South early college high school student Julio Aguero practices one on one with Vinnie Bradford as other fencing club members observe Feb. 7.

Former Olympian faced life’s foils

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TCC instructor reflects on her path to 1984 Olympics, fencing history  With little to no support for her to become an athlete, Vinnie Bradford still became an Olympic fencer through hard work, discipline...
For the unconventional valentine, cut out one of the non-traditional, free Valentine’s Day card and give to your friends.

Romantic holiday woes, no’s, lows

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor TCC students share Valentine’s Day fails NW student Justin Lee recalled when one of his Valentine’s Day gifts just wasn’t that romantic. “I got the bouquet of flowers or whatever, and I went...
Chelle, played by JuNene K, and Sly, played by Orlando Valentino, perform a scene in Detroit ‘67, which centers around the racial tensions that led to the Detroit Riots in 1967.

TCC offers night of history, theater

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief An evening dedicated to the cultural arts with a special focus on the Detroit Riots in 1967 and one of Fort Worth’s most impactful African-American civil rights fighters made for an educational...
With 30 different rooms, it’s unlikely that anyone would walk through Hangman’s House of Horrors without being spooked by something. Its Valentine’s Day specials are no exception.

Be mine or else

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Hangman’s provides romantic nightmare For a heart-pounding Valentine’s Day celebration, folks can go to Hangman’s House of Horrors Feb. 16 and 17 in Fort Worth for its annual “Fear of Commitment” weekend and...
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What’s in your future?

By Waleed Fahmawi, Melisa Ceman and Daniel Castellanos/reporters Picturing career paths made simpler with TCC campus resources The thought of picking out a stream to follow in life can be daunting, and picking out a major is...