TCC hopes to open K-8 charter school on South CampusBy Joshua Knopp special assignments editor

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor TCC would like to have the first National Heritage Academies charter school in Texas open on South…

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South Campus volleyball ends season rivalry

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor South Campus volleyball intramurals drew to a close Oct. 4 with Hard Aces defeating Krush two sets to…

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Hispanic Heritage

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Now-Oct. 15 What Does Hispanic Heritage Mean?, an interactive art exhibit curated by NE assistant professor of music Edwardo Perez, is on display 8…

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Subway to celebrate grand opening with ribbon-cutting

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Students are invited to celebrate the official grand opening of Subway restaurants on NE, NW, SE and South campuses. The celebrations are Oct. 16…

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Communication skills key to success, faculty says

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By Elyssa Whaley/reporter Communication is the key to unlocking the doors to a successful future, NE Campus students were told Sept. 28, and…

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Entertainment Calendar

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THEATER Now-Oct. 13 SE Campus drama students are performing Our Country’s Good, a play about convicts and Royal Marines sent to Australia for…

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Names & Events

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Now-Oct. 22 The NE National Honor Society in Psychology is holding a book drive. Students can drop donations off in any of the Psi Beta book drive…

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Lack of courtesy on TR stairs, elevators hangs over campus like ‘cloud’

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor There’s one thing a cell phone and an elevator have in common: the ironic lack of connectivity between the…

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Technology can sometimes hinder communication, TR staffers observe

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor Multi-tasking is one thing, and self-absorbency is another. Students are doing both, and it’s not just…

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NE students honored for works of art, essays, poetry in journal

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor NE Campus unveils its annual student journal of art and literature, Under the Clock Tower with a reading and…

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News Briefs

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South coordinator to help students with job interviews As students prepare for an upcoming hiring fair, the South Campus career and transfer…

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SE production depicts lives of Australian colonists

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By Martley Malenfant/reporter If there were ever a time when students wanted to use a faux British accent and pretend they’re convicts, SE…

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District dancers showcase variety

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Dancers from across the district will join on South Campus Oct. 20 for the district dance concert…

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International trips become problem again in Taken film

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The certain set of skills are back. Liam Neeson returns to the screen as Bryan Mills in Taken…

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SE library displays photos taken along part of historic Route 66

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor Photographs taken along historic Route 66 can be seen in the SE library this month. The colorful exhibit Road…

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TR’s Current Works shines light on faculty artwork

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor TR Campus’ annual faculty art show Current Works is up in the East Fork Gallery until Dec. 3. The artists…

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Mind-blowing film Looper combines style, action

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor Simply put, Looper is the most aesthetically pleasing movie to come out since The Avengers, and…

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Priority registration gives edge to current students

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By Shirlett Warren/editor-in-chief Students with a greater number of completed TCC hours can now register for classes a few days…

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Teacher movie ends up more uplifting than controversial

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The new film Won’t Back Down is inspiring and full of tears and laughter. But what some may see as a…

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Trustee unaware she owed college

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By Shirlett Warren/editor-in-chief In September, TCC trustee Robyn Winnett was told she owed the college about $41,000 for health insurance…

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NE biology lab gives students hands-on experience

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor New biology lab sections on NE Campus are trying to engage both students and faculty. Beginning this…

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Itch for photography drives award-winning teacher

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor Part two in a five-part series on winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching, an annual…

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NE library revamp works with open space concept

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Times are a’-changin, and the NE library is doing everything it can to keep up. Library services…

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Entertainment Calendar

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THEATER  Now-Oct. 13 SE Campus drama students are performing Our Country’s Good, a play about convicts and Royal Marines sent to Australia for…

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Leaving Cuba changed TR instructor’s life

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By Mario Montalvo/multimedia editor Only a thin sheet of glass separated Janet Rodriguez from her family as she boarded her flight from…

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TCC focuses on studying, not partying

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Playboy magazine’s top 10 list of party colleges is out, and Tarrant County College is not on the list. Surprise, surprise. While some colleges…

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SE Campus will display, talk about various works, styles of art

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By Chan Mon/reporter Three different styles of artwork will be on display Oct. 15-19 on SE Campus. On Oct. 15, instructor Kristina Elizondo…

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Silence better than well-planned reply at times

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I’m an expert at late comebacks. What I mean by that is I’m good at sitting in my car or standing in front of a mirror and replaying in my…

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Gamer beats boredom, likens college to gaming

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The real adventure in school is finding a way to make the journey more enjoyable. To some, the notion that any level of enjoyment can be had in…

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