Confronting Gun Violence

Confronting Gun Violence

TCC brings the gun debate home as faculty, staff and students discuss aspects of the national conversation such as how upbringings and experiences influence...
Confronting Gun Violence

Campus teams take prevention into own hands

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief A student writes something concerning in a class assignment, such as revealing a desire to cause harm to themselves or others. What...
Confronting Gun Violence

Students stress respect as key to stop violence

By Shannon O'Brien/reporter The debate over guns has polarized America, and TCC students are no different. But they seem to agree on one thing: having more...
Confronting Gun Violence

Two veterans share differing beliefs on guns

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor NE Campus students Martikko Mercado and Garry Chenault are both Army veterans who have seen combat. Yet as civilians, their views on...
Students talk to employers to find out more about job opportunities at a 2015 job fair on NW Campus. The Cinco de Mayo Job Fair will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May 2 in WSTU 1303 and 1305 and will feature over 40 employers.

Campus to host job fair

By JW McNay/campus editor Job seekers can meet with prospective employers May 2 at the Cinco de Mayo Job Fair on NW Campus. The event will...
Students take a relationship quiz given by SE counselor Carisa Bustillos-Givens. She presented the SE workshop on how to build healthy relationships and avoid unhealthy ones April 18.

Dissecting dating

By Keishonda Sherman/reporter Speaker talks healthy relationships Students gained insight about how to build healthy relationships and recognize abusive ones at a workshop April 18. SE counselor...
TESSA program manager Jessica Grace addresses SE students April 18. Her speech focused on the long-term effects of violence.

Mental scars can linger

By Keishonda Sherman/reporter Students learned at a lecture April 18 on SE Campus about interpersonal violence and the trauma it causes. Jessica Grace, the program manager...
NE financial aid specialist Joe Rodriguez teaches the importance of budgeting April 19.

Talk teaches budgeting

By Mykel Jones/reporter Students learned about methods to help them manage money and create a budget that works for them April 19. NE financial aid specialist...
TR student Daveyaun Slater trims hedges at an ACH services home in south Fort Worth. The “Pretty” Park Pavilion group cleaned up yards, a playground and a home.

A day for serving

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Student, faculty, staff spend Saturday morning giving back to community  From cleaning up trash while kayaking on the Trinity River to cheering on...
Despite the rain, community members flooded into South Campus’ gym to learn more about health, receive free screenings and learn how to cook healthy meals April 21.

Expo delivers free testing, education

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Rain didn’t deter community members from learning healthy twists on traditional soul food recipes or getting free health screenings and other...
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TCC to prepare for Trinity Metro services on campus

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief To accommodate the Trinity Metro buses on campus, the TCC board of trustees approved contract agreements for infrastructure improvements on two campuses...
Voice actor Chuck Huber answers students’ questions during a NE event April 18.

Voice actor offers tips for success

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor Fans of anime series such as Dragon Ball Z, My Hero Academia and One Piece were excited to see voice actor...
TCC students can text "tccnotify" to 550-055 to sign up for text message alerts.

TCC offers new way for text alerts

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Students now have another option for receiving text message alerts from the college’s registrar, business services and financial aid offices. In an...
President Donald Trump speaks at a Washington, D.C. event March 22. At a Cleveland speech March 29, he said community colleges were synonymous with vocational schools.

Role of community college examined

By Kathryn Kelman and Jamil Oakford Students share what two-year college’s value provides them For the second time this year, President Donald Trump said people “don’t...
Priority registration for the fall semester opened April 16 and anyone who has completed less than 63 hours can register starting April 23. The deadline to register is Aug. 20.

Students can now register for fall term

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Priority registration for the fall semester opened April 16. Any student who has completed 63 credit hours could register on that day, and...
A young child attending last year’s African-American Health Expo is measured for his height. This year’s expo will be April 21 on South.

Health expo returns

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Event to shed light on gap in community services South Campus will serve as the backdrop for a conversation on health disparity...