November 11, 2015

Team 1 sweeps series for SE volleyball title

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By Jeremy Moore/ reporter Team 1 swept No Chill in a three-game series to become back-to-back champions in SE Campus’ volleyball tournament…

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Vets tell meaning of holiday

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By Hope Sandusky, Brandy Voirin and Jamil Oakford Veterans Day normally consists of celebratory pomp and circumstance, parades and even free meals…

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Embracing life’s battles

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor For TR student Leslie Fernandez, school is the least of her worries.  Since 2013, she has traveled to…

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Indecent exposure suspect reportedly arrested

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By — Jamil Oakford TCC police have reportedly arrested a suspect involved in an indecent exposure case on NE Campus. About 5 p.m.…

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Zombies overrun South writing center

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor The South Campus writing center decorated the building for Halloween, but decided it was missing…

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NW travel course visits U.S. historic landmarks

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By — Lauren Gordon Landmarks on Social Memory, an annual travel course, is an extended spring class that enables students to travel to the…

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’70s culture generates blockbuster film directors

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By Lauren Gordon/ reporter When looking at movies critically, one has to look at them as products of the culture they came from, NW students were…

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Editorial – Mass murderers shouldn’t gain infamy

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Over the last decade, mass shootings have become the new normal. President Obama said in a press conference after the recent shooting in Oregon that…

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Viewpoint – Dress code regulations reflect real-world standards

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief When Michael Sorrell took over as president of Paul Quinn College in Dallas, he instituted a policy unfamiliar…

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Viewpoint – Bacon linking to cancer is not catastrophic

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By Samuel Medina/ south news editor Bacon hasn’t always been too nutritious, but that has not stopped people from eating it.  Now, a new…

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Students to talk internationally during NW event

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By Lauren Gordon/ reporter As a reflection of TCC’s commitment to international initiatives, NW Campus will host a Global Citizenship…

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Eisenberg advises on fame in webcast

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By Jeffrey Ortega/ reporter Students heard tips for dealing with fame and stress from actor Jesse Eisenberg Nov. 4. The Social Network star…

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Expressions reveal lies, instructor says

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By Dianna Flores/ reporter No one can catch a liar, a NE Campus speech instructor said, adding that one’s chances of detecting a liar are as…

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Students learn violent culture behind hip-hop

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By Mohamed Mansour/ reporter NE students learned hip-hop culture Nov. 2 at Hip-Hop and Masculinity, presented by Texas Christian University’s…

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NE speaker discusses credit, checking accounts

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By Katherine Barclay/ reporter Credit cards can be a helpful financial tool if used responsibly, a banker from Branch Bank and Trust Co. told NE…

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Names & Events

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Now-Nov. 13 TCC Connect representatives are visiting each campus to celebrate National Distance Learning Week 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Representatives will be…

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Transfer event aids NE students with money

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By Katherine Barclay/ reporter NE students learned Nov. 3 they should apply early for transfer money. Eleven Texas universities…

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NE discusses suicide signs in ASK session

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By Misti DeHart/ nw news editor ASK Gatekeepers Training was sorely overdue on TCC campuses as well as Texas colleges in general, a NE counselor…

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NE seminar gives advice on building good resumes

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By Clark Mills/ reporter Student resumes for job interviews should be chronological, functional or a combination of the two, according to…

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Students learn transfer, financial aid guidelines in NW discussion panel

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By Ashlyn LeVesque/ reporter Transfer students should begin the application process as soon as possible, especially if financial aid is desired,…

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Workshop to discuss need for emotional intelligence

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By — Alex Aviles NE career services and student activities will sponsor a discussion about emotional intelligence and its application to…

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Literature turns graphic – SE speaker discusses graphic novels and their importance, impact on society

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By Hieu Truong/ reporter Graphic novels are beautiful arts of literature, the SE library services director told students Oct. 27. Jo Klemm…

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South shows off TCC clubs during festival

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor From witches to snack machines, South students, faculty and staff showed off their creativity during Fall…

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SE honors monthlong writing event

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By Hieu Truong/ reporter NaNoWriMo isn’t about perfect writing but writing, period, a SE English instructor told a group of writers Nov.…

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South discusses risks, prevention of breast cancer

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By Ashlyn LeVesque/ reporter Genetics impact risks for breast cancer, but controllable prevention methods influence risks as well, an oncologist…

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Native American Heritage Calendar

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Nov. 11 NE student activities and Circle of Nations @ TCC will present Genocide in America: The Boarding School Experience 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the…

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South tells plastic surgeon’s tale

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By Samuel Medina III /south news editor An unusual, satirical play about a medieval plastic surgeon and the outrageous body modifications he…

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CD Review – Little Mix strolls down pop timeline

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By Jamil Oakford /managing editor Little Mix takes listeners down a museum of pop through the decades while showcasing age and growth with its new…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Nov. 30 Photos from the Road: In Search of Color, a photography exhibition, are on display in College Hall (NCAB 1111) on NE. The photos were…

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Police training coordinator talks personal safety skills

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By Gerrit McDonald/ reporter Personal safety and self-defense training aren’t going to teach people how to fight like Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan,…

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Lecture to feature historical significance of education

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By — Ashlyn LeVesque As part of TCC’s 50th anniversary celebration, SE Campus will present Where Do We Go From Here: TCC 50 and the Role of…

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Patience necessary for search, says board

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief The board is currently taking no action in the search for a new chancellor. Board president Louise Appleman…

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South discusses risks, prevention of breast cancer

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By Ashlyn LeVesque/ reporter Genetics impact risks for breast cancer, but controllable prevention methods influence risks as well, an oncologist…

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