VIEWPOINT – Punishment on drug usage by athletes lacks consistency

Posted on Sep 2nd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

by Ashley Wood/south news editor Doping in sports has been an ongoing fight since the early 20th century while human growth hormones have become a…

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EDITORIAL – Loan policy changes are long overdue

Posted on Sep 2nd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

College isn’t free. It’s expensive, and the price tag is steadily climbing. It’s so expensive, in fact, that over 12 million U.S. students…

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Overcoming a failing grade – Academic success can take detour, not get lost

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Heather Horton/reporter The majority of students don’t begin a semester expecting to fail a class. However, failing is a reality for many…

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Aviation program moves to Alliance

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Aviation technology instructor Linden Clack shows guests the newly opened aviation building at Alliance Airport. The three-story, 163,000-square-foot…

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SE wants part-timers to stay longer

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE Campus is wrestling with a problem that isn’t unique to TCC or anywhere else: Part-time students outnumber…

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EDITORIAL – Tarrant County lags on 911 texting system

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Emergency situations don’t always allow for a phone call, but texting can be a good substitute. Many cities nationwide have implemented a 911…

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VIEWPOINT – Hey, you in the hallway, stop avoiding eye contact with me

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Tabitha redder/managing editor I am surprised that the view of the tops of heads I’ve seen has dramatically increased since I’ve been in…

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VIEWPOINT – Although necessary evil, YouTube ads still suck

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Jamil oakford/se news editor “Are you ready?” is possibly the most obnoxious sound that came from computers lucky enough to be on YouTube this…

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Students learn controlling portions in South seminar

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

An entire physical education class, other students and patrons gathered Sept. 17 on South Campus to listen to a lecture on healthy meal…

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NE accepts entries for writing contest

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

NE students can enter their creative literature into the English department’s biannual writing competition. Students have until Nov. 10 to…

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Names & Events

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Sept. 24 The NW Bridge Program will present MLA Formatting in Word 11 a.m.-noon in WFAB 2608 as part of its fall workshop series. Attendees will…

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Mentor program helps students toward their careers

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE Campus career services is giving students the chance to succeed after they receive their degrees. The Career…

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SE will host lunch with career mentors

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Students participating in SE career services’ Career Mentor Program are encouraged to take part in the Career Mentor Meet-Up Luncheon on campus…

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Hispanic Heritage Calendar

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

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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NW program caters to students

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Tabitha Redder/managing editor The Bridge is tightening the bond between faculty, staff and students on NW Campus. The program, which…

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Leadership academy promotes effective communication skills

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Jalyn Sneed/reporter Communication is one of the most important elements of leadership, speakers told 32 students who attended the NE Campus…

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MOVIE Review – Drama shows relatable love story

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter In his directorial debut, Ned Benson brings The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, a story of love, tragedy and…

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GAME REVIEW – Sims 4 still entertains despite some flaws

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief The Sims 4 may meet expectations, but it definitely doesn’t exceed them. The Sims franchise has been around…

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Entertainment Calendar

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Now-Sept. 26 NW visual arts department closes its annual Faculty Art Show in the Lakeview Gallery (WFAB 1135) on NW Campus, featuring work from art…

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Team T.M.T. wins dodgeball championship on SE

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Team T.M.T. took home the SE Campus dodgeball championship Sept. 19 coming back from a 2-0 deficit defeating It’s Easy. T.M.T. also overcame a…

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NE begins its intramural season with dodgeball

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

Intramural dodgeball on NE Campus brought students and faculty together for a day of friendly competition, socializing and free popcorn. One of…

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NE comedy joins Picasso, Einstein

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Audrey Werth/reporter The NE Playhouse is starting off the year with an absurdist comedy written by Steve Martin, Picasso at the Lapin…

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Corporate life given humor in South play

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014 - By Collegian Admin - 0 Comments

By Ashley Wood/se news editor The humorous and witty three-person show Below the Belt by Richard Dresser will show at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2-4 in the…

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