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 Photo by Madison Heiser This fall semester to accommodate to COVID-19 restrictions, Student Senate meetings will be virtual through Zoom. The meetings will be held on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. through Zoom. Zoom meeting links will be on TJC’s OrgSync page.  Student Senate is an organization on

Holley Hall remains closed for normal residency as it is being used for quarantine purposes.   Photos by Cassidy Winborn Tyler Junior College’s Residential Life and Housing is following the college’s safety protocols by taking precautions for students living on campus. Holley Hall, a residential hall located on

 By Alanah Woodward, Mary Mone, and Sorayda Rivera From the beginning of the fall semester until Monday, Sept. 7, there have been 24 confirmed COVID-19 cases on the Tyler Junior College campus, compared to nine cases during the first two weeks after case reporting began in

Graphic by Michael Bald Since the Coronavirus pandemic extended into Smith County earlier this year, several COVID-19 testing locations have opened in and around the city of Tyler.  UT Health East Texas will be providing COVID-19 testing to students who are experiencing any respiratory symptoms that may

 Faculty and staff at Tyler Junior College have raised over $87,000 during the 2020 TJC Employee Campaign.  Paul Prewitt, director of annual giving, oversees this campaign at TJC and was able to provide more information about this fundraising event.  “The Employee Campaign is a participation drive, every

Help TJC meet its 2020 goal Tyler Junior College is continuing its annual 50 Gallon Challenge until Friday, Sept. 11.  For the past nine years, TJC has partnered with Carter BloodCare Center to host the 50 Gallon Challenge where they challenge the community to donate blood. This

 Scrimmages, practices continue per NJCAA guidelines Graphic by Andrea Valdez and Photo by Chris Swann Due to the July 13 decision by the National Junior College Athletic Association, Tyler Junior College will be switching all close-contact fall sports to the spring, including football, men’s and women’s soccer,