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This is the third feature in a series highlighting the "unsung heroes" of TJC. Amber was selected for her work in TRIO Student Support Services. Photo by Chris Swann. College can be a difficult time for most, and even more so without the help of a

There is a scene in the movie “Selena” where Selena Quintanilla and her father Abraham discuss potentially doing an interview in Mexico. While Selena is excited to do the interview, her father is not as excited that she will be doing the interview in Spanish.

A look at influential people throughout history By Andrea Valdez Broadcast News Director Text graphic by Sorayda Rivera and Andrea Valdez Hispanic Heritage Month began as a month of observance on Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to recognize the accomplishments and influences of the Hispanic community in the U.S.

By Andrea ValdezBroadcast News Director Photos by Cassidy Noelle Every year, Student Senate hold elections through OrgSync at the beginning of September to elect the new officers for the school year. This year elections were held Sep. 15-16. The newly elected officers were sworn into office at

Story and Photo By Andrea Valdez Broadcast News Director Over the summer, while most students were quarantining at home trying to make light of a difficult time, some students dedicated their time to tackling online summer classes. Often with online classes, there tends to be some bumps

 Photo by Madison Heiser This fall semester to accommodate to COVID-19 restrictions, Student Senate meetings will be virtual through Zoom. The meetings will be held on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. through Zoom. Zoom meeting links will be on TJC’s OrgSync page.  Student Senate is an organization on

Holley Hall remains closed for normal residency as it is being used for quarantine purposes.   Photos by Cassidy Winborn Tyler Junior College’s Residential Life and Housing is following the college’s safety protocols by taking precautions for students living on campus. Holley Hall, a residential hall located on

 The first year of college is an opportunity to discover new experiences, to meet different people and to expand horizons. However, this year has brought on its fair share of challenges to overcome, especially for those finishing high school and starting college in the middle

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