Fair finds and flops

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State award-winning fried food not all created equal As the State Fair season begins, the smell of fried foods permeates the North Texas air like…

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Chancellor’s contract considered state standard

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief Chancellor Eugene Giovannini is paid about average compared to other large community college chancellors,…

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Online courses ranked No. 10

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief TCC was ranked 10th in the state for online colleges, according to a report published by the National Center…

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South LEEDs in energy, technology excellence

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By Hannah Lathen South Campus’ Center of Excellence for Energy and Technology received LEED’s highest honor, platinum certification, for…

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TCC security report raises awareness of violence

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief Three cases of rape, all of which occurred off of TCC campuses, were reported to TCC police in 2015, according…

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Editorial- Clown attacks grow as joke taken too far

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The latest 15-minutes-of-fame fad is sweeping the nation, and this time it’s dangerous. Clowns have inspired many a mixed feeling from…

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Viewpoint- Multiverse theory may mess with common memories

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By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor When simply forgetting the facts turns into a phenomenon dealing with parallel universes and time travel,…

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Viewpoint- Zodiac family broken by new forgotten child

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By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor “Hey, baby, what’s your sign?” One of the most iconic cheesy pickup lines has just gotten a little…

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Self-criticism helps drop grade point averages

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By Ivy Claire/ reporter People love their partners, parents, pets, but NW students learned their grades might depend on how much they love…

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Undecided NW students get career pathway assistance

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By Dylan Venglar/ reporter NW students were introduced to several ways college work passively prepares them for the workforce during an Oct.…

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TCC to host Hispanic heritage bash

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By Lee Mendez To close its celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the district will present its seventh annual Abrazando al Exito Oct. 20 in…

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TR seminars will focus on Wikipedia’s positives

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By Sheri-Lee Norris/ campus editor Technology brings quick answers to almost any question within seconds.  A favorite website that seems…

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Speech defines top qualities that make exceptional leaders

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By Edith Mariscal Passion, humility, confidence, respect for people at all levels and a servant’s heart are some of the qualities of a great…

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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 highlight the…

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LGBTQ club on NE works to be visible, united, proud group

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By Hailey Mapston Raising awareness is what Spectrum set out to do.  Members say the NE LGBTQ club has been a safe space for them to come and…

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Names & Events

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Now-Oct. 14 TR has a visual display for LGBTQ Awareness Month near the TRTR Main Street windows. Students have a chance to promote or see what events…

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News Briefs

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NE to sponsor seminar dealing with cover letters, resumes for work NE career services will host a resume and cover letter interactive information…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Oct. 12-15 SE will present The Water Engine by David Mamet in the C.A. Roberson Theatre (ESEC 1401). During the Chicago World’s Fair in 1933, a…

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NE displays military items

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By Bethany Narvaez A Soldier’s Load exhibit is on display in the NE library as a part of the National Endowment for the Arts’ Big Read…

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NE to sponsor poetry slam, chance to land in magazine

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By Josh Del Rio The NE English department and humanities division will present a Poetry Slam and Open Mic Oct. 18.  The event will be…

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South film festival to feature bloody fun with horror movies

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By Edith Mariscal The clock is ticking for students who want to enter Horror Film Festival 2016.  “Students showed a real interest since…

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NW to sponsor workshop on communication

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By Ivy Claire/ reporter NW Cornerstone Honors Society will sponsor a visiting researcher Oct. 13 for Crisis Communication: An Introduction to…

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TR will host resource fair

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By Kenya Foster/ reporter Student Accessibility Resources is celebrating Disability Awareness Month with several events for students, faculty and…

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NW previews intramurals

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By Kristine Collins NW fall intramural sports are in full swing with many activities for students, faculty and staff. Two earlier events,…

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SE students compete in obstacle course

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By Macy Feemster Chloe Galindo and Jesse Dominguez took home top honors in the SE Campus Toro Fitness Challenge.  Nine fitness-infused…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 22 NW Campus will play disc golf. Students can register that day. For more details, email arron.garcia1@tccd.edu. Oct. 24 South Campus’…

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