October 15, 2014

BREAKING NEWS: Chancellor announces health issue

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley has announced an unspecified medical issue, according to an email sent to faculty…

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Woman arrested, charged with assault on NE

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A woman was arrested and charged with assault with bodily injury in the Subway on NE Campus Oct. 6. Aye Hlaing was taken to Hurst city jail after…

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Students help to renovate north Fort Worth home

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By Audrey Werth/reporter A team of TR Campus students came together Oct. 11 to paint the exterior of a man’s home as part of Cowtown Brush…

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South tries to keep enrollment up with community outreach

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Getting prospective students to enroll in classes and then trying to keep them until they finish is not a new…

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Editorial – Panic helps spread hysteria, not Ebola

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The Ebola virus has made its way to North Texas, but it is contained. The irrational fear of catching the virus, though, has spiraled out of…

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Viewpoint – Miss America scholarships misleading, objectify women

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By Tabitha redder/managing editor A 93-year-old organization striving for the celebration of women and scholarship was recently debunked, and the…

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Viewpoint – Subway shouldn’t be only campus food option

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC should have cheaper healthy food options for students. With the exception of TR Campus, students do not…

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South leadership chapter strives for success

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Ashley Wood/south news editor Leadership skills can be an important part of students’ lives, so South has chaptered a brand new leadership…

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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 for a chance to win president Peter Jordan’s and vice president Larry…

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UT Dallas professor tells SE about Zoot Suit Riots

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By Courtney Horton/reporter A riot during the summer of 1943 on the homefront while Americans were fighting against the racially intolerant Nazis…

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Lost and found donates items if not claimed

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Lost and found, located on all five campuses, contains many things, ranging from laptops and IDs to keys and jewelry and even steering wheels, dead…

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Parenting advice doled out on South Campus

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By Chelsea Olson/reporter Children must be given rules to live by, a representative from Families First told student parents Oct. 8 on South…

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Teacher breaks math barriers with SE students

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Part one in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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South Campus seminar teaches interview etiquette

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By Linah Mohammad/reporter A handshake, nametags and dinner etiquette can all help an applicant land a job. That was the message conveyed by…

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Student-created literary journal wins first place

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By Tamenia Jourdan/reporter NW Campus’ Marine Creek Reflections received first place in the Southwestern Division of the Community College…

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Student government discusses issues, plans improvements to South

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The South Campus Student Government Association held two open forum sessions Oct. 9 to allow students to share ideas as well as voice…

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SE success center to cater to new students, features games, prizes

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The SE Campus success center wants to get its name out to the masses through an upcoming event called Meet Your Success Coach. The event takes…

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TR welcomes youngsters for a safe Halloween event

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Families can Trick or Treat Down Main Street beginning at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 24 on TR Campus. For the third year, faculty, staff, clubs, organizations…

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Effective social media habits to be explained

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An interactive presentation addressing the seven habits of social media users — even the negative ones — will take place Oct. 22. Alma…

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SE Campus to offer interactive stress management workshop

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Students can learn emotional intelligence and ways to make better emotional decisions at a Stress Management workshop Oct. 23. Carisa Givens, SE…

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Movie Review – Mildly scary Annabelle entertaining, contains surprises

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Dolls have become a special plot device in horror movies over the last couple of decades, and it’s not just…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Oct. 18 The SE Campus theater program has brought the play Around the World in 80 Days to campus, directed by Pert Durapau. Evening performances…

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South Campus continues flag football competition

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By Martin Paredes/reporter Long touchdown passes proved the difference Oct. 9 in intramural flag football on South Campus. The Blazers won 46-8…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 16, 23 South Campus continues the playoff round of its flag football tournament. Games will be played at 3:35 p.m., 4:20 p.m. and 5:05 p.m. Oct.…

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TakeEd2Bed wins 22-0 in first NE game

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Acrobatic catches, long passes and evasive moves that could leave anyone crumbled on the grass wondering what just happened started NE Campus…

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Mosaic Dance Project to perform on NW

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Members of the Mosaic Dance Project will perform a concert of various works during Mosaic in Motion at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 24 in Theatre Northwest (WTLO…

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Textures from sand captured in bronze by art professor

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Lost and found finds new meaning in the second art exhibition on NW Campus this semester. Students can see…

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