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Unity, art combine at celebration

By JW McNay/editor-in-chief “African-American history is American history,” said a speaker on SE Campus during Celebrating Strides. Actress Denise Lee was one of many speakers at...
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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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Surgical technology program turns 50

By Jade Myers/campus editor In an operating room, a person in scrubs, gloves and a mask stands close to a surgeon. They carefully pass the...
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Film explores tough lives, inspiring tale

By JW McNay/editor-in-chief “Based on a true story” movies with an inspirational message can often be heavy-handed and predictable. However, the The Boy Who Harnessed the...
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Viewpoint – Respect animals, not inhumane captivity

Zoos intend to educate people on animals and their habitats, but they may be doing more harm than good. Animals aren’t meant to be held...

Who has the time to party anyway?

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor Students contemplate how to best spend their week of vacation College kids are off of school for a week, and they have...
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Editorial – Don’t: Spread hate Do: Communicate

All too often since the 2016 election, the rise of a more heated climate between different ideologies has grown and only divided everyone. There isn’t...
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Viewpoint – Students robbed by colleges in new way

Whatever money students might save on buying books secondhand is now spent on access codes that are required by some classes. When signing up for...
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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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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...