South Campus counselor raises suicide awareness

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By Justin Gladney/reporter One-half of students consider suicide at some point in their college careers, a South Campus audience was told March…

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Unusual music for NE April Fool’s Day

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Appropriately enough for April Fool’s Day, an Afternoon of Unusual Music will be held April 1 on NE Campus. The concert will be at 3 p.m. in the…

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Graduation deadline approaches

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Students who hope to graduate need to apply quickly to take part in the college’s commencement ceremony. The deadline is April 1. To apply to…

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Depression common on all campuses

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By Cody Daniels/reporter Students should know two things about Anxiety and Depression, a TCC counselor said March 21. Forty-five percent of…

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Literature workshop to take place on NE

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Literature will be alive and well on NE Campus March 28-29. Living Literature Spring 2012 will feature a program by Alberto Rios, Regents…

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NE students can earn credit visiting Paris this summer

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor The NE history and philosophy departments are offering students an opportunity to earn six credit hours of…

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Tuberculosis case leads to testing, questions on SE

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By Karen Gavis and Bethany Peterson Students and faculty on SE Campus were upset that the college waited days before notifying them that a former…

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Pulitzer-winning author promotes book on Lincoln

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By Kenney Kost/reporter Contrary to popular belief, Abraham Lincoln was not an abolitionist, a SE Campus audience was told March 1. “Over the…

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SE Reading Festival stresses importance of books

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By Amanda Marshall/reporter Open a Door to History came to life March 24 during the SE Reading Festival with an assortment of books about U.S.…

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Students can receive tips to manage time

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Students struggling with deadlines, tracking grades and chasing that 4.0 might do well to make time for the Time Management seminar April 3 on South…

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Students districtwide submitted various genres of art to be judged, awarded

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The winners of TCC’s districtwide art contest have been named, and their pieces are now on display…

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The Hunger Games cast talks about plot, stardom

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter In a recent press conference in Dallas, three cast members of the new movie The Hunger Games, based on the popular book…

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NE seminar focuses on managing stress

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Information on how to maintain healthy relationships amid the stress of college life will be available April 4 on NE Campus. Counselor Masika…

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Don’t vote for best sales pitch

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By Bethany Peterson/editor in chief It’s that time again. Politicians across the country come to us begging shamelessly for our vote by…

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Teens fight for their lives in new film

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Tickets sell out, teenage girls scream and theaters pump out collector cups. No, it is not Harry…

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Debate team on NE headed to nationals

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Five members of the NE Campus speech and debate team brought home awards from the Phi Rho Pi regional tournament in Tyler, Texas, March 7-9. Alex…

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NW show will highlight mix of dance types

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The NW dance and touring companies will perform Momentum: Raising the Barre 7:30-9:30 p.m. April 13-14 at…

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TCC smoking bans don’t stop students

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By Cody Daniels/reporter More than 15 billion cigarettes are sold daily worldwide. A third of all college students between 18 and 24 frequently…

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Gaining husband cost citizenship for women in early 20th century

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By Sam Brouse/reporter An archivist told NE students March 21 how marriage cost women their citizenship in the early 1900s. Meg Hacker, a…

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NE club hosts retreat for busy students to reconnect to full life

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By Melissa Smith/reporter Students at TCC are rarely just students. Sometimes they are employees, spouses, volunteer and/or parents. They are also…

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NE festival highlights worldwide cultures

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By Mario Montalvo/nw news editor Students are invited to enjoy three days of music, dancing, food and fun at the NE Campus International Festival…

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Texas’ official poet laureate to teach classes, speak on SE

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Literature lovers can visit with the official Texas poet laureate April 5 on SE Campus. Jan Seale, who has…

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For student moms, balance important

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By Elaine Bonilla/south news editor Simply attending class and working on homework would be an ideal day. Instead, my responsibilities consist of…

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TR Campus’ online magazine shows off works from students

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By Ashley Johnson/tr news editor TR Campus’ online magazine TCC Writes is giving students an outlet to inspire others and express…

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Board OKs digital signs, converting extra TR space

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief Nothing passed the board of trustees without discussion at the March 8 meeting. In the end, the board…

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Speaker debunks HPV vaccine myths

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By Hayley Morrison/reporter Many parents believe the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is not safe for their children, but a speaker told a NE…

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NW student stays positive in face of life challenges

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter There is a look of determination in Kaitee Albin’s eyes. It’s lunchtime, and Albin is violently playing Ms.…

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Spoof hits theaters with uncommon style, jokes

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Only Will Ferrell could pull off a Hollywood-made Spanish-speaking comedy well. Casa de mi Padre is a…

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Faculty vote on objection to common course textbooks

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor The Joint Consultation Committee representing district faculty has drawn up a resolution condemning the potential…

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Will Ferrell’s out-there humor explodes in new film

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor As Will Ferrell sat down at the table, an awkward silence came over the room as the group of…

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Film depicts struggles of American mothers

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By Heba Said/reporter In 60 minutes March 9, The Motherhood Manifesto showed South students the hardships mothers in America face…

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Hill, Tatum keep laughs going in successful remake of ’80s show 21 Jump Street

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor 21 Jump Street may seem like a run-of-the-mill Hollywood reboot of an antiquated 1980s TV show, but it delivers…

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Monitor media, but don’t stalk

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For the longest time, college students were told to set their privacy settings so they could be themselves on Facebook and Twitter and not have it…

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Local anchor recounts success, struggles to South audience

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By Cody Daniels/reporter Tears filled the eyes of many who attended the Women’s History Month luncheon March 1 on South Campus. That was just…

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A short time ago, on a campus very, very close…

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By Mario Montalvo / ne news editor A new club on NE Campus enables Star Wars fans to re-enact scenes from their favorite episodes of the…

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Big desire to lose weight gave Biggest Loser contestant drive

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By Yocelin Hernandez/reporter The number one New Year’s resolution made is “to get fit and lose weight,” but the question is what…

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SE students’ band creates magical music together

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor A well-dressed instrumental group mixed it up while performing at a spring concert March 6 in the SE Campus…

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Author tells stories of women in Texas history

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By Claudia Caramantin/reporter A Texas native storyteller, writing teacher, author and journalist said her inspiration for writing about Texas…

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SE soccer, which begins March 31, will be fun, popular, director says

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By Eric Poe/sports editor For enthusiasts of the most popular sport on Earth, SE Campus’ soccer league will kick off at 9 a.m. Saturday, March…

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NE student government makes plans

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By Andrew Smith/reporter A motion to switch from cardboard recycling holders found in many classrooms to industrial-sized blue bins passed without…

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NW students learn self-esteem, positive thinking techniques

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By Heba Said/reporter Lily Calzada, NW special services coordinator, opened with a drumroll and then moved into her discussion of Self-Love and…

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NE basketball league championship settled on final game day

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By Eric Poe/sports editor After a taxing season, Team One was crowned NE basketball champion March 9. Team One defeated Team Five in what…

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Speaker shares personal story to help others

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By Miranda Workman/reporter Overcoming roadblocks can not only get people where they want to go, a South Campus audience was told March 19, but it…

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Alpacas inspire clothing line

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor An offhand remark about alpacas has resulted in a SE Campus teacher becoming a high-fashion clothier. Desix…

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SE basketball tourney decided by We Eatt’s surge

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Intramural basketball team We Eatt won the SE 3-on-3 basketball tournament March 24, defeating Unstoppable 20-16…

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Adjuncts discuss their unique successes, challenges

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Budgets can be tough, and college budgets are no exception. In an effort to maintain balance, many teaching…

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