TCC recognizes adjunct, donor for contributions

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Dual credit moves back to physical campuses this semester

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief Dual credit has returned to TCC’s physical campuses after three years at the college’s virtual campus, TCC…

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Knowing flu symptoms vital to fight viral season

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By Katelyn Needham The season of runny noses, coughing and increased tissue sales is just around the corner. With flu season approaching,…

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Deadline approaches for voter registration

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By Hannah Lathen Students who are new to voting need to hurry if they want to be registered in time to vote this November.  The deadline to…

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Editorial- Taking a knee against police brutality

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Patriotism runs deep in American culture. Practically every history text praises our Founding Fathers and the morals that our country was based…

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Viewpoint- People should remember the arts of patience, courtesy

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor Common courtesy needs to visit a doctor because it has become a dying art form.  The digital age has done…

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Viewpoint- End double standards in gender marketing

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By Sheri-lee Norris/ reporter Ladies, we passed the sexual revolution decades ago, but did we get stuck in it? Do you ever ponder things…

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District police chief called to White House

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief TCC’s police chief will be headed to the White House after he was invited to hear the results of a task…

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NE holds training for signs of suicide

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By Sheri-Lee Norris/ reporter Suicide is the second most common cause of death of Texans between the ages of 15-34, according to the Texas…

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SE opens center for diet analysis

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By Katelyn Needham/ campus editor Eating healthier just got a whole lot simpler for SE students and faculty.  The culinary arts department…

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Professor shares how race’s role affected him

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By Jason Middlebrooks/ reporter Every day, students take for granted opportunities they have, and many don’t recognize them, a SE history…

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NW to hold skills workshop on self-preparation for work

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By Dylan Venglar All employers want specific skills from their employees, but students may not know what they are. NW Campus will sponsor a…

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South police, students will join together for cookout

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By Hannah Lathen South’s student activities will host Cookout with the Cops, an event to bring students and the TCC Police Department…

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Hispanic Heritage •CALENDAR•

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Now-Oct. 15 NW Campus’ Latino Poster Project has placed posters from students, faculty, staff and alumni around campus. The posters will highlight…

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Names & Events

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

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NE play features small cast, complex lives

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By Raegan Scharfetter/ reporter NE Campus theater students are back with their first production of the fall semester, At Home At The Zoo by…

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Music Review- 2000s emo band gets 2016 remodel

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By Jamil Oakford Taking Back Sunday attempts a comeback with a brand new album and, man, it’s good to hear them again. In another…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Sept. 29-Oct. 1 South Campus theater students will perform an original play, We the People, at 7:30 p.m. in the Joe B. Rushing Center for the…

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Panel discusses party platforms, U.S. elections

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By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor South social sciences faculty presented party platforms and explained the Electoral College to students at…

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TCU faculty breaks down Hamilton

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By Bethany Narvaez Founding Father Alexander Hamilton worked to set up the framework for the U.S. Constitution, a TCU history professor told NE…

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Electoral College myths dispelled on NE

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By Nate Jackson/ reporter NE students had some of their misconceptions about the Electoral College clarified Sept. 22.  “I am concerned…

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Script Turns 30

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By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor This year’s issue of Script, South’s literary magazine, features pieces from past issues and new selections…

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