Standard teen movie delivers harmony, laughter to audience

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By Kelli Londono/entertainment editor The new film Pitch Perfect brings laughter in the realm of show choirs and the outrageous stereotypes…

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TR students form new Drama Club

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The Aspiring Writers and Actors Club, a new student organization on TR Campus also known as the Drama Club, plans to perform public services, plays…

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Mayor discusses leadership skills at WINR banquet

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By Jennifer Mills/reporter Women should be empowered in both leadership and education, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said at the Women in New Roles…

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South students receive career search tips

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Rhiannon Saegert/ reporter Many students seeking employment or looking to start professional careers don’t know how to present themselves as…

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NE spanish instructor lectures on Dream Act

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By Z. Poe Doyle/ reporter Politically charged opinions, the dreams of immigrants and the history of a movement were discussed during Deferred…

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Safety stressed in NW motorcycle licensing course

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor Though the issue of motorcycle safety is serious, a NW instructor said he wants his motorcycle-riding course…

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Mahon TR Common Reader Book Discussion

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At around lunchtime Oct. 5, TR students and faculty members met to discuss the campus common reader, Hamlet’s Blackberry. Introduced to campus…

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TR Students get diabetes prevention and treatment tips

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Shameaka Jones/ reporter Knowledge is the most powerful weapon in the fight against diabetes, a TR Campus audience was told Oct.…

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South mathematician brings humor to classroom

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

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Group hopes to unify clubs, student voices

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor The NE Student Government Association wants to unite clubs and the student body into one cohesive…

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News Briefs

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Students, faculty on NW Campus to discuss election A roundtable discussion of the presidential campaign and other hot topics will be held Oct. 24…

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NW to promote breast cancer awareness

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To support health in women and men during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Joan Katz Breast Center will present Breast Cancer Awareness Oct. 22 on…

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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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International ceramic artist visits NE

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By Elyssa Whaley/reporter An artistic journey from her native South Africa by way of Mississippi and Chicago brought an internationally known…

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College’s first Toro Dash run/walk to commence Dec. 1 near TR Campus

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TCC will present its inaugural Toro Dash allowing students, faculty, and even non-TCC students to participate in a race Dec. 1. The race will…

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NE student survives heart transplant

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By Shirlett Warren/editor-in-chief A 21-year-old NE student took a few semesters off in 2011. He was laid off from his job, placed on…

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Education, jobs, health reform top issues for Latinos

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By Shirlett Warren/editor-in-chief Recent Census Bureau data reported a record 24 million Latinos are registered to vote in the upcoming…

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Seminar educates on risk factors

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By Maria Asprilla/reporter One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, and one in 76 will die from breast cancer, a…

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TR hosts state senatorial debate

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor Wendy Davis and Mark Shelton argued over education funding, unemployment and other topics during a state Senate…

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Entertainment Calendar

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ART Now-Oct. 24 The NE Art Association is sponsoring a zombie movie contest. Students are invited to submit movies three minutes or less. Students…

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Tuition freeze leaves many in the cold

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Gov. Rick Perry wants Texans to have a fair shot at a college education. In September, he said he plans to push for a tuition freeze at public…

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30 colleges provide info during transfer week on TR

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor Thirty universities will recruit students during Transfer Connections Week on TR Campus Oct. 22-25. Students…

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Lab schedules can slow down student progress

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I really like chemistry. Every time I learn something new about the way atoms combine, decay or divide to produce electricity or completely…

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Politics interfere with Planned Parenthood’s goal

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As of Nov. 1, Texas funding for Planned Parenthood will come to a halt. Gov. Rick Perry recently turned down 90 percent of the federal funding…

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Seniors keep current, learn new skills in NW program

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor The senior citizens seen on every campus aren’t just out for a leisurely stroll. They are prolonging their lives…

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TR students help others with personality profiles

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By Stephanie Homeyer/reporter Students helped students on TR Campus Oct. 9-10 as a class project, but many gained more than a class…

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