NW students join in dancing with the Bandan Koro traditional African drummers Feb. 7.

Rhythmic call to tribal roots

Standing on the foundation of the greenhouse that was destroyed by a 2016 fire, NW horticulture program coordinator David Bulpitt explains what will change with the new structure.

New greenhouse approved by board

By Dylan Bradley/campus editor $300,000 structure will ensure horticulture program can keep up with growth The construction of a new greenhouse on NW Campus was approved...
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Various dance styles coming to stage

By Jason Warren/reporter The “Fall Into Dance” concert on NW Campus is around the corner for those interested in an end-of-fall performance. “The concert will feature...
Students walk through a work zone at one of the main entrances near WTLO on NW Campus this fall. Scaffolding and fencing will remain standing for another year while engineers finish an assessment.

Scaffolds to stay standing

By Jason Shotwell/reporter Campus has spent $1.2 million in 21 months since storm Scaffolding and fencing still stand on NW Campus a year and a half...
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Professors endorse traveling abroad

By Annette Kirk/campus editor To travel the world all one needs is a passport and an appetite for adventure to see the pictures in books...
NW students (back row) Tavin Bothel, Jesse Martinez and Brian Johnson and (front row) Michael Matthews, Katie de Groh and Rylee Jones use the car for all nine playlets.

Comedy ‘playlets’ bring car to stage

By Dylan Bradley/campus editor Theater Northwest will bring comedy to the stage Nov. 29-Dec. 3 with Marcus is Walking: Scenes from the Road. The production will...
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Art exhibit sheds light

By Bucky Shadden/reporter Student artists are showing off four walls of art in Quarters, an exhibit open through Dec. 15 in NW Campus’ Lakeview Gallery. The...
Sigma Swimmers founder and head coach Andrew Ha gives students instructions over technique during a practice session Nov. 9 at the NW pool.

Swimmers settle contract dispute

By Dylan Bradley/campus editor The Sigma Swimmers are back in the pool. After meeting with members of the TCC board of trustees and administrators, the program...
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...
NW Workforce Center manager Keycha Jones and NW career services coordinator Tracy Williams pose for a photo in the Workforce Center, which opened in September.

Workforce Center offers job options

By Dylan Bradley/campus editor A month after the Workforce Center opened on NW Campus, students and community residents are finding jobs while staff gets acclimated...