April 20, 2016

Drugs and degrees

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By Gerrit Goodwin/ ne news editor SE student Santos, who would only identify herself by her last name, goes to college like many other…

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TCC seeks opinions on current food choices

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief After select students and faculty districtwide received email surveys asking for input, lunch on campus could…

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New student planning tool to launch in fall

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief TCC will launch an online program next fall that will allow students to actively plan their semester…

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Editorial -North Carolina law enforces inequality

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After passing a law allowing for discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, North Carolina faces criticism, confusion and…

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Viewpoint -Harvesting hemp can result in more good than bad

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By Gerrit Goodwin /ne news editor The mention of hemp for many brings to mind the images of marijuana and stoners, but often those same people are…

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Viewpoint -Self-control, respect will lower murder rate

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By Jeremy Moore/ se news editor Gun violence is a huge issue in America, but the hearts of people are a bigger issue. Former New Orleans…

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South journal to release its special issue

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By Martin Ramirez/ south news editor South Campus’ Script will celebrate its 30th anniversary this semester with a special issue featuring…

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SE professor offers successful study strategy methods

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By Ryon Boswell/ reporter People often find themselves struggling to remember things in the most critical of moments, a SE psychology professor…

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Workout spaces give many activities

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By Brooke Landreth/ reporter TCC provides students with free workout facilities on every campus where they can use updated equipment to work…

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Names & Events

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April 20 Health services will hold a bone marrow registry 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the North Ballroom on SE Campus. Students must have their TCC IDs to…

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News Briefs

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TR will host summit event for leadership The Leadership eXperience Summit will promote active employee engagement in various fields of study at…

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NE group to aid future chemists

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By Gerrit Goodwin/ ne news editor NE Campus recently acquired its own chapter of the American Chemical Society.  The ACS, a professional…

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SE seminar shows suicide’s full scope

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By Mit’Chell Lee/ reporter For every three murders in the U.S., there are five suicides, a SE audience learned April 13. “Suicide is a…

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SE talk explains loan types

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By Yueying Zhu/ reporter Students should be careful when getting student loans, a SE success coach said April 11. As part of the campus’…

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TR speech delves into associate degree’s value

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By Aubrey Polk When going to college, students almost always consider a bachelor’s degree and don’t even think twice of obtaining an…

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NE PTK honored nationally

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By Joshua West Phi Theta Kappa’s NE Campus chapter received several awards at the organization’s national convention April 7-9 in…

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Stand up, survivor teaches NW

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By Connor Hamilton/ nw news editor Paul Kessler told the story of his life and experiences during World War II in his presentation Through…

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NE adaptation has vaudeville, glitz, murder, intrigue

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By Gerrit Goodwin/ ne news editor Vaudeville, glamour, murder and intrigue are just a few themes present in NE Campus’ adaptation of the…

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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 interactive exhibit is a collection of sculptures and wall texts…

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Amorous obstacles, vanity examined in new NW play

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By Connor Hamilton The NW Campus drama team perform Reasons to Be Pretty by Neil LaBute, a comedy/drama that deals with romantic disputes and the…

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Poet to visit NW for book signing

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By Connor Hamilton NW Campus will host a poetry reading and book signing event for author LeeAnn Olivier-Sapp and her book Spindle, My…

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Music Review-30-year-old band gives refreshing new album

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By Jamil Oakford/editor-in-chief Deftones have proved with its newest album Gore that after nearly 30 years in music, the band is still both…

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Students trot around world at 3-day festival

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By — Lindsay Norman The NE International Festival Passport to the World engaged students and brought awareness on how language and perception…

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