August 27, 2014

Skating through first day of class

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NE student Mary Parrett swiftly makes her way across campus on Aug. 25. Students said goodbye to summer as they began the fall semester. Parking lots…

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College transition hard without help

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By Erin Ratigan/reporter NE student Roberto Aparicio said his transition to college from Richland High School was hard because his new instructors…

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Curriculum changes affect graduation plan

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC has changed its core curriculum for all new freshmen this semester. The change keeps TCC in compliance with…

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First day frantic for some, exciting for others

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Dropping classes can cost students, create problems

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By Victor Henderson/reporter NE student Jessica Venzor dropped an economics and English class when she first began her college career in…

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Adults attend college, fulfill goals

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By Michael Wilson/reporter SE Campus student Jacqueline Fort returned to college later in life because she had three goals for herself. “I want…

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Health services provide aid, lessons

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By Kyle Huff/reporter Health services at TCC does more than hand out bandages and aspirin. Health services offices reside on all campuses, and the…

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Beginning of school means summer’s end

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NE Campus students walk the grounds on Aug. 25, the first day of classes. The weather did not get the news that school starting marks the beginning…

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Healthy choices can prevent ‘freshman 15’

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Freshmen encounter an abundance of new experiences entering college, and involuntary weight gain can be one of…

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Hybrid classes offer flexible schedule, instruction

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By Amanda Gomez/reporter TCC offers hybrid classes that combine in-person lecture and online work to give students and teachers the opportunity to…

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Success coaches guide students through first semester

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by Ashley Wood/reporter The journey from high school to the first year of college can seem overwhelming without someone to help guide the…

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Names & Events

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Now-Aug. 28 NE Campus student activities is sponsoring Welcome Back Week 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the NTAB lobby. Information will be available about…

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Advisors can provide students with choices

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by Brendon James/reporter Students having a difficult time with the route they should take with classes can visit academic advisors who can help…

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Counselors give therapy, advice to those in need

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by Jamil Oakford/reporter Students use the advisement centers on each TCC campus for various services, but students may overlook one…

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Planning, preparation required for university transfer

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By Sarah Allen/reporter Students who want to further their careers and future need to start on an appropriate checklist to transfer to a…

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DSS campus offices proctor exams, give study assistance

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By Mathew Shaw/reporter Adapting to the needs of students with disabilities as well as faculty has been an ongoing process for the disability…

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Coaches can help with managing money

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TCC students and community members can get financial guidance on TR Campus.  The YWCA financial empowerment program started on TR Campus about 10…

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New budget approved during board meeting

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TCC’s board of trustees approved a $327 million budget with a 4-3 vote during its Aug. 18 meeting. The new budget includes a 3 percent salary…

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Drama programs across district plan busy semester

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by Jamil Oakford/se news editor Campuses are producing a lot of drama this fall with a series of plays and events. Pert Durapau, SE speech and…

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MOVIE REVIEW – Loser duo impersonates cops in new film, delivers comedy

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by Jamil Oakford/se news editor Being a cop may not seem like a cool job in light of recent events, but there’s one thing that can’t be…

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CD REVIEW – Michael Cera releases surprise solo album

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by Tabitha Redder/managing editor Somewhere in the back of the mind, it seemed like actor Michael Cera had musical talent. It probably came from…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Sept. 18 Beauty, an art exhibit including the works of art associate professors Cindy Hurt, Scott Parker and Andrew Stalder, is in College Hall…

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EDITORIAL – Standardized testing hinders education

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Standardized testing has the best intentions of measuring the success of students in the classroom. In reality, the practice results in students…

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VIEWPOINT – Ice bucket challenge drenches nation for awareness, funds

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by Amanda Gomez/tr news editor Social media has again come up with a clever way to bring attention to a cause. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and…

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VIEWPOINT – Social media spreads information about protests

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by Tabitha Redder/managing editor Social media is powerful. Granted, though some of it simply wastes Internet space, some of it can be…

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