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By Jessica King Staff Writer COVID-19 has forced students to adapt to a challenging new way of living, both on and off-campus. For Skylar Parker, a freshman striker for Tyler Junior College’s women’s soccer team from Katy, Texas, it is unlike any college experience she could have

By Jessica KingStaff Writer When it comes to adopting a new way to operate this semester, the Baha’i Club is taking on the challenge. In compliance with TJC’s COVID-19 procedures, there will be a Zoom meeting streamed while the in-person meeting is taking place to keep

By Jessica King   Staff Writer Photos by Jessica King Tyler Junior College’s Baptist  Student Ministry is seizing every opportunity to gather together and serve students during  COVID-19. The BSM exists to  help college students grow closer to God, campus and the nations.  The BSM is a diverse student

Photos by Jessica King  Every organization on campus is having to adapt to a new way of interacting this semester, and Overflow is no exception. Overflow is a college ministry organization that is a combination of two churches, Friendly Baptist Church and Central Tyler, who hold

Graphic by Michael Bald Since the Coronavirus pandemic extended into Smith County earlier this year, several COVID-19 testing locations have opened in and around the city of Tyler.  UT Health East Texas will be providing COVID-19 testing to students who are experiencing any respiratory symptoms that may

 TJC Theatre adapts to COVID-19 Photos by Jessica King Tyler Junior College’s performing arts programs, like all programs and classes, are having to think outside the box. According to TJC’s COVID-19 Fall 2020 Plan, all students and faculty will need to wear a face covering to all

I am so thankful to still be able to write and put out content even in this time of adapting to quarantine. I know this situation looks scary and hopeless, but nevertheless, I still believe God is moving in the midst of our fear and