April 20, 2011

NE speaker addresses Gypsy stereotypes, misconceptions

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By Soleman Hakeem/reporter Having lived in Bulgaria and photographed Gypsies, a NE guest speaker said she wanted to eradicate misconceptions about…

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NW play Vanities displays time’s effect on friends

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Friends who were glued together in high school often grow apart as life changes them. Vanities, written…

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DWI

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By Amy Estrada/reporter Red and blue lights from four different North Richland Hills police cars flashed on the side of Airport Freeway June…

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NE students head outdoors to celebrate diversity

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NE Campus’ annual International Festival and Spring Fest celebrated cultural awareness and the TCC community under a sun-filled sky April…

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Names & Events

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Now-May 3 Current South Campus students can apply for a $500 Women’s History Month scholarship for summer school. For more information or an…

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NE student working to ‘succeed in an unfair world’

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/reporter NE Campus student Janjura Williams said after a trip to her doctor’s office in 2003, tests found atypical cells on…

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Students learning how to manage money? Priceless.

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By Dena Adi/sports editor TR students gathered April 6 to learn the importance of banking concepts, credit scoring and budgets. Chief deposit…

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NE debate duo finds success arguing in competition

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By Leah Bosworth/ne news editor NE students Brandon Wimmer and Sean Gilliland understand the importance of an unforgettable performance on and…

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Shift Happens with generation gap

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By Ashley Klatt/reporter Shift Happens, an April 4 symposium on NE Campus, focused on creating intergenerational connections between…

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Basketball champions find second home on court

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By Drew Williams/sports editor To them, the basketball court seems more like a home than a place to shoot hoops. Members of 4’s Up, South…

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McBride should remain McBride’s maid, not star

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor  In stark contrast to the closet full of push-up bras the film seemingly went through, Your Highness is probably…

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TCC Blotter

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April 9 A person reported having a purse stolen from the HPE building on NE Campus. No suspects have been found at this time. April 11 A minor…

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Wave rider’s story leaves viewers inspired, awed

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By Amy Estrada/reporter Soul Surfer, based on the true story of professional surfer Bethany Hamilton and the shark attack that left her without…

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Architects to present residential design techniques on SE Campus

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As part of Architecture Month, the SE architectural technology program will sponsor a presentation by Bernbaum-Magadini Architects April 25. Arnie…

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SE Campus adds twist to biblical story of Joseph

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor  SE Campus theater students will perform Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat April…

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Hanna beautiful, beastly

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By frankie farrar-helm/entertainment editor Don’t let her gentle name deceive you. Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) is a cold-blooded killer, and all she…

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Sidewalk art competition offers scholarship money for students

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SE Campus is getting ready to chalk it up during its fourth annual sidewalk chalk art competition Chalk About It 9 a.m.-4 p.m. April 28 on the front…

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CD Review

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor A band that has fought through hell to stay together, Crossfade has finally merged again to record an…

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Stadium workers take NFL lockout in stride

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor Since owners and players still haven’t agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement, the National…

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Counselor will speak on treatment options for depression, anxiety

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NE Campus will host New Insights in Psychotherapy 11 a.m.-2 p.m. April 25 in the NSTU Center Corner sponsored by NE continuing education, student…

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IMAX documentary examines crazy weather conditions with giant tank

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By Drew Williams/sports editor It weighs 14,000 pounds, and its bumper sticker reads “I brake for wind.” It is the second of the TIVs, or…

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TR All-Star students discuss ills of racism

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By Haneen Khatib/reporter TR All-Star Student Leadership Association class members met recently to discuss racism. Ariana D. Rodriguez was one…

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NW hosts annual benefit dodgeball tourney

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By Drew Williams/sports editor The NW Campus Cornerstone program hosted its first annual benefit dodgeball tournament April 15, raising money…

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Entertainment Calendar

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DANCE April 26 The NW dance program will present So You Think You Can Dance. Students, faculty and staff are invited to show off their dance…

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Architects tell SE students about need for passion in work

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By Berenice Alcala/reporter Passion for architecture is what it takes to succeed, speakers told SE students April 13. Richard Hunt, Chris Hill…

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TCC scores low in recycling

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By Marley Malenfant/feature editor Apparently TCC didn’t stack enough paper, plastic and aluminum. TCC recently participated in RecycleMania,…

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History professor uses Civil War sites to teach

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor The Civil War began 150 years ago last week at Fort Sumter, S.C. NE professor John Perkins teaches…

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Students on South gear up for finals

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Getting Ready for Finals: How to Beat Finals Week April 27 on South Campus will help students tackle their finals exams. Chris Carcerano, center…

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MISCELLANEOUS

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Students abuse popular stimulant to focus

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor Busy students frequently consume products that help them keep their edge in school. Some drink coffee…

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TCC boss earns more than other colleagues

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief At $365,000 a year, Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley is the highest-paid community college employee in the state…

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Be cautious with state reserve

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If there was ever a rainy day in the economy, this is it. The Texas House of Representatives voted to dip into the state’s Rainy Day Fund two…

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Students feel the love on NW

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter The annual Love Conference hosted by NW Campus will be 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m. April 28. The event will offer workshops…

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NW Campus park to open with sculptures, truck pizza

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor NW Campus is celebrating its new outdoor art gallery, the NW Sculpture Park, and the show currently in the park…

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April flowers bring good mood, too

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Spring is here, and along with allergies, it brings flowers. What is your favorite flower? What makes that flower so special? Did you know the…

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South group relaxes with laughs

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By Ashley Gomez/reporter South students learned the benefits of laughter April 6. South health services coordinator Flo Stanton gave an…

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4 teams advance in SE intramural soccer playoffs

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By Dena Adi/sports editor Tempers flared as competition grew tough in the first week of SE Campus intramural soccer playoffs April…

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Parents enable kids’ picky eating

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It bemuses me each time I hear a parent use this statement to describe a child’s eating habits: “My kid won’t touch anything green.” This…

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Homeless program gets praise

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TCC has always been a college open to anyone from any walk of life with the desire to learn. Even those who are homeless can receive a quality…

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