October 22, 2014

Fright Fest – Six Flags offers roller coasters, terrifying prices

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor When October rolls around, the urge to be terrified fills the air, or maybe just the smell of fake…

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Hangman’s House of Horrors – Hangman’s reveals variety of scares

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Reopened in a different location, Hangman’s House of Horrors shows it can terrify and frighten in a new…

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Cutting Edge – Popular local haunt gives hourlong thriller

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor As October settles in and the leaves begin to change, Lancaster Avenue in Fort Worth is welcoming back its regular…

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Early voting to begin on most campuses

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Early voting will be available on four TCC campuses next week as voters choose new state and local…

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Chancellor announces health issue, plan to fight

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Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley has announced an unspecified medical issue, according to an email sent to faculty and staff Oct. 17. After the…

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Students enroll in new degrees before board approval

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC’s board of trustees approved four new degree plans during its Oct. 16 meeting. The approval is tardy as…

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Editorial – Upskirt photos shouldn’t be called art

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Perverts, now deemed artists, probably rejoiced last month when a Texas judge ruled upskirt photos are not only legal but also a work of…

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Viewpoint – Islamophobia stems from misinformation instead of real fear

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Fearing the unknown is a common human response, but it’s definitely not OK to fear a large group of…

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Viewpoint – News flash: Red Bull will not give you wings

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Apparently, Red Bull does not actually give you wings and magical energetic powers. A class action lawsuit was…

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Chicano racial injustices outlined in SE presentation

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By Victoria Cross/reporter Chicano parents took large strides to protect their future generations from being held back educationally and socially…

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NW Campus seminar to give students 12 laws of success

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NW Campus will present First in the Family: 12 Laws of Success for First-Generation College Students 12:30-1:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in the Michael Saenz…

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MLA, APA format demystified on NE

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By Jalyn Sneed/reporter Students learned the importance of the MLA/APA format for their academic papers, ways the two styles differ and the…

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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 win president Peter Jordan’s and vice president Larry Rideaux’s…

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Former TCC adviser honored at TCCJA conference

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor The Collegian staff received 20 awards at a Texas journalism competition where a former adviser was honored in…

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TCC students celebrate Eid in new, traditional ways

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By Linah Mohammad/reporter Salma Sammour had a once-in-a-lifetime experience this month. The SE continuing education student went to Mecca in…

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Horror’s role in humanity will be focus of NE event

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NE English assistant professor Lisette Blanco-Cerda will present A Rhetoric of Walking Skeletons at 11:10 a.m. Oct. 30 on NE Campus. The…

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Hispanic Heritage month ends with hugs

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By Lariza Moreno/reporter To conclude Hispanic Heritage Month, TCC hosted its fifth annual Abrazando al Éxito “Embracing Success” celebration…

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Students learn how to apply lessons from class to real-world situations, come out of shells

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief The core speech class requires more than what most introverts may be comfortable with, such as giving a speech to…

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NW to hold dance for child’s haven

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Students and staff can boogie their way to a good cause on NW Campus Oct. 30. The NW dance club will host the Monster Mash Dance-a-Thon, a…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Oct. 25 The SE drama program will host the Texas I Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival 8 a.m.-10 p.m. in the C.A. Roberson Theater.…

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Cultural diversity celebration livens SE Commons

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor A TCC electrician in a kilt, flags and music brought color and vibrancy to the Commons on SE Campus Oct.…

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NE Fall Festival gives students chance to ‘bust a move’

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Students on NE Campus were treated to the Fall Festival activities Oct. 15. The festivities included several tables run by student organizations on…

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Dominance key in second-round victories on NE

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By James Nwankpah/reporter TakeEd2Bed showed its dominance, beating two opponents in powerful fashion during NE Campus’ second round of flag…

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South flag football championship game will rematch strong teams

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By Martin Paredes/reporter After three hard-fought games Oct. 16, South Campus learned who would compete in its intramural flag football…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 23 South Campus concludes its fall flag football competition with its championship game(s). Play begins at 3:45 p.m. If a second game is needed,…

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Faculty shine in SE mixed-media exhibit

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE Campus faculty members are showing their true colors in Art Corridor II’s Faculty Biennial Art…

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