February 4, 2015

NE parade to spice up Fat Tuesday celebration

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor On Fat Tuesday, Feb. 17, students and many campus organizations can have fun and enjoy themselves. The NE drama…

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Classes discuss Mideast issues

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By Linah Mohammad/se news editor The long-simmering Palestinian-Israeli conflict has become hard to follow for many Americans. But on TCC…

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SE adjunct pays off bet when students pass Cisco test

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By Linah Mohammad/se news editor Bzzzzzz!  Students in Julio Casablanca’s class were laughing as their teacher fulfilled his bald…

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Students must now set appointment to receive advising districtwide

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Students across the district seeking advising must now make an appointment to see an academic…

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Editorial – Free college comes with high price tag

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President Barack Obama spoke recently about his plan to make “free” community college available for all. On the surface, the idea of the federal…

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Viewpoint – Freedom-of-speech restrictions still exist around world

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By Linah Mohammad/se news editor Americans can criticize Obama, Bush and their great-grandfathers, and they don’t think much of it. However, in…

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Viewpoint – Confusing weather causing fashion faux pas

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter If my great-grandmother were alive and eavesdropped on my morning closet meeting titled “What Hat to Wear Today: Straw…

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South discusses good note-taking

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By Victoria Almond/reporter College students often struggle with taking notes in their classes, and those who do take notes struggle with…

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NE offers seminar on WebAdvisor

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By David Rojas/reporter Most students don’t know what myTCC/Blackboard and WebAdvisor have to offer, said Jeanette Jacobs, NE academic support…

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Program seeks to end smoking

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Smoking is a habit that’s often hard to kick, but Tarrant County Public Health has a free program to assist…

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Students to feast at NE luncheon focused on heart health

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor Students and faculty will gain insight Feb. 11 into the effect a healthy lifestyle can have on preventing one of the…

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South team victorious in Vegas

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By Martin Paredes/south news editor The South Campus National Association of Home Builders team won three national awards from the NAHB…

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Names & Events Calendar

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Miceala Castaneda, Morgan Gardner, Aaron Kellner, Kaitlyn McIntire, Angie Ntavyo and Reagan Stephens are students that will attend the Texas Music…

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NE seminar helps students maintain healthy relations

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By Leyla Oun/reporter A healthy relationship that is both functional as well as satisfying — a feat not easily obtained. That was the message…

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Learning styles discussed, found in South’s seminar for students

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By Preston Luebbehusen/reporter Students can make the most of their time in school by understanding their own style of learning. That was the…

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NW to feature series of workshops about elements of relationships for students

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By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor The NW advising and counseling department will host Love is Respect noon-1 p.m. Feb. 12 in the Michael Saenz…

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SE presentation to focus on King’s legacy, life, impact

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By Linah Mohammad/se news editor As part of the Changing America exhibit, the SE Campus Carrier Library will host The Life and Times of the…

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King’s philosophy at center of talk

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By Gregory Hoeft/reporter With the Civil Rights Movement mired in the mud of Jim Crow laws, Martin Luther King Jr. wrote a powerful letter in…

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Black History Month Calendar

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Now-Feb. 28 TR students can see and hear Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech on the Rotunda wall. For more information, contact student…

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Songwriter gives harmonic advice to musicians

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By Martin Paredes/south news editor A songwriter and author stressed pursuing excellence, maintaining a work ethic and establishing credibility…

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NW gallery mixes science, creation in art

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By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor NW’s Lakeview Gallery is displaying the work of different professional artists in GMO: Grotesquely Macabre…

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Book Review – Interesting book cover leads to interesting read

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor Slim, eclectic but not entirely new, Japanese author Haruki Murakami’s 2008 novella The Strange Library was…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Feb. 16 The NW art department is presenting GMO: Grotesquely Macabre Organisms in the Lakeview Gallery located in WFAB 1135A. Featuring the works…

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Music Review – 6th-album effort falls short of great

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief After the two-year wait between its last critically acclaimed album Save Rock and Roll, Fall Out Boy has graced…

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Students, faculty pick their Grammy favorites

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By Adam Dodson/reporter Students and faculty were not exactly on pins and needles with anticipation of the Grammy Awards Feb. 8, but most did have…

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BEYOND THE LINE OF DUTY – Campus officers are sometimes counselors, locksmiths and guides as well

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor NW police officer Leonard Jessie approached a student sitting in the hallway to ask how he was doing. A simple…

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