By Jason Patrick/ reporter SE students learned ways graphic novelists portray race and identity in their work April 26.
By Michael Foster-Sanders Finals are near, and NE Campus student activities is hosting Finals Finale 9 a.m.-2 p.m. May 8-11 for stressed students.
By Brittnee Junkersfeld/ reporter Nineteenth century Asian immigrants’ experiences were a paradox, “visible, yet invisible,” North Lake College history professor Roy Vu told TR students April 27.
Student Ulysses Lozano earned a $35,000-a-year scholarship from Baylor University for his achievements in academics and piano performance. He has studied on several TCC campuses.
NE CAMPUS COMMUNICATIONS, ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT Taylor King, Division
By Bethany Narvaez/ nw news editor As the semester comes to a close and the stress rises, TCC’s scenic landscapes can provide students with an easy way to take a midday break.
By Jason Middlebrooks/ south news editor The Lost City of Z is ideal for fans of adventure films and good storytelling.