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Entrepreneur talks tacos

By Brian Fenley/reporter From a single taco truck to successfully creating an independent chain, speaker and local entrepreneur Sarah Castillo taught students how to build...
TR students participate in the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Oct. 11 on TR Campus. The walk took about 15 minutes starting in the Idea Store and finishing in the TR Plaza.

Walk fights disease

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Fair to offer info to LGBTQ students, allies

By Lynn Caraway/reporter TR Campus’ student development center will host the LGBTQ+ Resource Fair Oct. 24 to assist students with resources available to them. The fair,...
TR’s Travel Into Deaf, Deaf World event allows students who can hear to understand how people who are deaf navigate the world every day and practice signing as well as not using their voices.

Event sheds light on deaf culture, trials

By Jocelyn Baires/reporter More than 700 high school students, college students and citizens learned what it was like to be hearing-impaired in Travel into Deaf,...
TR students play lotería and practice the Spanish language Oct. 4 on TR. Lotería is a popular Mexican game of chance similar to bingo but uses images on a deck of cards instead of plain numbers on pingpong balls.

Game integrates culture

By Jocelyn Baires/reporter TR students gathered in the Riverfront Cafe to play the popular Mexican game lotería during a Hispanic Heritage Month event Oct. 4. The...
Derek Schreihofer, UNT Health Science Center pharmacology and neuroscience associate professor, speaks to students about medical research Sept. 26 in the TR Energy Auditorium.

Guest speaker discusses research, solutions

By JW McNay/managing editor The first speaker in a three-part series informed students about The Study of Neuroprotection in Stroke, Aging and Sub Concussive Injuries...
TR students Marietta Huaute and Amberstar Fisher read excerpts from banned or challenged books during the campus’ flash-mob demonstration Sept. 26 in honor of Banned Books Week.

Harms of censorship shown

By JW McNay/managing editor TR faculty, students and staff celebrated the freedom to read with a flash-mob demonstration Sept. 26 as part of Banned Books...
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Campus to Host Safe Space Training

By Elyssa Gideon/reporter People can learn more about the LGBTQ+ community and how to advocate for them during a Safe Space training session noon-4:30 p.m...
TR students James Cottle and Ramiro Donjuan battle it out in the Super Smash Bros. 4 tournament Sept. 20 at Games for Change in the Energy Auditorium on TR. Tournaments for five different games were held at the event.

Gaming for change

By JW McNay/managing editor Campus collaborates with community for tournaments Students and community members of all abilities joined to compete, socialize and learn from one another...
TR students practice steps to the bachata they learned during TR’s Noche de Salsa event Sept. 19 in the campus courtyard. Students also learned to salsa during the Hispanic Heritage Month event.

Students salsa it out

By Jocelyn Baires/reporter About 50 aspiring dancers assembled Sept. 19 in the TR Campus courtyard to learn the basic moves of salsa dancing in an...