Employee worries about family living close to Ebola

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By Linah Mohammad/reporter While thousands of Americans were terrified by the recent Ebola outbreak in Dallas, fear was out of the question for…

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SE dedicates butterfly area, shares stories

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE students listened to three retired veterans as they described what the military had done for them, during a…

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Veterans encouraged to use military skills

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Students, faculty and staff joined to honor veterans at TR Campus’ Veterans Day Luncheon Nov. 11 where a speaker…

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Editorial – Stores stray from Black Friday tradition

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If consumers thought Black Friday started too early on Thanksgiving last year, they will be astonished by start times this year. Black Friday was…

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Viewpoint – Movement urges families to evaluate necessities, lifestyle

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tabitha redder/managing editor A small movement across the country is taking minimalism to an entirely new level and making a big…

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Viewpoint – Graduation speaker should have student vote

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jamil oakford/se news editor Commencement speakers have one of the biggest tasks at a graduation ceremony. Their job is to stare into a sea of…

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SE expo gives various options for senior students

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Seniors attending classes on SE Campus Nov. 13 may have gotten more information than they knew what to do with at…

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Good hygiene can provide flu prevention

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By Karina Mosqueda/reporter The flu season starts as early as October and peaks in January and February but can last as late as May. The flu is…

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NE speaker gives strategies for shared goals

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter NE students learned the value of establishing shared goals during a student leadership session Nov. 6. In How to…

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Defense mechanisms offer beneficial tools

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By Hope Sandusky/reporter Defense mechanisms are barriers we use to reduce anxiety and pain from life, said NW counselor James Sherwood Nov.…

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NW speaker presents five steps for forgiveness

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By Karina Mosqueda/reporter Forgive and forget — two phrases that go together. To forgive can be difficult when people have been hurt or…

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Native Americans lost culture in boarding schools

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By Matt Koper /reporter Lisa Uhlir was among the first generation of Native Americans who weren’t sent to Native American boarding…

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Financial goal-setting explained in seminar series on NE Campus

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NE students learned to make successful financial goals Nov. 12. Academic advisor Amy Reece presented Setting Goals: Getting There, part of a…

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Native American Heritage

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Nov. 19 NE students can learn about the history of most modern drugs, their derivation from nature and the use of plants and herbs in teas, poultices…

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Fall 2014 Exam Schedule

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Final examination periods will be a maximum of one hour and fifty minutes, and examinations will be conducted in the rooms where classes regularly…

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Names and Events

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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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Fine Arts program hits high note on SE

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Speaker shares struggle against self-acceptance

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Life coach Dakri Brown presented Intersection of Sexual Orientation, Race and Religion Nov. 11 on South Campus to a group of 40 students. Brown…

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NW professor reaches students inside, out of class

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Part five in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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Drama flick reveals depth with nice dose of humor

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Jon Stewart is best known for his satirical comedy The Daily Show. But with his directorial film debut, he may…

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Advising requires appointment now

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Students now must schedule a face-to-face advisement appointment with the introduction of the new Advising by Appointment program. Students can…

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South seminar gives insight on resumes

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South students gathered Nov. 10 to learn efficient and different methods to put professional resumes together. During this session, students…

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Entertainment Calendar

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

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Student winners display work in NW art exhibit

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Four NW student artists were given a massive canvas to create a piece of artwork in whichever form they…

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Students capture images while studying abroad

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By James Nwankpah/ne news editor It’s not often students get the opportunity to travel out of town, let alone out of the country. But thanks…

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NE Campus players come together for volleyball

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Ten people came together for the first NE Campus volleyball event of the semester Nov. 14. The event began with eight men but eventually grew to…

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Sports Calendar

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Nov. 20 South Campus round-robin dodgeball concludes. Play includes four maximum teams with six to eight players on each team. Games start at 3:30…

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Shootout victory for South soccer

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South faculty exhibit features mixed media

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor South Campus’ Carillon Gallery is exhibiting a diverse collection of faculty work including ceramics, paintings,…

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