Drew Cook works full time and takes classes four nights a week on SE Campus all while battling anxiety and depression. One in six college students have been diagnosed with anxiety.

Bringing anxiety into focus

By Katelyn Needham/reporter Anxiety in students is common, but help is available on TCC campuses Wake up at 5 a.m. Drive 30 minutes to Irving for work. Go to the gym. Go to class 5-7 p.m. Sleep. Repeat. This is the normal...
NW student Daniel Sanchez picks up popcorn from student activities team member Devin Reaux during Northwest Fest, a back-to-school event for NW students Sept. 7.

Campus community gathered for burgers at back-to-school fest

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Over 1,200 students and 50 organizations, departments and clubs attended Northwest Fest Sept. 7. Students participated in activities and received food and prizes. Booths from NW clubs and organizations, including the TCC police...
Texas Task Force 2

TCC community aids Harvey relief efforts

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief From sunup to well after sundown, NW fire service training adjuncts were putting the lessons they teach in the classroom to work, following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. NW special operations adjunct instructor...
NE Campus officer Ceferino Cruz

Former NYPD officer remembers 9/11

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief He’s getting ready to leave for duty when a stream of sirens fill his ears. He goes out to his car and turns his radio on when he hears a call about...
Havana Playground 2016, Patricia D. Richards

Discovering Cuba

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Students meet locals, tour museums during study abroad trip to Havana  Two TCC classes spent 10 days in Cuba this summer. Intermediate Spanish II and Photo Digital Imaging were the two courses that, for...