October 7, 2015

Chancellor Hadley dies after battle with cancer

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief From her time as an instructor on NE Campus to becoming head of Tarrant County College in 2010, Chancellor Erma…

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“I don’t think any of us will forget her.”

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley knew from the moment she was hired in 1968 that TCC was where she wanted to be.…

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NW speaker will highlight crime, prison in session

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By — Sarah Young As a part of its Golden Jubilee Speaker Series, NW Campus will host a presentation on Crime Rates, Prisons, and the Loss of…

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Scholarship to honor late employee

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By Samuel Medina/ south news editor Even since her death last year on Oct. 16, LeJuana Montford still manages to impact people’s…

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NW speaker gives look at changes in technologies

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By Jade Cox/ reporter Networking is necessary to run TCC, and even the most remote places can retrieve it, the NW computer science department…

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Mismanagement led to drought

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By Alex Aviles/ reporter It was not drought that caused the Dust Bowl, but rather people’s treatment of the land that triggered it, a…

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Viewpoint – Taxes necessary for functional civilization

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Jamil oakford/ managing editor A collective groan arises when taxes come up in any conversation, but it’s important to remember just how vital…

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Viewpoint – Entertainer’s 9/11 lie leaves unanswered questions

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By - Dylan Leverett/ reporter Steve Rannazzisi of The League fame recently apologized for fabricating a story about surviving the 9/11 attacks…

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Editorial-Hadley’s legacy lies with her students

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When we asked people to describe who Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley was as a person, several words seemed to repeat…

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Names & Events

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Oct. 7 NW health services will offer free sexually transmitted disease testing 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in WCTS 1151. No appointment is required, and the…

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LGBT Awareness – Training supports LGBT community

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By Sara Young In an attempt to encourage support for the district’s LGBT community, TCC will hold a series of Safe Space training sessions on…

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TR celebrates gay rights leader

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor An installation celebrating LGBT History Month is on display in the TRTR Rotunda through…

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Hispanic Heritage •CALENDAR•

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Oct. 7 South students can participate in Loteria, a traditional Mexican game, 1:30-3 p.m. in the SSTU dining hall. Oct. 12 SE will show…

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Education’s vital role will be focus of South speech

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By Tee Townsend Understanding the benefits of education is what the president and CEO of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will present…

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Hispanic heritage event offers chance to highlight culture

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By Jeremy Moore Students can experience a different culture or learn more about their own at the district’s sixth annual Abrazando al Exito…

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Conservation discussed on SE

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By Matthew McConathy/ reporter What people reap into the earth, they are returned back, a conservationist said Oct. 2 on SE Campus. In Backyard…

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Jackson emphasizes academic exploration

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief NW humanities and dance associate professor Kim Jackson teaches more than just what her title…

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Movie Review – Ridley Scott’s The Martian has natural energy, humor

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Following the only man on Mars isn’t as boring as it initially sounds. In fact, it’s far more…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Oct. 10 South Campus presents Conversations in Rhythm, performances by NE, NW, SE and South dance companies 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the Joe B. Rushing…

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NW stages coming-of-age tale

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief Theatre Northwest’s presentation of Anatomy of Gray is a coming-of-age story that relates to all…

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Movie Review – Documentary features absurd story about leg

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor A title as ridiculous as Finders Keepers left little faith in the reputability of a documentary about two men…

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SE students take on Toro’s bootcamp challenge for funs

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By Jeremy Moore Eighteen students competed against one another during the SE Toro’s Bootcamp Challenge Oct. 2. The participating…

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NE shows battles of parenthood

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Playground antics will lead to frayed parental nerves in NE’s newest production, God of…

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