April 19, 2017

Student murdered in home

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor A NE Campus student was found strangled to death in her Fort Worth home, police said. Molly Matheson,…

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Historical plane makes last flight to TCC

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By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor TCC’s aviation program is now home to a transcontinental Gulfstream G-II airplane that once flew…

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District 3 election to be in May

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By Katelyn Needham/ editor-in-chief A current board of trustees member is running against a data consultant for the District 3 position in…

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SGA vice president wins national award of up to $40,000

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor For one NE student, April 13 became an unforgettable day.  In a room surrounded by past advisors,…

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Editorial- Take the robots out of customer service

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Hourlong phone calls complete with static and automated option menus fill the modern-day customer service experience. Seldom do real…

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Viewpoint- Soap opera fills episodes with serious, relevant issues

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By Hannah Lathen/ managing editor April marks 54 years since General Hospital’s first episode aired. I’ve spent the past 20 of those years…

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Viewpoint- Rate My Professors fishes out bad teachers

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By Raegan Scharfetter/ se news editor We’ve all used it before, the website to analyze the teaching habits of our future professors. You know,…

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Applicants to be chosen for sonography program

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By Anne Francomano/ tr news editor The May 15 application deadline for TCC’s new diagnostic medical sonography program is just around the…

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Texas civil rights discussed in panel

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By Justin Grass/ reporter Historians of Texas civil rights gave students insight into oral history’s connections to civil rights movements…

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Managing credit vital for success

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By Mary Nunez/ reporter Credit scores affect many parts of one’s life, a speaker told NE Campus students April 11. Joe Rodriguez, NE…

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Filmmaker finds passion through sci-fi

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By Michael Foster-Sanders/ reporter For years, Christopher Mihm was a computer programmer who made a lot of money but hated his job. So Mihm…

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Preparation for finals offered in presentation

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By Jason Patrick NE Campus academic advisors Amy Reece and Alicia Thomas will help students prepare for finals with an interactive presentation…

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Symposium will mark Vietnam anniversary

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By Jason Middlebrooks Near the 42nd anniversary of the fall of Saigon, South students can hear keynote speakers and members of the South…

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Names & Events

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April 19, 26 For Stress Awareness Month, TR’s health services has Wellness on Wheels 1:30-2 p.m. in the Discovery Center (TRTR 3102). The sessions…

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Print stations bring difficulties

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By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor After nearly two semesters of WEPA kiosks on all TCC campuses, students and faculty still have a difficult…

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Novelist discusses LGBTQ problems

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By Brandon Barrett and Jazmyn Davis HIV, colonization and oppression are just a few of the many difficulties David Caleb Acevedo faces in Puerto…

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Talk covers Asian migration

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By Brittnee Junkersfeld To kick off TR’s Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebrations, North Lake College’s history…

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Club to open for business

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By Jason Middlebrooks South Campus’ newly established business organization, Beta Psi, will be chartered at 3 p.m. April 20 in the SSTU Living…

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Different views regarding religion shared in panel

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By Victoria Pedersen/ reporter What’s Your World View?, a roundtable discussion featuring the meaning and practice of religion and…

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Event to focus on tree conservation

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By Raegan Scharfetter The annual Arbor Day Celebration will spread environmental conservation awareness to students, faculty and staff 11:30…

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Funny, awkward First Date highlights spring musical

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor For the first time, the Broadway musical comedy First Date is hitting the NE Playhouse stage.   First…

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Students, faculty to dance in show

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By Jason Middlebrooks South Campus will host Paradigm, a dance concert featuring students, faculty and guests at 7:30 p.m. May 4-5 in the…

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Club to showcase its spectrum of talents

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By Jason Middlebrooks South Campus’ Spectrum club will host a talent show 5-9 p.m. April 20 in SSTU 1114. Students can watch their…

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Exhibition displays student art

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By Jason Patrick Original pieces of art created by students line SE’s Art Corridor I as part of the annual Studio Art Exhibition on display…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Now-April 20 South’s fine arts department hosts Bildungsroman, an art show exhibiting the work of British artist Charlie Godet Thomas, 6-8 p.m. in…

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Conference to feature students’ original work

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By Justin Grass/ reporter Three NE composition contest participants will have original piano pieces performed at a state conference in…

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Film gives insight to life as immigrant

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor In the Nigerian Yoruba language, “dara ju” means “better.”  In his film Dara Ju, first-time…

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Exhibit celebrates students

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By Tikko Mercado/ reporter Silent Communication, a student art exhibit, is open now through April 26 in College Hall (NCAB 1111) on NE…

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New movie misses feminist mark

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By Kathryn Kelman/ ne news editor Intended to honor women’s roles in London during World War II, Their Finest, directed by Lone Scherfig,…

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