April 1, 2015

TCC welcomes visitors with showcase

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor All TCC campuses opened their doors wide during the Community and High School Showcase March 28. Potential…

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Editorial – Hot fingers on Twitter jeopardize jobs

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With social media as one of the main ways people communicate today, it’s no wonder some users feel entitled to voice their opinions about certain…

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Viewpoint – Servers make below minimum wage, so tip accordingly

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Making $2.13 an hour is not an aspiring career for many people.   A lot of servers at restaurants are students…

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Viewpoint – Why do movies take all day to watch now?

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By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor Once upon a time, you could go to the theater and for a mere 90 minutes, enjoy a movie.  You would get to the…

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SE seminar discusses degradation of women in society, gender roles

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By Samuel Medina/reporter Two government instructors told SE students they were in for a huge shock March 23. Marilyn Murphy and Ruthann Geer…

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Dancers return to roots at Theatre Northwest

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By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor The NW Mosaic Dance Project and Northwest Dance Company, along with several different dance classes, will perform…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-April 2 The Carillon Gallery on South ends its exhibit Ryder Richards: The Idyll. The Carillon is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. or by reservation. The…

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Movie Review – Cartoon hits monotonous note

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter When it comes to animated films geared toward young children, an important factor in its potential success is making…

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Movie Review – Film suffers from pacing

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Top billing does not a movie make. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper are back together for Serena after…

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Music Review – Lamar’s new album provides social challenge to listeners

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Kendrick Lamar’s full of surprises, from performing on a moving truck in Los Angeles last week to releasing his highly…

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Profile – Dance teacher finds ‘dream job’

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor After nearly going back home, Choi decided to stay with NE Campus NE dance associate professor Kihyoung Choi was…

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Profile – SE staffer preaches vegan lifestyle

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By Linah Mohammad/se news editor A plate of seasoned rice, lentils and soy crumbles, topped with caramelized onions and raisins.  Addas polo,…

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Sexual assault bill to enforce more policies

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief The Texas Legislature is currently debating a bill that would require higher education institutions to create and…

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South students gifted $500 scholarships over breakfast

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By Martin Paredes/so news editor Five South Campus students received $500 scholarships March 24 during the President’s Scholarship…

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Collegian staff wins AP award

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor The Collegian won best non-daily newspaper among all colleges and universities in the state by the Texas Associated…

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Lakhani beats all in NE pingpong tournament

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor Sunny Lakhani earned bragging rights after going undefeated in the Pingpong Club’s first tournament March 25 on NE…

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YakkSQUAD sweeps South basketball

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By Martin Paredes/so news editor The shortened intramural basketball season at South came to a riveting end March 24 as the YakkSQUAD downed the…

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Brain injury victim talks on NW

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By Alex Wright/reporter Loss, hope and healing are the three main stages brain injury patients go through during their personal recovery, speakers…

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NE German club to visit festival

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor Deutscher Samstag or “German Saturday” will be April 11 at the University of North Texas.  The NE German Club…

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Outreach to bring bunnies to kids

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter The NE PALS Club needs help spreading some love this Easter. The club is urging students to do some good by bringing…

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Author to share, discuss new novel

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor An author will share excerpts from her debut novel with TCC students, faculty and staff. Laura McBride, author of…

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Students learn how to beat procrastination

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By Jonathan Wahl/reporter Procrastination affects nearly everyone, a counselor told a group of NW students March 24. Brentom Jackson spoke from…

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Financial stability requires strategy, goals

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By Larraine Lee/reporter Saving a little out of every paycheck is a good start to securing long-term financial stability, according to the Setting…

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Resume building highlighted

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By Raven Posteal/reporter Setting goals and completing a resume before students graduate will pay off later, the South career center coordinator…

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Students can get financial aid help

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By Preston Luebbehusen/reporter Students can learn important changes when the Women In New Roles program sponsors Financial Aid for College…

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Names & Events

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April 1 South Campus will host multiple fairs 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the SSTU dining hall and foyer. The counseling and wellness fair and the job fair…

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Educators talk on feminism during session

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By David Rojas/reporter A panel of educators talked about the meaning of feminism to NE students March 25. The panelists included NE history…

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Negative past fuels positive future

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By Samuel Medina/reporter It’s the very things in people’s pasts that can fuel their future, a speaker told South students and faculty March…

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TR club showcases successful women

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Students in a TR club have joined together to uplift the women on campus and in their community to become the best…

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NOW film focuses on black activism

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By Alex Miller/reporter For Women’s History Month, South Campus hosted Makers — Women Who Made America, March 25.  The documentary in the…

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NE staff aids in successful race

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By Dylan Leverett/reporter Many obstacles can trip up students in their pursuit of a degree. However, these obstacles are easy to overcome if…

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Speakers to discuss Civil War on NE

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor NE Campus will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War April 6-11 with a series of presentations and a…

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NE sprint car raises cancer awareness

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor A special tribute has been made to those battling a deadly disease: breast cancer. Keith Ross, who works in…

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NE leaders learn conflict resolving

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By Tiffany Stamness/reporter NE students learned strategies for dealing with conflict March 24 during a Student Leadership Academy…

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Students reflect on their different wardrobes

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Be it a hyperbole or a tell-all book, clothes continuously illuminate new narratives without saying a word.  NE…

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