February 25, 2009

Canadian professor discusses ecological crisis

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By Christy Andersen/reporter Even though the U.S. is going through an economic crisis, an even bigger catastrophe, the depletion of the earth’s…

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$34 million authorized for original river campus

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By Francés Matteck/editor-in-chief The TCC Board of Trustees voted Feb. 19 for new construction on SE Campus and more money toward completion of…

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Club-joiners get discount in cafeteria

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By Gary Collins/reporter Student involvement will pay off literally for students who belong to a TCC student organization. Educational…

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Humanity keeps blacks pointed toward future

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By John Harden and Gary Collins/sports editor and reporter After the election of President Barack Obama, some have asked what the next great leap…

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Opinion-Soldiers’ well-being in jeopardy

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CNN earlier this month reported some disturbing statistics concerning the Army. In the report, the Army said 24 soldiers are believed to have…

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Viewpoint-Chattering class protests pork

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By Francés Matteck/editor-in-chief Recently, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) let Americans know what he really thought about the stimulus plan and…

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Viewpoint-Memo to legislators: Smokers have rights

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor Imagine this at the neighborhood diner: “Excuse me, can you put out that cigarette? I’m trying to…

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Viewpoint-Washington has yet to receive change

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By John Harden/sports editor The new president’s attempt at bipartisanship isn’t going as smoothly as some once predicted, and it seems change…

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Gas drilling on NE enters new phase

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief Chesapeake Energy plans to begin its next phase of natural gas drilling, the fracturing process, on NE Campus…

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Note-taking lessons given on South

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By Rosa Martinez Rodriguez/reporter Students usually forget half of a lecture within an hour after class is over, a South Campus counselor told…

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Cardiologist warns against poor diet, inactivity

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By Erin Barnard/reporter Americans love fast food, physical inactivity, drinking and smoking, but consequences are in order for such a carefree…

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Texas cinema included in black history

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By Weston Campo/reporter A History of Black Cinema and the Texas Race Films kicked off the first of two presentations on black cinema Feb. 17,…

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’70s black films created new market, panel says

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By Brittany Knauf/reporter While the audience ate chicken and waffles, Adrian Neely, Theresa Zumwalt, Jerry Zumwalt and Michelle Neely presented…

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South speech looks at African culture

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By Amanda Khadra/reporter Journey to Senegal, West Africa offered students a look at African culture and lifestyle last week on South…

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TCC student excels at bilingual communication

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By Shay Freeman/reporter Realizing the importance of bilingual communication in a culturally diverse world, more students are seriously pursuing a…

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Artist delivers message through “Doorway of Books”

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By Kourtney Cribbs/reporter In the corner of the Walsh Library on NW Campus stands a white cube large enough to hold a person. The sun shines…

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Director follows in teacher’s footsteps to inspire students

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor Sealed shut and shy as can be, his first encounter with drama made him fall hard for something he’d always…

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Cast dons black and white makeup for play

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor Blackmail and murder will have a twist March 5-7 as the SE drama department performs Alfred Hitchcock’s movie,…

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CD Review-The Fratellis-Here We Stand

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By Chris Webb/reporter All aboard the Jefferson Airplane — destination Scotland. The Fratellis, a Scottish alt rock band with a psychedelic…

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CD Review-The Fray self-titled album

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief The Fray’s self-titled sophomore album does not disappoint fans of its double-platinum debut album How to…

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CD Review-Pat Green-What I’m For

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By John Garces/ne news editor With his latest CD What I’m For, Texas country artist Pat Green proves he can adapt to the Nashville sound while…

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Clairvoyants, mayhem run amuck in Deathtrap on NW

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By Tammy Morgan-Hillard/reporter Theatre Northwest brings the Tony Award-winning play Deathtrap to the stage next week. Under the direction of…

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Love triangles, death take center stage in NE drama production

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By Edna Horton/reporter Orsino is in love with Olivia, Olivia is in love with Cesario, and Cesario is in love with Orsino. That love triangle is…

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Team strengths, weaknesses come out during South tournament

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By John Harden/sports editor The Lakers, Poppers and team Black each obtained another win as South Campus continued its spring basketball league…

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We Got Game shows it does in NW Campus basketball finale

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By Richard Llanes/reporter NW Campus crowned its spring intramural basketball champion Thursday when We Got Game (formerly Devin Greene) overcame…

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NE teams compete for wins as tournament continues

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By Allison Dooley/reporter Week two of the competitive spring intramural basketball tournament continued Friday afternoon with four games being…

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How students can stop spreading flu

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By John Harden/sports editor The flu has given most Americans a good reason to miss work and school, but for the rest of us, the flu has us…

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SE students stay fit by clearing obstacles

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By Violet Vasquez/reporter With temperatures in the 70s, 45 students arrived at the SE Campus sand volleyball court last week to prove their…

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NE professor becomes lighter than air

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By Steve Knight/managing editor A TCC physics professor experienced a trip of a lifetime on a recent visit to NASA’s Johnson Space…

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