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Confronting Gun Violence

Confronting Gun Violence

TCC brings the gun debate home as faculty, staff and students discuss aspects of the national conversation such as how upbringings and experiences influence...
Confronting Gun Violence

Campus teams take prevention into own hands

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief A student writes something concerning in a class assignment, such as revealing a desire to cause harm to themselves or others. What...
Confronting Gun Violence

Students stress respect as key to stop violence

By Shannon O'Brien/reporter The debate over guns has polarized America, and TCC students are no different. But they seem to agree on one thing: having more...
Confronting Gun Violence

Two veterans share differing beliefs on guns

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor NE Campus students Martikko Mercado and Garry Chenault are both Army veterans who have seen combat. Yet as civilians, their views on...
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Editorial – Time’s up for gender wage disparity in U.S.

Equal Pay Day was April 10, marking that women still only make 80 cents of each dollar their male counterparts do. That amounts to...
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Viewpoint – Toxicity invades, ruins social justice efforts

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Accountability is important. There’s nothing wrong with keeping people accountable for what they said, did or posted online.  But it seems social...
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Viewpoint – Inaccuracy in drug ads erodes customer trust

By JW McNay/campus editor They can make you feel happy, depressed, tired, sleepless, constipated and everything in between. All too familiar are the often comical...
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TCC to prepare for Trinity Metro services on campus

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief To accommodate the Trinity Metro buses on campus, the TCC board of trustees approved contract agreements for infrastructure improvements on two campuses...
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TCC offers new way for text alerts

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Students now have another option for receiving text message alerts from the college’s registrar, business services and financial aid offices. In an...