NE students lend a helping hand to fellow students

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by Hope Sandusky/reporter NE's Student Leadership Academy members spent the afternoon Dec. 2 filling and wrapping shoeboxes full of items for…

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TCC sues Chesapeake, Total for gas royalties

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief TCC says that Chesapeake Energy has underpaid the college for gas royalties from wells on South and NE campuses,…

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Tarleton State campus hosts TCC classes

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor After one semester of offering TCC courses at Tarleton State University’s Fort Worth Campus, administrators said…

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Research displayed at scholarship lunch

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Roughly 60 students gathered at South’s cafeteria Nov. 20 for an important night of displaying their research in…

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Veteran keeps moving after injury in military

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Marine Staff Sgt. Shannon Rogers sat with a broken back in a physical therapy room on a North Carolina base when…

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Social media can ignite political efficacy

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There’s been a proud tradition in the American culture of protesting. From the march on Selma and Washington during the Civil Rights Movement to…

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Viewpoint – People should expand their usual definition of creativity

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Creativity is generally associated only with fine art. Frequently, people claim they are not creative though they…

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Viewpoint – Make better traditions with family, community

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dylan bradley/editor-in-chief It’s the same scene every year. People rush in and out of stores to do their holiday shopping. Sales banners and…

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NE radio-centric club helps students focus on important parts of medium

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By James Nwankpah/ne news editor Getting a single voice to be heard among the crashing waves of numerous student opinions in a sea of constantly…

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Winter blows in charitable gifts for TCC

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By James Nwankpah/ne news editor Most winter lovers have already purchased every gift they plan to give to their loved ones come December 25. But…

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NE discussion reveals covert formula to successful groups

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By Victoria Cross/reporter The secrets of great groups, behavioral traits of good leaders and team dysfunctions formed the discussion for the…

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Guest speaker reveals secrets of internal theft in businesses

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By Rubi Hurtado/reporter Three out of every five businesses have internal stealing, and 85 percent of businesses go though some type of fraud, a…

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Repayment vital for student loans, good credit score

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Borrowing money is not something to be taken lightly, a NE financial aid associate said Nov. 20. During an exit counseling session, Imelda Ramos…

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Names and Events

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Russell Lee Brown received a $300 scholarship for finishing first place in TCC Connect’s “What Success Means to Me” essay competition as part…

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Native Americans demonstrate culture on SE

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By Jamil Oakford/se news editor The sound of steady drums filled SE Campus’ Main Commons Nov. 20 as a tepee was erected. Student activities…

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Native civil rights discussed on SE

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By Curtis Howe/reporter The history of the Native American Civil Rights Movement is a long one that young people of any race must get involved in,…

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Students learn meaning behind spirit animals

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People find things in their lives every day that are meaningful to them, and the closer one can get to an object, the more powerful it can be, a NE…

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South student overcomes aneurysm, brain surgery

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By Ashley Wood/south news editor Deborah Crawford woke up in a New York hospital six weeks after brain surgery in 2010 unable to speak or move…

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VITA starts SE sessions

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By Courtney Horton/reporter Several SE students have been given the opportunity to put their class lessons to practical use and help others in…

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TR leadership summit presents history, culture

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By Brittany Mitchell/reporter For the last TR Leadership eXperience Summit of the semester Nov. 21, a Comanche educator helped students learn…

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Smithsonian exhibit will visit SE Campus library in January

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SE’s Judith Carrier Library has a special exhibit coming in January for students to both learn from and enjoy. The Smithsonian Institution will…

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Districtwide job fair will fill 100 part-time positions

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief A supplemental instruction job fair Dec. 6 on TR Campus will aim to fill 100 part-time staff positions across the…

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Cadet success tied to living by Honor Code

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With such a rich history dating back to the Revolutionary War, West Point has been committed to moral and ethical excellence. West Point’s…

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West Point combats sexual assault war front

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By Michael Riddick/reporter Cadet Nicole Zajimovic, USMA class of 2016, discussed an initiative beginning in 2012 to combat sexual harassment at…

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NE coordinator sheds light on life as USMA cadet in session

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By Tamenia Jourdan/reporter West Point alumnus and NE continuing education coordinator of special projects Harry Johnson gave insight on what…

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Cheerleader runaways feel grief, loss in NW play

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Theatre Northwest cheers its way to its final production of the semester, adequately named Be…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Dec. 5 Students can see an exhibition of highlighted works produced by photography study abroad participants in College Hall (NCAB 1111) on NE…

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SE wins volleyball contest

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By James Nwankpah/ne news editor SE Campus dethroned the defending champions to win the fourth annual TCC intermural 6-on-6 coed volleyball…

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Swimming, winning in SE gym

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Students, faculty run, walk in NE Turkey Trot

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International cuisine hits home with NE students

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Students traveled the world during the International Banquet on NE Campus Nov. 17. Students representing Jordan, Nepal, Vietnam, Puerto…

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Secrets to Better Sleep

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by Riddick/reporter The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified sleep deprivation as an epidemic, a psychology associate…

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