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Sculpture finds home for start of spring

By Lucretia White/reporter A mannequin sculpture of a woman covered with 500 plastic feather-like butterflies stands tall near the NFAB building on NE Campus. The sculpture...
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Symposium to feature speakers, political discourse

By Jade Myers/campus editor Political polarization is the theme in this year’s history symposium Feb. 21 on TR Campus. “We are in a political polarization time,”...
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Convention to show inventions, creativity

By Jade Myers/campus editor “Makers,” or people who combine different skills to create something new, will show anything ranging from 3D printing, metal working and...
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Hip-hop, leadership mesh together to teach students

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor Trill or Not Trill will be partnering with NW student activities and the intercultural network to talk to students about leadership...
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Southern cuisine inspires art

By Arelys Morales Conty/campus editor Enchiladas, tacos and other Tex-Mex dishes will be the focus of artworks by Russian artist Petr Shvetsov in the Carillon...
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Former program members return to share stories

By Maddie Christian/reporter Men of Color Collaborative has a place for anyone who wants to be involved, said NE coordinator Marjeanna Burge during its kickoff...
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Mental health can heal with awareness

By Hunter Krebel/reporter Masika Smith, a longtime sufferer of depression, recently made an important decision for her life: She would set out to change the...
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Workshop teaches skills

By Amanda Alba/reporter People have to fail to succeed, three advisers told NE students during a Start on Track workshop Jan. 31. Each adviser addressed a...
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Tests help to guide students’ future career choices

By Iela Durian/reporter Millennials increasingly emphasize finding happiness in their careers, getting out of college with less debt and being able to secure a job...
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Yoga brightens days of returning students

By Arelys Morales Conty/campus editor The lights are off, the floor is covered in glowsticks, illuminating the movements of South students. A yoga instructor whispers...

Campus president candidates to visit

By JW McNay/editor-in-chief Three finalists have been named to vie for the role of NE Campus president and each...
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Workshop provides tips, advice for couples

By Amanda Alba/reporter Communication is the key to all successful relationships, a NE Campus counselor told a group of students during a Couples Communication workshop...
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Clubs to pursue new members

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor Students can learn information about clubs and organizations and how to join them Feb. 6 at the Winter Social. Students are invited...
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Lecture series to explore range of topics

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor Student-led group Historical Underground is hosting a series of lectures for Black History Month. Throughout February, different presenters will speak at length...
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New, free class to focus on civil rights

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor The TR community and industry education department now offer a civil rights and civil liberties course. The six-week course and weekend class...
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Bus tour to take students on historical ride in Fort Worth

By Arelys Morales Conty/campus editor South Campus student activities will be taking students on a bus tour to important sites in Fort Worth for Black...
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Future program to help students graduate

By Lynn Caraway/reporter Student Jane Smith, not her real name, has over 99 credit hours, changed her major once,...
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Cornerstone alumni, now teachers, praise program

By Madison Bailey/reporter An assistant criminal district attorney, a history professor and former family and estate-planning lawyer, a current...