March 30, 2011

NW students, staff challenge tradition for Dada3 Day celebration

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The guidelines taught in fine arts classes will be abandoned for a day on NW Campus. Dada3 Day, the third annual celebration of Dada Day, will be…

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Enduring desire Nuns & Boxers

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By Jim Birmingham/reporter Focusing on nuns and boxers, the Enduring Desire art exhibit is on display in the East Fork Gallery on Trinity…

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Bio forms: mucous membrane, connective tissue & pituitary glands all made of clay

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By Leah Bosworth/ne news editor The NE library has a pituitary gland, a mucous membrane and connective tissue, and they’re all made of…

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‘Black magic’ doesn’t pay off in billiards

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By Drew Williams/sports editor NW Campus intramurals continued March 22 with its billiard tournament in the Student Center. Fourteen…

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4’s Up gets top seed in upcoming South tournament

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By Drew Williams/sports editor 4’s Up will be the top seed in South Campus’ intramural basketball tournament despite its poor play in the…

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Team Hernandez earns NE’s place in District Cup tournament

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By Drew Williams/sports editor The NE Campus intramural basketball tournament is over, and Team Hernandez will represent the campus in the…

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Campus champs tip off for cup

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By Drew Williams/sports editor The best basketball players TCC has to offer are set to compete against each other this weekend. The TCC…

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IWork to represent SE in District

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By Dena Adi/sports editor In a basketball tournament of win-or-go-home Saturday, teams went head to head for the SE Campus championship. IWork…

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SE director reminisces on career as basketball coach

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor He slept in the dorms. He took care of the players’ laundry. He was always holding a clipboard. Before…

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Jazz sax player performs on NE with lab band

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The NE music department will host a concert featuring the NE Jazz Lab Band and special guest New York saxophonist Jim Snidero. A series of…

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Entertainment Calendar

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ART Now-March 31 The Biennial Faculty Exhibition will be on display in the Carillon Gallery in the Joe B. Rushing Center for the Performing Arts.…

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Bright Eyes The People’s Key

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By Casey Holder/reporter Farewell, Bright Eyes, and thank you for one last dance. The famous rock-folk trio from Omaha, Neb., debuted its…

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Paul predictable potty-mouthed humor

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor Get ready for a close encounter of the foul-mouthed kind. Take a four-foot, pot-smoking green…

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NW dancers share artistic expression

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The TCC NW Dance Company and NW Mosaic Dance Project will present the NW Momentum: A Dancer’s Axis Concert at 7:30 p.m. April 15-16 in Fort…

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Cooper Limitless in starring role

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The moral of the story is to never accept pills from your ex-brother-in-law. When Eddie Morra (Bradley…

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South thespians stage Orwell’s classic Animal Farm

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By Tristan Evans/south news editor In April, the South Campus theater program will bring George Orwell’s classic novel Animal Farm to the…

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Woman’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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TCC Police Blotter

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March 4 A person reported a phone stolen from the NE Campus gym area. March 5 A handicapped parking sign was damaged in the TR Campus parking…

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Astronaut offers students global view of experience

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By Aisha Banafe and Jim Birmingham Students from four TCC campuses heard about issues of multiculturalism in space exploration from a former…

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Students need more than grades, advisor says

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By Soleman Hakeem/reporter College success includes more than good grades, an academic advisor told TR students recently. Sharon Moore…

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Managing time is vital, speaker says

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By Stevi Smith/reporter The only thing holding people back from completing their goals is themselves, a NE history instructor said last…

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Author shares his stories with NE Campus students

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By Dena Adi and Ashley Gomez Although entranced in the idea of telling stories, Oscar Casares believed the demographic, or “myth,” that authors…

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TCC offers buyout to longtime staffers

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By Shelly williams/editor-in-chief About 270 TCC employees are eligible to retire early, thanks to a new incentive plan approved unanimously…

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Names & Events

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April 20 SE Campus will host a job fair 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Main Commons. The fair is open to the public and will have companies like Chase, Six…

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NE instructor advises open communication

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By Jim Birmingham/reporter Schoolwork can be difficult, and problems can arise while trying to complete one’s work, so communicating with an…

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NW business students honored

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter Seven NW students returned from the Texas State Business Professionals of America Leadership Conference early this…

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Drivers, remember cars are not toys

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Sixteen, such a glorious age. The time when almost everyone receives that special plastic that reads “Driver License.” It is also when…

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News briefs

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Seminar to explore suicide prevention Students can learn about Suicide and Suicidal Ideation 11:45 a.m. April 4 in the ESEC North Ballroom on SE…

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You can help Japanese relief

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The unprecedented magnitude of the earthquake and tsunami that wiped out several of Japan’s coastal cities proved to be a contrast from the amount…

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Developmental class attendance becomes mandatory this summer

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Most teachers at the beginning of the semester say attendance is at least 50 percent of the class, but for…

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Students show aviation mechanics is women’s work

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Students move through the halls and study in the library just like at any other college. But unlike other…

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NW student finds thyme to garden, role play, learn

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter Erik Petersen, Master Pilot of the Merchant Ship Havfruen, is what he is called on the weekends, but in everyday…

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Shift Happens on NE addresses stereotypes among generations

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By Ashely Klactt/reporter Why do older people drive so slow? Why do young people talk so fast? Why don’t grandparents like to text, but that is…

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LGBT discrimination prohibited

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor After 44 years, TCC has implemented a policy against discrimination on the basis of sexual…

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Policy change long overdue

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TCC is finally putting something in writing stating the college accepts people of all sexual orientations. It is years overdue. Better late…

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South’s symposium ends Women’s History Month

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By Angel Carr/reporter South Campus will hold its 10th annual Women’s Symposium 8:15 a.m.-12:20 p.m. April 2 in the SSTU Living Room and…

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Staff shows ins and outs of campus

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By Missy Irvin/reporter More than 200 students ate a free lunch March 24 during Student Development Services Day on South Campus while learning…

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CampusCruiser for work, not love

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Dear John, I’m sorry, but I am not interested. Listen, asking me out for a date over our CampusCruiser e-mail is just not appropriate. You…

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