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For a lot of students who go to junior college, their decision to attend was initially met with questions as to why or concerns of if they would be getting a valid education. I think there are many misconceptions of junior college that no one

By Mary MoneOnline Editor Photos by Chris Swann & graphic by Mary Mone Study spots on the Tyler Junior College campus are plentiful, such as the library, the tables in Jenkins and even the outside furniture along the walkways, but if students ever want different study scenery,

By Mary MoneOnline Editor In the words of Marilyn Monroe, “If you can’t handle me at my worst, then you don’t deserve me at my best.” I have been thinking about the contents of this quote a lot recently. Normally, it is said in some weird

By Mary Mone Piece by piece, the Texas Museum of Art is a source for not only the Tyler Junior College community but also the Tyler community to enrich their lives with art from all over Texas.  Current exhibitions, Bits and Pieces by Al  Souza, and From

By Mary Mone Online Editor Photos by Chris Swann Always fascinated by challenges, Mark Gartman has traveled all over the United States and into Monterrey, Mexico, in search of renovations to tackle. After years working for his own business, Gartman now serves as the director of facilities and

 Scrimmages, practices continue per NJCAA guidelines Graphic by Andrea Valdez and Photo by Chris Swann Due to the July 13 decision by the National Junior College Athletic Association, Tyler Junior College will be switching all close-contact fall sports to the spring, including football, men’s and women’s soccer,

 Among changes winter guard, drumline begin rehearsals  Photos by Chris Swann Due to the Coronavirus, marching season for the Apache Band, like football season, is moved to the spring semester. Because of this, the regular spring classes like indoor drumline, winter guard and symphonic band have been moved

 Photos courtesy of TJC In place of graduations this past spring, Tyler Junior College held 24 ceremonies for graduating students on Aug. 12-14 and made history by presenting its first 12 bachelor of applied technology degrees. There were 441 graduates who were included in these graduation ceremonies.