Editorial – Copyright laws could slow creativity

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Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’ “Blurred Lines” has come under scrutiny for copyright infringement. Artists and music lovers should…

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Viewpoint – Eliminating inspection stickers will make roads safer

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter After more than 60 years, inspection stickers have become a thing of the past. As of March 1, Texas no longer…

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Viewpoint – New hip-hop artists send wrong messages

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By Adam Dodson/reporter In its earliest, purest form, hip-hop was a beacon, an oasis of free expression in a desert of unrelatable empty pomp.…

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Movie Review – New Disney version of Cinderella unique, fresh but drags on

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By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor A movie that has been adapted dozens of times, Disney’s live-action remake of Cinderella tells nothing…

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Movie Review – Chappie provokes wealth of emotions in audience

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor Chappie brings forth emotions to the one thing typically not associated with feelings — robots.  Directed by…

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Movie Review – Morel’s Gunman slowly disappoints

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter Sometimes an impressive cast just isn’t enough to make a quality film. The Gunman proves that and will find…

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South gallery displays ex-TCC instructor’s art

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By Martin Paredes/south news editor Ryder Richards’ unique and interactive The Idyll art show is on display in South’s Carillon Gallery until…

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Intramural basketball players finally lace up

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By Martin Paredes/south news editor After delay, YakkSQUAD takes lead in tournament  After many reschedules due to weather, intramural…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-March 27 Theatre Southeast will present CHOP by SE drama adjunct Brad McEntire at 7:30 p.m. March 25-27 and 1:30 p.m. March 27 in the Blackbox…

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NW Dada Day exhibit pushes art boundaries

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By Hope Sondusky/nw news editor The NW art department will hold its annual Dada Day art exhibit March 30-April 2. The weeklong event allows…

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NW students may pay more lab fees for piloting degree

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Students in NW’s aviation program could pay several thousand dollars more in lab fees after the approval made…

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Profile – NE instructor finally doing what she loves

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By Brendon James/reporter Fung’s journey lead’s her to job abroad before arriving at TCC  After years of job searching and freelancing, NE…

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Profile – Passion, sunny disposition fuel NW administrator

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter TCC’s Joe Rode uses positivity, kindness to help connect with students in his career A lesson to be learned is…

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TCC offers private music lessons

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By Brendon James/reporter Students can learn one-on-one how to play instruments to their heart’s content. TCC offers private lesson courses…

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Israeli leader talks Middle East, peace

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief The strength of America is the fact that it decided to give rather than take, Israel’s former leader told the…

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Highly-sought accreditation given to South

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By Martin Paredes/south news editor South’s construction management technology program has become the 12th college in the U.S. and only the…

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Stress can be harmful to health

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By La Vista Palmes/reporter The belief that stress is harmful is actually more harmful than stress itself, TR students learned March…

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MADD myths debunked on TR

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By La Vista Palmes/reporter TR students learned a few common myths about Mothers Against Drunk Driving March 3. Victim services specialist…

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NE seminar talks about importance of leadership

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By Victoria Almond/reporter The most important part of leadership is character, a NE history instructor said during a student success seminar…

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Students discover more on emotions in NE presentation

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By Leyla Oun/reporter With a college degree, a comfy position at any company of choice should appear to be an obtainable goal. However, without…

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Filmmakers share their secrets on South

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By Kathryn O'Brien/reporter Being kind of crazy and all over the industry is a good thing, two filmmakers told South students March 3. Lisa…

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South students learn about careers in various medical fields during fair

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By Melanie Urrejola/reporter Community colleges can play a big role in medical field preparation, the chief diversity officer of the American…

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Two alumni up for board seat

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Teresa Marie Ayala, Josh Barber campaign for District 1 spot  Two new candidates for TCC’s Board of…

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NE career center will explain resume building, cover letters

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By Dylan Leverett/reporter Students can learn how to get an edge on other job applicants in a presentation by NE career services coordinator…

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Workshops to help students keep pace

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By Dylan Leverett/reporter NE Campus will hold a series of workshops to help students get their collective heads back in the game.  “Bottom…

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Names & Events

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March 25 The SE Student Leadership Academy will present a one-hour resume building class at 4 p.m. in ESEE 1105. March 25 SE health services will…

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TR volunteers help give back to community

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Each year, groups of TR students, faculty and staff volunteer around the community for a Day of…

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NE symposium explores gender struggle

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by Larriane Lee/reporter Members of the LGBTQ community account for 30 percent of all suicides, a NE psychology instructor told NE students March…

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Women learn protection tips in NE session

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor NE instructional associate teaches how to survive in dire situations Women learned how to better prepare for and…

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Women’s History Month Calendar

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Now-March 31 The NW Campus library’s Women’s History Month display is available during regular school hours through the remainder of the…

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South Campus honors female author during presentation

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By Gregory Hoeft South Campus students heard the history of Breaking Barriers: The Life of Elithe Kirkland, Texas’ First Great Female Author…

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Look for happiness, prepare many options, says life coach

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By Alex Miller/reporter Stories shape the way humans live. That was the message given as part of Women’s History Month by the South…

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Nursing program opens doors for students in medical fields

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor TCC provides learning needed for nursing careers, former students say TCC nursing graduate Jill Whitfield was…

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Students learn skills for coping with disabilities

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By Victoria Almond/reporter Ray Charles, Steve Jobs, Robin Williams and Beethoven have one thing in common — they had learning…

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Take HIV seriously, health experts say

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By Leyla Oun/reporter During childhood, the boogey-man was the most terrifying concept to lurk beneath the covers, but entering adulthood, the…

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NW conference explores power of love

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By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor The NW speech discipline will host the Love Conference 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. April 2 in WSTU 1303 with the theme…

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SE student volunteers spend their weekend building home

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By Linah Mohammad/se news editor The dust has settled on the wall frames of a new Habitat for Humanity house in Fort Worth. Only this time, the…

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