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Interview and photo by Charlotte Jones Contributing Writer What’s your favorite part about TJC?  Oh gosh, there are so many things. I think I like that it is a big school, but it has the community feeling of a smaller school where people can develop close relationships, whether

Apache Archives is a recurring historical article featuring a timeline of anniversary events for a week. There will be a weekly spotlight interviewing TJC faculty and students or community members on the impact of a highlighted historical event. Waco siege still leaves a mark, decades in its

By Yasmeli Alonso Sports Editor The Joseph Z. and Louise H. Ornelas Health and Physical Education Center opened in 1986 and is a recreational center open to the community and available to TJC students when needed. For those who are more of a recreational activities person, the OHPE

By Zariah Hollmon  Contributing Writer The spring division of TJC’s intramural sports is hosting a new event next month. The new game is a seven versus seven game of soccer on March 23 at the intramural field. The time is unknown. The soccer tournament is one opportunity among

By Madison Heiser Copy Editor Growing up as one of the “gifted and talented” kids in school, I held high standards for myself once I reached my time to decide which college to attend. I felt as though I had to prove my value as an academic,

By Larry Adisa Contributing Writer The Apache Chiefs perform service projects and host campus events every year as leaders on campus. Kyleigh Havir, a returning chief, helps find projects and brainstorm ideas each semester. A service project has been scheduled for the spring semester as part of

By Sorayda Rivera Contributing Writer As a student, traveling might be something that doesn’t come easy; time and money may pose some issues. Tyler Junior College offers an opportunity for students and community members to travel. TJC’s travel study program offers trips to Greece, Costa

By Madison Heiser On the evening of April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., stood on the second floor balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. Approximately one hour later, he was pronounced dead from a bullet wound at the age of 39. Officials