Counselor to talk note taking

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By Rosa Martinez Rodriguez/reporter A South Campus counselor will present Effective Note Taking 12:30-1:30 p.m. Feb. 17 in the SSTU Texas Room on…

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Trinity River Vision focuses on development, fun

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By Danilynn Welniak/reporter Since the Army built Fort Worth June 6, 1849, the Trinity River has been the soul of the city. The river hosts a…

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Basketball league on NW nears finale

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By Jennifer Covington/reporter NW Campus kicked off its spring intramural basketball tournament Feb. 9 with a matchup between two teams:…

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Geneticist details organ transplant alternatives on NE

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief More than 100,000 people in the U.S. wait on a list for organ transplants, the director of the Genetic…

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South examines stereotypes of young women

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor With no original script to follow, South Campus theater students are preparing for Women’s History Month…

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Idea Store to welcome visitors, students to downtown

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By Danilynn Welniak/reporter The Trinity River Campus Idea Store serves an incubator for visions and dreams, encouraging its visitors to forget…

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1965 act helps blacks improve economic status, role in businesses

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By John Harden/sports editor Part three in a four-part Black History Month series on the theme of progress. The 1900s practice of keeping…

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Performer provides opera tips

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By John Garces/ne news editor NE Campus students and teachers will have the opportunity for training by a former New York City opera…

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Students, faculty meet with state legislators

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor TCC students had the chance to see how state government works and talk to the representatives behind…

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Police investigating NE Campus assault

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By Steve Knight/managing editor TCC Police Department is investigating an aggravated assault that occurred on NE Campus Jan. 30. The crime was…

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Opinion-Facebook hazardous to careers

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Students don’t realize that everyone can view the content of their social networking Web sites like MySpace and Facebook. A recent study by the…

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Viewpoint-New record seekers lack sports integrity

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By Steve Knight/managing editor Usually at this time of year, with no football until September, I look forward to players reporting for…

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Viewpoint-Food industry needs better inspections

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By John Garces/ne news editor Recently, a widespread recall of peanut butter-based products once again caused the American public to question food…

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Viewpoint-U.S. interests should be priority

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief Everyone is entitled to live without fear of terrorist attacks. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a world…

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TCC provides preparation for transfer to four-year institutions

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By Allison Dooley/reporter All students should see a counselor for advisement, a South Campus career counselor said during a seminar last week on…

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Undergrads worry about courses, picking up the tab for universities

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By Shay Freeman/reporter Paying for an education beyond community college and handling the workload of university courses seem primary concerns…

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District will spend $75,000 to prevent storm water runoff pollution

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By Steve Knight/managing editor TCC will spend $75,000 this year for infrastructure required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to…

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District inherits art in facility transformation

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By Danilynn Welniak/reporter Trinity River Campus features hundreds of pieces of art, both professional and amateur. Campus administrators plan to…

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South Campus presents women’s art show, talks

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By Katherine Ladd/reporter South Campus will join others around the country to honor and celebrate women during Women’s History Month in…

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Military family dynamics discussed on NE

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By Westin Campo/reporter When Dr. Terry Arata-Maiers presented Military Deployment and Parental Injuries: Impact on Families Feb. 5 on NE Campus,…

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District official talks about climate change in South presentation

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By Matt Hoaldridge/reporter “The sky is falling, the sky is falling,” a familiar line from a children’s story rings true for those who…

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Accountant talks taxes with students

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By Rosa Martinez Rodriguez/reporter Tax associates work from 60 to 100 hours per week during tax season, but during the low season, they have…

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Baylor doctor recommends lifestyle changes

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By Danilynn Welniak/reporter The truth is that one must exercise and eat less to lose weight, a doctor from the Tom Landry Center at Baylor…

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Black Symposium tackles activism

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By David Butler/reporter Have you been infected? Symptoms are idleness, fear, lack of concern and involvement in community. In Black Symposium:…

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Misconceptions about alcohol discussed

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By Shelly Williams and Rosa Martinez Rodriguez/se news editor and reporter Alcohol and nicotine are the two most abused drugs in the United…

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NE photography presents works by faculty, staff

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By Jennifer Covington/reporter For the first time in TCC history, NE Campus photography faculty and staff present their personal artwork in an…

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Head Hunters dominate South tournament first day

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By John Harden/sports editor South began its 5-on-5 spring basketball league tournament Thursday, and the Celtics, Head Hunters and Poppers…

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TCC logo replaces corporate identity for new campus

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By Danilynn Welniak/reporter RadioShack’s Riverfront Campus in downtown Fort Worth is currently morphing into TCC’s Trinity River Campus.…

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Mardi Gras festivities planned on SE Campus

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor As a way to encourage students to try new things, SE student activities will present Beads in the Bistro, a…

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NE group competes in state tournament

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By John Garces/ne news editor NE Campus hosted and competed in the state forensics tournament that featured several speech events Feb.…

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CD Review-System of a Down-Scars on Broadway

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By Chris Webb/reporter Despondent fans of System of a Down still waiting on the band to reunite need to perk up their ears. “No, System of a…

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Competition heating up as NE basketball league begins

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By John Harden/sports editor More than 60 students and two faculty members participated Friday in the first four games of NE Campus’ 5-on-5…

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