Saturday, September 21, 2019

Northwest

Students are given the opportunity to honor those lost by suicide by placing a pinwheel near the entrance of WFAB. Photo by Kat Parker/The Collegian

Suicide Prevention Week opens difficult dialogue

September, 18, 2019 | Gunner Young | campus editor Students and faculty were encouraged to have an open dialogue about depression and suicide during NW...

With student-focused approach since day one, Rode retires after 47 years

By Juan Ibarra editor-in-chief After 47 years of working with TCC, NW vice president of student development services Joe Rode will retire. Since joining the college...
The ninth annual 9/11 memorial run helps students unite and respect those who gave their lives, and is hosted by the NW Veterans Sucess Center 7-10 a.m. on Sept. 11.

5K to honor 9/11 victims

By Gunner Young/campus editor NW Veterans’ Success Center is hosting the ninth annual 9/11 memorial 5K run/walk to honor those who lost their lives on...
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Artistry highlighted in yearly compilation of work

By Gunner Young/reporter Marine Creek Reflections is an award-winning literary journal sponsored by the NW campus English department. Giving students an opportunity to be published, Marine...

Market combats hunger

Monthly program helps those in need By Juan Ibarra/campus editor A multitude of events are hosted on TCC’s different campuses, however one event in particular helps...
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Experts lend advice for interviews, work

By Gunner Young/reporter Leading industry representatives gave students advice on how to ace their job interviews and succeed in their careers during a student-organized workforce...
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Artists share inspiration behind choreography

By Crystal Cantu/reporter The desert lands have served as inspiration for two artists who shared their immigrant stories with NW dance students in a collaborative...
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Green thumbs grow cash for horticulture

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor Tomatoes, herbs and a variety of flowers were on display for students and community members to purchase on NW Campus. The...