Saying goodbye to ‘the little girl from Leggett’

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She has truly been larger than life, and we owe it to her to remember what she shared, what she stood for and what she gave to us all. Kay…

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South sees motor vehicle burglaries drop in 2014

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor The Tarrant County College police department released on Sept. 29 its annual security report for 2014, showing…

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Viewpoint – New app rates people like inanimate objects

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By Samuel medina/ south news editor The upcoming app Peeple allows  one to rate and review people as if they were restaurants or…

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Viewpoint – Students’ courage in face of death more than enough

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By Brandy voirin/ reporter A bystander is a person who observes a conflict but is not involved, and that’s what GOP candidate Ben Carson is…

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Editorial – Big business often means big problems

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An object at rest will remain at rest unless otherwise acted upon. Corporations are no different. Their motive is to make money, and this often…

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Names & Events

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Oct. 14 The SE Carrier Library will host attorney Shelly Skeen with the BFS Law Group as she discusses The History of Marriage Equality 10:40–11:35…

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Roker speaks to NE students via Web

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By Misti Dehart/ reporter “Five-year plan? I don’t believe in five-year plans. I don’t even usually know what I’m having for dinner!”…

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Byrd stays passionate for student successes

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Longtime Bulldogs fan Jeremy Byrd cited a time when he was chosen as a child to sell programs during the first…

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South artistry shown at fair

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By Samuel Medina/ south news editor Canned tuna and hominy became a masterpiece in the hands of South architecture students for the annual…

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SE prof to discuss film on Dust Bowl

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By — Hieu Truong SE students can learn more about the Dust Bowl Oct. 23. SE history assistant professor Bradley Borougerdi will lead a…

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Writing contest begins for NE students

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By — Rebekah Mercadel The NE Campus English department and humanities division have announced their annual fall writing competition. All NE…

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Detective reveals sleuthing truths with NW students

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By Erica McComas/ reporter A career in solving homicides is not like the movies. It’s real life, a retired detective told NW students Oct.…

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South students learn proper etiquette

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By Gerrit McDonald/ reporter First impressions are the most important, especially with an employer, said a certified etiquette consultant Oct. 6…

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PTK workshop helps NW students face, conquer life’s challenges

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By Katherine Barclay/ reporter NW students learned techniques for overcoming challenges during an Oct. 7 workshop conducted by members of Phi…

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Hispanic Heritage •CALENDAR•

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Oct. 15 South will screen Spare Parts all day in the SSTU game room. The film centers on four Hispanic students who start a robotics club with a…

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NE paralegal program earns ABA certification

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By Brandy Voirin/ reporter In the Heritage Room in the NE library, legal assistant professor Karen Silverberg gathered students together with a…

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NW professor shares skills necessary for life balance

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By Tega Ibihiwiori/ reporter A NW English professor shared ways for balancing life and school and the effective skills needed Oct. 8. Angela…

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NE students learn possible factors for job compensation

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By Clark Mills/ reporter NE students learned how to determine what they actually make during a financial literacy program Oct. 6. In Employee…

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TR art inspired by controversy, banned books

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By Dianna Flores/ reporter TR faculty and students along with local Fort Worth artists came together to showcase art in honor of Banned Books…

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CD Review – Rudimental album exhibits growth, change for band

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Don’t let the first two tracks fool you: Rudimental has tweaked its sound, and it’s all for the better.…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Oct. 31 The NE library presents Havana, Cuba: First Glance, 2011. In 2011, Rick Barton, Martha Gordon and Patricia Richards applied for and…

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Registration for SE basketball tournament will open soon

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By — Jeremy Moore With basketball season right around the corner, SE Campus is getting an early start with its 3-on-3 basketball tournament Oct.…

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Shakespeare drama comes to SE

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By Dylan Leverett/ reporter SE Campus will soon ponder the often-quoted phrase “To be or not to be?” as it begins its production of William…

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