By Jaelon Mitchell Staff Writer A new software program at TJC will help students get ready for job interviews, officials say. “Interview Stream is an up-and-coming website that TJC has just recently started, and I am really excited to see how the students will use this new resource

Every semester the Business Management degree requires its students to participate in the Leadership Class, who’s job is to learn about leadership through a major project. This semester, the students have chosen to work with the Make-A-Wish foundation and support nine-year-old Caleb who is battling

By Stefany OstienStaff Writer Walking into Stanley’s on a Thursday night there’s a heavy smell of spices and smoked meat as you step in to join the 26 person long line with some bald middle-aged man in front of you complaining about how long he’s

While some students like to relax and binge on Netflix during spring break, some students decided that this spring break would be different. After hearing about the opportunity in summer orientation, Honor Student Erin

Nestled down on the first floor of White Administration, behind a black door with a glaring red sign that says "Restricted area," is the team that keeps TJC running. The Information Technology (I.T.) department is made up of the people TJC students and faculty lean

Although it’s never been done before, it goes on all the time. “When we started the Bell Tower, it was always my goal to maybe expand it into an arts festival,” English professor and Department Chair of the Humanities, Dr. Linda Gary said. “We’ve got the

By Bianca BranhamManaging EditorDr. Juan Mejia sat on is amber, leather love seat in his office on the third floor of the White Administration building. His keepsake, black Pandora bracelet dangled around his wrist just below the cuff of his well tailored suit. Dr. Mejia's

Rain slid down the windows of a silver Infiniti parked alone at a rest area just outside of Tyler. Inside, 22-year-old Tyler Junior College student Montana Hadin lay staring at the ceiling of his old four-door car lost in thought when a sudden chill drew