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Students can now register for spring

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor With spring semester around the corner, students are advised to enroll at their earliest convenience. Although the spring semester usually has fewer...
Fort Worth Stockyards Ghost Tour guide Eugene “Gene” Bonds talks about ghosts of the Livestock Exchange during a tour Oct. 14.

Lost souls lurk around Tarrant County

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Ghost hunting offers spooky Halloween alternative The month of October brings seasonal treasures like an abundance of candy, costumes and new films,...
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Editorial – Lawmakers should not control women’s bodies

The Trump administration once again revealed its disdain for women Oct. 6. The administration eliminated the Affordable Care Act’s provision that ensured women had access...
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Viewpoint – Weinstein has earned wrath of women, world

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Harvey Weinstein is many things, but a respectable man he is not. Angelina Jolie, Cara Delevingne and Gwyneth Paltrow: What do these...
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Viewpoint – Mass murders rise as Congress refuses to act

By Tabitha Redder/reporter When will it stop? Last week, a 19-year-old Texas Tech student shot and killed a police officer in Lubbock. The week before, 59 victims...
NE student Angel Rivera practices on a piano in a NFAB lab. Advisors encourage students to choose electives that complement their degrees.

Advisors suggest students choose electives they enjoy

By Chase Metivier/reporter Choosing classes to complete their degrees can be a stressful process for students. For students undecided on a major, NE academic advisor Marjeanna...
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Theater departments offer courses across district for those interested

By Jason Patrick/reporter For students interested in exploring theater course options, classes are offered on every campus and range from beginning to advanced acting, providing...
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TCC gives a range of physical fitness courses for students

By Justin Grass/reporter Students can improve their health and gain credit hours by signing up for TCC’s physical fitness elective courses. The one-credit-hour courses vary from...
A child reaches for his Halloween treat at the SE Fall Fest in 2013.

Leaves are falling, festivals are happening

By Gabrielle Saleh/reporter The arrival of fall also means seasonal festivals at several TCC campuses. NE Campus will host a Wizard of Oz-themed Fall Fest 10...