Honors graduate hurdles homelessness

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By Karen Gavis/editor-in-chief A section of the Tarrant County Jail’s window pane covering had been scratched off. Patrick Johnson…

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Has the American Dream gone digital?

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The American Dream has transformed into something bigger than a picket fence. Fifty years ago, the American Dream was a perfect family package…

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TCC, Hurst spar in NE fire probe

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By Karen Gavis/editor-in-chief Little progress has been made in determining the cause of the fire that destroyed the TV studio and damaged…

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Top-rated music youth invited to NE to perform in piano Honors Recital

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The NE Sonata Club will host a duet piano recital Feb. 26 including 15-20 duet teams who earned top ratings in the Sonata Club Duet Piano…

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Names & Events

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Feb. 20 The SE advising and counseling office will present the health and wellness workshop I’ve Got the Power! Simple Stress Relief Using…

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Celebrating Strides to teach, inspire

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The African-American Heritage Celebrating Strides will conclude Black History Month events for TCC Feb. 27 in the Action Suite (TRTR 4202) on TR…

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SE library to hold PowerPoint class

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Public service librarian Vidya Krishnaswamy will conduct a training class on PowerPoint at 2 p.m. Feb. 27 in the SE library. “This class will…

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Trustee, writer talks about Arlington history

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Mineral crystals, underground gambling and World Series baseball help describe Arlington’s history. TCC board member and author O.K. Carter…

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Second round in competition offers scholarships to students

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By Kenney Kost/managing editor Students can compete for more than $215,000 in scholarships and cash prizes in round two of the Jim Bolen Math…

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SE student wins scholarship in national competition

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor Procrastinating is something many students know about. That’s exactly what “The Flourishing Artist” did,…

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Trip to New York City will give NE, NW dance students slice of Big Apple

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A trip to the Big Apple Feb. 27-March 2 is in store for select NE and NW dance students. Dance faculty chose NW students for the trip from the…

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A Good Day to Die Hard just plain hard to watch

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By Taylor Jensen/entertainment editor Warning: Approximately 500 cars were harmed in the making of this movie. A Good Day to Die Hard, the…

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TCC certifies Cornerstone program on all campuses

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By Kenney Kost/managing editor The Cornerstone honors program, which has been dormant on some campuses, is now a certified degree program and…

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NE play offers romantic spontaneity, comedic appeal

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By Elyssa Whaley/ne news editor Swimsuits and Shakespeare will make for an interesting mix on the set of Love’s Labour’s Lost portrayed as…

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Black History Month 2013

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Now-Feb. 28 The NE library has two exhibits currently on display. Greeting visitors in the lobby is I, Too, Sing America, a collection of dolls and a…

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Hurricane Katrina survivor gets new lease on life at TCC

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By Anderson Colemon/south news editor Rebuilding his life was the objective in Ashton Myles’ mind after Hurricane Katrina robbed him of some…

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Recovery long, but possible after addiction

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By Cody Daniels/reporter I can remember the exact time when I realized I was losing control. I had gone about eight hours without using any…

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NE exhibits honor heritage, history

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By Taylor Jensen/entertainment editor An exhibit illustrating the history of a community founded by freed slaves dating back to the late 1860s…

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President’s top priority stems from will to learn

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By Anderson Colemon/south news editor From a young age, Peter Jordan knew he wanted to strive for greatness. That drive led to his current…

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NE gym to hold pingpong tourney as part of bi-weekly set of tournaments

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NE Campus will hold a free pingpong tournament 1-2 p.m. Feb. 22 in the NHPE gym. Kim Kerby-Dickman, a longtime NE kickboxing instructor, said she…

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NE counselor to talk on relationships

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By Natalie Carter/reporter NE students can learn about their interactions with others in Relationships 101 on Feb. 26. NE counselor Anita…

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For TCC students, inspiration comes in form of loved ones

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By Anderson Colemon/south news editor Inspiration can come in a lot of shapes and forms, but for the African-American community of TCC, the…

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South show offers job fashion advice

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Students looking for a new and improved way to dress inside and out of the classroom can attend the Brand U Fashion Wear seminar next week on South…

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Rail car donated to NW by railroad company for hazardous material training of volunteers

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By Rhiannon Saegert/nw news editor Burlington Northern Santa Fe donated a rail car to NW’s fire service training center, bringing the campus…

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Friends, family, laughter work wonders against heart disease

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By Emina Gibic/reporter Eating healthy, exercising and managing stress are ways students can show their heart some love, a NW audience learned Feb…

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Entertainment Calendar

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ART Now-Feb. 28 The Photography Faculty and Staff Biennial Exhibit is on display 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday in College Hall (NCAB 1111) on NE…

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NE seminar talks time management

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Constructing an organized plan of how to use time more wisely and understanding how to get there are essential to any student, and students can find…

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Districtwide concert showcases famous poet

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By Kirsten Mahon/tr news editor A jazz poetry performance featuring a multimedia concert will be showcased throughout TCC at the end of the…

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Dodgeball competition to raise funds for NW, elementary school gardens

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Students and staff can compete in a dodgeball tournament Feb. 28 on NW Campus. The tournament is a Cornerstone honors program community…

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Food truck caters healthy choices

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By Alice Hale/reporter Medical problems and the need for healthier eating habits prompted two local women to start their own mobile…

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Bullying behavior carries over into adulthood

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By Elaine Bonilla/se news editor Counting down the days until the school year ends is typically what a bully’s victim does. But does bullying…

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