Any health care plan needed

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The Affordable Health Care for America Act was introduced in summer 2009. To say it has been hotly debated since is a gross understatement. Amid…

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TR students debate Black History Month’s purpose

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By Andrea Conley/tr news editor Faculty, administrators, students and even a county judge enjoyed a special lunch and a live jazz/R&B…

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Speaker discusses brain research

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By Lauren Goff/reporter Brain research has come a long way as scientists learn how to use it in new ways of learning in the classroom, a NE Campus…

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Professor talks black history

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Texas Wesleyan University associate law professor Jason Gillmer, who received his Master of Laws degree from…

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Genetics expert speaks about new findings

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By Brittany Dickey/reporter With new discoveries in genetics, cancer can be cured in four years, a genetic expert told NE students last…

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Community at a Glance

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Now-Feb. 18 South Campus closes Dream a Little Dream art show in the Carillon Gallery of the Joe B. Rushing Performing Arts Center. Anne Albagli, a…

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Creative writing instructor debuts published poetry book

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor English associate professor Rebecca Balcárcel published a book of poetry, Palabras in Each Fist, in…

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Gathering facts to form opinions

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My opinion, I don’t like to hear opinions. Please give me the facts and let me draw my own conclusions. I aaonce asked a deli worker how the…

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NE instructors teach relationships

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By Megan Saint-John/reporter In all stages of a relationship, students need to ask themselves and their significant others important…

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Apple’s $$ iPad worth the price

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Steve Jobs must live by the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Since the Jan. 27 announcement of the iPad, many Apple consumers…

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Students embrace snow but not attending classes

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor Students on TCC campuses still had to show up for classes Thursday even though a thick blanket of white snow…

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CD Review: Lil Wayne Rebirth

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By Diana Silva/reporter Lil Wayne’s new album Rebirth hit the stores Feb. 2, and this rock music debut shows a new persona. Lil Wayne is said…

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Cheerleaders to join NW Military Days

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By Bethany Peterson/nw news editor Students can get all those questions about the armed services answered and then talk to the Dallas Mavericks…

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Speaker dispels myths about heart disease

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By Shelly Williams/editor-in-chief It’s a message that even presidents must understand, cardiologist Sreenivas Gudimetla said in the…

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Names and Events

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Feb. 17 Chris Carcerano, center for academic success coordinator, presents How to Talk to Faculty and Others 12:30-2 p.m. in SACA 1120 on South…

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Rome-antic comedy lovable

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By Allison Dooley/reporter When In Rome appeared to be another typical Hollywood romantic comedy where girl meets boy and falls in love with…

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TR students to learn motivation tips

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Students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in a half-day leadership summit entitled Moving Your Constipated Vision — Motivating…

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Former student turns hearing disability into art

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By Ashley Bradley/ne news editor Janet Morrow, a former TCC student, creates art using all types of media hoping to communicate her ideas in any…

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Travolta pulls trigger again

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By Joshua Knopp/reporter Most movies are put together with cameras, microphones and a whole lot of money. From Paris with Love, however, was…

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Military women inspire South play

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By Montreal Spencer/south news editor South Campus is beginning the celebration of Women’s History Month early with the play Medea 4: The…

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District focuses on next five years

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By Edna Horton and Marley Malenfant TCC is planning the future through several community meetings. Gary Cumbie, interim executive assistant to…

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Homeland shapes Madani’s teaching

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By Diana Silva/reporter A young Hamed Madani listened to his father talk about history and events of the day at the dinner table in Kabul,…

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SE speaker to discuss genealogy

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By Rema Atiya/se news editor SE Campus is holding African-American Genealogy, a presentation and exhibit by Debbie McKelvy, noon-1:30 p.m. Feb. 22…

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NW band strives to keep jazz alive

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By Bethany Peterson/reporter Jazz music is alive and well on NW Campus, and the players are ready to show their stuff. The Faculty Jazz Concert…

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Audience Frozen with fear

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By Joshua Knopp/reporter The scariest monster is a common grey wolf. The most explicit gore is a broken bone. But Frozen is riveting. At…

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Black History Month calendar

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Now-Feb. 19 South Campus will host an art exhibit Celebrating African-American History during library hours in Drake Study Break Café in Jenkins…

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Sparks’ Dear John pushes viewers to grab the hankie

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By Sandy hill/reporter Dear John is Nicholas Sparks’ fifth book to hit the screens since his first, Message in a Bottle, was released in…

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SE students learn signs of depression

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By Diana silva/reporter Anxiety and depression are common among college students, counselor Michael Eason explained at his seminar Feb. 9 on SE…

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Everyone needs a thank you

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Joe Franke is a hero for his hockey team — the Fort Wayne, Ind., Komets. A movie will be made about him. He led his team to the 2003 Colonial…

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SE offers new literary magazine

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By Marley Malenfant/reporter Students looking to gain publication experience and submit their artwork can do so with Pennie Boyett’s SE Campus…

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