September 23, 2015

Warning, lifeline offered to students

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By Larraine Lee/ reporter In college, academic status is determined by a student’s grade point average. Many students juggle classes with work…

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Body cameras become staple for TCC police

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor TCC’s police department now requires that officers on patrol wear a body camera, stemming from a policy that…

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TR president embraces new role

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor Sean Madison, TR Campus’ new president, wasn’t sure exactly what career he would have after graduating from…

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TR lab presents tech hacks

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By— Ross Ocampo While the i7-6800K Intel core processor may be the fastest on the market, the AMD FX-9590 core processor boasts equal capability…

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TR nurse gives study tips

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By— Matthew McConathy A TR nurse shared suggestions on study skills and achieving a successful profile on studying and time management Sept.…

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Students capitalize on their free time while on campus

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Shyamalan returns with creepy new film

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Visiting one’s grandparents has never been so stressful or creepy. The Visit, directed and written by M.…

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Sports Calendar

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Sept. 18 The SE Campus HPER department will hold its first intramural event, a dodgeball tournament, at 1 p.m. in the gym. Students and faculty are…

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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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Hispanic Heritage •CALENDAR•

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Sept. 16 SE will offer a final showing of the documentary The New Juarez 9:35-11 a.m. in the ESCC HUB. The film depicts the state of drug violence in…

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Counselor assists in identifying disorders

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By Tee Townsend/ reporter Everyone’s ability to process information differs, a former TCC counselor told South Campus students Sept. 8. Anita…

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Writers need to also revise, speaker says

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By Gerrit McDonald/ reporter If students plan for success, maximize resources and don’t procrastinate, there is no reason not to succeed, said a…

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TR counselor offers aid on suicide awareness

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By Brian Garcia/ reporter Suicide awareness is spoken about frequently on campus because it occurs more often than the public might think, a TR…

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NE sets trail markers for easy exercise access

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By Brandy Voirin/ reporter Day after day, NE students, faculty and staff take countless steps using familiar friends: the sidewalks. From…

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Viewpoint – Davis’ actions not appropriate as protest

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Dylan Leverett/ reporter As of Sept. 9, Kim Davis was released to the cheers of supporters and the protests of detractors. Davis, a Kentucky…

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Viewpoint – Media stereotyping of men overlooked but important

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Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief In recent years, a giant light has been shed on the stereotypes and horrible representation of women in the media…

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Editorial – Factory farms don’t end world hunger

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Many people agree that world hunger is a major issue needing to be solved. This is a worthy goal because everyone should have access to the food and…

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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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Academies guide students through transferring

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor NE and TR campuses are offering scholarships for students who complete the transfer academy. However, all five…

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NW students discover clubs, services at Fest

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief NW Campus held its Northwest Fest Sept. 9-10 for students to meet with different campus student…

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