October 1, 2014

Students score on discount tech

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC students, faculty and staff can receive a 40 percent discount on donated surplus technology, specifically…

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Cans used to create State Fair masterpiece

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Canned goods became sculptures for the Canstruction competition during the State Fair of Texas as TCC entered a…

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Campuses hold voter registration

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Celebrating democracy, class-bound SE students stopped at a 15-foot table between classes Sept 23-24 to register to vote in the upcoming Nov. 4…

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Editorial – Registering to vote shouldn’t be so hard

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In a democracy like the United States, voting is essential. But before voters show up, they need to be registered to vote. Texas’ voter…

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Viewpoint – Reality television reaches its expiration date, lacks realness

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Reality shows are on nearly every television network, and none of them seem original anymore. Reality…

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Viewpoint – Energy sources need to change to save climate

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief People around the world rallied Sept. 21 to demand action against climate change, and it’s about time. The…

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South students learn stress management

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“Live life now! Tomorrow is not promised!” That was the message delivered by Sandra Johnson, a South Campus counselor, Sept. 23 in Stress…

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Registration opens for Toro Dash

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The third annual Toro Dash will begin at 8 a.m. Nov. 1 at Trinity Park in Fort Worth. The event will include three races: one-mile fun run, 5K and…

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NE offers health fair with free screenings

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A public health fair designed to help students answer health-related questions ranging from HIV/syphilis, vision checks, to mammogram screenings will…

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Judge Sturns talks about segregation, racism challenges while growing up

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By James Nwankpah/reporter Tarrant County District Judge Louis Sturns said racial discrimination was a major part of his upbringing and also…

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Names and Events

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Oct. 1 The NW Bridge Program will present Study Skills 11 a.m.-noon in WFAB 2608 as part of its fall workshop series. Attendees will learn strategies…

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Latin filmmaker shares his wisdom with SE students

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By Courtney Horton/reporter As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, a SE guest speaker discussed a documentary called Latin Music USA and urged…

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Speaker explains textile tradition

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A bright azure sky frames a tall, mountain-like temple that cascades to the earth like steps coming down from heaven. This ancient structure is…

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South tackles conflict resolution

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South students gathered Sept. 22 to acquire better knowledge on different ways they can address conflict when it comes to any type of group…

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Hispanic Heritage

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Oct. 1 Entries are due by 5 p.m. in the student activities office for the NW Hispanic Heritage Month essay and creative works contest. Students can…

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Pride Week will raise awareness of LGBTQ culture

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Fort Worth Pride Week is right around the corner, and NW’s We Are One and TR’s TREE clubs are ready to…

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Pride Week Calendar

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Oct. 3, 6, 15 Students can learn how to be an advocate for members of the LGBTQ community. Participants will become familiar with language, resources…

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Adapted classic finds NW stage

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor A classic novel and high school literature staple is brought to life again in Theatre Northwest’s first show…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Oct. 2 South Campus’ fine arts department ends its exhibit of Randy Guthmiller’s art in the Carillon Gallery in the Joe B. Rushing Center for…

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Movie Review – Neeson delivers gripping thriller

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor A Walk Among the Tombstones chronicles the drama of an ex-cop-turned-private-detective as he tries to piece…

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NE ensemble features pieces from classical music legends

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Two NE Campus faculty members Hsinyi Wang and Gerald Ringe will perform music by Mozart and Weber at a live concert at 7 p.m. Oct. 7 in College Hall…

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South Campus ushers in new flag football season

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By Martin Paredes/reporter Day two of the regular season gave South Campus flag football fans an ample taste of what to expect when the playoffs…

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Tennis tournament heats up on NW

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Bergen Hart defeated Matthew Delaney 6-0 in the intramural tennis tournament on NW Campus Sept 24. The tournament began with 11 competitors in a…

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Film students’ infectious film gains awards

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Current and former TCC students won first place, audience favorite and best zombie FX awards in the Spread the…

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