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South students march through campus chanting “Who are we? DACA. What do we want? Support” during the Sept. 14, 2017, protest on South Campus. TCC students rallied together to raise awareness of issues concerning DACA.

DACA rally sparks change

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Citizenship issues still loom one year later despite support A year ago, the Trump administration announced its decision to rescind the Deferred Action...
South students Devinne Jorgensen and Cameron Clowers rehearse lines from My 10 Year Old Self. The play will be Sept. 20-22 in the Joe B. Rushing Center for the Performing Arts on South Campus.

Actors’ lives inspire play

By JW McNay/managing editor A student-created comedy featuring poetry, prose and memes comes to the stage Sept. 20-22 on South Campus. My 10 Year Old Self...
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Road rage incident leads to assault with firearm

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TCC police are investigating an aggravated assault with a firearm reported Aug. 27 on South Campus.  According to assistant police chief Chanissa Dietrich,...
Preservation areas are set up around South Campus in the migratory path of monarch butterflies to provide a shelter to help fight the decline of this endangered species.

Preservation key to saving species

By JW McNay/campus editor Efforts to save the monarch butterfly from extinction continue with the help of South Campus and the community through cultivating preservation...
La Societe Francophone president Ivonne Casas and treasurer Wayne Elkins describe what’s in the seed bombs they made for South’s Bioblitz to South and SE student Camile Aristotle.

French speakers stand test of time

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief South Campus turned 50 this academic year, and so did the college’s oldest student organization. La Societe Francophone, South’s French Club, has been...
South Campus wants to set aside land to preserve monarch butterflies. The Ecosystem Project is taking steps toward the goal by starting an action group and planting milkweed.

Butterfly haven

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Ecosystem Project strives to keep monarch butterflies from becoming extinct A South Campus group wants to make the terrain butterfly-friendly again and...