TCC celebrates 50 years

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Whether it’s a person or an institution turning 50, the celebration is not just inevitable, but special. As TCC…

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1965 – Pop culture rewind

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By Tabitha Redder/managing editor • Billboard top 100 song for most of July: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” – Rolling…

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First board sets tone, direction for district

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By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor TCC’s 50th anniversary celebration is not for a campus opening but for the election that brought TCC into…

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Chancellor reflects on 47 years at TCC

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Hadley goes from NE instructor to the top Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley is one of the pivotal figures that…

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South professor was student on day one

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By Adam Dodson/reporter On the day Tarrant County Junior College opened the doors of its first campus in 1967, if someone would have told…

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Rain never staved off South’s potential

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By Martin Paredes/south news editor South Campus, at what was then Tarrant County Junior College, opened its doors in the fall of 1967 after a…

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Bell key in forming TCC district

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By Matt Koper/ne news editor A man who has been with the college since its formation and was instrumental in forming the district has his name…

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NE reaps benefits of time, patience

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By Brendon James/reporter Being second sometimes has its perks After South Campus opened first in 1967, NE Campus opened in 1968. Time…

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Bicentennial year sees NW opening

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By Lariza Moreno/reporter NW Campus would be the third one to come along, but unlike NE and South, NW took quite a long time to build. In 1965,…

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Second chancellor credits TCC’s staff

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Many important people made TCC what it is today. C.A. Roberson was one of them. Director of finance, vice president…

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Cramped quarters leads to SE bonding

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By Linah Mohammad/se news editor Twenty years ago, the fourth installment of TCC campuses opened in the strategic area of Arlington, near the…

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TR struggles to open, but serves community

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor The history of TR Campus doesn’t go back far, but a lot has happened from the moment a need for a downtown campus…

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Notable former students call TCC home

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Wendy Davis Wendy Davis is a lawyer and Democratic politician who once took classes on NE Campus. Her original goal was to become a paralegal, but…

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First chancellor leaves his mark on district

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By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter Projecting his optimistic attitude wherever he was as well as his strong leadership skills, becoming the first…

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TCC releases its history in e-book

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By Chelsea Olson/reporter TCC was founded in 1965 and opened its first campus in 1967, an eventful time for the start of a new school to serve the…

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TCC to celebrate 50 years with party

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Turning 50 is a monumental occasion, which is why TCC’s 50th anniversary party will be the talk of the town. The…

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