Thief hits Fine Arts, NE police investigate

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By Danilynn Welniak/ne news editor In the morning hours of April 1, the NE Campus Fine Arts Building fell victim to thievery. Among the missing…

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Abortion controversy arises at NW art event

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By Francés Matteck/editor-in-chief After popping hundreds of balloons for what they thought was an homage to Texas wildflowers, participants in…

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20 years not enough to put aside revolution’s traumas

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By Steve Knight/managing editor The memories are still fresh. Twenty years after the fall of Romanian President Nicolae Ceausescu’s communist…

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Opinion-Media need rights protection

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A shield law, legislation to protect journalists from giving up their confidential sources and material, is making its way through the Texas State…

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Viewpoint-Pit bull’s reputation inaccurate, unfair

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor Labeling pit bulls as vicious creatures is a misconception prevalent among people today. Yes, many…

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Viewpoint-Daytime curfew law wrong, misguided

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By Gary Collins/reporter Once again, our elected officials have created well-intentioned but half-baked policies. Recently, the cities of…

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Viewpoint-Evolution in schools debated

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By Francés Matteck/editor-in-chief The great debate between the teaching of evolution and creationism in public schools was back before the State…

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‘Last Supper’ recognizes women

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By Christy Andersen/reporter South Campus students and staff received a visit from historical figures during The Last Supper: For Women Lonely…

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Employers now hiring during NW job fair

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By Amanda Khadra/reporter With summer right around the corner, many students are looking for a summer job, so the NW Campus will hold a job fair…

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New Math Academy furthers skills

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor The new South Campus Mathematics Academy offers students more than basic tutoring and homework…

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Seminar to help find recession-proof jobs

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By Amanda Khadra/reporter Sometimes it seems hard to keep up with current trends, but an upcoming South Campus event will examine what to expect…

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SMU coach’s story inspires NW conference

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By Rosa Martinez-Rodriguez/reporter Students can learn everything they want to know about love but were afraid to ask at The Love Conference…

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TCC police officers working to keep each campus safe

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor A student parks in a faculty parking space and receives a ticket. The student proceeds to shred the…

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Counselor urges goal setting

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By Robert Lavery/reporter South Campus counselor Annie Dobbins taught students the importance of clear goals in the ABC’s to Goal Setting…

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SE students honored with Awards Night

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor As a way to honor achievements by individual students and organizations, SE student activities will host its…

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Transitional program teaches life skills

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By Erin Barnard/reporter Soft piano music filled the air as student Kyle Miller welcomed participants to the March 26 introductory workshop,…

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NW moot court team places at UNT competition

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By Lauren Kendrick/reporter The newly formed moot court team on NW Campus became the first community college to take part in competition at the…

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Workshop gives lifestyle advice

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By Matthew Hoaldridge/reporter Helping women with families achieve their potential drew about 100 people to a tea and workshop on March 31 called…

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International celebration returns to NE

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By Danilynn Weiniak/ne news editor In 1986, NE Campus hosted the first-ever TCC International Festival, which lasted a single day. In 2007,…

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Earth Day celebrated on SE with Intensity

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor A game show similar to The Price is Right will head to SE Campus 11 a.m.-3 p.m. April 22 in the North Ballroom…

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Students recognized on NE for academics

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By Danilynn Welniak/ne news editor In recognition of NE students who have excelled in their academic and service achievements, NE Campus will…

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Speaker promotes green living by ridding junk

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By Shelly Williams/se news editor Paying attention to what consumers buy and to the sentimental value of things can help make the environment…

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Summit encourages kids to attend college

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor Many of the 300 parents and kindergarten to high school children on South Campus March 28 stepped onto a…

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College myths exposed at South seminar

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By Lauren Kendrick/reporter Many myths surround college life, and a South Campus coordinator proved some wrong and uncovered some truths last…

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Summit encourages kids to attend college

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By Jonathan Resendez/south news editor Many of the 300 parents and kindergarten to high school children on South Campus March 28 stepped onto a…

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SE brings art in from North Texas roads

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By Meredith Lynd/reporter Stark images greet visitors to Power Lines, on display in Art Corridor II on SE Campus through April. John Alexander…

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King Tut exhibit features artifacts

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By John Garces/entertainment editor Fans of ancient Egyptian culture or the world of pharaohs can experience a little piece of history at the…

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Movie Review-Knowing

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By John Garces/entertainment editor In the action thriller Knowing, Nicolas Cage plays an MIT professor who sets about having to find a way to…

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CD Review-Colby O’Donis-Colby O.

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By John Garces/entertainment editor Nineteen-year-old Colby O’Donis may have set the mainstream rhythm and blues world on its ear with the first…

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NE Latin American students host Zumba lessons

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By Jonathan Resendez/reporter The Organization of Latin American Students will host Come to Dance 1-2 p.m. today in the NSTU Center Corner on NE…

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Life experiences, people inspire NE student’s books

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By Danilynn Welniak/ne news editor At 81, Dovie Pilney, mother of three adult sons, has published two children’s books while taking creative…

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Country star inspired by life

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By Francés Matteck/editor-in-chief Texas country music artist Jack Ingram picked up a guitar while he was studying psychology across the way at…

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NE musical performances focus on humanity, unity

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By Danilynn Welniak/ne news editor Inspired by the International Festival, Yom Hashoah and Earth Day, NE assistant music professor Edwardo Perez…

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Chelsea FC, Random Peeps pull out victories in SE soccer

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By Matthew Hoaldridge/reporter A day of intramural soccer on SE Campus got off to a bumpy start when the first game was forfeited because members…

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Warm weather draws fan participation for NE volleyball game

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By John Harden/reporter The sand volleyball court on NE Campus is usually empty with few footprints showing little signs of activity. But on…

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NE will win all-district. Count on it.

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By John Harden/sports editor To the NW, SE and South Campus champion basketball teams, good job on making it to the district finals this…

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NW crowns a champion as tourney ends

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By Allison Dooley/reporter We Got Game became NW basketball champions with a 3-1 record earning the right to compete against the champions of the…

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