April 13, 2011

Sex trafficking happens here

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Around Super Bowl weekend, a law enforcement task force made 133 local arrests, most involving prostitution, including that of minors. Sex and…

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Lawyers speak to South students about social media dangers

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By Tristan Evans/south news editor Students and faculty packed into the South Campus Recital Hall April 6 to attend a community law…

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South students use dance to uplift, entertain, reinvent

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By Tristan Evans/south news editor Friday nights, when the majority of South Campus students are home relaxing after a long week, Jonny Le and his…

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Wind affects NE tennis tournament

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By Drew Williams/sports editor Quality is better than quantity, and it was evident at the NE Campus intramural tennis competition April…

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4’s Up continues dominance as South wins district

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By Dena adi/sports editor TCC intramural basketball came to an end April 2 after defending champion South Campus took the title again at the…

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Haunted boy, good cameras make Insidious frightening

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By Joshua knopp/managing editor The writer and director of Saw have made a movie without shedding a drop of blood. Insidious is a ghost story…

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Source Code repeats time but has fresh plot twists

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By Frankie Farrar-Helm/entertainment editor If there is anything viewers will walk away with after seeing Source Code, it’s this: Life is short…

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CD Review

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By Frankie Farrar-helm/entertainment editor Listen up, country music fans. If you miss the good ol’ simple guitar tunes that existed before…

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CD Review

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By Frankie Farrar-helm/entertainment editor Listen up, ’80s fans — get ready for a musical comeback of epic proportions. The former British…

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Author presents differences in Western, Chinese parenting styles

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By Leah Bosworth/ne news editor The Tiger Mother has been released and, fortunately, she’s inside a book. Author Amy Chua — Yale law…

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Artist juxtaposes beauty, violence

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In an exclusive art installation on SE Campus called Ryder Richards: Pow[d]er, artist Ryder Richards displays contradiction in his pieces between…

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Counselor addresses relationships

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Many signs can help determine if a couple is in a healthy or an unhealthy relationship, a SE counselor told students recently. Michael Eason…

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Names & Events

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April 13 NE Campus continues its annual International Festival and Spring Fest celebrating cultural diversity and student opportunities with music,…

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UNT, TCU staffers offer transfer tips for NE students

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Perhaps lightening the load of transfer admissions, an admissions counselor from the University of North Texas told NE Campus students that sometimes…

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NW hosts health fair, checkups

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Getting a free checkup including blood pressure, vision, cholesterol, HIV, blood sugar and bone density is not easy. But students can do it at NW…

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Texas poison control unit provides advice

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By Ashely Klatt/reporter At the Texas Poison Control Network, 50 percent of its calls come from cases of children who have been accidentally…

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NE counselor shares her advice about major dilemmas

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To understand their desires for the future, a NE counselor told students recently to ask themselves three questions: Who am I? Where have I been?…

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UTA guest to discuss photo work

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The TCC photography club will host an artist lecture at 6 p.m. April 21 in the NSTU Center Corner on NE Campus. Guest speaker Scott Hilton will talk…

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NE’s version of Glee inspired by TV show

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By Amy Estrada/reporter Laughter echoed in the choir room as students filled up the risers before it was time to belt out some tunes. Much like…

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South professor, wife share story of survival in Italy

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By Mona Lisa tucker/reporter On a clear and breezy Thursday afternoon, assistant professor Rodger Bednar leisurely strolled toward the SCLC…

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Student publications bring back state, regional awards

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor TCC publications won top recognition in two recent competitions. In addition to a number of individual awards,…

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Entertainment Calendar

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ART Now-April 14 NE art and biology departments present Bioforms, a sculpture exhibit developed by NE Ceramics II classes and the NE biology…

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TCC Police Blotter

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March 24 A student reported a car door striking a vehicle on South Campus. March 25 A person reported having a vehicle struck while parked on NE…

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South symposium celebrates women’s camaraderie, support

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By Angel Carr/reporter Students, faculty, staff and community members joined April 2 to celebrate Sisters Bridging Cultures — One Voice, One…

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Women making difference in SE Campus seminar

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By Aisha banafe/reporter Even with many responsibilities, women can be successful role models at home and at work, speakers told SE students March…

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African-American students mentored in South group

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By Tristan Evans/south news editor Jennifer Abrams woke up March 4 and immediately prayed. She asked God to bring the right words to her mouth…

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SE Campus set to put attention on architecture

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SE students are celebrating Architecture Month on SE Campus and in the community. Students started the month with a design competition.…

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Tablet computers trendy for students

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By Mario Montalvo/reporter Tablet computers will outsell netbooks by 2012, and by 2014, more consumers will use tablets than netbooks,…

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Attorneys to talk justice system with pupils

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A prosecuting attorney and a defense attorney will explain to NW students the judiciary process and some pros and cons of the U.S. justice…

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TR Campus discusses degree plans, helps students choose paths

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By Eric Poe/reporter Students recently got an inside look at the process of planning their degrees on Trinity River Campus. Keisha Shelton…

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Letters to the Editor

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Collegian letter disgraces college Last week, I was made aware of a letter that was written to the editor of The Collegian, and I was deeply…

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Cheaters damage self-image

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Cheater. Cheater. Pumpkin-eater. Had a future, but became a self-deceiver. Researchers from Harvard and Duke University found evidence in a…

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So what if I drive a Toyota Prius?

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Don’t hate on my Prius. This is Texas. It’s understood that every man in the state should drive a gas-guzzling, 4x4 pickup truck lifted about…

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Domestic abuse victims have help

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At first, no one was moved by the sound of a male’s voice yelling obscenities in the hallway until a raised female voice said, “Leave me…

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ACCESS program helps beginning students succeed as group

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By Mary-Kate Woodruff/reporter Julia Webster, now 29, dropped out of high school at 15. Although she recently completed her GED, she was a bit…

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Protesting sides join debate over concealed guns

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By Shelly Williams/editor in-chief TCC has seen students respond on both sides of the controversy over carrying weapons on campus topic within the…

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Forfeits, disputes plague intramural soccer

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By Dena Adi/sports editor While some teams lacked attendance, others showed dominance April 9 during the second week of 6-on-6 intramural soccer…

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Federal bill causes stress for veterans

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NE student Mitchell Jones is going to school full time as well as being self-employed. But he is finding it harder and harder to keep up with…

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CD Review

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By Bethany Sanderson/reporter Adele 21, Adele’s latest album released Feb. 22, is a more mature sound for the British artist. Adele, 22, full…

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TCC prepares for less money from Austin

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley and chief financial officer Mark McClendon agree TCC is “in pretty good…

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