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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,

Campus recycling efforts rely on volunteerism to flourish Featured graphic by Molly Swisher According to recent data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Americans generated 267.8 million tons of trash in 2017, of  which 139.6 million tons ended up in  landfills. More than 38% of this waste  consisted of

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

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

TJC hosting 9th annual '50 Gallon Challenge' blood drive Tyler Junior College is partnering with Carter Blood Care for the ninth year to host the “50 Gallon Challenge” blood drive. This year’s challenge began on March 30 and will continue daily from 10 a.m. to 6

Looking to volunteer and help out the planet? Volunteers from Tyler and surrounding towns showed up at Faulkner Park in Tyler and planted more than 20 trees on Jan. 25. Coming up on Feb. 8, an Arbor Day event will be hosted at TJC North

Anna Grace Drewett Staff Writer Shurrell Wiebe, an instructor and director for the Pre-Professional Modern Program at TJC’s Academy of Dance, invites everyone to come out and watch the dancers perform Beauty and The Beast. There are going to be a lot of fun and interesting aspects to