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Save money, boost GPA, earn credits

By Abraham Haifa/reporter Affordability and convenience top the list of why some students choose community college. “I have to pay for my education by myself,” South...
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Sport offers cheap fun

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor Pro players visit to teach about disc golf Ordinary college sports involve football, baseball, and soccer. However, disc golf is not usual...
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Digital initiative to bring forth focus on computers

By Gabriel Burnaman/reporter A 3D-printing showcase at NW offered insights about what kind of technical and social skills employers will seek from students entering the...
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More charging locations to come to all campuses

By Jade Myers/campus editor Students chat in a small study group space as they work on a project together. A writing center employee talks with...
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Faculty gives help to stressed students

By Daniel Sanchez/reporter The NW advising and counseling department treated students to care packages Feb. 25 in preparation for midterm exams. NW counselor Becky Herrera said that...
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Scenes celebrate literature

By Krissia Palomo/reporter Acts performed to highlight cultural achievements Cultural appreciation was the message of the African-American Read-In Feb. 25 on SE Campus. African-American Read-Ins are a...
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Scholarship advice, pizza served for free

By Jessica Strange/reporter Paying for school can be a challenge even at the community college level. Rise in the cost of living coupled with increased...
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TEDx talks aim to start conversations

By Monica Brigham/reporter TCC will host its own version of a TED Talk titled TEDxTCCD March 5 on NE campus. TEDx events focus on a...
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Instructor shares tales of creative writing

By Ty San Andres/reporter NE English literature instructor and TCC alumni Rebecca Balcarcel took a creative writing class at TCC when she was in college,...
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Campus aids transition for foster students

By Arelys Morales Conty/campus editor South campus is the only campus to have a program geared towards students who have been in foster care. “We identify...
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Students learn to dress to impress

By John Guajardo/reporter Career services prepares students with tips for success at interviews NW students who might be discouraged about job interviews received some advice from two...
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Students compete, design prototype apps

By Ethan Hamilton/campus editor Adobe Creative Jam is an event in which local leaders speak to aspiring creators and students and give them exposure on...
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No classroom, no problem for online teachers, students alike

By Jade Myers/campus editor Connect campus teachers are some of the more mysterious teachers at TCCD because you never even have to meet them to...
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Forum to focus on student mental health

By Gunner Young/reporter NW counseling will host a mental health forum in the library from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on March 1 about overcoming the obstacles...
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Race, politics explored in online lecture

By Veronica Rosas/reporter In a live lecture from Birmingham, England, Kehinde Andrews, Birmingham City University’s professor of black studies, delivered the “Emory Douglas Black History...
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Speaker to share tea cake tradition

By Lucretia White/reporter SE instructor of culinary arts Sherry Sipho will give a speech Memories and Tea Cakes 12:30-1:50 p.m. Feb. 26 on SE Campus...
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TCC musicians visit state convention

By Ty San Andres/reporter The acronym TMEA is rather infamous throughout the music industry. Standing for Texas Music Educators Association, the importance of this organization...
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Fair to offer mental health resources

By Maddie Christian/reporter Anyone who wants guidance on how to improve their mental health can attend the Mental Health Resource Fair March 4-5 on NW...