Sierra Miranda NE Early Voting

TCC shakes up schedules

Starting next fall, TCC students will get an entire week off for Thanksgiving but must return from summer break a week earlier. The changes are...
Sierra Miranda NE Early Voting

Faculty talks election season

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Primary elections and midterm elections often have the lowest voter turnout. To prepare the TCC community for the Texas primary election March 6,...

VITA helps students prepare taxes

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Tax season is approaching, and TCC has a way to help students tackle preparing their income tax returns through a tried...
Photos by Robert Burn/The Collegian SE culinary arts instructional assistant Sean Hunt holds a $5 bill, which will buy a lunch prepared by the program.

Students offer $5 lunch

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Subway isn’t the only option for lunch Mondays on SE Campus. Thanks to the campus’ culinary arts program, SE students, faculty and...
Suzann Clay/The Collegian NE student Taylor Kinda was one of the three winners of the Black, Brown & College-bound summit trip.

Mixer helps promotes diversity

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor The NE College Men of Color Scholars held a mixer Feb. 14 to help students and faculty become acquainted with the...
Photos by Robert Burn/The Collegian Veteran Chris Battle speaks about the experiences of African-American soldiers in the military.

Veterans give history lesson

The Collegian file photo TCC’s districtwide Celebrating Strides event Feb. 27 on TR Campus will feature live performances, surprise guests and student presentations.

Students to be focus of TCC celebration

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief The TCC community will bring Black History Month to a close by coming together for Celebrating Strides Feb. 27 on TR Campus. TCC’s...
Robert Burn/The Collegian NW counselor Jamie Stroud addresses the crowd during a positive thinking workshop on campus Feb. 15. Positivity can help during stressful periods.

Workshop gets happy

By Keishonda Sherman/reporter Students focused on learning to find happiness during stressful times in a Feb. 15 workshop used to promote positive thinking. NW counselor Jamie...

Autism doesn’t hinder work

By KC Hagedorn/reporter With the help of the Texas Rangers baseball club, special needs students from TCC and Sam Houston High School in Arlington were...
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library/National Archives/MCT President Lyndon Johnson works during his final days at the White House in 1968. He chose not to seek another term as the Vietnam War became more unpopular.

Symposium will face volatile 1968

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Political assassinations, protests and civil unrest will be at the center of the History Symposium Feb. 22-23 on TR Campus. TCC students,...

Campus makes early voting easier by walking to polls

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Early voting for the 2018 primary election started Feb. 20 on four of TCC’s five campuses, but the fifth campus has plans...

Program sees big donations

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief South Campus’ homeless outreach program has recently acquired an abundance of donations from community partners totaling over $30,000. Visions Unlimited, one of the...
Sean Madison

History’s lessons can offer reflection

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Black History Month Second in a series highlighting black leaders at TCC   It’s not about whether one encounters difficulties in life, it’s all...
SMU English professor Ezra Greenspan discusses Frederick Douglass’ life, views and work as an abolitionist Feb. 6 on NE Campus.

Douglass viewed in present context

By Jennifer Velazquez/reporter A local expert on abolitionist Frederick Douglass offered a Black History Month lecture to students Feb. 6 on NE Campus. Ezra Greenspan, an...
Bass Reeves

Federal officer inspires TV hero

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor NE Campus hosted a Black History Month event to honor Bass Reeves, one of the first African-Americans to hold the post...
NW students join in dancing with the Bandan Koro traditional African drummers Feb. 7.

Rhythmic call to tribal roots

One of the “Casita Tristes,” created by Giovanni Valderas is situated on a Dallas street across from a construction site.

Art focuses on gentrifying

By Amy Sturges/reporter Walking around the neighborhood he grew up in, Dallas artist Giovanni Valderas sees much more than dilapidated houses and construction sites in...