NW student continues moving forward after car accident leaves him sightless

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Joel Hernandez enjoys thrilling things, but he likes normal things too. He wakes up, eats breakfast and…

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Man’s strange behavior alarms female student

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A female NE student reported that a man tried to coerce her into his vehicle around 2:30 p.m. Sept. 29 in a parking lot on NE Campus. The white…

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$5 meals offer students with alternative menu options every Monday

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Every Monday, students and employees on SE Campus get a little more variety for food than just Subway. The…

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Editorial – Vaccines necessary — no debate about it

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Some parents have decided against vaccinating their children because they fear it will give their children autism. This is not true. Not…

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Viewpoint – Deceptive ‘health’ clinics falsely portray abortion services

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Women, if you’re pregnant or plan to conceive, beware the insidious “Crisis Pregnancy Centers” that…

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Viewpoint – Boy bands aren’t evil, look at Justin Timberlake

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor People are drawn to music artists for various reasons, be it sound, lyrics or overall look and/or feel. Now,…

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Names and Events

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Now-Oct. 31 South Campus Phi Theta Kappa will sell raffle tickets for $1 to enter for a chance to win president Peter Jordan’s and vice president…

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Idea Store gives TR Campus room to study, relax

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By Adam Dodson/reporter In front of TR Campus is a state-of-the art clubhouse called the Idea Store. It’s a meeting place, multi-tasking all…

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South speaker hits healthy meals tips

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South Campus students who participated in the Healthy Meal Plan class said they learned more about nutrition and its impact on their lives, thanks to…

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Hispanic Heritage

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Now-Oct. 9 Student artwork entered in the Trinity River Art Show is on display on TRTR Main Street on TR Campus. Students can vote on the artwork…

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Zumba classes combine dancing, exercise on NE

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By Karina Mosqueda/reporter Bailamos! Free Zumba classes sponsored by NE health services are available on NE Campus for students and…

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Advisor suggests saving money, other debt-reducing strategies

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By Tamenia Jourdan/reporter Seven out of 10 Americans live paycheck to paycheck. The total U.S. debt is $17 trillion. In one recent year, the…

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SE play brings sense of adventure

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor An adventurous classic that spans the whole world is coming to the C.A. Roberson Theatre on SE Campus. Around…

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PTK raffles prime parking on South

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Finding a decent parking space on campus can be a headache, especially when late students must park in the…

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NE Ethos workshop travels to Westeros

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About 30-40 NE students attended A Rhetoric of Ice and Fire: The Appeal of Ethos in Westeros Sept. 25. The concept focuses on the use of language…

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Pride Week Calendar

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Oct. 8 Red paper will cover the hallways of TRTR Main Street 11 a.m.-noon on TR Campus. The event includes gift cards, HIV testing across from the…

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Movie Review – Missing wife leaves loved ones in suspense

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If watching real-life media coverage of missing persons isn’t hard enough, especially in the age of the 24-hour news cycle, there’s a movie that…

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Movie Review – Tracks travels too far

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Based on her memoir of the same name, Tracks follows Robyn Davidson’s nine-month journey across the Australian desert. The film stars Mia…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Oct. 9 Student artwork entered in the Trinity River Art Show is on display 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on TRTR Main Street on TR Campus. Students can vote on…

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South favorites upset

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By Martin Paredes/reporter Week two of South’s intramural flag football tournament found favorites Blazers get upset and Thursday’s games get…

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NE begins flag football intramural season

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Flag football will begin soon on NE Campus. Laura Bradford, health and physical education instructional associate, encouraged all students to…

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Sports Calendar

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Now-Oct. 9 South Campus’ intramural teams are playing their flag football regular season at 3:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday on the southeast…

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Fairgoers flock to classic favorites, new attractions

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The State Fair of Texas’ 128th annual celebration of state pride is underway with the theme “Deep in the Heart of Texas.” The fair held in…

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