Friday, September 20, 2019
TR vice president of student development services Julie Amon speaks to C.O.M.P.A.S.S. members. Photo by Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Program helps female students succeed

September, 18, 2019 |Juan Ibarra | editor-in-chief With the help of the TR Campus intercultural network, C.O.M.P.A.S.S. has celebrated five years of helping women find...
Shelly Heideman and Jason Bengtsson meet in the NE library and discuss the Men of Color Collaborative. Photo by Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Mentors guide students’ paths

September, 18, 2019 | Jill Bold | campus editor The Men of Color Collaborative hosted an event with the Intercultural Network, providing an opportunity for...
NE Campus will receive a community garden outside of NSTU. Students and faculty will be able to grow plants in raised metal containers. Photo by Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Community garden to sprout new possibilities

September, 18, 2019 | Jill Bold | campus editor A new community garden is in the works on NE Campus to provide gardening opportunities and...
Madison Byars picks out apples at the NE Campus’ first fresh food market event. Students can receive fresh produce, dairy and meat at food pantries at certain campuses. Photo by Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Food pantries help feed students in need

September, 18, 2019 | Elyssa Gideon | reporter Students who struggle with food insecurity may have a hard time focusing at school. TCC currently has...

Honors society encourages new members

September, 11, 2019 | Victor Allison | reporter Phi Theta Kappa is looking for new recruits. The honor society, known for top academic performers at community...

Pet cute animals to help unwind

September, 11, 2019 | Gunner Young | campus editor Registered therapy animals help students destress at TR Campus’ monthly TheraPaws event. Students are able to stop...

Program sets bar high for aiding student success

September, 11, 2019 | Kimberly Landeros | reporter First-generation student Autumn Henry was feeling discouraged. Henry didn’t have any idea how he could succeed, until he...
A work of art demonstrates the still life form of illustration. Alanna Jackson created this as a part of her art appreciation class. Photos by Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Students showcase art

Human trafficking addressed

September, 11, 2019 | Jill Bold | campus editor Human trafficking is modern day slavery. “It is the exploitation of men, women and children for forced...
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Digital distractions can negatively affect schoolwork

September, 11, 2019 | Jessica Strange | reporter A physical location for student veterans services now exists on NE Campus. Smartphones ding. Watches buzz. The glow...
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Human trafficking issue in Texas

By Elyssia Gideon/reporter The head of the Human Trafficking Unit in the Texas Attorney General’s office will present Pornography, Prostitution, Pimp Culture and Human Trafficking...
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Finding the silver lining within failure is necessary

By Monica Brigham/reporter Although students will settle into a routine as they ease into the semester, challenges inevitably bubble up. But NE counselor Masika Smith...
NE Movers Unlimited was selected to perform their Korean fan dance piece, “㆟[in]; human,” on Nov. 11 at the Palm Desert Choreography Festival in California.

Dance organization heads to nationals

By Jill Bold/campus editor The email didn’t say congratulations. And the creative director for the NE Campus’ dance company, Movers Unlimited, wasn’t expecting it to. But...
South Campus students Gordon Dean and Kameron Ray browse a catalog from Midwestern State University while attending the campus’ yearly Club Rush event.

Joining a club has its benefits

By Carla Rivera/reporter Clubs at TCC bring students together and allow students to gain experience from working as a team. Students make friends and network...
The ninth annual 9/11 memorial run helps students unite and respect those who gave their lives, and is hosted by the NW Veterans Sucess Center 7-10 a.m. on Sept. 11.

5K to honor 9/11 victims

By Gunner Young/campus editor NW Veterans’ Success Center is hosting the ninth annual 9/11 memorial 5K run/walk to honor those who lost their lives on...
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New state laws affect Title IX landscape

Title IX changes All employees at institutions of higher education in Texas are required to report incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence and...
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Digital campus reaches milestone

By Juan Ibarra/editor-in-chief Taking only an online classes is so common in 2019 that it’s hard to believe not too long ago, it was once...
Materials are laid out while the reconstruction process of the hardwood floor takes place on South Campus. The gym was flooded over the summer due to water accumulation. Photo by Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Gym undergoes construction in the wake of water damage

By Lucretia White/reporter Faculty and staff wondered at the sound of water flushing from the rooftop on South Campus. During a meeting in the spring,...
NE associate professor of English Rebecca Balcarcel having a good time in the middle of her book signing at Interabang Books in Dallas. The event showcased Balcarcel’s love for literature. Photo by Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Dreams come true for aspiring novelist

By Juan Ibarra/editor-in-chief Rebecca Balcarcel is a NE Campus associate professor of English with a published poetry book who had the dream to publish a...