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College grads talk studying abroad benefits

By Juan Ibarra/reporter Visiting different countries is a life-changing experience, according to a panel of college graduates.  During Global Citizenship Awareness Day, former students discussed the...
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Cultures come together to share food, history on awareness day

By John Alfaro/reporter Nationalities, cultures and religions were shared to promote global citizenship awareness. Often times people think of the U.S. as the center of the...
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Student artists take over walls

By Jocelyn Baires/reporter Four selected to create large-scale works Student artists, inspired by social media and personal experiences, have taken over four walls of the Lakeview...
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Study abroad touted

By Juan Ibarra/reporter Alumni offer advice, debunk myths, fears The idea of studying abroad stirs fear in some, while for others it seems out of the realm...
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Mexican traditions shared, celebrated

By Iela Durian/reporter Alejandro Garza started working in a cemetery at the age of 10, which allowed him to observe the many different traditions associated...
Career services assistant Manual Herrera (far left) and student development associate Dalton Doss speak to a NW student after the presentation. Students were given tips on what to wear to work and job interviews.

Dressing right for future jobs

By Katherine Maciel/reporter Career services helps students choose right clothes for job interviews, workplace A presentation informed students of the differences between dressing casual and smart...
Westlake Academy 7th grader Megan Flight, who plays Benjamin, playfully interacts with NW student Lane Norris, who plays Benjamin’s father, in The Yellow Boat which comes to stage Nov. 14-18 in Theatre Northwest.

Actors return to childhood

By JW McNay/managing editor Play to bring family’s true story to stage, examine life, death, loss  Movement, color and large children’s toys will accompany actors on...
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English department recognizes Halloween with eerie evening of dead writers

By Juan Ibarra/reporter The Walsh Library on NW Campus was transformed into an eerie place with ghostly music and a hint of the sinister when...
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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Workshop informs students about disabilities

By Yela Burian/reporter NW Campus celebrated Disability Awareness Month with a big bang Oct. 15 in an effort to promote an environment that encourages self-advocacy. ...