Living with dyslexia

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Reading and writing are skills taught early in academic careers, but for students who struggle with…

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TCC ranks in top 8 for student jobs

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Working and going to college is always a source of stress for many students, but TCC students might have it…

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Teams offer emotional support

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By Dylan Venglar/ reporter For five years, a group of faculty and staff has been giving aid to students with troubles — ones that could be…

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Editorial- End the negative mental illness stigma

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When it comes to mental illness, society has come a long way, or so it seems. What was once a taboo subject is now being openly shared by…

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Viewpoint- We need to make America hope before it’s great again

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By Lee Mendez/ tr news editor February celebrates black history and the men and women of a group that has been historically disenfranchised…

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Viewpoint- Beauty shouldn’t be defined by Photoshop

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By Katelyn needham/ editor-in-chief Beauty doesn’t have a size or a waist measurement.  It is a universal and ever-changing concept that…

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Nationwide mobile museum rolls on to campus

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By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor In honor of the 100_year anniversary of World War I, a mobile museum will be open Feb. 14-17 on NW Campus…

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TCC health services wants blood

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By Kathryn Kelman On all campuses, TCC health services are looking for blood to help restore the community’s dangerously low blood…

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Resources to help kill crippling student debt

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By Liliana Green Student loan debt puts financial pressure on many TCC students, but several resources can help federal student-loan borrowers…

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Clubs rush to sign up prospective members

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By Kathryn Kelman NE Club Rush is an event for students looking to connect with organizations and clubs looking to recruit students. The event…

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Student group’s activities clean up environment

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By Raegan Scharfetter/se campus editor Student Earth Advocates, a NE student organization, encourages students to help the environment. SEA is…

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Names & Events

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Feb. 1 NE career services will host an open house and information session 10 a.m.-5 p.m. in NSTU 1101A. Students, faculty and staff can learn…

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Fans get geared up for Super Bowl LI

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Millions of jersey-clad fans will gather around TVs Feb. 5 to watch the Atlanta Falcons and New England…

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Fears of math calmed by tutoring centers

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By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor The NE math and physics lab and TR math tutoring center offer homework help and test preparation resources…

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Returning veterans receive help

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By Ivy Claire/ reporter TCC will provide veterans and/or their family members and first responders free transitioning training this month on TR…

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TCC alumni give advice on attending two schools

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Students pack the halls at TCC campuses, each with a different background and purpose for taking classes…

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Black History Month Calendar

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Feb. 1 Understanding Black Leadership: Revisiting the Longstanding Debate over Nationalism vs. Integration will be noon-1 p.m. in the TR…

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Art exhibit, discussions to focus on black history

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By Raegan Scharfetter SE Campus will host an African-American History Month Exhibit in Art Corridor III in the ESEE wing. Significant…

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Students take control of theater productions

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By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor South Campus’ theater program continues to step back from traditional theater and produce shows compiled…

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Movie Review- Controversial dog movie breaks hearts

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By Raegan Scharfetter In the midst of great amounts of animal abuse allegations, A Dog’s Purpose premiered and tugged on the emotions like…

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Horses, cows, pigs, oh my

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By Peter Matthews The 121st annual Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo is being held at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth through Feb.…

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