You lost a what? Try TCC lost and found

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter FOUND: One breast prosthesis. Still unclaimed after five years. Students frequently lose textbooks, jackets,…

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Writing professor to tell stories for NE students

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Texas-born writer Oscar Casares will share his writing inspirations and pieces from his works with students March 23-24 in NSTU Center Corner on NE…

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Former NASA astronaut to speak on 4 campuses

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Leroy Chiao will share his unique experiences as a Chinese-American astronaut with TCC students on March 24 and 25. A veteran of four space…

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Sculpture: Inside-Out

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor   The Lakeview Gallery on NW Campus is packed with sculptures from across Texas. Artists and…

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Students can earn credits in St. Croix

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter Islands as a Classroom, a speech-history travel abroad program, will have its orientation 4-5 p.m. March 9 in SSTU…

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Air Force veteran: Education leads to influence

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By Leah Bosworth/ne news editor Veteran pilot Lt. Gen. Frank Petersen expressed the importance of education and the capability students have to…

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Names & Events

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Now-March 11 TR Campus will host Safe Spring Break, a weeklong awareness of how to stay protected during the upcoming weeklong vacation. Veronica…

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Students prove durability in TR contest

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TR Campus hosted its stre ngth and endurance contest in the fitness center March 5 with about 20 contestants. Contestants did squats, which were…

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NW teacher gives road trip options

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If money is tight this spring break, students can stay in Texas and enjoy a ride with friends taking Historic Road Trips from Dallas/Fort Worth by NW…

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Designer brings fashions to South

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By Bethany Aanderson/reporter Spring into Fashion: Making Appearances Count began with a style show March 3 on South Campus. Guests at the…

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Four could be next book/movie smash

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By Ciaran Lambert/tr news editor In the ’80s, teen movies were all about teens being rebellious and teachers telling students not to “mess…

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Tech policy needs blocking

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A few school districts in Texas are about to implement new technology-savvy policies, according to an article by The Associated Press. It’s…

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Firesquad wins SE dodgeball tournament

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By Drew Williams/sports editor SE Campus hosted its dodgeball tournament on March 4 with eight teams competing. What seemed like a tournament…

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SE doesn’t deserve high school stigma

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SE Campus often gets a bum wrap. Many students and community members call it a high school. SE Campus is a small campus in building space compared…

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TCC Blotter

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Feb. 25 A student on TR Campus backed out of a parking space and struck another vehicle in a traffic lane. Feb. 27 A person struck the gate at the…

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Kissing couples: Spare the slobber

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Holding hands, sitting on another’s lap, whispering sweet nothings into another’s ear, playing tag or chasing another down the hallways of campus…

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More offices should open later

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Hello? Is anyone here? Hellooooo? At that exact moment, the business hours for the registrar’s office on the door become clear. They closed a…

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Pressure mounts on South

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By Drew Williams/sports editor South Campus’ intramural basketball season continued March 3, and Do Wurk could be one of the only teams capable…

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TCC registration policies change, payment up front

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Soon, the unprepared student won’t be a student at all. Beginning with registration for the summer…

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Funding aids South learning programBy tristian evans south news editor

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By Tristian Evans/south news editor TCC has used learning communities for several years to help college students adjust to the rigors of higher…

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Elimination begins, tempers flare on NE Campus courts

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By Dean Adi/sports editor Competition heated up March 4 in NE basketball as six teams went head to head in the double-elimination…

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Low-scoring, substitutes dominate SE Campus hoops

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By Dean Adi/sports editor Kevin Whittenberg and Team Zoom had another impressive win March 5 on SE Campus, this time against iWork. IWork…

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Counselor to facilitate students choosing major

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As part of the NE Campus student success series, student activities will sponsor Tips on Choosing an Academic Major March 30. Lilian Mabry, NE…

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Offensive driving

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By Joshua knopp/managing editor Drive Angry set the record for the worst opening weekend of a 3-D film at just $1.6 million. While not exactly a…

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Until We Have Faces RED

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor Two-time Grammy-nominated hard rock Christian band RED packs a powerful blow into its third album…

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Runner Runner Runner Runner

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor Fans of boy bands who sound like they haven’t passed puberty yet may find Runner Runner’s debut…

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Photography sends NE instructor abroad and back

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By Casey Holder/reporter After putting everything he could into nabbing a big account shooting pictures for the only manufacturer of swivel straws…

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The King of Limbs Radiohead

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor For all the Radioheads out there, The King of Limbs offers eight tracks to get your Thom Yorke on. The…

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Women’s History Month

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Now-March 31 A Women’s History Month exhibit, Women and Intercultural Communication, is on display in the Jenkins Garrett Library on South Campus.…

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Hall Pass’ raunchy comedy not for weak stomachs

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By Tristian Evans/south news editor Can infidelity help save a marriage? That is the question Hall Pass poses. This being a Farrelly brothers…

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TR Campus deans bringing experience to new positions

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By Ciaran Lambert/tr news editor Beginning a new job is always hard. Whether it’s because the environment is new, the faces are not…

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Despite tragedy, South student finds way with faith

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/reporter Near the South Campus library stood a black wrought-iron table where student Cinthia Polite, dressed in a ruffled…

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Entertainment Calendar

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MUSIC March 25 Grammy nominee John Hammond will appear at 8 p.m. in the McDavid Studio in downtown Fort Worth. The seldom-seen artist is touring…

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NE teacher discusses learning styles

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By Sunita Sanjyal/reporter Women learn by hearing, men learn by vision, and that’s why women love to read romantic novels and men watch porn, a…

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WINR celebrates 33 years of supporting women in need

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/reporter The Women in New Roles Program is celebrating its 33rd anniversary in 2011, said South psychology professor Triesha…

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Hillsong United Aftermath

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter Aftermath, Hillsong United’s latest album released Feb. 14, is an outstanding example of yet another solid…

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NW faculty to perform music recital

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NW Campus will present a music recital 12:30 p.m. March 31 in WFAB 1105. NW faculty members will perform jazz, classical, opera or musical theatre…

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TR will recognize custodial workers

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The cleanliness of the halls, classrooms, offices and bathrooms of TR are attributed to the custodial employees on campus. Colleen Fitzpatrick, TR…

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