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TR student Daveyaun Slater trims hedges at an ACH services home in south Fort Worth. The “Pretty” Park Pavilion group cleaned up yards, a playground and a home.

A day for serving

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Student, faculty, staff spend Saturday morning giving back to community  From cleaning up trash while kayaking on the Trinity River to cheering on...
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Campus to host district cybersecurity sessions

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TCC has partnered with Cisco Systems to host a workshop April 27-28 for students interested in technology and the world of cybersecurity. This...
TR Campus’ Come Together Fest will take place May 1.

Unity in art creates exhibit

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Student organizations have come together to host a student-led arts festival on TR Campus.  The Come Together Fest 2018 will be organized and...
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Event offers opportunity for students to give back

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TR Campus will give back to the community April 21 for its Campus Day of Service. TR student activities is organizing the event,...
TR nursing assistant professor Tanya Rose picks up fried fish brought to the Multicultural Potluck Lunch in TR’s Idea Store April 4. Students, faculty and staff were encouraged to bring dishes from their culture.

Potluck serves culture

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Ceremony confusion leads to petition

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Confusion about whether TCC nursing students would continue to have a separate pinning ceremony prompted outrage and an online petition in protest,...
South Dallas Business and Professional Women’s Club president June M. Johnson addresses a group of students on TR Campus March 28. The role of women as heroes in history and the importance of how women communicate with one another were at the forefront of Johnson’s speech.

Strength resides in unity, openness

By Mykel Jones/reporter Seminar calls to lift other women up, not tear them down As part of Women’s History Month, a Dallas business leader spoke to...
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Students learn about intrinsic worth at talk

By Keishonda Sherman/reporter As part of Women’s History Month, a leader from the nonprofit organization Girls, Inc. spoke to students on TR Campus about the...
TR instructor Sheldon Smart was born in Trinidad and Tobago and immigrated at 22 to continue his education.

He, too

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TR instructor shares his story as sexual assault victim  Sheldon Smart has battled poverty, homelessness and immigration and survived. The Trinidad and Tobago native...