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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...
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Program sees big donations

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief South Campus’ homeless outreach program has recently acquired an abundance of donations from community partners totaling over $30,000. Visions Unlimited, one of the...
South Campus president Peter Jordan said he’s always expected rough patches along his journey.

President says that perseverance is key

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Black History Month First in a series highlighting black leaders at TCC Race and roadblocks shouldn’t deter one from reaching their goals. To...
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Campus police offer helpful tips for students

By Alisha Thompson/reporter New semesters bring in new students, which give TCC police a chance to refresh everyone’s memory about rules and safety on campus. Campus...
At South’s 2015 Lunar New Year celebration, students choose a photo off the game board, the worker rolls the die and if a picture on the die matches the photo, the student wins a prize.

Campuses to usher in Year of Dog

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief South and SE campuses will kick off the Year of the Dog with celebrations as the Lunar New Year begins Feb. 16. China...
South students Kristen Clay, Shania Boo’ty, Danielle Davis and Angelica Mora rehearse a part in Club Lit., a play coming to South Campus at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 15-16.

Production examines poetry, humor

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Comical and serious subjects collide on South with its first spring semester production Feb. 15-16 in the Joe B. Rushing Center...
Holocaust survivor and speaker Paul Kessler lights a candle during a short prayer service at the beginning of the memorial Jan. 25 to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day on South Campus.

Survivor tells of Holocaust

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief His earliest memory is of hiding under a bed as his village was raided. They took his father, grandfather and other members...
Swimming to salvation, escape from the water demons, Terry Hays

Theater influences exhibit

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief As people walked through South Campus’ Carillon Gallery viewing his art, Terry Hays continued to work on two unfinished pieces making their...
Paul Kessler, Holocaust survivor and Dallas Holocaust Museum volunteer, will speak to students, faculty and staff at Never Again: Lessons from the Holocaust Jan. 25 on South.

Survivor to speak about Holocaust

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor A Holocaust survivor will share his story of persecution and perseverance on South Campus Jan. 25. The campus will observe International Holocaust...
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Counselor teaches about self-esteem

By Hailey Creighton/reporter Growing concerns about mental health and well-being have spotlighted the importance of improving self-esteem, a counselor said during a South workshop Nov....