October 28, 2015

myTCC updates to single login page

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By Hope Sandusky/editor-in-chief Students who have had problems logging in separately to their myTCC portal and myTCC email might be happy to see…

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Dividing more than a city – SE students discuss how Jerusalem’s conflict affects their lives in U.S.

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By Linah Mohammad/ reporter For years, the view from Hussein Abed’s classroom was the concrete wall that is the barrier in Jerusalem or, as the…

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South pays respects to chancellor – Students, faculty, staff share stories during memorial for Hadley

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor Raw emotion, stories and unconditional love for Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley were shared in a more…

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Banned Book Week becomes Banned Book Month on NE

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By Brandy Voirin/reporter Freedom is a word NE student and veteran John Fredrick takes seriously. So when he was young and learned that…

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Blivens credits award to department teamwork

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By Dylan Leverett/ reporter Tonya Blivens is modest when she speaks about receiving the Chancellor’s Award. “It was a nomination…

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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 W.T. Francisco Elementary School kindergarten-fifth grade…

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Editorial – School’s decision needs student voice

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In the history of the college’s chancellor appointments, the importance of the student voice has never been emphasized.  In fact, it has…

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Viewpoint – Limbaugh needlessly frets over female media takeover

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By Dylan Leverett/ reporter In a recent Huffington Post article, reporter Judah Robinson expressed his disgust for the generalization right-wing…

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Viewpoint – Don’t go as sexy Pocahontas this Halloween

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By Jamil oakford/ managing editor Halloween elicits the nostalgia of carved pumpkins and costume parties. But costume choices have in some cases…

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NE streams author’s discussion

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By Matthew McConathy/ reporter Every person has a change-the-world speech inside of them, bestselling author John C. Maxwell said about his book…

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Students to hear from film actor through webcast

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By — Misti DeHart The NE chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success will host a live webcast featuring actor, comedian and…

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SE students discuss film about historic Dust Bowl

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By Hieu Truong/ reporter People who moved west for better lives lost everything during the Dust Bowl, SE students learned Oct. 23.  SE…

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South organization raises awareness for breast cancer

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor Early detection is key to cancer survival, which is why the African-American Student Organization program…

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SE discusses documentary covering Latinos

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By — Leland Moses Many Mexicans came to the United States in the 1930s to have better lives, SE students learned Oct. 21. History associate…

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Specialist simplifies mysteries of health care in SE seminar

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By — Leland Moses For many seniors, Medicare is a mystery, but it doesn’t need to be, a senior specialist said Oct. 20. “I think there…

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SE speaker explains importance of cattle for Texans

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By Dianna Flores/ reporter The Texas cattle industry is one of the leading beef producers in the United States, an educator for the Cattle…

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TRE’s nursing program receives diversity grant

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor TRE Campus recently received a federal nursing workforce diversity grant to help disadvantaged students complete…

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Registrars offer advice on dropping

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By Raven Posteal/ reporter The last day to drop classes for 16-week classes is Nov. 21. “It is very important that students know the…

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Native American Heritage Calendar

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Nov. 5 Former TCC student Alisa Tomlinson will perform Native American flute music and display her collection of Native American instruments and…

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NW to hold lunch about diabetes tips

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By — Alex Aviles NW Campus’ health services will introduce the Diabetes Awareness: Learn the Danger of Diabetes luncheon Nov. 9.  Keynote…

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NE to hold session on understanding suicide signs, risks

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By — Misti DeHart NE Campus will host a wellness presentation Nov. 3 to teach students and faculty to recognize suicide risk factors.  The…

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Ceramic art decorates NW – Midwestern State University professor, TCC students create artwork together

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By Misti DeHart/ reporter Art students received a rare treat earlier this month when a university professor visited NW Campus’ Lakeview…

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Netflix Halloween Movie Guide- Shriek-worthy films to stream at home

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Halloween is fast approaching, and while costume parties, trick-or-treating and visiting local haunts are great…

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Ghost tours offer spooky Halloween alternative

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By Gerrit McDonald/ reporter History buffs, paranormal activists and wine aficionados alike can find something to do this Halloween by…

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Movie Review – Murray film creates unusual experience for audience

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By Samuel Medina III /south news editor The dry humor and sarcastic tone that Bill Murray brings to Rock the Kasbah is definitely not for…

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SE art exhibit features poetry collaboration

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By — Dylan Leverett SE Campus’ new art exhibit hopes to highlight the determination of African-Americans in the face of adversity. The…

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Entertainment Calendar

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

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Free Agents take home win in SE tournament

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By — Jeremy Moore The Free Agents won the SE basketball tournament championship game 30-21. Three teams came out to compete for the…

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SE intramurals gears up toward volleyball match

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By — Jeremy Moore SE Campus continues its full intramural sports calendar with a volleyball tournament Nov. 6. The tournament format…

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NE to sponsor Ping Pong battle royale

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By — Jamil Oakford NE Campus’ Ping Pong Club will host a tournament at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 3 in Darlage Center Corner (NSTU 1615A). With…

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