Opinion-Gunmen show training need

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On April 20, 1999, 12 students and one teacher were killed along with 24 students who were injured in a school shooting that lasted 50 minutes at…

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TCC deserves women’s thanks

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This month should be used to discuss women who have taken risks and surpassed the norm to make history. It should also be used to highlight obstacles…

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Winnett pleads to misdemeanor

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By Edna Horton/managing editor The board of trustees secretary received a lesser charge after pleading guilty to stealing two skirts from a Fort…

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Crowning of chancellor made final

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief TCC officially named Interim Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley as the school’s first woman and African-American…

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Students’ art pays off in districtwide competition

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor The TCC district student art competition awarded six winners, eight merit awards and five honorable mentions…

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Names & Events

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March 31 NE Campus student activities and health services will sponsor Afternoon Tea 12:30-2 p.m. in NSTU Center Corner. Tarrant County Public Health…

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Three South teams win big as intramural playoffs start

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By Troy Bassett/reporter Single-elimination “March Madness” playoffs began March 25 on South Campus to determine which team would represent the…

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2 one-point games mark second round of SE intramurals

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter The second round of SE intramural basketball continued with wins for I Work and Blackout March 13. I Work…

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Collegian editor wins statewide journalism award

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Shelly Williams, editor-in-chief of The Collegian, was named the 2010 Journalist of the Year by the Texas…

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Blackout wins SE intramural tournament, heads to district

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Blackout advanced to the district basketball tournament during the SE Campus intramural finals March 27. Four…

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12 pioneers leave mark in women’s history

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Students take advantage of gyms

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By Diana Silva/reporter The enrollment in workout classes and use of the cardio and weight rooms on campus have increased, maybe because students…

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Intramurals continue on NE

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By Colt Langley/sports editor Basketball intramural games continued March 12 on NE with the Aztecs defeating the Untouchables 42-40 in the…

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Birdville to provide TCC scholarships for 2010 graduates

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By Edna Horton/managing editor The Birdville Independent School District and Tarrant County College have partnered to offer graduating seniors…

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Lack of teamwork, ego troubles cause South squads to struggle

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By Colt Langley/sports editor Competition tightened in the fifth round of intramural basketball games on South Campus March 9. In the first…

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Fort Worth mayor helps homeless

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By Frankie Farrar-helm/reporter Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief’s goal is to make homelessness a short-term, non-recurring issue in the city he…

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Controversial buzzer call hangs over South match

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By Troy Bassett/reporter The first basketball game on South Campus March 11 ended with a controversial overtime, and the other two with…

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NW to host volunteer, health fairs next month

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Students can get information on health and volunteer opportunities at the NW Community Volunteer/Health Fair 10…

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Team 5 in first, but other teams revving to fight

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By Colt Langley/sports editor With first place up for grabs in South Campus intramural basketball March 23, Team 3 did not play to its full…

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Research paper competition to take place on NE Campus

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor NE Campus Library will hold a research paper competition this April in honor of Dr. Van Parker, who died last…

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IMAX swims with Sharks

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Sharks move a bit slow on the Omni screen at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. But with a turtle…

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Violence deemed OK in PG movies

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Content in movies nowadays has become more explicit, and that has become more acceptable to the public. The Motion Picture Association of America…

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Wimpy Kid brings laughs for all

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By Edna Horton/managing editor One kid’s quest for popularity is the humorous plot of the movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Based on the series…

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NW teacher risks bodily harm to pay for school

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By Edna Horton/managing editor Falling off buildings or ladders and setting other people and himself on fire is how one English associate…

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SE Campus offers transfer services to aid students in admission process

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor  SE Campus has opened a transfer center for students to have more access to different universities. “The transfer…

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TCC trustees election draws larger number of candidates

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief TCC board of trustees candidates have more competition this year, compared with previous years, vice chancellor…

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CD Review: Battle of the Sexes Ludacris

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Ludacris sticks to his niche with female-friendly songs on his new album Battle of the Sexes. This is probably his…

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Community At A Glance

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March 31 NW Campus music faculty will showcase their talents in the Faculty Midday Recital at 12:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall (WFAB 1105). Faculty…

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CD Review: Plastic Beach Gorillaz

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By Colt Langley/sports editor With beach sounds of seagulls and crashing waves, the Gorillaz’ new album Plastic Beach takes the band into…

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Judge says no to TCC protest ban

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief U.S. District Judge Terry Means ruled that TCC violated the First Amendment rights of two students by…

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Road to marriage rocky but funny

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By Diana Silva/reporter  It could seem like Our Family Wedding has too much racism, but it’s actually trying to let viewers know that…

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Visual artist opens exhibit on TR Campus

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A new exhibit of thought-provoking visual art will open soon on Trinity River Campus. Self-Indulgences is a collection of paintings by artist…

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NW student conference to focus on love issues

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By Bethany Peterson/reporter Love will be in the air, at least the words in the air, at the second annual Love Conference: At the Heart of the…

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Repo Men! tale of morality too heavy-handed to enjoy

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By Joshua Knopp/reporter If Universal Studios is going to make a movie with this much controversy, couldn’t they at least make it…

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Women at disproportionately high risk for HIV, speaker says

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By Jessica Whitman/reporter Prevention is key when it comes to stopping the spread of HIV and AIDS among women, a women’s studies professor at…

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New movie’s 3-D effects fall flat, but actors are perfect

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By Angela Ortiz/reporter Three legends in storytelling influenced the latest re-creation of Alice in Wonderland. Walt Disney, Lewis Carroll…

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Women’s History Month calendar

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March 31 NE Campus hosts an afternoon tea on How to Get the Most Out of Your Health Care 12:30-1 p.m. in the Center Corner NSTU 1615A. RSVP is…

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$295 speeding lesson learned

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Red and blue flashes glared in my rearview mirror. Sirens echoed behind me. Ten to 20 minutes later, I was stuck with a $295 ticket for going 37 mph…

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Vinyl record shop has more to offer

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Between the smell of cigarette smoke and a library of vinyl records, indie record stores still seem to offer a lot more than iTunes. Buying music…

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Student artists may win money on South Campus

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By Megan Carradine/south news editor The South Campus Carillon Gallery presents the Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition 2010 April 15-29. All…

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NE students instruct classmates about skeletal problems, injuries

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By Barbie Farley/reporter Several NE radiology students finished their eight-week term before spring break by educating their fellow classmates on…

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Speaker uses spirituality for sexual abuse recovery

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By Frankie Farrar-helm/reporter Sallie Culbreth blamed God for the sexual abuse she experienced as a child. “I felt that God was an…

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Writer Sonia Sanchez speaks at Living Literature seminar

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By Ashley Bradley/ ne news editor Writer Sonia Sanchez has dedicated her life to teaching others about the importance of peace. During the…

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News briefs

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Gas from leaky tractor closes SE Campus   Fumes from a tractor leak, which caused fears of a natural gas leak, led to SE Campus…

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Speakers warn of binge drinking’s dangers

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By Lindsey Huddleston/reporter About 25 percent of college students report academic consequences related to binge drinking each year, a nurse from…

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