January 27, 2010

TCC’s first week in review

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With a new year, comes a new semester on TCC campuses. Students line the halls, wander around looking for their classes, wait for time to pass…

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Community at a glance

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Now-Feb. 14 Theatre Arlington offers a look into the past with The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940. While pitching a new show to a wealthy backer, a…

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Governor candidates clash in recent debate

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The Texas governor’s race became heated over some issues during the first live televised debates of the election earlier this month. Sen. Kay…

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NE seminar to help with CampusCruiser

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NE Campus will offer a seminar 12:30 p.m. Feb. 3 on getting familiar with CampusCruiser. Leigh-Anne Regenold, NE academic support services…

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Names and Events

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NE Campus’ Jingle Walk team ranked 16th out of 100 teams Dec. 5 and raised a total of $1,016 for the Arthritis Foundation. The next Jingle Walk is…

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Students mixed on bringing concealed handguns to school

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By Leigh caudle/reporter Events such as the 2007 Virginia Tech shootings have pushed students and school boards to address campus gun…

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SE coordinator finds intramural successes

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By Michael Eldridge/reporter A lifelong interest in sports brought the SE Campus intramural coordinator to his current position. Starting…

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Haiti child causes aftershock

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The phone rang. Unknown name with an 800-number. It was just another sales call. After all, that’s all who called the house number. Anyone…

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Prepare yourself before you transfer

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By Jackie Bushnell/reporter Transferring from a community college to a university can be stressful, exciting and overwhelming all at once. By…

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SE holds job fair to help students

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor Dress pants, a dress shirt, a resume and a good attitude are the only requirements for the Jan. 27 Back to School…

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South makes cards with elementary school

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By Montreal Spencer/south news editor In an effort to mentor local young girls, the Future Educators Association will help make personalized…

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NE food cart helps chase away dizzies

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By Ashely Bradley/ne news editor Mothers always tell their children to eat breakfast because it is the most important meal of the day. NE Campus…

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Arbor Day Foundation dubs SE as healthy ‘Tree Campus’

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor SE Campus received recognition from the Arbor Day Foundation as a 2009 Tree Campus USA College for striving to keep…

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Spring enrollment sets record

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By Edna Horton/managing editor TCC enrollment for has seen a record increase this spring semester. As of Jan. 22, the district headcount was…

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TCC has financial aid to give

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By Courtney Chipman/reporter Affording an education doesn’t have to be an obstacle for all students. TCC offers many different ways for its…

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Judge questions TCC’s intentions

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief U.S. District Court Judge Terry Means interjected as attorneys questioned TCC’s Interim Chancellor Erma…

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Black History Month calendar

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Feb. 1 TR Campus Black History committee will kick off the month’s celebrations with readings of proclamations by County Commissioner Roy C. Brooks…

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CD Review: The Right Place Zane Williams

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By Joshua Knopp/reporter Zane Williams is a fresh face of country music, his first album Hurry Home having been released just three years ago. His…

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Speaker discusses genetic research

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Sam Rhine, director of the Genetics Education Center will speak on the advancement of genetics Feb. 11 in NE…

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Take heed, learn from mistake

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The empty-holster federal case should give TCC a good lesson in common sense free-speech policies. Kindling an alliance with the American Civil…

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Book Of Eli lacks originality

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Joshua Knopp/ reporter The Book of Eli, despite the hype, has little to make it stand out as a film.  The Book of Eli’s main fault is…

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Photo course offers trips to France, Tuscany, Spain

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  Students with an interest in photography can seize an opportunity to take pictures in a foreign country by taking a trip abroad with…

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Sold paintings bring funding for scholarships

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By Montreal Spencer/south news editor The South Campus art gallery received $3,000 for student scholarships after artist Bill Komodore sold three…

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Board decides against search firms, saves on new building

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief After almost two hours in closed session, the TCC Board of Trustees moved closer toward finding a new…

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Officials point to 4-year financial aid options

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By Dea Ozegovic/reporter With the beginning of the spring semester, students are already making plans for fall. Some will graduate and look for a…

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Women get shaft in some garages

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Here’s an argument for the feminist movement — why do some mechanics feel the need to take advantage of women when it comes to car repair? I…

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NE neurons to fire off in brain research talk

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A noted neuroscientist will visit NE Campus Feb. 4 to discuss her brain research with students. Dr. Janet Zadina, reading specialist and former…

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TCC names Petty, Wells vice chancellors

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By Edna Horton/managing editor Spring at TCC has brought new students and two new vice chancellors. Nina Petty, former vice president of…

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Despite split ends, education rules all

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A young boy wants to donate his hair to charity. Taylor Pugh, a 4-year-old attending Mesquite ISD, is growing his hair long so he can donate it to…

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