This is our choice?

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief When a student in her 20s, sitting alone in the hallway between classes, was asked about her thoughts on…

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Faculty speak on election’s importance

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By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor Whenever her students feel discouraged about voting in this year’s election, NW history and government…

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Editorial- October surprises offer October frights

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October is the month of autumnal pumpkin everything and Halloween-themed fun. But for some people, this month has brought a different kind of…

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Viewpoint- Non-football fans can instead just Netflix and chill

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By Sheri-Lee Norris/ campus editor October in the U.S. means a daily onslaught of political surprises, but it also ushers in baseball and…

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Viewpoint- November offers chance to rescue animals

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Raegan Scharfetter/ reporter We’ve all seen them, the ASPCA commercials that can’t help but make us shed a tear.  Well, one week a year…

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SE strives for unity in diversity

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By Edith Mariscal/ reporter The Diversity Awareness Expo introduced SE Campus students to different cultures and their history.  “It…

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South students receive success stories from faculty, staff

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By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor South students learned how sleeping under a desk could be a step toward reaching their goals at Success of…

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Hispanic culture celebrated

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By Lee Mendez The TCC community gathered to celebrate Hispanic culture and encourage people to find their own camino during the Abrazando al…

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Veterans share Iwo Jima stories at NE luncheon

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By Lee Mendez Two World War II veterans who fought in the famous battle of Iwo Jima told of their experiences at a NE Veteran’s Association…

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Courthouse recreated with cans

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By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor South Campus students in the architectural program competed in CANstruction with their replica of the old…

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Names & Events

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Now-Nov. 22 NW’s Walsh Library will host a weekly book discussion on The Things They Carried by Vietnam veteran Tim O’Brien starting at 2 p.m.…

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Subjugation, sanity, femininity explored on SE

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By Robert Young and Jackie Stevenson Subjugation, Sanity and the Supernatural were discussed in relation to Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short…

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SE learns keys to enjoying quality life

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By Raegan Scharfetter/ reporter Meaning, movement and motivation are three things it takes to succeed, the district’s director of staff…

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Patience defines South teacher

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By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor The head of South’s construction management technology program took home the Chancellor’s Award for…

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House of Cards actor will share life lessons

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By Sheri-Lee Norris Native American recording artist, actor and motivational speaker Gary “Litefoot” Davis will speak on TR Campus Nov.…

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Cultural appropriation, costumes discussed on NE

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By Nate Jackson/ reporter NE students learned about some of the sensitivities associated with stereotypes and cultural appropriation Oct.…

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Native American Heritage Calendar

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Nov. 1 TR’s Tahita Fulkerson Library will host Black Indians: The Lost Culture 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. NE government professor Lisa Uhlir will…

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Making sense of where they stand

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By Jamil Oakford, Katelyn Needham, Hannah Lathen and Colt Taylor Who are the four major candidates running for president? What do they…

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Road to the White House

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By Sheri-Lee Norris Casting a ballot for president is not the formal end of the election process. According to the Constitution, our president is…

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Students learn power of voting

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By Macy Feemster/ reporter Students discovered how much their vote really matters Oct. 20 in a seminar led by Joan Johnson, NE assistant…

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NE learns to cope with test anxiety

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By Macy Feemster/reporter Students who attended a NE seminar on test anxiety Oct. 13 gained tools to help them prepare for exams.  Mental…

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TR travels to a deaf, deaf world

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By Sheri-Lee Norris/ campus editor Although over 100 students filled the TR Idea Store lobby Oct. 13, the only audible sounds were the hum of…

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NE SGA pushes for larger pantry

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By Cicely Sandifer One NE Student Government Association officer wants to add more space to the campus food pantry. NE SGA vice president…

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TCC uses pathways to career success

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor The journey through education is different for every student.  As all students have their own unique…

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NE lecture stresses financial planning

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By Edith Mariscal NE Campus financial aid specialist Joe Rodriguez will talk to students about the importance of reducing spending and planning…

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NW learns that crisis responses can make or break

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By Ivy Claire/ reporter From Ebola outbreaks to exploding phones, crises can come in many different forms and, by definition, happen when people…

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Veterans’ struggle found in print

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By Jackie Stevenson/reporter Four speakers participated in a panel discussion in the NE Campus library Oct. 20 about Tim O’Brien’s…

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NE to offer free dental care to children

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By Trevor Howard The TCC dental hygiene program is partnering with Save a Smile 8 a.m.-noon Nov. 4 on NE Campus to provide children with oral…

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Temperature spikes drive South speech

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By Jason Middlebrooks/ reporter Global warming. It is real. It is our fault, and scientists agree, a Dallas Baptist University science professor…

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NW aids students with MyPlan

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By Kristine Collins/ reporter Many first-time college students don’t know where to begin when it comes to picking a career. Four simple…

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The Blind Side mom telecast on NE

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By Cicely Sandifer/ reporter Leigh Anne Tuohy, a mother who was portrayed in the film The Blind Side, told college students across the country…

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Notorious Bonnie & Clyde discussed on SE

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By Alexis Poe/ reporter Bullet holes riddled the old Ford car where Bonnie and Clyde lay slain for the world to see. SE art associate…

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Mosaic Dance Project returns

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By Dylan Venglar/ reporter Mosaic Dance Project, the NW touring company, will perform its annual Mosaic in Motion concert at 2:30 p.m. and…

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Creative energy engulfs second NE poetry slam

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By Josh Del Rio/ reporter Anthony Santiago won first place for his original poem in the second annual poetry slam and open mic on NE…

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NW dancing to support abuse victims

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By Alexis Poe Dancing with the Stars fans have a chance to be a part of the action on NW. The NW Dance Club is sponsoring its own Dancing with…

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Sports Calendar

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Oct. 27 South Campus’ table tennis intramurals will run 3:30-5 p.m. in the SHPE gym. Students must sign up at www.imleagues.com/tccd to…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Oct. 29 NW Campus’ Mosaic Dance Project will host Mosaic in Motion at 2:30 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. in NW’s WTLO Theater. The dance troupe…

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SE to host fest with fall, pumpkins

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By Katelyn Needham All ghosts, witches and vampires will be welcome on SE Campus Oct. 28. Student activities will host its Fall Fest:…

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Ghoulish fun to invade, infect South

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By Hannah Lathen South Campus’ writing center is bringing back its haunted house for a second year Oct. 27-28. The writing center is hosting…

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Trick Or Treat With Spotify

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By Suzann Clay Once upon a midnight dreary was a party not weak and weary. That all who attended could never forget the memories made such a great…

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