February 02, 2011

Students should use political sway

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One night a year, each major broadcasting network cancels all of its  regularly scheduled programming and airs the president’s State of the Union…

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Vaccinations key, keep pets healthy

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Procrastination is an ugly word and an even more unattractive personality flaw that sometimes  carries a hefty price. For the first time since…

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Plagiarism policy needs fixing

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TCC needs clarity in its policy on plagiarism and stricter enforcement across the district when genuine plagiarism is committed. While students…

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NE garden nears completion

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor A Japanese flavor has arrived on NE Campus in the form of a garden on the north side of the Student Center,…

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Career services opens up office Feb. 9

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NE Campus career and employment services will reach out to students at its open house Feb. 9. This semester’s theme is “What the Career Center…

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TCC enrollment continues growth spurt, led by SE, NW

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor TCC’s enrollment the first day of classes stood at 48,680, an increase of more than 3,000 from last spring’s…

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New SE Science Building disperses crowded classes

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor SE Campus opened its three-story Science and Academic Building Jan. 10 with more than 30 classrooms along…

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Plagiarism policies lack consistency across district

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Faculty members agree that plagiarism is a problem among TCC students, but there is no agreement on how big a…

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Health care options exist for students

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By Amber Veytia/reporter Some aspects of the federal health care law passed last year may not benefit many TCC students. But even for those…

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SE teacher takes on foreign children to help teach U.S. culture

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor On a hot summer day in August, SE history associate professor Heard Floore drove to the airport. For years,…

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Educator becomes South VP

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By Tristian Evans/south news editor A desire to give back to the community and connect with students brought Dr. Nicole Bradford to South…

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Geneticist to discuss new cancer research in NE Campus talk

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  A noted geneticist will present the latest in cancer research Feb. 9 on NE Campus. Sam Rhine will present the Genetic Update Conference…

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Security stepped up as Burgess holds first town hall meeting since shooting

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TCC played host last week to the first local congressional session since the shooting in Tucson, Ariz., that killed six people and left 13 injured,…

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NE offers healthy food for the heart

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NE health services will host its annual Heart-Healthy Luncheon 12:30-1:30 p.m. Feb. 8 in NSTU Center Corner. “This year, we’re looking at…

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Entertainment Calendar

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THEATER Now-Feb. 13 This, a play about relationships, brings the trials of approaching middle age to Stage West in Fort Worth. Best friends join…

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Instructor wins NE hoop contests

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By Drew Williams/sports editor The first intramural matches of the spring started Jan. 28 with three-point and free-throw shooting contests in…

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Teachers give 19th century artist new life in NW exhibit

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Two local artists found beauty in old illustrations and created new modern artwork. Jo-Ann Mulroy…

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Students say their social media addiction earns “Generation Me” label

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By Amy Estrada/reporter According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, the contemporary society of young adults is defined by its…

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Holiday difficult for soldiers

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By Cale Vaughan/reporter Veterans enjoy Valentine’s Day like any other, but some veterans who became TCC students remember when service to their…

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African-American writers featured on NE Campus

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NE Campus will host an African-American Read-In noon-2 p.m. Feb. 15 in NSTU Center Corner. Students and faculty will present poetry and reading…

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NE, NW change their intramural schedules after weather closing

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NE and NW campuses postponed their basketball tournaments because of the inclement weather. NE intramural director Bart Desender said all…

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Government teacher brings Latino history to life on SEBy marley malenfant feature editor

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor SE government instructor Darrell Castillo was frustrated with the lack of Latino history discussed in community…

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Workshops fill in TR lunchtimes

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The discovery center for academic success has designed a set of one-hour seminars for students and faculty on TR Campus as a new solution to…

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Club Fests inform students about campus groups

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South and NW campuses’ student organization members welcomed students with Club Fests last week. The events gave students an opportunity to…

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Strings’ premise adds nothing

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor No Strings Attached could have been a thoughtful examination of the dichoatomy between love and sex, made…

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Names & Events

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Now-Feb. 4 TR Campus continues its Take a Student to a Meal Week, a program designed to foster student and faculty/staff interactions outside of the…

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Black poetry read on South

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By Tristian Evans/south news editor The South Campus Jenkins Garrett Library will hold its annual Open-Mic Read-In 12:30-1:30 p.m. Feb.11. The…

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NW holds Sadie Hawkins dance

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter TCC NW presents its second Sadie Hawkins Dance and Ballroom Dance-Off 7:30-10 p.m. Feb. 11 in WSTU 1303. Tickets…

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Staffers teach students to use Microsoft Office

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By Missy Irvin/reporter Two staff members offered suggestions to help students use Microsoft Office to their advantage Jan. 25 on South…

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Black History Month

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Feb. 2 Fort Worth Star-Telegram editor and columnist Bob Ray Sanders will discuss his book Calvin Littlejohn: Portrait of a Community in Black and…

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NE students selected to sing in All-State Choir program

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Five NE students will participate in a two-year college music conference in San Antonio this month. The students — Julie Belville, Ashley Ghent,…

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Jobless students, hang in there

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In the past few months, more and more of my friends have struggled with the value of a college education — especially with a 9.4 percent…

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Artist discusses work before South video exhibit

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By Tristian Evans/south news editor With his video installation on view in South Campus’ Carillion Gallery, Dallas artist Patrick Short…

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