March 2, 2011

Amputee tests his endurance skills with other SE students

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By Dena Adi/sports editor SE students tested their athletic capabilities in an obstacle course Feb. 25. Donald Reed and Angel Gonzales were…

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Sisters Bridging Cultures: One Voice, One Heart, Many Hands

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The art of women who are students, authors and designers as well as professionals who use art as a hobby or self-expression fill the Carillon Gallery…

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3 teams remaining in NE winners bracket

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By Drew Williams/sports editor The NE intramural basketball tournament is down to three teams in the winners bracket. Team Hernandez beat…

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4’s Up South’s last undefeated team

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By Drew Williams/sports editor The South basketball intramurals continued Feb. 22 and Feb. 24, including a game of two teams trying to stay…

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SE intramural basketball off to competitive start

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By Dena Adi/sports editor The SE basketball intramural season kicked off Feb. 26 with teams of three squaring off against each other. The…

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Film hilarious, charming, potentially discomforting

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Old stories that have been told a thousand times, when done right, are still funny. Cedar Rapids is a…

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NW art professor displays portraits on campus

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor One of NW Campus’ longest-serving professors is using the newest art display area to exhibit his blend of old…

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Entertainment Calendar

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MUSIC March 2 Sammons Jazz presents The Leigh Tomlinson Memorial Showcase, which celebrates the legacy of the Sammons Jazz favorite who died in…

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TREE discussion focuses on schools’ diversity training

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By Justin Leveritt/reporter Trinity River Equality in Education, a campus group, brought issues of lesbian, gay, bisexual, questioning,…

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Olympic medalist: Avoid shortcuts, follow dreams

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor Not many people believed in the man’s chances to compete in the Olympic high jumps, let alone break…

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Staffer says communicate with faculty

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By Missy Irvin/reporter One staff member offered suggestions Feb. 17 on South Campus to develop positive communication between students and their…

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Artist/writer instructs students on creativity

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By Hannah Weehunt/reporter Creativity, laughs and tears were flowing as a guest speaker talked to NE students and faculty about the…

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TCC Blotter

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Feb. 18 A person was arrested on NE Campus during a traffic stop for outstanding warrants from another law enforcement agency. Feb. 18 A report…

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Former counselor lectures on breathing stress away

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By Aisha Banafe/reporter A former TCC counselor gave students tips to assess their stress levels and learn to deal with stress during the Stress…

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Nurse explains visits to doctor

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter Unfamiliarity with medical jargon, language or cultural differences and the fear of a broken confidentiality are…

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South professor gives aid to Swaziland

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By Tristian Evans/south news editor Last year, South Campus psychology assistant professor Dr. Staussa Ervin spent a year on faculty…

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Names & Events

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March 2 Center for academic success coordinator Chris Carcerano will present Plan Your Summer Now: Internships, Jobs, School or Services? The seminar…

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NE guitar festival attracts local talent

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Area guitarists attended the NE Campus guitar festival Feb. 26 to show their skills and possibly earn some cash. Sponsored by the NE Guitar Club,…

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Sexist rules hinder TCC intramurals

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In the Iowa high school state wrestling tournament last month, Joel Northrup, who finished his season with one of the best records in the state at…

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Guns don’t protect, people do

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Once again, one of TCC’s most talked about subjects from the last few semesters has reared its head in the state Legislature. The bill to allow…

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People, grow up, you’re in college

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On Feb. 21, a fight broke out in the cafeteria at Alabama State University. By early Tuesday morning, a video of the incident was on…

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Fraud hurts teachers’ claims

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Wisconsin school teachers are much more concerned about the money they make than the education they could actually give — so much so that they’re…

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Concealed carry divides college

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By Marley  Malenfant/feature editor Randall Weatherspoon, a SE Campus security guard, walks around the campus to make sure nothing abrupt will…

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Students feel pain of rising gas prices

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With the price of gasoline topping $3 a gallon, students say they are feeling the pinch. NE student Sean Regan said gas prices prompted him to…

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Sky’s the limit for NW students

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor For the last 30 years, students have come to NW Campus to learn how to maintain airplanes. Soon, they will…

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Horticulture assistant indicted on pot charges

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Calvin Hopkins,  former NW Campus horticulture assistant, was indicted Feb. 18 on a third-degree felony marijuana possession charge. Wise County…

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Unknown unoriginal, uneven

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor Way to keep it original. People expecting another heart-pounding Liam Neeson action film will be…

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Woman’s History Month

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Now-March 3 In honor of the 33rd anniversary of the Women in New Roles program, an art show is on view in the Joe B. Rushing Center for the…

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NW dance instructors to perform with guests

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NW Campus dance faculty members will perform with special guests at a concert 2-4 p.m. March 9 in WTLO Theatre. The faculty and guests will teach…

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