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Deaf students from all around North Texas will attend TCC’s sign language interpreting program’s Signing Santa: International Holiday Storybook Adventure event Dec. 7 at the Arlington Skatium.

Deaf children to sign with Santa

By JW McNay/managing editor Program to host event for community Olivia Sanderson remembers communicating with Santa for the first time as a young child and him...
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Officers involved in shooting to share story

By Elyssa Gideon/reporter Local police officer Brandi Kamper, tactical paramedic, jumped in to save fellow Fort Worth officer Matt Pearce’s life by providing critical first...
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Resource fair aids LGBTQ students

By Lynn Caraway/reporter Attendees educated about community, provided health resources, safe-space information  Community outreach specialists “came out” with helpful information to support students at the LGBTQ+...
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Sugar skulls, dancing skeletons discussed

By Dylan Harris/reporter Anthropologist talks cultural appropriation, cultural appreciation with el Dia de los Muertos On a rainy Halloween afternoon, students, staff and faculty members gathered...
Monica Munoz Martinez, Brown University American and ethnic studies assistant professor, responds to attendees during a Q&A session. Martinez spoke at The Injustice Never Leaves You Oct. 17 on TR Campus.

Author talks race, history

By JW McNay/managing editor Century-old injustices revealed A guest speaker presented what she called a lesser-known history of Texas-Mexico border relations 100 years ago and the...
Students create T-shirts with words of encouragement for abuse or assault victims and to spread awareness about violence against women Oct. 18 on NW.

Project spotlights domestic violence

By Michael Lopez/repoter NW and TR students were encouraged to be creative in an effort to spread awareness about violence against women. On display in WSTU...
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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,...