September 19, 2012

Know best learning style, says instructor

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By Chan Mon/reporter Interrupting a classroom lecture with a question or comment can be a good learning technique even though the teacher might…

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Note-taking strategies help students remember information, director says

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By Shu Patel/reporter All students are different in what type of note-taking strategy works best for them. Nonetheless, they should create a…

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Local elections overlooked by student voters

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Students voting locally happens so rarely, the event seems like a myth, said Jana Johnson, assistant administrator of Tarrant County elections…

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Fans need closure to online superhero game

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City of Heroes is closing down, and its player base still doesn’t know why. The online superhero game blew down doors when it was released in…

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Staying organized important for transfer students

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By Javine Toms/reporter Getting into the four-year school of their choice will be easier if students follow some key steps, university advisers…

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Advisor urges students to learn about 4-year colleges

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By Craig Barnes/reporter The college transfer process may not be easy, but academic advisor Casey Ramos helped SE students ease the way Sept. 13…

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NW speaker suggests ways to manage time

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By Tabitha Redder/reporter Time management is the  bigzgest challenge reported by college students, a speaker told NW students on Sept.…

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Names & Events

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Now-Sept. 20 TR Campus students, faculty and staff are invited to volunteer for the Botanical Research Institute of Texas service project 2-5 p.m.…

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Mexican culture expert sees changes, hopes for best

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By Paul Matson and Natalya Engelsen Rocío del Carmen Dalel Cortés, executive director of the Instituto Mexicano de Español y Cultura, spoke…

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Difficult children need empathy, according to mental health experts

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By Z. Poe Doyle/reporter Unruly, severely disturbed children were the focus of Love and Logic: Techniques for the Professional Sept. 6 on NE…

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Once homeless, community health educator advocates for HIV/AIDS

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By Alma Sosa/reporter A community health educator and community outreach advocate recently took Women in New Roles students on her journey from…

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Students exercise power by voting, professor says

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By Hayley Morrison/reporter An estimated 30 million young men and women are between the ages of 18 and 24, yet this age group represents the…

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Health professionals advise caution against West Nile

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By Elaine Bonilla/reporter This summer has brought hot temperatures and rain — the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. The more mosquitoes…

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SE faculty exhibit shows different definitions of art

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor An eclectic arrangement of art is in SE’s Art Corridor II for the SE Art Faculty Biennial. Faculty…

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New women’s scholarship honors former president

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By Michael Magnus/reporter Starting this fall, SE Campus women can apply for a scholarship established to honor former SE president Judith…

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Financial options make loans last resort, NE speaker says

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By Rhiannon Saegert/reporter Many students begin their first semester of college without knowing what the total cost will be. That’s why the NE…

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News Briefs

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NE graduate, poet to give reading, coffeehouse talk   A TCC Cornerstone Program graduate who is now a faculty member and published author…

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Madden 13 revamp offers gamers more

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor After missing the playoffs with Madden 12, EA Sports is ready for a Super Bowl run with the 2013 edition. The new…

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Master-ful acting, directing lift film about not-Scientology cult

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film The Master follows the relationship between a sociopath and his…

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Three stories told in The Words, all dull, bland, uninteresting

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor It’s a little ironic that a movie titled The Words has absolutely nothing to say. The movie is…

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New fitness program rewards NW faculty

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By Taylor Jensen /nw news editor Faculty on NW Campus are being given the opportunity to “Hoot for Health.” With a current theme of owls,…

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Saxe Garden arrives on SE

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The breezeway area between SE Campus’ two buildings recently acquired a grander view following a garden dedication on Sept. 7. The Allan Saxe…

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Entertainment Calendar

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ART   Now-Sept. 29 Tore Terrasi: Experiments in Typography is on display in the Lakeview Gallery on NW Campus (WFAB 1135A). Terrasi, art…

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Campus game clubs fulfill students’ desire to play

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor Video games have worked their way into the mainstream over the last few decades, and a solid gaming community spans…

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Sucking up helps boost grades, some students say

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor While studying may be a noble option for earning an “A” in class, some students say other creative strategies…

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Hispanic Heritage

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Now-Oct. 8 The NW Campus Hispanic Heritage Month Photo Contest entries will be due by noon Oct. 8 in WSTU 2811. Photos should feature aspects of…

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Former migrant farm worker, bull rider breaks cultural traditions to live dreams

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor Sitting inside Starbucks speaking eloquently about visiting local art museums, one would never guess the TCC…

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SE Campus will release literary magazine Sept. 25

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By Elyssa Whaley/reporter SE Campus will unveil the third edition of The Compass, its literary magazine, 6-8 p.m. Sept. 25 in the library. The…

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Improved shooting range coming to NW

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor NW Campus will soon break ground on a new indoor firing range that will eliminate sound pollution and enhance…

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Chancellor talks to students at NW’s success conference

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor More than 700 students registered for the annual NW Student Success Conference Sept. 11-12, academic advisor Pete…

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To vote, make sure to register by Oct. 9

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Election year is here again, and every voice counts the same – even students. Often times, the same clichés are thrown around in regards to…

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