September 17, 2014

Plan now, counselors tell NW students

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By Hope Sandusky/reporter Students should start now to transfer later, a panel of six university admission counselors advised first- and…

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NW tutor gives ABCs of math

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By Matt Koper/reporter Rolando Flores has a degree in math but didn’t fully understand the subject until he started tutoring other students in…

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NW speaker says exercising helps learning

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By Hope Sandusky/reporter Movement facilitates learning, a NW health and physical education associate professor said during a "walk-and-talk"…

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Language should be inclusive, SE diversity counselor says

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By Leyla Oun/reporter Understanding the difference between offensive language and inclusive language can promote a more positive experience at…

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SE students learn value of scholarship essay

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By Martin Paredes/reporter Students who want a scholarship should write an application essay that paints a picture as to where and to whom the…

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SE tutors make sense out of math

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By Chelsea Olson/reporter The Math Resource Center offers students any necessary assistance, two math tutors told SE students Sept. 9. Ben…

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Take care in choosing next college, SE speaker says

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By Courtney Horton/reporter Everyone has a plan to do something different, the SE academic advisor and transfer center coordinator told SE…

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Students need academic etiquette, SE instructors say

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By Courtney Horton/reporter Effort plus quality equals good grades, a speaker told SE students Sept. 9. SE instructors Talia Dancer and Siobhan…

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Transferring takes effort, speaker says

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter The goal of attending a four-year college is well within the grasp of all TCC students, according to speakers at the…

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Prioritizing time is key, South advisor says

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A small group of students met on South Campus Sept. 9 to gain better time management skills for studying and everyday life. The time management…

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NW counselor gives breathing advice for test anxiety

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Many students experience test anxiety, a counselor told a NW audience Sept 9. Brentom Jackson, a counselor as well as a yoga instructor, spoke…

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State senator talks education, takes aim at Abbott

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor A visit from Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis filled College Hall to the brim on NE Campus Sept.…

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NE Campus water main break causes temporary building closures

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief NE Campus facilities staff worked through the night to repair a water main break. Both science buildings and…

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EDITORIAL – Athletes don’t deserve special treatment

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Professional athletes have a history of trouble with the law but rarely receive adequate punishment for their actions. National Football League…

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VIEWPOINT – Public transportation should be option for TCC students

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor The beauty of TCC isn’t just the many campuses spanning Tarrant County, but the fact that campuses can offer…

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VIEWPOINT – Video games are untapped educational resource

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Video games should be a bigger part of every student’s academic career. Games have become a small part of…

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NW Campus discusses suicide prevention tactics

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By Audrey Werth/reporter Suicide takes nearly 40,000 lives a year in America. In Texas, there are one and a half times more suicides than…

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Clubs can provide benefits, advantages to any involved

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By Hunter Hutchings/reporter It may surprise some teachers, but when asked about an event that profoundly changed them while attending college,…

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Motivation can increase success

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Students should do everything they can to be successful, the keynote speaker told the audience at the NW Student Success Conference Sept. 9. Erika…

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Students learn about personalities

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Everyone has a personality, a NW counselor told students during Exploring Personality/Personality Traits and Types Sept. 9. Differences of…

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Correct time to drop discussed

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“Should I drop?” is a burning question students ask themselves at one time or another, so SE success coach Janell Oliphant met with SE students…

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SE Campus offers college essay help

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Students needing help with college admissions essays, which may be the most important component of getting into a university, are not without a…

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Less studying, more living – Learning methods can reduce time spent reviewing info

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By Adam Dodson/reporter SE advisor Eddie Hicks gave students tips on maximizing their learning potential during his interactive speech in the…

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Money presentation shows how to save

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By Chelsea Olson/reporter Money management is a key issue in determining students’ goals and success, SE students learned Sept. 10. Counselor…

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Professor says memorization worst strategy for reviewing

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By Jayln Sneed/reporter Vince Lembo, SE Campus psychology professor, presented several tips on how students can study more successfully at…

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Skills Week coming to South

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Managing homework, study time for a test and life’s other problems can seem overwhelming for students. South Campus student activities has…

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Hispanic Heritage Calendar

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Now-Oct. 1 NW student activities is sponsoring a Hispanic Heritage Month essay and creative works contest. Students can enter artwork, photos and/or…

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Names & Events

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Now-Dec. 5 The Carrier Library and the history department will hold a King Leopold’s Ghost discussion group. Discussion will start noon-1 p.m. in…

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SE displays student art – Paintings, sculptures pop out in art corridor

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE Campus students are getting eye-popping eye candy as they head to the gym or class. Student art is now on…

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South intramural play to begin soon

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South Campus’ fall intramural sports will start with flag football Sept. 23. South adjunct instructor Amber Kavahkar said students have to…

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MOVIE REVIEW – Movie shows integration in football

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor In Forgotten Four: The Integration of Pro Football, viewers can see the re-emergence of African-American players…

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MOVIE REVIEW – Kevin Smith film dark, twisted but worth watching

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter Tusk, directed by Kevin Smith, is one of those films that people will go into not knowing what to expect and leave…

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Japanese novelist publishes another spellbinding book

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Haruki Murakami’s latest novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, like his other works, is…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Sept. 18 An exhibit of work around the theme of beauty by art associate professors Cindy Hurt, Scott Parker and Andrew Stalder closes its run in…

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