Ready to lead

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief In a hotel room at the beginning of the Texas summer, an eager family huddled around a screen and waited…

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Patrick replaces longtime member on board

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief TCC’s board of trustees selected a new member over the summer break after one member stepped…

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TCC settles with Chesapeake for $1.1 million

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief After nearly two years of litigation, TCC reached a settlement with Chesapeake Energy Aug. 4. The energy…

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Editorial – Chancellor search offered open process

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Nearly a whole year removed from the death of Erma Johnson Hadley, the college has her successor. For the most part, the board of trustees had a…

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Viewpoint- Dude, Ryan Lochte done did it to himself. Jeah, bruh!

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By Katelyn Needham/ campus editor The 2016 Rio Olympics proved to be fruitful for the USA team who brought home a record-breaking 121…

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Viewpoint – Is money spent in-app worth free download?

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor Free doesn’t mean what it used to. Start a free trial after you’ve entered your credit card information.…

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NE center aids those needing course lifeline

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By Matthew McConathy/ reporter Students on NE Campus have access to a tutoring center that provides students with faculty…

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Transfer centers help students plan for life after TCC

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By Jessica Badejo/ reporter Jade Odomore graduated high school early with honors, but her goal was to graduate college early.  She wanted…

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College stress can be reduced with resources

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By Joshua West and Colt Taylor Students making the transition from high school to college often struggle to understand the differences between…

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Organizations bring life to college

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By Abisola Adeyemi and Katelyn Needham TCC students can get involved through numerous campus organizations, ranging from social clubs to academic…

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SAR provides needed support for disabilities

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By Tori Loudenback and Colt Taylor TCC provides accommodations for a wide variety of students on all campuses. One such service may not sound…

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Library databases can save time, headaches for research

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By Connor Hamilton/ reporter Students may not realize they have access to over 150 online research databases, providing educational sources such…

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Names & Events

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Now-Sept. 30 NE Library is hosting One Month Later — Images from Ground Zero. This photo exhibit from Vicki Kluthe, adjunct photography instructor,…

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Seasoned students give survival tips, tricks for newbies

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By Jessica Espinoza and Aubrey Polk Many students who are new to TCC begin their time here completely lost. “I was starting from the…

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TCC offers weekend coursework to reach busiest demographic

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By Angela Brown/ reporter The idea of a college degree can sometimes seem unattainable for many working-class adults with families. For some, not…

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Planning meals can reduce stress

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor Tests, quizzes, reports, exams. With all the challenges college presents, getting a good meal three times a day…

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Understanding Cuba

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By Patricia D. Richards/ special to The Collegian Cuba, cut off from American travel by its island location, its dictator, the U.S. State…

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Back in Business

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