Leveling Up! – growing popularity causes gaming industry expansion

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By Gerrit McDonald, Matthew McConathy and Ross Ocampo Gamers United president and TR student Jennifer Foy said she first got into gaming because…

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African-American students talk police brutality

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor Some TCC African-American students see the police shooting that caused protests in Chicago as a…

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NW student shares his tale of perseverance, education

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By Jamil Oakford/ managing editor In a sterile, run-of-the-mill classroom, NW student Som Bhandari paints a vivid picture that mentally…

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Viewpoint – Christmas is about spreading love, not gifts

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By Brandy voirin/ reporter A sparkle, a toast, a one-of-a-kind, couture-inspired outfit seem like the most awe-inspiring way to ring in the…

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Viewpoint- Ahmed suing Irving for $15 million is unjustified

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor Ahmed Mohamed and his family are back in the headlines now that they’re fighting back in an unjust…

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Editorial – Safety fears toward refugees misplaced

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National security has been a topic of concern in the United States over the past decade. With the recent increase in international terrorist…

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South experiences fluffy foray

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By Samuel Medina III/ south news editor The feral cats living on South Campus may try to keep themselves hidden, but they’ve recently caught…

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Well-liked SE instructor dies from heart attack

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By  — Dylan Leverett SE adjunct history instructor Alfred Grotz died of a sudden heart attack Nov. 15. The 66-year-old was well liked…

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Field of dentistry sees change

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By Brandy Voirin/ reporter Reading a newspaper, Debby Foley unlocked a major piece of her story —an ad for the dental assistant program at…

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Names & Events

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The NW Student Christian Ministries Thanksgiving Club gathered and delivered over 40 turkey dinners for Fort Worth area homeless over the…

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NE students hear how to augment impact in groups

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By — Tyler Symone Mosley Great groups make strong leaders, an English assistant professor told NE students Dec. 1. Shewanda Riley presented…

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TR film contest hopes to encourage student creativity

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By Audrey Werth/ tr news editor TR students interested in filmmaking can submit a short film to the writing center’s film contest.  The…

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New course on NW to boost environmental consciousness

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By Misti DeHart/ nw news editor NW students looking to fulfill their science core requirements have a new option this spring. Environmental…

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MCCHS student wins second in poetry slam

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By — Misti DeHart NW Campus’ Marine Creek Collegiate High School has a new award-winning poet. Freshman Brandon Sanders performed two…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Dec. 10 Claudia Baez presents her artwork Paintings After Proust. Blending art and literature, her work is inspired by French novelist Marcel…

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NE speech team excels in Oklahoma event

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by Brandy Voirin/reporter Words were students weapons of choice when the NE forensic speech and debate team competed in two events and captured…

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