Sports Calendar

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April 7-8 The NW Campus kinesiology department will host disc golf 4-8 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturday. All current TCC students are…

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Human books to help increase awareness

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By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor NW and SE Campus libraries will take part in an international movement for social change through the Human…

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Play tackles life challenges

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By Jason Middlebrooks/ south news editor Students can watch Sunday on the Rocks, a play about the challenges in the lives of four women,…

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International Festival to expose students to various cultures

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By Kathryn Kelman and Victoria Pedersen The International Festival will give NE Campus students a chance to experience cultures outside the U.S.…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-March 31 SE Campus is hosting Ya Casi: Paintings by Erika Duque in Art Corridor II. The gallery is exhibiting paintings by TCU Master of Fine…

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Student play wins at festival

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By Tags Tagliaferro/ reporter In the face of bigger, prestigious four-year universities, a SE Campus student production won the regional…

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Women’s March panel advocates for change

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By Anne Francomano/ tr news editor If young people want their voices heard, they need to get involved, a panel of politically active women told…

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TCC to go back in time

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By Kathryn Kelman NE students are encouraged to “spring to the future” at this year’s Spring Fest 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 12. The theme…

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Tribute band takes Phish to new level

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By Jason Middlebrooks/ south campus editor An excellent blend of Phish and instrumental jazz, He Never Spoke a Word does not…

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Viewpoint- YouTube restrictions send anti-LGBTQ+ message

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor YouTube has been working to filter out offensive content, but recently the social media platform’s…

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Career services workshop highlights skills on resume

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By Briana Outlaw/ reporter NW Campus career services employees shared the importance behind having marketable skills and explained how it sets…

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Path to success shared by Anderson Cooper

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By Chase Metivier/ reporter Award-winning journalist and CNN anchor Anderson Cooper told NE students via a webcast March 23 of his journey into…

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Film delivers message on love

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor With a witty script full of clever lines, DreamWorks’ latest animated movie The Boss Baby is an…

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Viewpoint- Panic attacks are preventable, anxiety is manageable

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief I have generalized anxiety disorder. That statement alone is not something I have been able to come to…

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Women’s history month calendar

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Now-March 30 NW’s Empowered Women will feature a display of influential women of the NW Campus community in honor of Women’s History Month. The…

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Counselor shows how to de-stress

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By Jazmyn Davis/ reporter Better Ways to Stress March 23 offered students tips on managing problems from school, work, relationships and even…

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Drake’s playlist showcases talent

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief Drake aims to change the game with everything he releases, and More Life is no exception both in sound…

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Trumpcare’s withdrawal saves women

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If Obamacare was out and Trumpcare was in, 24 million more U.S. citizens would have been uninsured by 2026, not making America great…

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Activist panel talks on women’s march

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By Mary Nunez/ reporter Participants in the recent women’s marches told a TR audience March 8 that women’s voices need to be heard. The…

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Virtual reality, 3-D printing discussed

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By Anne Francomano/ tr news editor Veterans along with TCC, TABS and early college high school students received a taste of the future March…

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Poetry club puts on slam

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By Raegan Scharfetter The SE Poetry Club is giving students an opportunity to showcase their literary skills and abilities in its annual poetry…

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NW president promoted to vice chancellor

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief NW Campus will lose a president, but the district will gain an executive vice chancellor and…

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Women’s luncheon discusses politics, Eleanor Roosevelt

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By Andrew Forbes/ reporter A South history assistant professor spoke March 9 to students and faculty members about International Women’s…

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State capitol trip inspires students

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor While in Austin for a conference, five NE students from the TACHE-OLAS club joined a rally on the steps of…

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Band will present rock history at concert

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor A professional band will walk students through rock ’n’ roll history during the Rockumentary concert April…

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Paying tuition made more user-friendly

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief The change in moving up registration dates for summer and fall classes will also come with many changes in…

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Lecture on feminism uses Wonder Woman

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By Ayanna Watson/ reporter SE students learned about Wonder Woman and feminism on International Women’s Day March 8. SE government…

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Names & Events

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Now-April 15 South’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Center is offering free tax preparation 2-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 9 a.m.-2…

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Photo exhibit to feature street art of New York

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By Tikko Mercado/ reporter A Texas artist will hold an exhibit of photos of New York on NE Campus through April 29.  Amarillo College…

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Board meeting reveals district gun-free areas

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief The 11 areas where carrying handguns will be prohibited under campus carry were announced for the first time…

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Clubs discuss upcoming events

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By Daniel Miller/ reporter The vote for the fall semester’s Student Government Association will take place April 10 and 11, the NE SGA decided…

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Infinity to bring series of speakers in STEM

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By Daniel Miller Math can be an intimidating topic to students and a question often asked is how are they going to use this. This a question the…

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Jazz band will perform in Fort Worth event

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By Jason Middlebrooks Students can watch South Campus’ jazz bands perform in downtown Fort Worth for free. The bands will be one of…

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Students learn better money management

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By Michael Foster-Sanders Credit scores are important if students want to consider buying a house or making other major purchases, a financial…

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Living for Now

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By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor   It is no small feat for a working mother to go to school and take classes.  Sondra Falcon is…

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Leadership plays important role in conflict

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By Victoria Pedersen Student leaders learned the importance of a leadership role during conflict resolution March 7 on NE. Phi Theta Kappa…

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Dada Week encourages irrational art

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By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor NW Campus will celebrate Dada Week with a wide range of human expression through a variety of art forms. The…

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Author talks productivity, success

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By Andrew Forbes/ reporter An American journalist and nonfiction author spoke to NE students via webcast March 21 about the correlation…

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Bulls win tournament, second straight SE title

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By Tyler Poda/ reporter The SE basketball league concluded March 10 with the BTA Bulls claiming their second championship in as many years. A…

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Director talks about body image

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By Liliana Green/ reporter Body image is the subjective picture or mental image of one’s own body, the Center for Discovery’s program…

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Dance faculty to ‘merge’ in downtown

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By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor District dance faculty and staff will perform alongside guest artists from the community in Merge at 2 p.m.…

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Social media has drawbacks

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By Tikko Mercado/ reporter Technology is not going anywhere, and social science has not kept up, a speaker told NE students March…

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