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By Jessica King Staff Writer COVID-19 has forced students to adapt to a challenging new way of living, both on and off-campus. For Skylar Parker, a freshman striker for Tyler Junior College’s women’s soccer team from Katy, Texas, it is unlike any college experience she could have

Photo by Mary Mone The Ornelas Health and Physical Education Center at Tyler Junior College is closed for recreational purposes for the remainder of the Coronavirus health crisis, but the center is offering instructional and classroom access. The OHPE was open during the summer with restrictions, such

 Matthew Beecher is from London, England, and began playing tennis at the age of 8. He chose to move thousands of miles away from home to come to TJC because he wanted to go to a good junior college where he could continue playing. Also,

 Heidi Mueller is an international soccer player at TJC. While she has been playing soccer since she was 4 years old, she decided to bring her love of the sport to TJC moving from Auerbach, Germany.  One of Mueller’s friends, who was in the TJC soccer

Robert NaylorNews/Sports Editor The spring semester not only marks the end of the school year, but also plays host to various championship teams’ part of the TJC sports arsenal. In quick summation, each team has had a remarkable season, bringing sense to the fact that each team has

Robert NaylorNews Editor Tyler Junior College’s softball team has garnished a lot of attention, opening its season with a record of 37-5 in Coach Maria Winn-Ratlif’s 3rd season. Since Winn-Ratlif’s introduction as head coach for the TJC softball team in 2016, steady improvement has surrounded the program. In comparison to last

Robert NaylorNews Editor             Tyler Junior College’s baseball team is on a path to reach the national championship, as is expected of the players that come to play for the illustrious sports program.             Many student athletes approach the baseball team at Tyler Junior College as it offers an opportunity to join

Brandon Highlander Sports Editor If you like basketball, have a few friends that do too, and love to compete and have fun, the Black Student Association has an annual event that caters to you. The BSA will be holding Courtyard Madness in Gentry Gym of the OHPE

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