Post Malone, beerbongs & bentleys

Music Review – Album sells but struggles lyrically

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Money, women and paranoia are all delivered on a polished second album for Post Malone. Overnight success has taken Malone to a...
SE faculty, staff and students can submit to The Compass.

Magazine to accept submitted works

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief SE Campus’ The Compass magazine is taking submissions for its 2018 issue through May 11.  The arts magazine by and for SE students,...
The student-submitted photos for the PICS photo contest hang in the art space of the Walsh Library on NW Campus. The winners were announced April 30, and the winning photos will remain hanging in the library until the end of the semester.

Photography contest displays student talent

By JW McNay/campus editor Twenty-five student-submitted photos were honored at a NW Campus contest April 30. The contest was sponsored by the Photo Imaging Club for...
Guest choreographer Gregory Neyland performs “Rise of Power” with Haltom High School dance students during NW’s student choreography showcase April 26.

Dancers steal center stage

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Programs end term with shows TCC’s dance programs held spring shows April 26-28 for students and faculty to show off their choreography and...
Poet Major Jackson speaks at the Living Literature event on April 19.

Poet brings work to TCC

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor Poetry was in motion for the Living Literature event April 18 featuring the award-winning poet Major Jackson. Living Literature is a tradition...
Mike Priddle, a businessman played by Martin Freeman, questions the motives and past of Professor Goodman, played by Andy Nyman. The conversation occurs during Priddle’s story in the anthology horror film.

Movie Review – Ghost Stories haunts

By Michael Foster-Sanders British horror film succeeds in providing frights The horror genre is having a great year so far in 2018. Films such as The...