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U.S. Marine Corps celebrates 245 years of service

By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor For hundreds of years, the U.S. Marine Corps has trained to improvise, adapt and overcome obstacles in situations where needed....

TJC’s satellite campuses provide opportunities for vocational students

By Mary MoneOnline Editor Photos by Chris Swann Tyler Junior College is home to five campuses that all work together toward a shared goal: “To provide...

Biden projected to win U.S. presidency

Photo courtesy of The Guardian The Associated Press has called the United States presidential race between current President Donald Trump and former Vice President...

TJC offers third-party mental health services to students while few options remain on campus

By Madison HeiserEditor-in-Chief Photo illustration by Victoria Deal Tyler Junior College offers mental health services to its students through its on-campus counseling office, located on the...

Apache Belles dance through fall COVID-19

The Apache Belles, like many other on-campus organizations, are experiencing challenges as they continue to uphold 73 years of excellence, according to Jasilyn Schaefer,...

Review: ‘The Boys’ season two delivers the punches mostly

By Michael Bald Entertainment Editor For the past decade, the cinema has been plagued with superhero stories. It’s almost impossible to go into a theatre or...

Potential Presidential Platforms

The 2020 Presidential Election trudges ever closer. With early voting underway and the Nov. 3 primary election date nearing, it’s vital to be informed...

How to handle COVID-19, Halloween this year

By Alanah Woodard Contributing Writer Trying to enjoy Halloween during a pandemic is challenging. Being safe is important and is...

Don’t forget to vote by Nov. 3

It’s a tough time to be a first-time voter right now. Campaign billboards, commercials, lawn signs and other people’s political opinions can feel like...

Battling for Better Bites

Students with dietary needs find few options at campus cafeteria By Madison Heiser and Alanah Woodard Having dietary restrictions can be challenging when finding places that...

Spooktacular Halloween Movies

By Marie SalazarSocial Media Editor As the spooky season rolls around and the time to hit the streetsto trick-or-treat arises, many remain worried for the...

Hispanic Heritage Month

A look at influential people throughout history By Andrea Valdez Broadcast News Director Text graphic by Sorayda Rivera and Andrea Valdez Hispanic Heritage Month began as a month...

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