September 9, 2015

Walker finds passion through radio courses

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By Kristina Bowles/reporter NE senior office assistant Brittany Walker came to TCC five years ago to take basic classes because she wanted to be…

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Hispanic Heritage Calendar

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Sept. 14 State Rep. Ramon Romero Jr. (D-Fort Worth) will speak to students about the importance of understanding the Constitution and detail how he…

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The forgotten meal

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By Jonathan Wahl/reporter TCC staff discuss importance of breakfast for students In 2011, the NPD research group studying the breakfast…

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Project outlines healthy habits

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By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Fort Worth partners with TCC for Blue Zone initiative Health and longevity will come in shades of blue as TCC…

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Students face issues with funding their fall courses

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By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief Some TCC students have had to drop classes due to a newly enforced regulation that sets how much financial aid…

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TCC makes sexual harassment training available online

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor TCC now offers Title IX training for students to inform them of their rights and steps they can take in situations…

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Degree audit can solve financial issues

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Many students are running into the same list of financial aid problems. “We see an average of 500 students a…

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SE students find place to relax between classes

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By Jalyn Sneed/reporter In the SE Campus hangout area known as The Hive, students can relax, socialize, play games and even watch TV during the…

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Field of study eases transfer process

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By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief NW student Bailey Carothers is pursuing a degree in business. He is taking a variety of classes relating to his…

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Students earn credit from CLEP

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By Lariza Moreno/reporter Students who are fluent in a foreign language can take an exam to receive credit instead of taking a course.  TCC…

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Community activist to speak on TR

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Community leader Eva Bonilla will speak on TR Campus Sept. 25 at the 27th Leadership eXperience Summit: Diversity…

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SE highlights 1930s Dust Bowl

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By Dylan Leverett/reporter The SE Campus library is currently host until Oct. 23 to the Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone Dry: A Traveling Exhibit…

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Editorial – Hip-hop at its peak, still misogynistic

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Hip-hop is a genre at its peak of popularity. But while it deserves its time in the sun, its popularity is shedding light on a troublesome patch in…

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Viewpoint – Materialism at root of our struggle for happiness

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor To a stranger, it may seem that our society is not a happy one. Blog posts and newspaper articles are constantly…

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Viewpoint – Locally grown food healthy, safe way to eat

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Down on the farm has a whole new meaning. Gone are the days where you must live on a farm to enjoy fresh foods. Now,…

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Movie Review – Latest film in series predictable, offensive

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor If you don’t wish to leave the theater thinking the art of storytelling is dead, don’t go see The Transporter…

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CD Review – Sparks shows glimmer of new sound

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By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Four years after her last album, Jordin Sparks has graced the music world with a new album, Right Here Right Now,…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Sept. 30 Bamboo Art by Shane Whitehead is on display on the upper level of the NE Campus J. Ardis Bell Library. The collection includes large…

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NE artist finds inspiration in bamboo

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Shane Whitehead, NE kinesiology instructional associate, is known for self-defense maneuvers and Kenpo martial…

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Names and Events

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Now-Oct. 23 SE’s Judith J. Carrier Library is host to Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone Dry: A Traveling Exhibit on SE Campus. The display describes…

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Devlin shows passion for stage, Shakespeare

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By Brendon James and Tabitha Redder The NE Campus English department chair also has a passion for theater. Eric Devlin has been regularly…

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