of people exist in the world: those who are afraid of technology and those who know that technology is the…

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Home-cooked meals, thrift stores help build savings accounts for debt-prone consumers

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By Micki Houk/reporter For most students, the first few years out of high school are the time they experience the real world. Some stay at home…

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Experts offer tips for saving money on common household expenses while saving world’s environment

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By Edna Horton/reporter Going green does not mean going broke. Here are some simple ways to reduce greenhouse gases and stretch a buck. Watch…

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A Week of Cheap Local Excursions

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Compiled by Frances Matteck, Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief, se news editor Students can go to a number of places in the area for fun without…

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Black cinema topic on NE

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By John Garces/ne news editor NE Campus student activities and the RTVB department will present two days of programs dedicated to Black History…

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NE artist displays ceramics

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By Gary Collins/reporter Demos, Dots & Dancers, a ceramics exhibit, is on display through Feb. 19 in the NE Campus J. Ardis Bell…

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Artist illustrates dyslexia on NW

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By Kourtney Cribbs/reporter Artist Eric McGehearty has said his struggle with dyslexia did not stop his creativity or his passion to help others…

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Top 10 black movies

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor In honor of Black History Month, The Collegian will examine the best aspects of black culture in a…

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Movie Review-Notorious

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor The larger-than-life persona of Christopher “Biggie Smalls” Wallace has been brought on screen for the…

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CD Review-Gary Fields-Sounds About Right

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor Banks looking for a smooth, non-confrontational voice to fill their lobbies will love Gary Fields’ CD…

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CD Review-Eleven Hundred Springs-Country Jam

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By Alex Muhindura/entertainment editor Native sons Eleven Hundred Springs’ new CD Country Jam should make Texans statewide proud. Their raw…

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South students see U.S. image through foreign views

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor In April 2008, BBC News reported that 56 percent of the world viewed Russia and Japan as having a mainly…

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Guests visit NE for educational lecture, performance on jazz

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By Jon Minsloff/reporter Jazz fans packed the NE Campus Center Corner Feb. 3 to witness the Reiny and Tom Show with jazz history, live music,…

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Dieters beware of fraudulent weight-loss claims

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By John Harden/sports editor Too many Americans obsess over obtaining the perfect body, and, unfortunately, some companies exist only to…

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NE holds free-throw, 3-point shooting contest for campus gym rats

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By John Harden/sports editor More than 30 students and two faculty members turned out Friday for the NE Campus free-throw and 3-point…

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Athletes anticipate NE season

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By John Harden/sports editor With more than 70 students signed up to play in the NE spring basketball intramural league, instructors look to have…

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