October 21, 2015

Reclaiming life, one day at a time

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By Victoria Almond/ reporter Angel Ayala went from sleeping in the homeless shelter to thinking about a graduate degree. The former addict and…

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Trustees begin search for future chancellor

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief After the death of Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley, TCC will now work toward the process of finding her…

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Technology lets TR students work on virtual bodies

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor TR students can now see scans from an actual cadaver to study relationships between different systems in the…

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NE professor inspires, rocks geology classes

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By Tabitha Redder/ reporter NE geology professor Meena Balakrishnan’s passion for science is surpassed only by her devotion to her students.…

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NE publication holds reception for writers

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By Misti DeHart/ reporter TCC is blessed with some talented writers, both former and current students, said the faculty editor of Under the Clock…

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Superintendent stresses education’s importance

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By Jeremy Moore/ reporter Arlington Independent School District’s superintendent gave TCC students the formula for success Oct. 13 during an…

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NE student uses skills to save fellow student

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By Brandy Voirin/ reporter It’s hard to know if another person would make the split-second decision to help or not. But that’s what…

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Names & Events

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Now-Nov. 19 The NE National Honor Society in Psychology is holding a book drive for kindergarten-fifth grade children at W.T. Francisco Elementary…

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TCC librarian finds writing success

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor Julie Murphy stopped by South Campus Oct. 15 during a tour for her new book Dumplin’ to discuss her…

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NW talk to focus on rise of modern Hollywood film

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By — Lauren Gordon Ryan Ferguson, NW supplemental instruction coordinator, will present 1970s Cinema: New Hollywood and the Rise of the Modern…

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NW speaker addresses 1970s crime

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By Sarah Young/ reporter The spike of the American crime rate in the 1970s was largely due to people’s loss of faith in the American government…

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Transfer hopefuls on NW connect with universities

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By — Ashlyn LeVesque As part of the Transfer Academy, NW Campus’ transfer center will present University Connection Oct. 28. Thus far,…

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SE advisor helps students on picking majors

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By Tyler-Symone Mosley/ reporter Some students often have a hard time finding the perfect major, a SE academic advisor said Oct. 1. Brandi…

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Banker to aid NE students in financial literacy

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By — Katherine Barclay As part of the TCC Student Success Seminar Series, student activities will host a financial literacy session Oct. 27.…

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Online video game connects TCC students

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By Ross Ocampo/ reporter With 67 million users who play every month, many TCC students connect through League of Legends, a popular online…

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Viewpoint – Would a woman president be so bad, T.I.?

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By Tabitha Redder/ reporter Rapper T.I. recently offended listeners with sexist comments during an interview on The Whoolywood Shuffle, a SiriusXM…

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Viewpoint – Constant media coverage of presidential race tiring

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor If there’s one more poll, statistic or forum on the 15 Republican presidential candidates or on whether…

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Passion, motion collide

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor NW dance company to perform mix of dance styles in new show With dances ranging from modern to…

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Editorial – Ignoring risks of football can be fatal

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Football has been known as the American national pastime for decades. But with the ever-growing evidence that displays football as violent and…

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Speaker shares key to success on South

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By Tee Townsend/ reporter Everyone has the ability to succeed, the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce president told South students Oct.…

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Students in need receive assistance through program

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By — Jamil Oakford TCC students who struggle to continue with their studies in community college have a program to help serve them. Stay the…

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NE to present tips on detecting lies

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By — Dianna Flores In an effort to further students’ skills in analyzing and detecting lies, NE Campus will host Lying: Using Nonverbal as Lie…

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New dance workshop encourages stress relief

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By — Dylan Leverett An upcoming SE Halloween-themed dance workshop hopes to give students a chance to blow off steam by doing their best Michael…

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South writing center gets scary new look

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor Every Halloween, the South Campus writing center puts a human-sized zombie named Jennifer up on display…

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SE celebrates superheroes, villains with library festival

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By Dylan Leverett/ reporter SE Campus will soon celebrate the medium that created superheroes and super villains that have captivated readers (and…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Oct. 24 The SE C.A. Roberson Theatre will hold a production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Drama instructor Megan Haratine directs the…

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