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By Ciaran lambert/tr news editor   Life being made up of connections — systems that connect cells, organs, people, countries — is…

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Former Olympian to speak on SE

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Former Olympian and motivational speaker Hollis Conway will talk with SE Campus students at 11:30 a.m. Feb. 3 in the North Ballroom. Conway was…

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Instead of beating the system…..fix it

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By Brittanie Dawson/reporter Remembering the horrors of his own childhood, NE student Jackie Davis wants to develop an after-school art…

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Black History Month

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Feb. 1 Instructor Carlos Rovelo and professor Elizabeth Branch will host a Black History Month kick-off celebration in the SSTU Cafeteria on South…

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Fighter pilot to speak about life experiences

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Veteran fighter pilot Lt. Gen. Frank Petersen will speak Feb. 2 in NSTU Center Corner on NE Campus in recognition of Black History Month. “I…

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TR students remember MLK Jr., parade through Fort Worth

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Members of the TR Campus African-American Student Organization and its supporters participated in the Fort Worth Martin Luther King Jr. parade Jan.…

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Lunch program provides free meals to build relationships

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TR Campus will host Take a Student to a Meal week beginning Jan. 31, designed to create student and faculty/staff interactions outside of the…

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Board discusses proposal for funding cuts by state

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief As the Legislature delves more into the discussion of budget cuts for higher education, Chancellor Erma…

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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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Attendance cited as pivotal for student college success

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By Emily Couchman and Ciaran Lambert Most students have skipped a class at some time or another, but many of them don’t realize just how much…

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Silly moments distract from a serious Dilemma

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The advertisements for The Dilemma indicate a bone-headed romantic comedy with a washed-up cast. If the…

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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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Closures affect TR commute

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Students, faculty and staff should start planning other routes of transportation to TR Campus or the May Owen Center as Super Bowl week…

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TCC remains honest with press

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Dallas County district attorney Craig Watkins has ordered his staff not speak to the media. Some prosecutors are afraid they’ll be given a pink…

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Brownsville bans plastic bag use

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As a child, the TV show Sesame Street taught me the dangers of littering by displaying pictures of turtles and ducks with plastic soda rings caught…

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Mid-winter television series lack originality for most part

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The Cape Bringing the anti-hero to television has been done before, but The Cape provides a dark, yet futuristic look to the story of a man who…

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New SE science building overdue

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After a two-year construction project, students can stop asking, ‘Is it done yet?’ SE Campus’ new science facility had been needed for a…

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Easy A classes not valuable

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Poet Henry David Thoreau said he wanted to “live deep and suck out all the marrow of life.” But John Keating (played by Robin Williams in the…

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TCC students give back, volunteer with children

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By Marc Hutchinson/reporter Alliance for Children, a local non-profit, is not alone in reaping benefits from TCC student volunteers. “It…

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Buying, selling textbooks becomes social

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By Perla gonzalez/reporter Within the first year of TCC’s opening its Facebook page in fall 2009, students began inquiring about courses,…

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Mini-tournaments new addition as students anticipate intramurals

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By Drew Williams/sports editor When the fall semester ended, it took flag football along with it. That means many students, like SE Campus…

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NW Campus hosts writing conference

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor NW Campus English department will host the SNaP writing conference 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 5. “Some people want…

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SGA officers will be sworn in on South

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After welcoming students back for the spring semester last week, the South Campus Student Government Association officers will be sworn in at 12:30…

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Fracturing construction continues on NE

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The fracturing process is under way at NE Campus’ southwest drilling site near Grapevine Highway and Harwood Road. The newly constructed…

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Entertainment Calendar

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MUSIC Feb. 1 Steve Turre, the Saturday Night Live trombonist, will be the featured artist for the University of North Texas Jazz Artist Series.…

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Names & Events

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Jan. 26 The South Campus Phi Theta Kappa honor society will sponsor an open forum for TCC students at 4 p.m. in the SSTU Texas Room. President Dr.…

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Centers help transferring

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By Ashton Phillips/reporter Transferring to another institution entails many steps and potential stresses, which is why TCC offers its…

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