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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Apache baseball gets rocky start

The Tyler Junior College Apaches championship baseball team has gotten off to a rocky start, but that does not mean they will not repeat this year. In conference play their re­cord is 5-7, which is more losses now then they had all last season but it is still early and they have many more games to play.

The next best thing to being there

Hudnall Planetarium is located at the heart of the TJC campus, directly south of the Pirtle Technology Building. Students get free admission with a valid student ID card, too. Hudnall Planetarium recently celebrated Planets Weekend in February. The celebration also fea¬tured programs at UT Tyler's Cowan Center with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, and at the Discovery Science Place in downtown Tyler.

TJC reinstates ‘Maymester’

For the first time in four years, Tyler Junior College will offer 'Maymester' courses this summer. Maymester is a compressed class schedule of four weeks. The compressed timeline allows a student to get, a semester's worth or credits for the class in a shorter time period, but not without the work.