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Events to offer voter registration

By JW McNay/managing editor Students who want to register to vote can do so on multiple campuses in upcoming voter registration drives Sept. 24-25. One such...
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Editorial – Everyday heroes need more appreciation

What makes a person a hero? Committing selfless deeds, being an activist for what a person believes in, and being a strong leader to improve...
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Viewpoint – Students can improve life by prioritizing sleep

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief College students need to make sleep a priority, she writes in the midst of pulling her second all-nighter in a five-day span. I’m...
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Viewpoint – Irresponsibility should not lead to profitability

By JW McNay/managing editor A pharmaceutical company that manufactures opioids may soon profit by offering drugs to help with opioid addiction. Makers of the painkiller OxyContin,...
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Events highlight suicide awareness, prevention

Information session at NE offers five-steps to assist Being educated about suicide is important because it saves lives, a counselor told students Sept. 14 on...
The Nun attempts to give the most menacing interesting villains in The Conjuring movie series an origin story that robs the character of its power.

The Nun fails to stir genuine fear

Spinoff films in an established movie universe can be a slippery slope, especially if the spinoff develops a character’s origin or backstory. The power of...
TR students celebrate last year’s Hispanic Heritage Month with lessons provided by members of the Fred Astaire of Fort Worth dance company.

Monthlong celebration to share Hispanic culture

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TCC will honor Latino culture during Hispanic Heritage Month with guest speakers, exhibits, dance lessons and more. The month runs Sept. 15 through...
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Editorial – Senate needs to halt Kavanaugh hearings

Amid Nike’s controversial 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign rolling out, an 11-year-old being tased and President Donald Trump attacking Attorney General Jeff Sessions...
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Viewpoint – Nike-Kaepernick ad shows dual standard

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor The internet exploded Sept. 4 with the news that Nike chose former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick to be the face of...