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Dance adjunct instructor murdered

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief A NE Campus dance adjunct instructor was killed in the early morning of July 23 in Dallas, and no arrests have been...
Campus carry signs are now shown around each campus, designating safe zones.

Concealed carry now legal at TCC

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Licensed gun owners can now carry a concealed handgun while at TCC and any other community college in Texas. The Texas Legislature...
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Student murder suspect gets another capital charge

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief The man charged with killing NE student Molly Matheson has been indicted in another capital murder in North Texas. Reginald Kimbro, 24, is...
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Editorial – Confederate statues glorify racist views

Confederate statues and memorials are falling all around the country following the violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, earlier this month. Communications and external...
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Viewpoint – Transgender military ban makes no sense

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief In July, President Donald J. Trump posted a tweet calling for a ban on transgender soldiers. No one from the Pentagon or Capitol...
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Viewpoint – YouTube phenomenon helps students relax

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Soft speaking, tingles and whispers are the new sounds of this fall semester. ASMR is taking over the internet, and anxiety/stress-ridden students...
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Female staffer reports campus groping incident

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor A female staff member reported Aug. 2 that an unidentified male groped her in between the NFAB and NCAB buildings on...
Business Professionals of America students competed at the National Leadership Conference in May and took home top honors in several categories.

BPA students leave national conference with top awards

By Katelyn Needham/reporter Former NW student and Business Professionals of America president Jonathon McNamee checked his brand new suit that he bought for the National...
Students pursue the new items campus bookstores are now offering after Barnes & Noble College took over TCC bookstore management.

TCC bookstores under new management this semester

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor TCC has recently selected Barnes & Noble College to manage all campus bookstores. The new management will give an increase of innovative...
SE mathematics associate professor Brunilda Santiago works to prepare for the new semester in her office. She suggested tips to math students that worked for her when she was a student.

Instructors relate to students’ issues with mathematics

By Anne Francomano/reporter TCC mathematics faculty can personally relate to students who wrestle with math classes because they too had difficulties and needed help along...
Health services offices on all campuses sponsor opportunities for students, faculty and staff to donate blood year-round and provide other services.

Health services help students stay focused

By Briana Outlaw/reporter Students, faculty and staff are offered free health clinic services year-round on every TCC campus. “If a person is not feeling well, we...
TR’s Riverfront Cafe offers a wide variety of food selections to help students maintain healthy eating habits while studying and attending classes on campus.

Intense student schedules affect healthy eating habits

By Andrew Forbes/reporter As the school year begins, students generally have good intentions, but as their full-time studies get underway, their health plans suffer. While incoming...
TR student Dhairya Patel submits an application to become a note-taker for TR’s SAR office.

SAR to help disabled students

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Student accessibility resources at TCC levels the academic playing field for students with visible and invisible disabilities. Office personnel meet with students each...
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Campus counselors provide services for mental health

By Liliana Green/reporter Though mental health may not be at the forefront of parents’ and students’ minds when students start college, mental health is critical...
SE students wait in line to visit with a counselor. All campuses have counselors and academic advisors on staff to assist students with their schedules and future plans.

First-time students find importance of goal setting

By Brittnee Junkersfeld/reporter As students filter back into school, first-time students discover the importance of setting goals and making enough time to complete them. In college,...