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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...
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...
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Editorial – Voter education will decide future politics

Voting is essential to democracy, but in what is functionally a two-party system in the U.S., it’s easy to get discouraged and feel like...
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Viewpoint – UN report calls all to fight global warming

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief The planet is in danger, and we are running out of time to save it.  This was a warning issued Oct. 8 by...
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Viewpoint – Racism, bigotry has no place in entertainment

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor It’s natural for competitors not to like or to take digs at each other. But when those insults cross the line to...
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...
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...
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Viewpoint – Minimum wage fails to adequately provide

By JW McNay/managing editor Americans need to be able to earn a living wage. Since Congress will not increase the federal minimum wage, states and...
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Viewpoint – Loving yourself can be important life lesson

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor Loving yourself is one of the greatest abilities a person can possess in life. When people know how to love themselves, they...