March 30, 2016

Chancellor Wanted

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief SE student Sabrina Sais has a clear vision for what she hopes the next TCC chancellor will do. “I’m a…

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Board approves NW building repairs

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief TCC’s board of trustees approved contracts at its March 24 meeting needed to repair damages from a storm…

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Black vulture nest missing eggs on NW

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By Connor Hamilton Eggs were stolen from a black vulture nest on NW Campus March 9. The nest was built last year by two black vultures who…

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Editorial – SeaWorld makes important first steps

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Recently, SeaWorld said it will discontinue its captive orca whale-breeding program and phase out theatrical orca shows at all its…

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Viewpoint – Trump rallies serve as new sites for boxing matches

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief March 19 marked yet another campaign rally where Donald Trump supporters clashed with protesters in Tucson,…

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Viewpoint – Xanax should be used with care

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By Matthew Mcconathy/ reporter It’s one of the more popular names in colleges and is becoming an epidemic: Xanax. It’s a common household…

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NW focuses on eating disorders

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By Aubrey Polk/ reporter Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses, an advocacy coordinator for the Elisa…

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SE groups debate power of words

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By Jessica Badejo “Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” NE speech instructor A’Isha Malone proved this…

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News Briefs

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By Yueying Zhu Counselor helps students to find colors that match their skin tones A South Campus counselor helped college students find…

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TR students get map to attaining dream jobs

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By Aubrey Polk/ reporter Dream jobs are not always realistic, TR career service specialists said March 22. Jessica Valadez and Jennifer…

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NW students receive keys for financial aid, scholarships

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By Jessica Espinoza/ reporter Transferring to a four-year university is difficult, but once students get the necessary information, they’ll…

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Professor shares science behind self-control

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By Colt Taylor/ reporter Self-control is a big part of being human, and the psychology behind it is as fascinating as it is useful, according…

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Test takers learn how to pacify their anxieties

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By Colt Taylor/ reporter With racing hearts, students slowly approach their class. With shaky legs and unsteady hands, they take their seats.…

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South workshop educates students on PTSD’s reality

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By Karen Rios/ reporter Trauma can affect everyone and can lead to PTSD, a veterans counselor told South Campus students March 23. Valerie…

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Personality highlighted on NW

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By Jessica Badejo/ reporter NW students learned March 9 about the influence the Myers-Briggs Temperament Indicator has on their…

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Immigration policies should benefit citizens, economy, panel says

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By Andrew Smith/ reporter NW history and government professors hosted a roundtable discussion and opened the floor for students to voice their…

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NE festival to celebrate cultures

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By Lindsay Norman Passport to the World will be the theme for this year’s International Festival April 11-13 on NE Campus.  Cultural events…

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CEO discusses key to success

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By Tori Loudenback Leadership and success go hand in hand, NE students were told March 24. Janice Bryant Howroyd, CEO of the largest…

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Author speaks on women’s equality

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By Ryon Boswell Stephanie Cole, the co-author of Texas Women: Their Histories, Their Lives, presented key topics in the history of women’s…

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Columnist Julia Reed broke barriers

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By Mit’Chell Lee/ reporter Julia Scott Reed is mainly known as the first African-American female columnist, but SE students learned much more…

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Women’s History Month Calendar

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Now-March 31 NE Campus showcases Making History: Celebrating the Lives of Women in the J. Ardis Bell Library’s upper floor during normal business…

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Democrat urges Latina involvement

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By Ryon Boswell/ reporter Celina Vasquez had a simple message about getting things done in politics. “If you’re not at the table in…

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Names & Events

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March 30 The NW Campus math department will host a transcendental functions workshop in the Math Emporium (WACB 1143) 9:30-10:30 a.m. and…

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South to feature cerebral play about humanity

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By Martin Ramirez/ south news editor South Campus is examining human complexity with the play Fugue by Lee Thuna. South drama instructor…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-April 22 Read Me by Candace Hicks will run in Art Corridor II on SE Campus. The display is available all day, and the opening night reception…

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CD Review – Zayn shows promise with first solo album

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief Former One Direction member Zayn Malik released Mind of Mine, his first solo album, and offers a slightly…

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Adventure comes to life in SE sculpture exhibit

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By Jeremy Moore/ se news editor Read Me, a series of works by artist Candace Hicks, is on display in Art Corridor II on SE Campus through…

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SE students bump, set, spike with their club

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By Jeremy Moore/ se news editor Every Monday from about 2 to 5 p.m., sounds of laughter, music and squeaking sneakers fill the SE…

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BTA Bulls take home title in SE basketball tournament

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By Jeremy Moore/ se news editor The BTA Bulls defeated the Jammers 58-31 to win the SE Campus basketball tournament March 12. The Jammers…

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NW to premiere disc golf

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By Connor Hamilton To celebrate the completed construction of NW Campus’ new disc golf course, the Professional Disc Golf Association will host…

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Officers go through training on NW Campus

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By Jamil Oakford NW Campus’ Fire Service Training Center opened its doors to area emergency responders for a disaster drill March 22 focusing…

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