Student begin to discover when going beyond the classroom

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By Casey Holder/reporter  One NE Campus natural sciences professor wants students out of the classroom while earning nine credit…

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New guitar festival held on NE Campus

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor NE Campus’ guitar ensemble will sponsor the Guitar Festival to raise funds to compete in the…

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Statham, Foster solve problems with violence in The Mechanic

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By Claran Lambert/tr news editor Jason Statham loves starring in movies full of action and start with the word “The.” The Mechanic is…

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South show discusses racial topics

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor With an early start for Women’s History Month, South Campus opens a production by a black woman…

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Early birds get e-mails, weather alerts

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By Shelly Willliams/editor-in-chief TCC administrators were up at 4 a.m. Feb. 9 as they decided to close for the seventh day in two weeks after…

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TR creates intervention program for students in distress

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief TCC is taking new precautions to protect and offer support to students. Focused more on how to prevent a crisis…

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Writer discusses art during NE luncheon

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor Artist-writer Shay Youngblood will present Open Book, a luncheon event 12:30-2 p.m. Feb. 23 in NSTU…

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Time to shovel on, snow is gone

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The dramatic change in our weather recently has been like something out of the Chronicles of Narnia movie. We went from consistent sunshine and…

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Flannel pajamas don’t help grades

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The recurring theme seen walking the halls these days is not well-dressed, incredibly groomed individuals, but walking forms with sleep attire still…

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Freshmen still getting involved

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A study released in January called The American Freshman: National Norms found that 51.9 percent of college freshmen said their emotional health was…

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Baylor nurse delivers heart-healthy seminar on NE

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By Stevi Smith/reporter About 100 people gathered Feb. 8 on NE Campus for a heart-healthy lunch and to learn the importance of knowing how to…

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Puppeteer stars in NW Campus play

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor College students can play fourth graders, but it’s a little harder to play a three-year-old. That’s…

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Bookstore renovation on NE causes interim store to open

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By Leah Bosworth/ne news editor NE Campus’ bookstore moved to a temporary location in the NSTU Galley adjacent to the cafeteria. The…

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South to experience Swaziland

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Students can experience Fort Worth’s sister city, Mbabane, Swaziland, noon-1 p.m. Feb. 15 in the SSTU Texas Room on South Campus. Dr. Staussa…

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Names & Events

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Now-March 2 Tickets for the March 3 Women’s History Month Luncheon on South Campus are on sale from Triesha Light, South WINR coordinator, until…

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Dallas County district attorney speaks on Innocence Project

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The Innocence Project is a group that works toward freeing those wrongly convicted, and one of its most powerful partners will speak about it on…

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CD Review

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor The Enigma of Life, the fifth album released by Norwegian symphonic metal band Sirenia on Jan. 21, is…

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NE intramural basketball league begins with OT

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By Drew Williams/sports editor The NE spring basketball league started off with a bang Feb. 11 with Team Hernandez edging Team Hoeffner 51-50…

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Expressway construction impacts NW, NE students

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor NW and NE campuses will soon be affected by the new North Tarrant Express highway…

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Speaker shares success secrets

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For Black History Month, James “Bird” Guess will share his story of monetary success with TR Campus next week. He will tell his story at…

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SE construction students win best rookie award in contest

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A group of SE Campus construction students won best rookie honors during a residential construction management competition in Orlando, Fla., in…

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NW students discuss speaking with doctors

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NW students can learn How to Talk to Your Doctor 12:30-1:30 p.m. Feb. 23 in the Michael Saenz Conference Center (WACB 1123). The event is free for…

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Entertainment Calendar

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THEATER  Now-Feb. 20 Jubilee Theatre in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square presents Shakin’ the Mess Outta Misery. The narrator tells the story of…

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Feds cracking down on for-profit colleges

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LOS ANGELES —For-profit colleges have expanded rapidly, with enrollment nearly tripling in a decade to more than 1.8 million students in 2008. But…

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Retired engineer fills bowls, bellies

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By Tristan evans/south news editor Retirement for many means rest and relaxation after years of working hard, but South student Bobby Darr had…

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Students can earn 7 credits by studying abroad in Mexico

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By Jayleen Watson/reporter Students wanting to study Spanish abroad now have the opportunity to earn more credit. Beginning in Summer II,…

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Spanish students could be Costa Rica-bound

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Last summer, six TCC students traveled to Costa Rica for four weeks. They studied Spanish at the…

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NE photo teachers display works

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By Casey Holder/photo editor The faculty and staff of TCC’s photography program have applied their lectures and advice to their own work with…

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