November 30, 2016

NW sells token of memory to students, faculty, staff

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief Each board member received a white envelope as NW history professor Laura Wood began her presentation on…

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’90s trivia games, cake mark special birthday

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By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor Twenty years ago, Princess Diana and Prince Charles officially divorced, the first flip phone went on…

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Chancellor goals set, dual credit highlighted

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief TCC’s board of trustees approved to expand communication among faculty, expand revenue with local businesses…

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Editorial- Americans need to unite after election

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Americans are all created equal under the U.S. Constitution, and that includes both Clinton and Trump supporters. With what was nothing…

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Viewpoint- Feminism lives among manly themes, battle scenes

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By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor When most people think of the strong female archetype, characters like Wonder Woman, Buffy the Vampire…

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Viewpoint- Finals deserve better than procrastination

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor The end is near! Repent! Repent and study. Finals draw near. Finals represent the culmination of a semester’s…

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South speech centers on identifying cancer

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By Raegan Scharfetter Examining and handling breast cancer are major factors in survival, an oncologist told South Campus students Nov.…

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Students receive scholarships at luncheon

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By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor Five South Campus students received $500 President’s Scholarships for essays focusing on improving student…

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Names & Events

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Jesus Galindo, a South Campus student, received a scholarship from the Clifford H. “Ted” Rees Jr. Scholarship Foundation, a charitable…

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Economist tells how to justify institution’s value

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By Robert Young/ reporter The nation’s vast number of community colleges is important to the overall gross domestic product of the United…

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Developing cultural intelligence is key to success

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By Robert Young/ reporter If students want to effectively function across cultures different from their own and become global citizens, they…

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Health care students prompted to adapt

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By Sheri-Lee Norris/ campus editor Aspiring health care professionals need to know more than what they read in their books or learn by working…

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Empathy, social skills necessary, NE teacher says

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By Josh Del Rio/ reporter Emotional intelligence is the key to career development and employability, a NE business assistant professor said in a…

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UTA professor talks about Dakota pipeline

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By Sheri-Lee Norris The Dakota Access Pipeline reopened old issues of sovereignty and galvanized Native Americans from around both the U.S. and…

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SE professor analyzes 19th century narrative

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By Alexis Poe/ reporter Confined to her room, a woman slips into madness as she obsesses over illusions she sees in wallpaper. SE psychology…

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SE lecture prompts creativity in writing

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By  Robert Young Many writers have a great story in them. They just don’t know how to get started, SE students were reminded Nov. 15. The…

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Speaker urges LGBTQ acceptance

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By Raegan Scharfetter Two speakers discussed how the LGBTQ community fits in with the Christian faith during the workshop What Does Religion…

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Fall 2016 Final Exam Schedule

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Final examination periods will be a maximum of one hour and fifty minutes, and examinations will be conducted in the rooms where classes regularly…

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NE teacher earns award for unique style of teaching

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor Chemistry professor Susan Patrick’s attention to her audience and flexible teaching style has made her a…

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Dance brings sparkle, sass to weekend

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By Hannah Lathen South Campus’ Spectrum club hosted a Gatsby masquerade ball Nov. 19 featuring a DJ and drag queen performances.  This is…

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Crowley teacher comes to SE bearing pop art

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By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor SE Campus is displaying 1980s pop culture-inspired pieces, filled with bright colors and interesting…

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Music Reviews- Experimentation breathes new life into artists’ sound

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By Colt Taylor/ campus editor Maximalism, the fourth album from the power metal band Amaranthe, marks a breath of fresh air for the…

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Music Reviews- Band makes powerful, vital message with its final album

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By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief A Tribe Called Quest just blessed this generation with the most important album of 2016 yet. Dropped a…

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NW students transform walls in new art exhibit

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By Edith Mariscal/ reporter Five NW students who were given a wall to use as a canvas for art will show off their work until Dec. 16 in the…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-Dec. 3 NE Campus’ theater program presents The Farnsworth Invention, a play written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by drama associate professor…

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Indoor hockey storms NW

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By Jason Middlebrooks/ reporter Team Green came out on top in NW Campus’ first venture into indoor hockey Nov. 19. The event consisted of…

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NW to offer Moot Court Camp

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By Robert Young/ Reporter The NW Campus Pre-Law Club will sponsor a Moot Court Debate Boot Camp 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Dec. 2 Pre-law adviser Julie…

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