District

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,...
The Collegian Logo

Viewpoint – Society feeds noxious fumes of masculinity

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief The idea that mass shootings, like the one Feb. 14 in Parkland, Florida, are a result of mental illness is a farce. Logic...
The Collegian Logo

Viewpoint – Hip-hop artistry faces arrested development

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor Is the hip-hop culture dying, or am I just out of the loop? I ask myself this question weekly when I turn...
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...
The Evolution of hip hop banner

The evolution of hip-hop

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor 2017 marked the first time hip-hop outpaced rock through an entire year. Holding six of last year’s top 10 albums, hip-hop...
Photos courtesy of Disney/Marvel Studios King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) faces his competitor in the open plains of the fictional Wakanda in the newest Marvel film in its cinematic universe, Black Panther.

Marvel delivers crowning glory

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor A strong king, a relatable villain and black women are the true stars of the visually awe-inducing Black Panther. Prince T’Challa begins...
Photo courtesy Warner Bros. Pictures Spencer Stone, who plays himself, is on guard after watching people run into his train car in The 15:17 to Paris. This film’s four main characters portray themselves and their story of heroism by foiling a terrorist attack in August 2015.

Film fails to deliver on heroism

By Shannon O'Brien/reporter In Clint Eastwood’s new movie, The 15:17 to Paris, heroism is the theme. The film is based on the true story of three...
Illustration Aftin Gavin/The Collegian

Editorial – LGBT couples lack V-Day representation

While modern-day society likes to boast the idea that love is love, make no mistake, Valentine’s Day is for the straights. This is not an...
The Collegian Logo

Viewpoint – Reality of black women not depicted in media

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Nichelle Nichols was the first visible black woman on American television to take a major role on a popular show that...