TCC owns the Fort Worth Power and Light Company power plant, which was built in 1912 and provided electricity for the city for years.

Property endangered

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief On the banks of the Trinity River in downtown Fort Worth sits a cornerstone of the city’s utility history that was listed...
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Faculty member publishes cancer research

By JW McNay/managing editor A NE faculty member is doing her part to help understand and treat breast cancer through a published article, ongoing research...
Registration opened for students with 55 or more credit hours Oct. 15. For all upcoming registration dates and deadlines, go to TCC’s website.

Registration for spring semester begins

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Priority registration for the spring semester opened Oct. 15. Students who have completed 55 credit hours qualify for priority registration, and all students...
Ryon Anderson spoke Oct. 9 on SE about not letting his blindness keep him from success.

Talk offers hope

By Melisa Handley/reporter Speaker discusses overcoming challenges A business consultant and social media marketing professional visited SE Campus Oct. 9 to share his story of how...
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Panel promotes positive attitude

By Lynn Caraway/reporter Resilience and persistence are the keys to college success, a panel of academic advisers told NE students at a Start on Track...
NW students play a game called LightBot on laptops that introduces them to basic programming logic at Candy and Coding Oct. 9 on NW Campus.

Game provides fun, introduction to coding

By Michael Lopez/reporter Faculty and volunteers hosted an event to celebrate the life of Ada Lovelace, an important figure in computer programming, and to introduce...
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Protest, debate explored

By Jay January/reporter Even though it was a quiet statement of protest, debates surrounding former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem at...
NW Spanish associate professor Alejandro Garza returned with photos from Spain (left) and the Colombian Amazon (right). Garza traveled with students to every Spanish-speaking country except for Venezuela.

Travel inspires speech

By John Alfaro/reporter Traveling around the world is a lifetime dream for many, and one NW Spanish assistant professor saw that dream come true while...
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Entrepreneur talks tacos

By Brian Fenley/reporter From a single taco truck to successfully creating an independent chain, speaker and local entrepreneur Sarah Castillo taught students how to build...
TR students participate in the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Oct. 11 on TR Campus. The walk took about 15 minutes starting in the Idea Store and finishing in the TR Plaza.

Walk fights disease

A nurse from Carter BloodCare draws blood from a NE student who donated at the health fair Oct. 10. South’s health fair is 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 17 in the SSTU dining hall.

Fair promotes health

Large informational panels are on display now through Oct. 31 in windows along Main Street on TR Campus. Each panel has the corresponding letter or symbol from “LGBTQ+” and its definition. Student activities is behind the display, which was created in recognition of LGBTQ History Month.

Event promotes identity openness

By John Wunker and Scarlet Cloud/reporters Students celebrated diversity and acceptance on TR and SE Campuses to mark National Coming Out Day Oct. 11. “National Coming Out...
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Fair to offer info to LGBTQ students, allies

By Lynn Caraway/reporter TR Campus’ student development center will host the LGBTQ+ Resource Fair Oct. 24 to assist students with resources available to them. The fair,...
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Beto rallies voters

By JW McNay/managing editor U.S. Rep. Beto O’ Rourke visited NE Campus Oct. 6 as part of a tour of local colleges to discuss his...
NE Campus government associate professor Larry Davis has taught on the campus since it opened in 1968.

Campus celebrates golden birthday

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief NE Campus is celebrating its golden anniversary this fall as the second of five campuses, and only one person remains who remembers...
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Celebration to kick off 50th anniversary

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor NE Campus is gearing up for its 50th anniversary with a weeklong celebration. The NE Harmony Cultural Connections festival kicks off the...
NE financial aid associate Andee Rodriguez waves a pride flag as he marches with other TCC students, faculty and staff carrying banners and posters during the Tarrant County Pride Parade Oct. 6 in downtown Fort Worth.

‘Free to be me at TCC’

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Students, faculty, staff from across district march in county’s Pride Parade “Free to be me at TCC,” was the chant that rang out...
TR’s Travel Into Deaf, Deaf World event allows students who can hear to understand how people who are deaf navigate the world every day and practice signing as well as not using their voices.

Event sheds light on deaf culture, trials

By Jocelyn Baires/reporter More than 700 high school students, college students and citizens learned what it was like to be hearing-impaired in Travel into Deaf,...