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TJC came together for Recycling Collection Pickup Day on Nov. 5. On days like today, students, faculty and staff can come together to do their part in an attempt for a better tomorrow. Student organizations like the Dental Studies Student Organization are doing their part

By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor Photo by Sorayda Rivera On a shelf of a small corner office, a hand painted mug and a note from a former student sit casually. The note is written on a small piece of torn yellow notebook paper and it shares the

By Sorayda Rivera  Student Life Editor It’s astonishing to believe how this year is almost over. 2020 for most has seemed like a never-ending nightmare. The good news is we are just weeks away from saying goodbye to all of the torment and craziness this year has

By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor Registration for winter and spring begins on Nov. 15.  Students can register for classes by logging into their Apache Access account. From the student home page, click the “Add/Drop Classes” icon.  Next, select the term needed. Students can search for classes by

By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor For hundreds of years, the U.S. Marine Corps has trained to improvise, adapt and overcome obstacles in situations where needed. This Nov. 10 marks the 245th birthday of the Marine Corps. Retired veteran Master Sgt. Michael Evans from Houston said he decided

Story and photo by Sorayda RiveraStudent Life Editor For students wanting to get more involved with student life at school or just looking for something to do, Tyler Junior College has more than 40 organizations to choose from. The Green Committee, Hispanic Student Organization, International Game

By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor Graphic by Madison Heiser Tyler Junior College’s Academic Success Coaching provides students with a personal success coach to aid students toward a victorious academic journey. Academic Success Coaching is a fairly new program at TJC. It’s a free service for students where faculty

Interview and photo by Sorayda Rivera Q: What is your major?A: I am a psychology major. Q: What made you decide to enroll at TJC?A: I wanted to help more veterans dealing with issues like most of us do. It got hard to see all the issues