November 12, 2014

Dancers converse in rhythm with audience

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief It was standing room only in the C.A. Roberson Theatre on SE Campus Nov. 8 when four dance companies from four…

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South registration gets reimagined

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Registration can be overwhelming for some students, making sure the classes they sign up for will count, and…

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Spring registration rapidly approaches

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Students can register for wintermester and begin spring priority registration starting Nov. 15. Priority enrollment depends on a student’s…

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Collegian receives awards from national associations

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor The Collegian staff came home from the National College Media Convention in Philadelphia with more baggage than…

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Editorial – Education lifelong marathon, not sprint

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The recent elections brought education issues into voters’ minds with one issue centered on higher education’s rate of completion determining…

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Viewpoint – Citizen participation in medical research helpful for all

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Audrey Werth/tr news editor If you haven’t actively been searching for information about citizen science, recent changes to medical science and…

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Viewpoint – Weightlifting has most benefits, visible results

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james nwankpah/ne news editor Every day, students are flooded with images in social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Some are…

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Subtlety favored approach to suicide prevention

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By Karina Mosqueda/reporter Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among adults between the ages of 25-34. In the state of Texas, suicide…

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NE professor explains how to capitalize on learning styles

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By James Nwankpah/ne news editor Students who know their own learning styles can gain more than those who don’t use self-knowledge. That was…

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First-generation students learn how they can gain from keys to success

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By Chelsea Olson/reporter One NW counselor doesn’t want TCC students to become dropout statistics. Through The 12 Laws of Success for…

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Speaker says laughter, glee can improve mental health

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By Matt Koper/reporter Cynthia Savage is healthy because she isn’t perfect and can laugh at her own mistakes. Savage, NE assistant…

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Names and Events

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Now-Nov. 14 The Organization of Latin Americans on SE Campus has teamed up with Helping Senior Citizens and The Salvation Army for Don’t Freak Out…

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Symposium centers on solving conflicts

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Conflict and ways to resolve it were the themes at a Oct. 28 NE Campus lunch and discussion for nearly 50 students. Leon Minor, NW student support…

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Budgeting seminar on NE encourages planning, saving

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By Tamenia Jourdan/reporter Budgeting, saving and making spending plans highlighted a presentation Oct. 30 by NE academic advisor Amy…

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SE classes collaborate on event for students to network, have fun

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE Campus jumped aboard the Collaboration Station Nov. 4 with the help of collaboration between business and…

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Owner reveals secrets to starting business

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By Michael Riddick/reporter South students received tips and advice on starting their own business Nov. 4 from the chief executive officer of…

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NE music assistant professor teaches with passion

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Collegiate Chorale students fill a classroom with ethereal hymns, high tones harmoniously blending with low tones. At the front of the room, NE…

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South financial workshop to provide aid, loan basics

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The cost of college is at an all-time high and rising. With having a degree as important as ever, it is sometimes hard to balance the cost with the…

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SE guest speaker to discuss insurance fraud, other crimes

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SE Campus will present Forgery, Drug Rings, Insurance Frauds, Embezzlement Nov. 18. Certified fraud examiner Susan Gunn will explain how to…

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International banquet on NE to feature several countries

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Phi Theta Kappa on NE Campus will sponsor an International Banquet Nov. 17. Stanley Chibueze, NE PTK president, will host this banquet involving…

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NE seminar to give students advice on debt, loan program

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Student borrowers of the Federal Direct Loan Program and/or the Federal Family Education Loan program may want to attend a special counseling session…

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Academy on NE to illustrate importance of team building

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NE student activities will present another chapter in the Student Leadership Academy: Building a Team Nov. 20. NE student development associate…

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SE workshop to teach key leadership skills for future

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The 25th Leadership Experience Summit is a great opportunity for students and participants to develop leadership skills to help them in the future,…

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Spanish Club celebrates Day of the Dead on NW

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By Linah Mohammad/reporter Painted skulls, dancers and historical characters helped NW students celebrate the Day of the Dead, a traditional…

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Historical play on South addresses current issues

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor The 1950s were a turbulent time in history, full of change as racism was confronted around the world. South…

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NE mythological production to highlight human emotions

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By James Nwankpah/ne news editor NE Campus is revisiting one of the more famous tales of Greek mythology with Eurydice by playwright Sarah…

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Horror reaches new depths of fear in NE presentation

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Lisette Blanco-Cerda, NE English assistant professor, showed students how important horror is in her Oct. 30…

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Native American Heritage Calendar

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Nov. 12 Government professor Lisa Uhlir will discuss the deepest and most lasting violation of native human rights 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Larry…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Nov. 20 SE Campus’ art program presents its Fine Arts Faculty Biennial Exhibit in Art Corridor II. The exhibit of art pieces by TCC faculty is…

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SE theater program highlights plays by students

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE theater program’s Black Box Studio is gearing up to host to a series of 10-minute, student-written…

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Gyllenhaal creeps with Oscar-worthy new thriller

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter With Oscar season in full swing, Nightcrawler is a film that will definitely make an impact at next year’s Academy…

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Jazz flick depicts zealous teacher, diligent drum student

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter Making his directorial debut, Damien Chazelle presents the audience with a gem that will keep them thinking for a…

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Accurate, impressive portrayal pulls no punches

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By Adam Dodson/reporter Kill The Messenger is a film about one of the most important, most unknown scoops in American history. The Michael…

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Radcliffe headlines familiar genre, but film underwhelms

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter With the Harry Potter films over, movie fans can look forward to seeing the range Daniel Radcliffe has as he starts…

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3-on-3 hoop tournament interests, excites on NW

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By Adam Dodson/reporter Splash fought through two days of play to win the NW Campus 3-on-3 basketball tournament Nov. 5-6. The final game came…

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Sports Calendar

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Nov. 15 South Campus’ Gobble Wobble fun run will take place at 9:30 a.m. in the SHPE parking lot. Students and faculty can participate for free…

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Native tradition celebrated in NE event

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Drums were struck and feet pounded the ground in time during the Native American cultural celebration Nov. 10 on NE Campus. Hosted by the Circle…

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