NW’s original president dies

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief NW Campus’ founding president Michael Saenz died Nov. 3 in Fort Worth. Just nine days after his 91st…

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SE Campus celebrates 20 years with parties

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By Jeremy Moore and Katelyn Needham Reflection and anticipation are on the minds of students and faculty for SE Campus’ 20th…

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Toro Dash raises money for scholarships

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By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor Even with dreary overcast and chilly temperatures, Toro Dash participants came out to race. The Toro…

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Editorial- Obamacare: Pay more, get less in 2017

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The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is not very affordable. Starting Jan. 1, it will be even less affordable. The next…

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Viewpoint- Everyone should be fighting against Dakota pipeline

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By Jamil oakford/ editor-in-chief While receiving little coverage over television news, celebrities like Shailene Woodley and Mark Ruffalo have…

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Viewpoint- Authors: Embrace benefits of NaNoWriMo

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor National Novel Writing Month is in full swing, and authors everywhere are working toward the 50,000-word finish…

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SE cooks up affordable alternative to Subway

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By  Katelyn Needham Lunch isn’t always the most accessible meal of the day for busy students on the go, but culinary arts on SE Campus has…

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Veteran’s Day Calendar

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Now-Nov. 18 NE is displaying A Soldier’s Load on the main floor of the J. Ardis Bell Library. The exhibit includes period clothing and equipment…

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Wallet limits vital for cash saving plans

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By Edith Mariscal NE students learned how good spending habits and saving can have a positive effect not just for short-term needs but also…

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Names & Events

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Nov. 9 Get the Job: Using Social Media and Interview Skills will be 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Success Center (WSTU 1406) on NW Campus. Students can…

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Language barriers no match for SE instructor

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By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor Mary Cinatl began her career teaching deaf students. Thirty-six years later, she works with non-native…

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Seminar series to continue discussion on feminism

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By Alexis Poe Trapped in a room, one woman goes mad as she sees illusions of another woman behind bars in the wallpaper. SE psychology…

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Understanding one’s emotions will be at center of NE speech

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By Josh Del Rio NE business assistant professor Randy Saleh will present information Nov. 17 to help students see how essential emotional…

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NE degree program offers students range of broadcast careers

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By Ross Ocampo/ reporter The radio, television and film program is one of many at TCC that allows students to engage, experience and interact…

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Panel to focus on sexuality, gender issues

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By Hannah Lathen South Campus’ Spectrum club will host a Transpanel, an open forum where students can ask questions regarding the LGBTQ…

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Congressman teaches ways to save

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By Nate Jackson/ reporter NE students had a conversation Nov. 3 with U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey, whose district includes South Campus, about some…

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SE professor uses ‘yellow wallpaper’ to explain structural analysis

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by Jackie Stevenson/reporter A SE English professor introduced a technique to help students struggling with their English composition…

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South dance will feature drag queens

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By Hannah Lathen A Gatsby Masquerade Ball sponsored by South Campus’ Spectrum club is scheduled Nov. 18. Club president Tyler Jackson says…

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NE to debate what religion, sexuality have in common

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By Raegan Scharfetter As part of its Myth Busters Series, NE Campus will host What Does Religion Say About Sexuality Nov. 16. South Campus…

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NE decodes racist language

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By Edith Mariscal NE students learned the purpose of coded language and the reason they need to develop strategies for decoding such language…

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NE hosts seminar on dyslexia, ways to seek help for it

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By Edith Mariscal NE Campus students learned about the difficulties of dyslexia and building an awareness of self-advocacy during a presentation…

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South to gain insight into breast cancer

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By Hannah Lathen A Journey Through Breast Cancer, a South Campus seminar Nov. 17, will explain in detail what breast cancer is and what the…

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Actor covers issues facing Native people

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By Sheri Lee Norris/ campus editor TR students were encouraged to be excited about living life to the fullest Nov. 2.  “If you aren’t…

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Native American Heritage Calendar

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Now-Nov. 30 The NE Campus library presents Spirit Riders, a Native American art exhibit, which will feature artworks from Suzanne Perez, Karmien…

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South brings to stage Chekhov’s short stories

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By Hannah Lathen South Campus’ theater department will present Chekhov Tonight!, a compilation of Anton Chekhov stories performed by…

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Sports Calendar

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Now-Nov. 10 South Campus indoor soccer intramurals will run 3:30-5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in the SHPE gym. To participate, students must sign up…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Dec. 1 Photos by Elizabeth Beckham are on display in the Neo Gallery in the Communication Arts Building on NE Campus. The north hallway of the…

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Indoor hockey hits NW

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By Jason Middlebrooks NW kinesiology will hold an indoor hockey game at 10 a.m. Nov. 19 in the WHPE gym.  Teams currently consist of two…

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