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Open meeting case continues in new hearing

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By Frances Matteck/editor-in-chief In the open meeting case against Tarrant County College District, both parties agreed Friday on the facts…

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New SE building planned to ease overcrowding

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor To help control overcrowding and space issues at SE Campus, TCC trustees agreed last week to break ground on a…

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State legislature proposes tuition freeze

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By Steve Knight/managing editor Texas’ four-year public universities would be forced to stop or limit increases in fees and tuition under…

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Additional grant money sought for students

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By Steve Knight/managing editor With legislative approval, more than 200,000 eligible students could receive a state grant under a plan submitted…

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NE Campus cancels minimester courses for too-cramped May

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By April Fuller/reporter Students hoping to squeeze in an extra class between spring and summer on NE Campus are out of luck. Although other…

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Student test-taking tips given at South seminar

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By Robert Lavery/reporter Students can overcome test anxiety with preparedness and positive thinking, a South Campus counselor told students Feb.…

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NE Campus preserves history with scrap wood

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By Gary Collins/reporter Educational institutions often try to preserve history, both of the school and the community it serves. To commemorate…

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NE forum to engage students

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By Danilynn Welniak/ne news editor To keep the student body informed, NE student activities will sponsor an Ask The President lunch March…

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Anorexia influenced by media, culture, speaker says

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By Rosa Jaimes/reporter Under the category of mental disorders, anorexia has the highest mortality rate, the director of Eating Disorder Hope said…

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SE seminar to address drinking

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By Meredith Lynd/reporter Although binge drinking incidents are down across the country, college students continue to die from alcohol-related…

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South Campus WINR program receives national recognition

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor Julie Roman and the South Campus Women in New Roles program received a national award this year for its…

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Celebrity arrest focuses attention on domestic abuse, prevention

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By David Butler/reporter The relationship that recording artists Chris Brown and Robin “Rihanna” Fenty shared had been compared to that of…

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Student advocates assistance for deaf, hard-of-hearing

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor Silence. Some people wanting to get the word out about the deaf community find that many are too busy to…

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WINR graduate credits program for her literary success

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By Shamber Swindler/reporter Throughout TCC graduate Kathleen Rodgers’ years as a military wife and mother, she wrote about military life.…

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Opinion-Intoxication, Six Flags don’t mix

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Six Flags Over Texas proposed last year to bring alcohol to its Arlington location — a bad idea. If Six Flags geared toward adults only, selling…

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Viewpoint-African dictator lets his people starve

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By Steve Knight/managing editor Zimbabwe is a country of starving billionaires. The price of a loaf of bread, if any bread can be found in…

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Viewpoint-Serial monogamy not heart-healthy

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor As if the world of dating and relationships wasn’t complicated enough, according to an article from the…

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Viewpoint-Honor killing hits close to home

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By Francés Matteck/editor-in-chief Honor killing is a disgusting social practice that has received media attention recently with the murder of a…

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Careers, relationships based on personality

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By Tammy Morgan-Hillard/reporter Understanding more about personality traits could enhance relationships and improve working conditions, a NW…

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South counselor warns of possible depression issues

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By Jon Minsloff/reporter Depression affects all ages and races. But individuals between the ages of 18-24, the average age of college students,…

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Local club offers NE musicians scholarships

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By Matt Hoaldridge/reporter About 40 years ago, a small group of housewives and businessmen who had a love for singing and performed locally…

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SE construction program wins trip to Vegas

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By Shelly Williams/reporter The start of the spring semester quickly turned into the “ultimate field trip” for three students in the SE Campus…

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CD Review-Gavin Rossdale-Wanderlust

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By John Garces/entertainment editor Once known for his ability to capture a hard-rock feel to the music, former Bush front man Gavin Rossdale…

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NW adjunct overcomes obstacles for love of music, piano

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By Frances Matteck/editor in-chief Echo Wilson, a NW music adjunct, has played piano since she was 4 years old and been losing her hearing for…

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Visiting opera singer offers tips, advice

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By Danilynn Welniak/ne news editor TCC and area high school vocal students lined up for critiques and advice from a world-renowned opera singer…

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SE alumnus hopes to inspire students through artwork

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor Breaking the rules comes easy when the one who breaks them created them to begin with. The current art exhibit…

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WINR students showcasing talents in South art exhibit

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor To jumpstart Women’s History Month, Women in New Roles unveiled a new art exhibit in the Carillon Gallery…

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Movie Review-The International

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By John Garces/entertainment editor Bankers are evil and will stop at nothing to protect their own. At least that is the premise of the Tom…

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Flag football team strengthens friendship on, off field

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By John Harden/sports editor Founded on old high school friendships, family and a love for football, the SE Campus flag football team AK…

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NE basketball tournament continues to treat spectators

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By Allison Dooley/reporter Week three of the NE intramural basketball tournament continued Friday with four games played in the campus gym. Those…

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South basketball tourney heats up

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By John Harden/sports editor With the playoffs in sight, six of the seven South Campus teams played Thursday looking to improve their…

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3-on-3 hoops to begin Saturday on SE Campus

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By Rosa Martinez-Rodriguez/reporter SE Campus will hold a 3-on-3 hoops meeting 1 p.m. Thursday in ESEC 1511 to put together teams and to discuss…

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Playing spring break game not easy

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By Kourtney Cribbs/reporter Spring break is just around the corner for TCC students. College students are notorious for spending spring break…

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