September 10, 2014

New president assumes office on NE

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Allen Goben stepped into the NE Campus presidency with high expectations and matching support. Coming from Western…

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Early college high schools open at TCC

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By Dylan Bradley, Jamil Oakford and Ashley Wood/reporters The jump from middle school to high school added a college twist for three early college…

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Supplemental instruction gets funding

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Supplemental instruction provides students with more than just tutoring at TCC. With the board of trustees adding…

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Apps for objects give tech more attention

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As the iPhone 6 is set to be released later this fall, it’s almost impossible not to think of all the cool apps and features that will come with it…

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Personal opinion shouldn’t deny anyone equality of rights

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Society cannot allow personal beliefs or opinions to foster public policy that destroys equal rights. Social…

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Women shouldn’t pay price for private photos

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor The Internet reminded users recently that privacy is a pleasure not equally granted to everyone. Hackers managed…

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Fort Worth mayor speaks at garden

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor The rising rate of obesity and diabetic-related deaths in the U.S. has TCC committed to health and…

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Hispanic Heritage Calander

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Sept. 13 The Family Empowerment Center will present Free Mega U.S. Citizenship Workshop, sponsored by Proyecto Inmigrante Inc., to help complete and…

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NW Campus event focuses on civil rights

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor The Walsh Library will host a two-day event to celebrate the piece of legislation that helped give equality to the…

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Learning centers show their services

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By James Nwankpah/reporter A  group designed to make school simpler, help students get smarter and even encourage them to enjoy studying made its…

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South talks about service

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Students and faculty on South Campus can gain volunteer or community service hours at Get Your Serve On 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 8 in the SSTU Dining…

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South artist shows off shapes in exhibit

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Shapes are invading South Campus’ Carillon Gallery. Randy Guthmiller, the artist whose work is on display, has…

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Academy promotes leadership in students

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About 20-30 students gathered on NE Campus Sept. 2 to learn about the student leadership academy. The academy meets twice a week to teach students…

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Diversity council addresses offensive language

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE Campus’ diversity and inclusion council is trying to take a stand against offensive language on campus. In…

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Names & Events

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Now-Sept. 11 Learning Skills Week on SE Campus continues its multiple-day event where students can take part in sessions with various faculty members…

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Romantic zombie gives fresh new look

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Reimagining a genre that’s dominating both film and television is a tall order. Life After Beth does a stellar…

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Paris catacombs become home to horror

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor The catacombs of Paris have been renowned as not just a cool place to hold raves but also the site of several…

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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 is in College Hall…

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Variety of media displayed in NW Faculty Art Show

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Works by NW art faculty start the Lakeview Gallery’s fall semester. The annual Faculty Art Show opened Sept. 6…

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