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 Overflow Tyler is a ministry for college students that strives to make the Gospel of Jesus Christ known on local college campuses. The ministry comprises students from both TJC and the University of Texas at Tyler who share in the same mission as the organization.

Hannah Horton Editor-in-Chief Three Tyler colleges are coming together to help the community through the first East Texas Big Event. The East Texas Big Event is a collaboration between TJC, UT Tyler, and Texas College. Several larger universities across the state host their own “Big Events,” days when students commit to

Every time I start to write this, I can only think of cliches--like how time flies and how it's hard to believe that my time at TJC is already coming to an end. Well, I guess I'll have to accept that that's how all farewell

Hannah Horton Editor-in-Chief Honors students in the Fairytale Theatre class have spent the semester getting ready to present classic fairytales to local elementary school students. Each fall and spring semester, one section of Fairytale Theatre is open to students within the Presidential Honors Program. The course is taught by theatre

Hannah Horton Editor-in-Chief A TJC student recently won a national graphic design contest. Sophomore Cody Brenner will have his work featured on the program cover for the 2020 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence. NISOD is “a membership organization committed

Hannah Horton Editor-in-Chief TJC will be hosting the fourth annual Health and Wellness Expo this month. According to Lauren Tyler, Director of Student Life, the event aims to help students and community members to live healthier lives and learn more about vendors in the Tyler area. “College students sometimes become a

Hannah Horton Editor-in-Chief Theatre TJC is preparing to bring “Pippin” to Jean Browne Theatre. The musical features song by Stephen Schwartz and tells the story of a young prince, Pippin, who searches for adventure and meaning in his life. TJC’s production is directed by theatre professor Dr. David W.

Brandon Highlander Sports Editor If you like basketball, have a few friends that do too, and love to compete and have fun, the Black Student Association has an annual event that caters to you. The BSA will be holding Courtyard Madness in Gentry Gym of the OHPE