November 14, 2012

I am thankful for …

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In celebration of Thanksgiving Day, students districtwide were asked to finish the following…

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NE Instructor says leadership learned through responsibility

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Z. Poe Doyle/ reporter Getting a promotion may bring authority, a NE Campus audience was told Oct. 25, but it doesn’t always result in…

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Students learn to use technology for school

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By Stephanie Homeyer/reporter In Take Back Your Technology Nov. 6, TR students learned to use technology instead of being consumed by…

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SE Monday lunches draw crowds

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor Mondays around noon, a lunch line snakes down the hallway and into the Red Room on SE Campus. Whether…

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Tool can streamline registration process

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By Shirlett Warren/editor-in-chief The college has now made a time-saving online tool available to help students plan their classes around their…

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Being thankful extends beyond holiday

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A time for thanks is upon us, and students should take this opportunity to reflect and be thankful for the family and friends who surround…

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Distance instructors don’t need to be distant

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When it comes to distance learning instructors, there are the good, the bad and the lazy. The good news is most distance learning instructors are…

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Wireless communicating lacks personal touch

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Cell phones have an amazing power to build and obliterate relationships. If there’s one thing learned from my first semester on TR Campus, it’s…

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Names & events

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Now-Nov. 20 NE Campus students can apply for a distinguished student scholarship of $416 to be used for tuition and books for spring 2013. Students…

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News Briefs

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SE health seminar to discuss lifestyles, alternative options Aiming to educate, inform and help students and visitors explore non-medicinal…

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Local corporation donates jet to NW aviation students

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor Instead of upgrading the operations of its Lear 24D jet, Air Center Helicopter decided instead to donate it to…

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NW workshop will discuss self-identity and tips for achieving dreams

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor An event designed to help students learn skills needed to make their dreams come true will be Nov. 26 on NW…

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Math lab provides tools to succeed, SE students say

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By Joseph Ford/reporter The SE Campus math resource center, or lab, had about 17,700 visitors the first nine weeks of the fall semester. This…

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Seminar examines Indian women’s roles

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By Shu Patel/reporter Women are still not respected in many areas of India, students learned last week. South and NE campuses hosted India…

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Faculty members address Native American heritage

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor This semester, SE history instructor Kallie Kosc began teaching a class from a Native American…

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American Indian group offers support

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor Assistant professor of reading and writing Michael Wright, a Pamunkey/Chowanoke Indian, recently began the Native…

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American Indian Heritage Month

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor Nov. 14 Emmett Brown, an elder with the Sac and Fox tribe, will present teepee setup demonstrations at 10 a.m. and…

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Country/punk infusion leaves Upon Leaving unsatisfying

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor A bit of Texas country and American punk form the foundation for J. Charles and the Trainrobbers’ first…

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Dark humor benefits viewers in upcoming NE play

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor Killing cats, revenge plots and murder — topics that normally wouldn’t draw too many laughs from a crowd —…

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South showcases piano duet in Nov. 29 concert

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A collaboration of two pianos in the Sound of Celebration will be performed Nov. 29 on South Campus. The concert will be performed by music…

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NW holiday choir concert features variety of genres

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The NW music department will present a student fall choir concert Nov. 29. With a Christmas theme, the concert will combine a sample of songs from…

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Skyfall great, may still disappoint

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor Skyfall is, at once, a transitional film for the James Bond series, an in-depth examination of…

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Classic Christmas radio play lands on SE Campus

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By Kelli Londono/entertainment editor SE Campus’ C.A. Roberson Theatre presents It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, the last show of…

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Disney’s CGI formula might be Wrecked

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor Seventeen years after Toy Story, is it possible the feel-good CGI kids movie is finally getting…

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Strange culture blend makes Iron Fists dull

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor RZA of the defunct Wu-Tang Clan has finally gotten his movie into theaters, but it wasn’t worth the…

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South intramurals gear for spring

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By Valerie Edwards/reporter Intramural sports are in full swing on South Campus, and planning for the spring semester has already…

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Sports Calendar

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Nov. 15 Students, faculty and staff can compete for prizes at the Inter-Campus Coed Volleyball Competition at 2 p.m. in the NE Campus gym. No…

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South Gobble Wobble expected to attract hundreds for charity

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Upwards of 250 students, faculty, staff and community members are expected to put a little wobble in their weekend Nov. 17 at the annual South Campus…

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Big, bad NE Martial Arts Club packs plenty of punchBy Diamond Mitchem reporter

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By Diamond Mitchem/reporter The NE Martial Arts Club kicks fun up a notch incorporating various fighting styles in a friendly…

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Sweet spots to hang out on campus

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By Mario Montalvo/multimedia editor Traditionally, students have congregated in places like the library or the cafeteria, but TCC campuses…

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Monster dance-a-thon raises money for good cause

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By Taylor Jensen/NW news editor The Monster Mash dance-a-thon raised close to $300 with the help of TCC students and alumni who weren’t…

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SE students learn skills though writing about heritage

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Chan Mon/ reporter SE Campus students were shown Oct. 30 how to use their heritage to get a start toward writing for whatever profession they may…

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South Campus job fair connects students, potential employers

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Rhiannon Saegert/reporter Job seekers and job providers gathered in the South Campus Student Center Nov. 5, hoping to connect with one another…

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Seminar teaches TR students stress, time management

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Elyssa Whaley/ reporter Students swimming in a sea of deadlines and work that has to be done ASAP and not having enough space or time to get it…

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Smartphone ‘addiction’ rises

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By Javine Toms/reporter With one palm-sized device, students can do almost anything. They can read books, get driving directions to the nearest…

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Men from different eras share war stories

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By Anderson Colemon/reporter World War II and Afghanistan veterans shared their experiences during a Veterans Day celebration Nov. 6 on NE…

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NE Cisco technology team members each place in competition

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor For the second year in a row, NE Campus had the only team to place all five of its contestants in the top 10 of…

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Entertainment Calandar

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DANCE Nov. 14-15 The NW Creative Voice Symposium will present Modern Dance Technique with the BODYART Dance Company 2-3:20 p.m. Nov. 14 and with…

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Entertainment Calendar

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Art Now-Sept. 29 Tore Terrasi: Experiments in Typography is on display in the Lakeview Gallery on NW Campus (WFAB 1135A). Terrasi, art assistant…

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Music faculty promotes love of jazz style with fall concert

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor As he does every semester, NW music instructor Richard Powell has put together a group of faculty to play…

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Scary divorce film possessed of little

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor Anyone who likes panning shots toward dark doorways (or window frames or demonically contorted people)…

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Art exhibit explores Holocaust memories

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By Carrie Duke/reporter South Campus’ Carillon Gallery is the first stop for artist Michael Roque Collins’ art series Sojourn in the…

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Biologists travel globe to study spit, bacteria

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By Alma Sosa/reporter People traveling to foreign countries often bring back souvenirs, but two biologists told NE students they bring back Komodo…

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Early voting numbers on TCC campuses drop by 40 percent from 2008

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor With national voter turnout dropping from 2008 to 2012, early voting sites on TCC lost a larger…

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