South shows off its technology

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor South Campus opened its new, environmentally friendly technology building, offering classes this semester for…

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TR Campus’ founding president retires

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Although she originally planned to stay at TCC a few years and move to a university, TR Campus’ founding…

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Board votes yes to tuition increase

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By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief Students will see an increase in tuition starting in spring 2016 after TCC’s board of trustees approved the new…

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Campus carry arrives at TCC in August 2017

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By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Over the summer break, the Texas Legislature passed a law that will allow students, faculty and staff to bring…

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NE faculty showcase artwork

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2015 Painting Exhibition Cindy Hurt - Scott Parker Suzanne Perez - Andrew Stalder College Hall, NCAB 1111 on NE Campus Reception: 11…

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CD Review – Album offers wide mixture of good, boring selections

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By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Vintage Latino presents a hit-and-miss collection of music from various Latin American artists. With this…

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Movie Review – Irritating plot provides no escape for audience

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By Tabitha Redder/reporter In No Escape, a family’s journey to survive in an ambiguous unspecified Asian country was shot well but carries the…

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Editorial – School fumbles with free speech rights

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Social media has developed a large gray area over what qualifies as “freedom of speech” and what can be labeled as offensive. Posts filled…

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Viewpoint – Cyber breach exposes more than extramarital affairs

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Tabitha Redder/reporter Infidelity and adultery have always lurked in dark corners as unmentionable taboos, but a recent cyber hack brought…

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Viewpoint – NASA budget cuts harm Earth exploration

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Jamil Oakford/managing editor Between capturing the first pictures of Pluto and the discovery of an Earth-like planet not too far away, NASA has…

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From teacher to VPAA, Smith reflects on TCC

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By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief When asked what he will miss the most about TCC, Gary Smith says it will be the people. “The thing you…

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Students share on managing stress

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By Kathryn O’Brien/reporter Students shouldn’t give up or get complacent, experienced TCC students suggest for avoiding stress in…

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Sophomores offer survival guide to new enrollees

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Most students know to study the syllabus before the semester begins, but TR student John Koutsousfis recommends studying…

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Students tackle back-to-school jet lag

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By Jamil Oakford/managing editor As students filter back into class, an unmistakable fatigue surrounds them as they try to gear up for the…

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Advising office assists outside classes

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By Jessy Diamba/reporter Not only does an early visit to the advising/counseling center make sense because it’s required, but students can…

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Students discuss balancing stresses of college courses

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By Devin Simkins/reporter Struggling with how to study for college is a common issue for students. “The biggest thing that high school…

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First-time students adapt to college life

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By Gregory Hoeft/reporter First-time-in-college students learn finding that perfect balance between more freedom and getting schoolwork completed…

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Career services aids job search

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By Rodrigo Valverde and Dylan Leverett Getting started on one’s career path is never an easy thing, and it can be stressful without proper…

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Transfer centers aid with process

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By Ciara Anderson/reporter TCC students planning to move on to a four-year school can visit the transfer center for information on schools,…

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Names & 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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Clubs help students find their place

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By Martin Paredes/reporter Different organizations are available on each campus to help new students find their niche at TCC. Alicia Coleman,…

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TR workshops teach groups how to succeed

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By Audrey Werth/tr news editor A new yearlong series of workshops aimed at student organization success will be held in the TR Idea…

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Celebrating 50 years

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By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief Students, faculty and staff joined on Panther Island Aug. 1 to celebrate TCC’s 50th…

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New president for NE Campus

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By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Allen Goben will assume the role of NE Campus president Sept. 1. Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley announced the…

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