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Apache Belles performs to lift TJC’s spirits during pandemic

By McKinley Gregg Contributing Writer The Tyler Junior College Apache Belles Spring Show will be at 7 p.m. March 25 and 2 p.m. and 7 p.m....

PATHway to Comfort provides food to the Tyler community

By Andrea Valdez Broadcast Director Photo by Chris Swann Tyler Junior College and People Attempting to Help have partnered to work with students and bring them resources...

Texas reopens, sparks mixed emotions

By Marie Salazar Social Media Editor Photo by Chris Swann Gov. Greg Abbott announced his decision to open Texas 100% and to remove the statewide mask mandate...

Gov. Greg Abbott visits Tyler concerning Senate Bill 12

By Brianna Murphy News Editor Photo by Chris Swann Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Sen. Bryan Hughes announced support of Senate Bill 12 at a recent press...

Women’s History Month: Five Females Who Made Their Mark

By Madison Heiser Editor-in-Chief Graphic by Mary Mone March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, which serves to honor and educate individuals about the achievements of...

Local Jeep Club Transports Hospital Workers During Snowstorm

By Ashley Wilkinson Images Courtesy by Amanda Heichelheim A man hobbles out of the hospital using one hand to wheel along his oxygen tank and the...

HTeaO brews up new beverage options for Tyler community

By Jessica King Staff Writer Pictures by Victoria Deal HTeaO, an individually owned sweet tea franchise, is opening its doors this spring on Fifth Street across from...

Texas African American Museum preserves local and national history

By Andrea Valdez Broadcast News Director Photo by Andrea Valdez The Texas African American Museum is a new attraction in Tyler that started to educate and inform...

Black Student Association welcomes all to join

By Madison Heiser Editor-in-Chief Photo courtesy of the Black Student Association The Tyler Junior College Black Student Association was formed in 2009 as a support organization directed...

Review: ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ stuns

By Chris Crymes Entertainment Editor Image courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures There has been no shortage of narratives on racial injustice over the past year. With the...

President Biden proceeds on plans to prevent climate change

By Brianna Murphy News Editor The Biden administration seeks climate crisis relief while Texas Gov. Greg Abbott believes it threatens the Texas economy. Within his first months...

Collaborative Bell Tower Arts Journal features student work

By Ashley Wilkinson Contributing Writer The beloved Bell Tower chimes every half hour. It creates a symphony with the drum beat of students typing lecture notes...

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