"Blaming a late assignment on a dead physicist usually doesn't fly."
As I wrestled my third Diet Coke of the day from the unyielding machine lurking in the recesses of Potter Hall, I had a thought. The powers-that-be should consider replacing, or at least supplementing, TJC's army of 20 ounce bottle Coke machines with 12 ounce can machines.
TJC's men's and women's golf teams are ready to take a swing at the second half of their seasons by picking up where they left off in the fall semester. In the fall, both men and women were first place three times out of the five times they played. They are led by TJC alum and head coach, Sandy Terry.
All Tyler Junior College athletic organizations have one thing in common, the need for adequate athletic training.