By Madison Heiser
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The 182nd anniversary of the Killough Massacre near Jacksonville, Texas, fell on Oct. 5. The 1838 slaying of 18 settlers by individuals in Native American attire is still shrouded in mystery – responsibility for the murders is still
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The 2021-22 Free Application for Federal Student Aid opened on Oct. 1. The application is available to all college students in search of grants, loans and work-study opportunities for the coming school year.According to the financial aid page on the Tyler Junior College
By Madison Heiser
Boys don’t cry. They hate the color pink. They love sports and cars, and they have to hold their alcohol. They’re the breadwinners, the handymen, the logicians. That’s just the way things are.
Of course, none of these things are true. At least, not
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The testing center is located on the second floor of Rogers Student Center on TJC's main campus. The center also provides testing services for standardized exams such as the TSI, CLEP, and GED exams.
Tyler Junior College has made changes to its
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As Americans’ party affiliations and ideologies become increasingly polarized as the next presidential election approaches, voting (specifically among younger citizens) has become even more essential to preserve the functionality of the U.S.’ political system.
According to a June 2020 study by the
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One essential supply nearly every college student must purchase is textbooks. In an era of increasingly digitized media, textbooks are becoming more available in the form of ebooks and bundles requiring single-use access codes. Considering countless students
5 ways TJC is responding to COVID-19
With Tyler Junior College beginning the fall semester, the school is working to ensure the safety of its staff and students throughout the semester. TJC has made a number of changes to its operations and physical layout to accommodate
Tyler Junior College officials are working toward plans to hold in-person classes as normal for the fall semester, which begins Aug. 24.
According to TJC Director of Public Affairs and Media Relations Rebecca Sanders, TJC will offer both in-person and online classes for the fall semester.