NE intercultural student engagement coordinator Marjeanna Burge shares her Native American Heritage at a NE Campus event.

Heritage leads to success

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor Faculty member finds success despite facing racism, discrimination The journey of life is different for every human. Some will have a traditional linear...
NE interim campus president Tahita Fulkerson answers students’ questions during a town hall meeting Nov. 14 in the NSTU dining area on NE Campus. The event was hosted by NE’s SGA, and students were able to express their concerns directly to the president and her staff.

Students express concerns at town hall event

By JW McNay/managing editor A direct line of communi-cation between students and the campus president’s office was open during a town hall meeting where all...
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Fall 2018 final exam schedule

This schedule is for all campuses. NOTE: If you have a conflict in this schedule, contact your instructors to make alternate plans. All classes will...
Script, South Campus’ literary magazine, won the Best Magazine award in its division for their 2017 edition.

Literary mag recognized nationally

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief South’s Script magazine received national recognition and honors for their 2017 edition.  The campus’ literary magazine won first place for Best Magazine in...
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College grads talk studying abroad benefits

By Juan Ibarra/reporter Visiting different countries is a life-changing experience, according to a panel of college graduates.  During Global Citizenship Awareness Day, former students discussed the...
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Cultures come together to share food, history on awareness day

By John Alfaro/reporter Nationalities, cultures and religions were shared to promote global citizenship awareness. Often times people think of the U.S. as the center of the...
Deaf students from all around North Texas will attend TCC’s sign language interpreting program’s Signing Santa: International Holiday Storybook Adventure event Dec. 7 at the Arlington Skatium.

Deaf children to sign with Santa

By JW McNay/managing editor Program to host event for community Olivia Sanderson remembers communicating with Santa for the first time as a young child and him...
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Veterans panels share experience

By Michael Lopez and Daniel Castellanos Faculty, guests talk military, business Veterans gathered on NW and SE Campuses to share their experiences and how the military...
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Veteran, instructor talks impact of war

By Jay January/reporter Studies show 85 percent of 2,000 soldiers who deployed have conditions that detach them from the rest of society, such as post-traumatic...
In the Intro to Pipe class, offered through South’s welding program, students work on projects and familiarize themselves with the equipment.

Molding metals

By Arelys Morales Conty/campus editor Students find careers in welding thanks to hands-on program Metal shavings litter the floor, and the smell of fire permeates the...
South student Jessie Frerichs was left with double vision after her first brain surgery. She has had four total brain surgeries to remove tumors.

Persevering post tumors

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor Single mom with disability overcomes adversity through SAR Jessie Frerichs’ battle with a brain tumor was a traumatic experience that required four...
NE and SE student Sam Bailey and SE student Kemy Acosta peruse liquor bottles filled with colored water to inspire them for an assignment to create a unique concoction.

Mixology garnishes campus with new program

By JW McNay/managing editor It’s not often bottles liquor venture into an academic setting, but that’s the case in a new class where alcohol is...
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Ridership sees increase

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Number of students using Trinity Metro continues to rise throughout fall term Seven months after TCC started covering the cost of Trinity Metro...
James Lovell Jr., William Anders and Frank Borman, members of the Apollo 8 crew, pose for a photo in their space suits on a Kennedy Space Center simulator Nov. 22, 1968. Apollo 8 was the U.S.’ second manned spaceflight and the first to reach Earth’s moon.

Campus to honor Apollo 8

By Heather Adams/reporter NASA’s first mission to moon focus of 50th anniversary exhibit Houston! We have a new exhibit. With the 50th anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 8...
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Building backyards for birds

By Jay January/reporter Bird enthusiasts learned how to attract the flying creatures to their backyards as well as the benefits for doing so from a...
During the emotional intelligence presentation, NE business assistant professor Randy Saleh clarifies why communication is the most important interpersonal skill in the workplace.

Speaker explains value of soft skills

By Madison Bailey/reporter Within seven years, artificial intelligence will be in full throttle and workers will have to compete with robots, objects that never complain...
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Officers involved in shooting to share story

By Elyssa Gideon/reporter Local police officer Brandi Kamper, tactical paramedic, jumped in to save fellow Fort Worth officer Matt Pearce’s life by providing critical first...
Volunteers will sashay down a runway dressed in work attire to help students navigate through different options at Dress for Success Nov. 27 in NSTU on NE Campus.

Yoga pants not allowed

By Belle Trevino/reporter Fashion show to teach students appropriate work attire Strutting down the runway, students will dress for the jobs they want, not the jobs...
Veteran success assistant Abdel Casiano went from sailor, detention officer to college student with the assistance from the VetSuccess center on South Campus.

Support leads to success

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor TCC veteran centers ease transition to civilian life Abdel Casiano remembers being a teenager whose high school graduation was approaching quickly.  An average...
SE student Republicans celebrate as Ted Cruz starts to gain a lead against Beto O’Rourke in the U.S. Senate race at the Nov. 6 election watch party on SE Campus.

Election 2018 – Republicans Cruz to victory

Republicans Conservatives revel in results Republican candidates emerge victorious despite initial concerns By JW McNay/managing editor As the polls started to close in Texas, cheers rang out for...