March 01, 2017

TCC stays warm during state hiring freeze

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By Hannah Lathen Community colleges in Texas will not be affected by a temporary statewide hiring freeze imposed on state agencies by Gov. Greg…

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Summer, fall course registration now earlier

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Students can now register for fall classes in April and sign up for summer classes later this month after…

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Program draws top medical scholars

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By Lee Mendez/ reporter Prospective health care professionals face stiff competition for admission at TRE.  TRE’s Center for Health…

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Editorial- Collegiate high school best way to go

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Students of TCC’s collegiate high schools are on the right path. Spring break is only a couple of weeks away. Students of the collegiate…

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Viewpoint- Debunking Americans’ myths surrounding China

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By Isabelle Zhu/ reporter Wearing simple clothes. Speaking little English. Working hard. Riding bicycles everywhere. Living in poverty. And…

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Viewpoint- Teachers should not be able to drop students

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By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor College is an important period when students begin to establish themselves as mature young adults. Beyond…

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Geological study takes student group to Hawaii

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By Justin Grass/ reporter Students can embark on a biological and geological field study in the Hawaiian Islands this summer.  They will…

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Book used in seminar tackles race concepts

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By Daniel Miller/ reporter Building coalitions and forming alliances are what it takes to make Texas blue again, a history assistant…

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Workshop lists signs of suicide

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By Tikko Mercado Suicide is not a normal response to stress, the NE veterans counselor told NE students Feb. 21. Christopher Hunt, a Desert…

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Specialist gives financial aid tips

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By Chase Metivier/ reporter For many students, college is their first major purchase, a NE financial aid specialist told NE students Feb.…

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Society gives technical students recognition

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By Jason Middlebrooks/ south campus editor South Campus technical students can join a society that offers scholarships, networking and…

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TCC scholarships to benefit 500 students

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By Jason Middlebrooks/ south campus editor The TCC Foundation is giving free money to 500 students, and all they have to do for a chance to get…

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‘Active learning’ introduced at board meeting

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Students are only attentive 40 percent of the time in a normal lecture class, studies show. To combat…

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Seminar will teach students to love themselves

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By Liliana Green Being college students is more than earning degrees. It’s learning who they are and what they want in life, the program…

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Names & Events

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Now-March 21 South’s campus and community outreach will hold free marriage and relationship workshops 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays on the SSTU…

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Administrators stress life growth, resilience

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By Jason Patrick Joe Rode, NW student development services vice president, and Archie Wilmer, NW interim business, technology and…

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Women’s History Month Calendar

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March 1 TRE Campus will host Excellence, Care and Compassion: A Discussion on Nursing with Dr. Jackline Opollo noon-1 p.m. in TRHA 1050. Opollo has…

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Women’s March participants to provide insights, stories

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By Mary Nunez As part of the celebration of Women’s History Month, TR student activities will sponsor a March 8 panel discussion, Where Do We…

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CyberDefenders members gain IT experience for jobs

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By Bethany Narvaez Cybersecurity is a viable career path, and NW’s new club, CyberDefenders, is dedicated to equipping students with the skills…

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Panelists reveal hip-hop culture

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By Michael Foster-Sanders NE students experienced a different look at hip-hop from a socioeconomic perspective Feb. 21.  The Hip-Hop…

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Student leaders to learn their roles in conflict

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By Victoria Pedersen Students will learn how to navigate conflict from a leader’s perspective at Phi Theta Kappa’s Student Leadership Academy…

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New clubs bring new opportunities

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Clubs provide a way to make meeting new people easier, and four campuses have new clubs for students to…

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Student ensemble to perform variety of music genres

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By Briana Outlaw An ensemble of 21 NW students will present a concert packed with a variety of music types March 9. Seven combinations of…

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Film sends anti-bully message

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By Raegan Scharfetter Before I Fall, based on the Lauren Oliver novel, hits box offices March 3, and it falls nothing short of…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-March 2 South Campus has works by Texas artist Gerald Lopez on display in the Carillon Gallery in the Joe B. Rushing Performing Arts Center. The…

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Watson’s album uses new styles, speaks of life, love

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By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor If anyone needs a great album to ride around to on a Sunday afternoon, Aaron Watson has provided just that…

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Students, staff learn lesson in etiquette

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By Anne Francomano/ tr news editor Discretion is the key to etiquette, a professional counselor told South students and staff at the Brand U…

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Outdoor recreation area opens for campus

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By Justin Grass NE Campus’ kinesiology department will hold an event for students and faculty to celebrate the newly refurbished NHPE outdoor…

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SE teams aim for championship

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By Tyler Poda/ reporter The SE basketball league resumed Feb. 24 with four games and two teams eclipsing the 90-point mark.  The Scorpions…

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Sports Calendar

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Now-March 20 Registration for South Campus’ March Madness Tournament is open. Students can register at imleagues.com/tccd. For more information,…

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Students use teamwork in Ultimate Frisbee game

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By Bethany Narvaez NW students teamed up for a competitive game of Ultimate Frisbee Feb. 22.  “This is the first time we’ve offered…

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