Sports Calendar

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Jan. 28 The sign-up deadline for South Campus’ coed indoor soccer league. The league will run Feb. 7-28. Feb. 7 NW will start its volleyball…

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Pets worth tears, not lawsuits

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A Fort Worth family’s lawsuit is trying to break new ground. After a mistake at the shelter led to their dog being put to sleep, the family is…

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Mockery excessive of others’ religion

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Do you “Tebow”? That is, do you get down on one knee and bow your head in thanks as an open expression of your faith? Think about it. You get…

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Bills show need to get involved

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By now, almost everyone has heard about the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect Intellectual Property Act. These bills would have forever changed…

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Stress symptoms require attention

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One afternoon, I was sitting in a local nail shop when another patron and I started a conversation about stress and its effects on the human body.…

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Names & Events

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NE music students Ashley Ghent, Sam Jones and Kayla Scales-Evert each earned $500 scholarships from the Sonata Club, a local organization comprised…

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Summer trip earns students 8 credits in science, PE

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By ERIC Marchan and Gary collins Students drawn to a classroom surrounded by wilderness will have such an opportunity this summer when NE Campus…

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Runner gives advice on health, rest, diet

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By Andrew Smith/reporter Dedication and perseverance, along with the proper pair of shoes, has kept Luke’s Locker manager Ed Swiatocha running…

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NW students study in Costa Rica

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By Victoria Barry/reporter TCC students can gain college credit studying Spanish in Costa Rica this summer. The program, coordinated by NW…

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Black History Month Calendar

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Feb. 1 South Campus students will kick off Black History Month with a Poetry Slam, open to students, faculty and staff. The event is noon-2 p.m. in…

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Leaking issues fixed over break

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Over winter break, workers repaired leaks in a South Campus cooling tower. Director of system…

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Information on SE groups offered at expo

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Student organizations sought to increase awareness and participation through the Club Expo Jan. 26 on SE…

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NW instructor guides seniors into yoga

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor Yoga isn’t just for everybody. It’s for every body, said yoga instructor and coordinator of the NW Campus…

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Entertainment Calendar

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MUSIC Feb. 1 Sammons Center for the Arts in Dallas will present ORGAN-ized, the first of the Sammons’ jazz spring series. Bobby Sparks Quartet…

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TCC Police Blotter

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Jan. 20 A student reported having a cell phone stolen from the locker room on South Campus. Jan. 20 A staff member on SE Campus reported items…

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Project will bring awareness to eating disorders

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NW health services in conjunction with The Elisa Project will present Eating Disorders Feb. 2. The Elisa Project is a community-based nonprofit…

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Inexperienced students can receive advice

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Young adults who are fresh out of high school and clueless on where to go in life or who are hitting the “not enough experience” wall on job…

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NE students crowd top 10 in Cisco test

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor Five NE Cisco Networking Academy students placed in the top 10 of the Cisco Netriders regional competition…

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Breaking geology down in class

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor The majority of students who take Earth Science are not science majors, but that doesn’t stop Josh Fairbanks…

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SE welcomes Year of Dragon with campus festival

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor SE Campus welcomed the year of the dragon with a Lunar New Year celebration Jan. 23 with food, games and an origami…

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9/11 movie extremely selfish, incredibly unworthy of Oscars

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor When the towers collapsed on Sept. 11, a young boy who lost his father in the attack spun wildly, not knowing what…

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New Underworld movie pits heroine against audience, CGI

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor How many more dead franchises will rise to profit from 3-D? Underworld: Awakening starts by going over…

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NBC expands musicals with smashing new series

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor SMASH is not only a smash but a fun, inviting show that will keep viewers coming back for more. NBC’s…

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Latest motion claims staff immune in suit

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor TCC attorneys representing two NE Campus faculty members being sued for sexual discrimination have made a motion…

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Police kick wedding party off TREC

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Rosie Martinez and her new husband Sgt. Phillip Martinez, who was about to deploy to Afghanistan, hoped to…

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Instructor’s classroom ‘hostile,’ district report finds

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Former adjunct Paul Derengowski created a hostile learning environment for two Muslim students, a TCC…

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Volleyball tournament on NW takes place Feb. 7

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NW Campus’ biannual volleyball tournament will start Feb. 7. NW intramural coordinator Ryan Stewart said the number of teams will determine how…

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Free throw competition won by basketball novice with near-perfect finish

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Cameron Armstrong wouldn’t have been expected to win NE Campus’ free throw contest, given his basketball background. “I’ve never really…

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NE volleyball club open to everyone on campus

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By Eric Poe/sports editor NE Volleyball Club leader Neal Dao is on a mission.“My objective: Make the student love volleyball,” he said. Dao,…

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Graphic Mutations

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Having lived in Spain her whole life and visited the U.S. only once before in 2010, artist Carla Nicolás…

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