February 22, 2012

Dallas artist brings spiritual, religious details to graphic art in his variation of storytelling

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Jurni Rising, an art exhibit, is the unfinished story of a girl, Jerusala, clutched from a tragic…

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SE edition of March Madness promises intensity

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By Eric Poe/sports editor SE Campus’ version of March Madness will begin March 3 with its annual basketball tournament. Intramural…

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Basketball league on NE tips off with first round of games played

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By Eric Poe/sports editor The NE basketball league started Feb. 17 and featured five teams, named Team One through Team Five. What they lacked…

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SE cast aims for dramatic comedy in God’s Favorite

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Lighthearted laughter does not usually accompany misery, but SE Campus drama students will create harmony between…

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NW brings quirky classroom, unruly kids to stage

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor NW Campus is reaching out to the community with Miss Nelson is Missing!, a play adaptation by Jeffrey Hatcher…

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Safe House full of action but lacks explosive impact

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Like a gigantic meteor that falls to pieces in the atmosphere, Safe House just doesn’t arrive with any…

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Lincoln historian to address SE group

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A Pulitzer Prize-winning author will be on SE Campus March 1 speaking about the book that brought nationwide acclaim. Eric Foner, history…

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TR program offering training in fast-growing medical career

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By Ashley Johnson/tr news editor Students searching for a career in the medical field might look into TR’s degree program in health information…

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Author shares secrets to getting 4.0 average

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The author of three student self-help books told a NE Campus audience Feb. 15 how to dominate college yet enjoy life. Cal Newport, speaking on How…

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Dropping too many classes can cause stress for students later on, 2 NW counselors say

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By Taylor Jensen/reporter The decision to drop a course can ultimately impact one’s academic future, a NW counselor said. D.E. Staats…

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TCC plans fraud hotline, OKs $3 million for improvements

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief A plan to implement a financial fraud tip hotline was discussed at the TCC trustee meeting Feb. 16. The…

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South club shoots videos for prize

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The South Campus Film Club has submitted two group videos to the third annual Neuro Film Festival contest. The videos are stories of TCC student…

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Hospital coordinator tells South students about diabetes management, monitoring

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By Cody Daniels/reporter Two of the most important things to know about diabetes are proper management of the disease and the importance of…

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TG seminar explains school’s hidden costs

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A financial educator from TG Financial Literacy told students about the hidden costs they can face when attending a four-year university and ways to…

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District administrator talks investments

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By Claudia Caramantin/reporter District business services director Kathy Crusto-Way, who has both industry and teaching experience, discussed ways…

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Videos show motivations for achievement

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor Several TCC students competed for scholarships and prizes in the Dream Big for College video competition…

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Redistricting quarrel must stop

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By Bethany Peterson/editor-in-chief While the rest of the country is voting in primaries and moving forward in the elections, Texas is stuck…

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Letter to the Editor

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“New deadlines, meningitis law lower TCC enrollment” I was extremely disappointed with the sensationalism of this title to our Collegian…

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Knowing road rules keeps others safe

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor It says a lot about someone who can keep calm and collected in rush-hour traffic. Unfortunately, I…

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Addiction harms everyone involved

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By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Street and prescription drug abuse has been a major problem in the U.S. and abroad for many years. It…

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Libraries experience evolution

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Modern libraries have no place for antiquities such as card catalog files and typewriters. But will books soon give way to progress as well?…

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SE reveals memorial wall recognizing campus veterans

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor The unveiling of the Veterans Wall of Honor Feb. 2 brought recognition to veterans on SE Campus and attracted…

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E-books considered to lower student costs

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor TCC, in an attempt to lower textbook costs, is beginning to move toward the widespread use of digital textbooks in…

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NE’s Richard III portrays deep emotions, modern dilemmas

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor The Northeast Playhouse production of William Shakespeare’s Richard III is not the average…

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Documentary shows Pina’s life with vivid dancing

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Pina in 3-D is a flurry of rapid eye movements and a kaleidoscope of colors and sounds. This…

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WFAA reporter to speak at luncheon

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An award-winning African-American journalist will give her perspective on Women’s History Month March 1 on South Campus. Shon Gables,…

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Use loans wisely, specialist says

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By Melissa Smith/reporter At the Love Your Money “Financial Aid 101” seminar Valentine’s Day, much discussion centered on a certain…

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Inaugural matches for NW basketball league start March 6

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By Eric Poe/sport editor The NW basketball league will start at 3:30 p.m. March 6, but with the number of teams yet to be decided, the format is…

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Movie about teachers to be discussed during free breakfast on South Campus

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A community screening of American Teacher will be shown 10 a.m.-noon Feb. 25 in the South Campus recital hall (SREC 1112). Admission is free, and…

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Program to conclude with risks, summary

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A four-part series, Diabetes Empowerment Education Program, will conclude on South Campus with seminars Feb. 22 and Feb. 29. Both programs,…

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Quilts, pictures, dolls displayed on NE

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Self-taught quilter, painter and dollmaker Sybil Reddick will display her work in Our Grandmother’s Hands: The Folk Art of African-American Artists…

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Student on NW sheds 72 pounds in less than a year

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor Meike Scharf is much happier since losing 72 pounds. In less than a year, the NW student went from a size…

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Tweets will fly from students at convention

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By Kenney Kost/reporter Seven TCC students will tweet the dream at a national conference starting Feb. 26. The students have been chosen to…

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NE Playhouse goes for community involvement, reaches out to dual-credit students with program

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By Alex Muhindura/reporter The NE Playhouse will reach out to the local community this spring as it does every year. One outreach program…

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Author speaks about stability over long run

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By Melissa Smith/reporter SE students, faculty and administrators received a wallet-friendly free lunch during a presentation by Ornella Grosz at…

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TR veterans to get tips to ease into civilian life

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By Ashley Johnson/tr news editor TR Campus veterans will receive information about how to make their transition back to civilian life easier at…

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This Means War becomes more music video than feature film

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor A girl (Reese Witherspoon) has two pretty boys (Chris Pine, Tom Hardy), who happen to be superheroes, fall in…

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Racing pioneer talks inspiration

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By Amanda Marshall/reporter Many people have someone in their lives who inspires them to be the best they can be. For Willy T. Ribbs, it was…

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