Winter storms cause closings for record six days

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By Shelly Willliams/editor-in-chief For the first time in TCC history, the college closed its doors to bad weather for a record six…

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Students encounter snow, stir-craziness over break

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor More ice meant no school which meant no homework or dry, boring lectures from professors. Students were…

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Speak up to prevent suicides

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The Sea of Trees in Japan at the bottom of Mount Fuji is the No. 2 place for people to go to take their own lives. The No. 1 is right here in the…

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NW learns through films

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By Edna Horton/managing editor Learning by watching, listening and practicing is the goal of a NW Campus film series. Cine Para Todos will…

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Child’s play shows learning abilities

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It is unsettling to watch a child struggle to learn information presented at school but, at the same time, easily remember the lyrics of a song or…

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NFL teams fumble with Rooney Rule

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Eliminating racism in football, by far the most popular sport in America, could be a small step in eliminating racism all together. That’s why…

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Turn off lights, help save a life

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Rolling blackouts, my behind. Last week, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas shut off power in various areas 30 minutes at a time to help…

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Librarian educates students in research on campus

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By Ashley Klatt/reporter Offering tips to make students’ research more productive, Bonnie Hodges, NE Campus public services librarian, presented…

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Names & Events

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Now  Tickets for the March 3 Women’s History Month Luncheon on South Campus are on sale from Triesha Light, South WINR coordinator. Only checks…

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Black History Month

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Now-Feb. 11 SE Campus is hosting a black history art exhibit in the Bistro of the main building. Framed posters of important historic…

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TR supports, features LGBT students with TREE week

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By Ciaran Lambert/tr news editor Students of the Trinity River Equality in Education group are standing together for We Are TREE, a weeklong event…

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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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TR Campus instructs students on searching

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The TR Library is providing a new service to its students involving the Internet. Since February is Information Literacy Month on TR, the…

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Students find cheap ideas for dating

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By Leah Bosworth/ne news editor Last year, NW Campus student Diana Lopez was sent on a search by her boyfriend for a Valentine’s Day surprise…

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Hopkins Rite, others wrong in film

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The Rite has a great supporting cast and the fringe parts of its plot are well done, but both story and crew…

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NE drama assists women’s shelter

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor For the fifth year, the NE drama program will hold a benefit performance for the Battered Women’s…

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Thank You, Happy Birthday Cage the Elephant

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor Thank You, Happy Birthday, Cage the Elephant’s second album, is almost a different genre of music…

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Students get down, fight AIDS in dance

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NE and NW campus students will dance to raise funds for a New York organization that battles AIDS. A series of events called Dancing for Dollars…

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Entertainment Calendar

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

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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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Students’ jobs allow them to see big game

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By Dena Adi/and Marley Malenfant Most students spent their Super Bowl Sunday in front of the TV watching the big game, but a few of them managed…

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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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