Wednesday, August 21, 2019
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Board sends $825 million proposal to voters

By Juan Ibarra/editor-in-chief A new proposal was voted on and approved that could possibly give TCC a total of $825 million in bonds and notes...
Kenya Ayers began her tenure as NE Campus president July 1. She came to TCC from a Chicago area community college. Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

New president finds ‘a good fit’ at TCC

By Juan Ibarra/editor-in-chief In February, Kenya Ayers was selected to be the new president of NE Campus and officially took office on July 1. NE Campus...
The view of Fort Worth from the Tahita Fulkerson Library on TR Campus named for its founding president. TR Campus is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Photo courtesy Veronica Rosas

Campus celebrates 10-year anniversary

By Juan Ibarra/editor-in-chief As the 10th anniversary of TR Campus comes around, looking back at the history of the campus shows just how different TCC...

Addiction to screens are much more common than one thinks

By Jade Myers/reporter Screens, whether it’s a phone, tablet, computer or television are everywhere. They are in peoples homes, cars, pockets and even at work....
The Back to School Roundup provided services for families as well as children. Tax assessor Elvira Simpson shared information about her workplace and gave families information on how she could help. Joseph Serrata/The Collegian

Supplies, services offered by community

By Lucretia White/campus editor In front of various live, local radio station stands, children performed dances like “The Nae Nae” and “ The Dab.” Smiles filled...
District archivist Thomas Kellam looks through the maps that are collected in the Heritage Room located in the J. Ardis Bell Library on NE Campus. Collegian file photo

History preserved in long forgotten room

By Victor Allison/reporter Over the past two decades, TCC’s  student population increased by more than 25,000 hitting the 50,000 mark. Despite the population boom, one...

Go get free clothes

By Jade Myers/campus editor Obtaining professional clothes can be costly for students: suits, ties, dresses, belts and shoes. “All those things matter because that’s what makes...
Awards

Student academic award winners announced

Student Academic Awards CONNECT AWARDS The following students were recently inducted into Beta Chi Zeta: Blessing Adefalujo Brenda Aguirre Ryan Almusawi Zachary Bond Kenya Bray Abigail...
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Students strive for improvement, success on their own

By Monica Brigham/reporter Millennials desperate to move past anxiety and stress are eager, some may even say obsessed, to join the trendy self-help movement. TCC...

Complete core credits by traveling to Ireland

By Jackie Bocanegra/reporter Studying abroad at TCC is an option for students who want to get out of their comfort zone and earn school credit...
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Event brings awareness to variety of oppression

By Jade Myers/campus editor Oppression comes in many forms. To illustrate this, TR Campus created the “Tunnel of Oppression” which had tours at different times...

Stress-handling tips shared at workshop

By Jessica Strange/reporter Managing fear, anxiety, depression and despair as a student was the topic of a recent workshop on NE Campus. The NE counseling department...

Literary classic analyzed

By Kimberly G. Landeros/reporter Themes in Mary Shelley’s iconic novel “Frankenstein” were the topic of discussion for philosophy professor Michael Vendsel’s “Thinking about the Monster”...
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Advice given about joining medical field

By Dylan Fredericks/reporter Sandra Davis, a Fort Worth-based psychiatrist with 23 years of experience, presented a speech on April 17 during the Medical Professionals Symposium...
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Tools, services offer students help picking classes

By Ethan Hamilton/reporter Every semester, students gather around their laptops to schedule their classes for the upcoming semester. However, it isn’t as simple as just...
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Clothing trend emerges among students

By Ethan Hamilton/reporter Streetwear is a fashion trend that has been on the rise among college students. It started in the ’90s in surfing subcultures...
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Honor society membership benefits scholarship-seeking students

By Krissia Nunez/reporter While Phi Theta Kappa may sound like the name of a fraternity, it is actually the name of an academic honor society...
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Student-success program provides variety of resources

By Lucretia White/reporter TCC provides resourceful academic support for first-time college students through the Federal TRIO Program. It is an umbrella program that covers nine...
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Workshop explores warning signs of unhealthy relationships

By Lucretia White/reporter The most important relationship anyone can have is with themselves. This leads to growth, development and self-love, said a counselor on South...