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History’s lessons can offer reflection

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Black History Month Second in a series highlighting black leaders at TCC   It’s not about whether one encounters difficulties in life, it’s all...
Chelle, played by JuNene K, and Sly, played by Orlando Valentino, perform a scene in Detroit ‘67, which centers around the racial tensions that led to the Detroit Riots in 1967.

TCC offers night of history, theater

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief An evening dedicated to the cultural arts with a special focus on the Detroit Riots in 1967 and one of Fort Worth’s...
The Jubilee Theatre in downtown Fort Worth will host students for a play centered on the 1967 Detroit riots.

Campus offers night of culture

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TR Campus student development services and the president’s office will host a night at the historic Jubilee Theatre Feb. 8 for TCC...
TR student Veterans Association president Donny Gore signs in to the Vet Success Center.

Campus ranks high for veterans assistance

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief TR Campus was recognized by Military Times as one of the best places for veterans to pursue a college education. The publication ranked...
The semi-annual transfer celebration on TR Campus allowed students to meet with colleges and universities.

Transfer students honored at event

By Sergio Tapia/reporter Transfer students were honored at TR Campus’ semi-annual transfer celebration Nov. 30. The celebration recognizes students who met their universities’ transfer requirements to...
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Film Club to host first student-run film festival

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Students can win money at the first TR Film Club-organized film festival 3-6 p.m. Dec. 14 in the Energy Auditorium. The festival...
TR Campus adjunct instructor Bernardo Vallarino poses with the finished project, “Kindness Matters,” a mural representing symbols that relate to kindness and the community.

Adjunct shows kindness through art

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Burleson mural honors community icon  Burleson has a new outdoor work of art, courtesy of Colombian-American artist and TR Campus adjunct instructor...
Jocelyn Rangel was described as happy, selfless and caring by friends.

Student killed in car crash

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief A NW and TR student was killed in a traffic accident on her way to work Nov. 8. Jocelyn Rangel, 21, was driving...