November 28, 2012

Program rightly addresses inequalities

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From the U.S.’ foundation when slavery was a hot debate to the 1960s when African-Americans fought for the equal opportunity they were supposed to…

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Fall 2012 Exam Schedule

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Final examination periods will be a maximum of one hour and fifty minutes, and examinations will be conducted in the rooms where classes regularly…

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Science major instituted to balance workloads

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Shu Patel/ reporter Choosing the right career path and degree plan in college is one of the most important decisions a student will make, South…

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Army officer advices students to find their purpose

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Terrance Gilbert/Reporter U.S. Army Capt. Angel Garcia delivered the keynote address Nov. 16 for the second of four Leadership eXperience Summits…

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Students back teacher in spite of allegations

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By Shirlett Warren/editor-in-chief A group of nearly 30 SE students met with campus president William Coppola Nov. 20 to show support for a…

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Lincoln talks, audience falls asleep in new Spielberg history feature

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor Abraham Lincoln, as with all historical figures, was held as a giant among men even before history…

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District diversity survey rewards participation with incentives

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor As part of a districtwide diversity initiative, TCC students and employees were sent surveys via myTCC Nov. 27. And…

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NW senior club holds districtwide photo contest

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor One of the largest clubs on NW Campus offers photography fun for seniors and sponsors a districtwide…

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Women learn ways to speak assertively

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By Javine Toms/reporter The importance of balance, listening, assertive communication and protection were on the agenda for the WINR Network…

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Faculty advising to boost student success

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By KennEy KosT and Mario Montalvo TCC has implemented faculty advising districtwide with student success as its top priority. The first-year…

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TR students voice concern for lack of parking

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor TR students have expressed their frustration with campus parking because they have been turned away during the…

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Names & Events

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Nov. 28 Confidential HIV and syphilis testing will be 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in WCTS 1124B on NW Campus. Tests are offered by AIDS Outreach, and results will…

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Students learn needs vs. wants

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By Shameaka Jones/reporter NE Campus students on Nov. 8 got a clear definition of financial literacy — it’s what one needs vs. what one…

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4-year schools visit NE Campus

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By Elyssa Whaley/reporter Many students start higher education at a community college because of convenience and cost. The journey then often…

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Ex-paratrooper shares life-changing first jump story

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By Anderson Coleman/reporter A TCC student who jump-started his life shared his military experiences with a SE Campus audience Nov.…

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Toddlers learn valuable lessons in new NE park

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor Normally, a group of toddlers watching a playground being torn down at their day care center would evoke sadness…

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NE creates Cisco lab that sets standard, executive says

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor With enrollment doubling over the last five years and being pushed beyond capacity in a cramped lab in the…

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Ménage does not live up to comparisons of indie rock­ ­— instead offers emo-gloom

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By Kenney Kost/ne news editor The Ferreiras trio, Ménage, prefers style to substance. The problem is the style just isn’t that…

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Realistic fairy tale with modern twist comes to NW

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By Kelli Londono/entertainment editor Theatre Northwest presents the romantic tragedy Dark of the Moon, which depicts a modern rendition of a…

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Breaking Dawn awful — who really expected it not to be?

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By Joshua Knopp/special assignments editor The Twilight Saga, the critically dispensed-with series that is in the media more for the stupidity…

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SE exhibit uses light manipulation as art expression

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By Kelli Londono/entertainment editor Two local artists have joined for SE Campus’ art installation Falloff in the Art Corridor II…

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NW art exhibit highlights multi-dimensional works

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By Taylor Jensen/nw news editor Loose Knit by artists Chris Leonard, Kirk Mangus, Billy Ritter and Jeremy Schmidt includes ceramics, paintings…

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Participants brave cold for South Gobble Wobble

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By Anderson Coleman/reporter Even an early morning chill could not deter Gobble Wobble participants as they completed the annual 5K run and…

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Dogs walk owners for cancer research

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Pet owners took a bite out of cancer at the first Bark For Life ofNorthern Tarrant County. Twenty-one dog owners and 11 teams of volunteers…

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Entertainment Calendar

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MUSIC Nov. 29 The NW choir performs a fall concert directed by music instructor Patricia Bedford. The group will perform choral literature of all…

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NE students learn about Choctaw tribal history with baskets, art, demonstrations

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By Jonathen Kahan/reporter In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Anthony Thompson educated NE students Nov. 14 on the history of the…

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NE professor shines spotlight on Native American stereotype

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By Rhiannon Saegert/reporter Lisa Uhlir, NE government professor and Ojibwa Indian, shared stories Nov. 9 on NE Campus about her grandmother, her…

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DL director takes college to court

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor A longtime TCC employee is suing the district because he thinks the college’s treatment of him compared to that…

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Passion, money compete when deciding major

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Students have quite a few factors contributing to their decision to pick a major. Society shows money gives us everything we could ever need, so…

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NE students party with the stars for extra credit

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Engelsen\NE Star Party A group of eight astronomy students gathered outside the NE Science Building Nov. 15 for a chance to view the stars from…

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Lack of teacher respect reveals immaturity

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Sometimes, the lack of respect given to TCC instructors by some of their students is amazing. When an instructor cannot teach and has to lock the…

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Family, honor, community esteemed in Native American culture

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Diamond Mitchem The granddaughter of a Comanche, a NE academic advisor shared with NE students Nov. 20 the stories he had told her of his…

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Gas Naturally

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By Karen Gavis/managing editor TCC’s natural gas wells have generated more than $8 million in revenue since 2005, and recent Tarrant County high…

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