Artist showcases impact of Rhino on pottery design

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By—  Brandy Voirin Working with Rhino software to create something tangible is a lot harder than it looks, but that’s what artist Camila…

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Famous Oscar Wilde play brought to NE stage

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Victorian manners and lessons in honesty and lying take center stage in NE’s production, The Importance of…

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NE drama class showcases theater to young audiences

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By Dianna Flores/ reporter NE students are introducing live theater to local elementary students. Associate professor and NE…

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Town finds hope despite violence in SE drama

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By Dylan Leverett/ reporter SE Campus hopes to find the good in humanity amid horrific acts of violence with its production of Back County…

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Spotlight delivers with exceptional cast

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief “So, you’re going to sue the Catholic Church?” That one line sums up the insane ride that is…

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Small-town Texas comes to life in NW theater

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By Misti DeHart/ nw news editor A truly Texan experience is being brought to Theatre Northwest on NW Campus the first week of…

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Entertainment Calendar

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

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Men’s, women’s NE tennis teams compete together

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By — Misti DeHart The NE Campus men’s and women’s tennis teams participated in an unusual set of matches during the Nov. 7 weekend with the…

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TCC gyms available for all students

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By Katherine Barclay/ reporter TCC’s gyms are open to all students, not just those involved in kinesiology classes.  Each campus has its…

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Procrastination no more, students learn ways to manage priorities

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By—Mohamed Mansour For some college students, a day often seems shorter than 24 hours. Procrastination and forgetting to submit assignments…

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Editorial – Dispute over rights misplaces focus

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Black students at the University of Missouri, no doubt like students at other universities, have long had to deal with a hostile environment that has…

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Viewpoint – Video shows holes in dean’s story of police interaction

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief The controversy over police and racial profiling has been a hot topic of discussion over the past several…

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Viewpoint – Lack of political record hinders candidates

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By Jamil oakford/ managing editor What does it mean to be qualified for the highest office in the U.S.? Most would say a good personality…

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Students discover personal values

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By SanJuana Ramirez/ reporter An outreach specialist from Tarleton State University helped NW students develop a greater awareness about…

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Four Walls: No Boundaries highlights student artists

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TCC campuses pay tribute to veterans on special day

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NE program provides job, college prep experiences

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By Matthew McConathy/ reporter NE student Michael Famighetti enjoys learning and being with other students training for college-level…

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South honors Marines, veterans with run

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor Students, volunteers and veterans gathered around the South Campus flagpoles in the early morning to…

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NE recognized for friendliness toward wildlife

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By Tabitha Redder/ reporter NE Campus’ smaller attendees recently gained recognition all their own.  After lengthy documentation, the Texas…

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Actor credits mentors with success

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By Misti DeHart/ nw news editor John Leguizamo, actor and author of Ghetto Klown, said he believes he’d be “in jail or worse” if not for…

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NW students learn diabetes tips

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By Alex Aviles/ reporter Diabetes is more common than many people think, a representative from Baylor All Saints Medical Center said Nov. 9 on NW…

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Students share advice for online class success

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By Lauren Gordon/ reporter As part of National Distance Learning Week, faculty and staff involved in eLearning visited all five campuses to raise…

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Nikolaus to visit NE Campus event

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By— Jamil Oakford Christmas traditions will get a German touch on NE Campus Dec. 5 with Nikolausfest. The German Club will give visitors a…

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Board approves hiring outside firm for search

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By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief The board of trustees approved hiring a professional search firm as the starting point for the chancellor…

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News Briefs

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Student activities will discuss tenets of leadership during NE Campus seminar By— Tyler Symone Mosley As a part of its series of meetings,…

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SE students learn how to work real-life applications of math

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By — SanJuana Ramirez SE students on Nov. 9 experienced a side of math many don’t often see. “Can math fix your car?” supplemental…

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Names & Events

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Now-Nov. 19 The NE National Honor Society in Psychology is holding a gently used or new books drive for W.T. Francisco Elementary School…

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Literature course to offer students insight into war

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor The in-depth view that challenges South students to look at war from an entirely different perspective is…

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Black Indians lost in history

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By Katherine Barclay/ reporter The lost culture of black Indians was brought to light Nov. 12 on NE Campus.  NE government professor Lisa…

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Native American Heritage Calendar

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Nov. 19 The SE library will host Peyote and the Politics of Identity: Race and Religion in the Formation of the Native American Church 11:30…

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NE professor speaks of struggle, journey to self-acceptance as Native American

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By Matt Koper/ reporter Simple gestures are often taken for granted.  In the case of NE government professor Lisa Uhlir, who is one-quarter…

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Boarding school idea failed, speaker says

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By Mohamed Mansour/ reporter NE students learned about the hardships Native Americans dealt with during Genocide in America: The Boarding…

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TCC’s program helps adults gain new skills

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By — Tee Townsend TCC’s Plus 50 program offers opportunities for adults over 50 to reinvent themselves. The Plus 50 program lets…

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Nurses speak about benefits of career

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By Katherine Barclay/ reporter More than anything else, education is important when it comes to nursing, a registered nurse told students Nov.…

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Advisor provides conflict solutions

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By Tee Townsend/ reporter Learning how to manage personal conflicts is important, an academic advisor told South students Nov. 12.  Carl…

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NW speaker promotes Human Library

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By — Erica McComas A University of North Texas research associate professor advocated for diversity in libraries Nov. 11 on NW Campus.  As…

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