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Now-Dec. 5 NW student development services is hosting a community service donation drive benefiting Cook Children’s Hospital. Donations accepted…

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Big issues face voters as election nears

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    Education: Wendy Davis Wants pre-kindergarten to be expanded into a full-day program for people with low incomes, limited English or…

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Candlelight vigil recognizes car accident victim

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC police officer Keith Foster came to work early every day to go to the student activities window and speak…

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Texas requires voters show ID

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Texans will need more than just a voting card at the polls to vote in next week’s gubernatorial election. As…

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Report says car burglaries declined, but new problem highlighted

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief The number of motor vehicle burglaries and thefts has declined across the district while the number of reported…

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Editorial – Education shouldn’t be far-fetched goal

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Education is one of the greatest freedoms afforded to citizens of any country. And though it’s easy to take for granted all the benefits of going…

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Viewpoint – Quick research can help voters make smart booth decisions

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Tabitha Redder/managing editor Voting season crept up on many students this year. Amid the stacks of homework, studying, possible transfer…

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Viewpoint – Stubbornness over petty issues has time, place

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dylan bradley/editor-in-chief People love proving themselves right, but when is it actually worth the fight to prove it? For instance, when a…

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Fashion trends market to breast cancer awareness

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Pink products have infiltrated the fashion market. Gone are the days of broadcasting one’s support for breast…

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Counselor helps students manage stress, emotions

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By Jalyn Sneed/reporter Students were taught how to control unwanted emotions at the Stress Management presentation on NE Campus Oct. 23. SE…

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South Campus students voice their wants, needs during Q&A session

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor The communication line between administrators and students can be unclear at times, so South student development…

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Racism illustrated in upcoming South show

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Student walks away from accident

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Bayou City tournament successful for NE speech

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By Victoria Cross/reporter The NE speech and debate team made a mark last weekend at the Bayou City Swing Tournament in Houston. The team of…

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NE students learn how ethical lines can become blurred

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter An English assistant professor told students Oct. 21 that ethics aren’t always clear-cut. “It’s all about…

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South instructor uses laughter to help students grasp biology

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Part three in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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Presentation on NE gives negative, positive social media views

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By Matt Koper/reporter Alma Martinez-Egger has her dream job because she protected her image. Martinez, the human resources director for online…

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SE project wants students involved politically

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By Courtney Horton/reporter One SE government instructor encourages her students to get involved in politics and get to know what’s going on…

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NE seminar helps to end procrastination, soon-ish

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By Victoria Cross/reporter Procrastination may be common among college students, but a NE success coach gave students tips on procrastination…

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Laughing plus its benefits explained in upcoming talk

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An interactive presentation designed to make students laugh and learn laughter’s benefits will be held Nov. 5. NE mental health assistant…

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Discussion about conflict resolution to be held on NE

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Conflict resolution will be the topic of a discussion presented by Leon Minor, NW student support coordinator, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Larry…

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Students get to see through Native eyes in new presentation

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NE Campus will hold an event to give attendees a better understanding of the history of Native Americans through a native perspective at 12:30 p.m.…

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NE series focuses on Native American knowledge, future

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Lisa Uhlir, NE government professor, will hold a discussion over Native American learning and a Native American perception of knowledge to kick-start…

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Code to preparing exceptional resumes cracked on South

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South students can expect to learn resume basics Nov. 10. During this session, students can acquire knowledge on how to use the various formats,…

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CEO will address entrepreneurship on South Campus

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Prospective entrepreneurs can get help during Is Owning Your Own Business for You? at 11:15 a.m. Nov. 4 in the SSTU Texas Room on South…

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Cultural attire brings dialogue

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Many are anticipating Halloween this year, even planning their costumes weeks in advance, some with little…

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Universities come to SE for play festival

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE Campus served as host for this year’s Texas I Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Oct.…

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South, NE celebrate National French Week

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By Brittany Mitchell and Ashley Wood French week is a time to celebrate food, French film and love, of lawn bowling that is, on NE and South…

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NW pays respect to, celebrates deceased

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NW students can remember their lost loved ones at the Spanish Club’s annual Day of the Dead celebration. The event will be 9:30-10:45 a.m. Nov.…

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Fury flick paints honest picture of brutality in war

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter Set during World War II in April 1945, Fury gives viewers a solid, gripping and effective story about war that is…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Oct. 31 The NW visual arts department presents Greg Reuter: Bronze Sculptures in the Lakeview Gallery (WFAB 1135A). Drawing inspiration from the…

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NE drama program ‘tinkers’ with community production

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The NE drama department is serving the community with its production of Toy Camp through Nov. 20. Toy Camp is a play that also doubles as an…

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Superstitions run amok while Halloween draws near, beware

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Halloween has quickly approached, which means scary movies, haunted houses and superstitions running rampant. Superstition is defined as a belief…

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South football champs finish with perfect season

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By Martin Paredes/reporter South’s intramural flag football championship game saw Nike cap off its undefeated season after a hard-fought 26-12…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 31 NE Campus continues its 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the NHPE gym. No pre-registration is required to participate. Those who are…

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South gets ready for Gobble Wobble

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South Campus is gearing up for its annual Gobble Wobble fun run Nov. 15. The 1K fun run will begin at 9 a.m., and the 5K run will begin at 9:30…

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TCC’s new tennis club open to district

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Racket-bearing students across the district now have a new place to serve. “We’re sort of a team but…

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