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Story and photo by Sorayda RiveraStudent Life Editor For students wanting to get more involved with student life at school or just looking for something to do, Tyler Junior College has more than 40 organizations to choose from. The Green Committee, Hispanic Student Organization, International Game

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 of observance on Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to recognize the accomplishments and influences of the Hispanic community in the U.S.

By Andrea ValdezBroadcast News Director Photos by Cassidy Noelle Every year, Student Senate hold elections through OrgSync at the beginning of September to elect the new officers for the school year. This year elections were held Sep. 15-16. The newly elected officers were sworn into office at

By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor Graphic by Madison Heiser Tyler Junior College’s Academic Success Coaching provides students with a personal success coach to aid students toward a victorious academic journey. Academic Success Coaching is a fairly new program at TJC. It’s a free service for students where faculty

By Emily Niebuhr   Student Life Editor Photos by Cassidy Winborn At Tyler Junior College there is something beautiful behind  Potter Hall and the Genecov Science Building where students  pass by. It is TJC’s own garden, which has grown since it began  in January 2017.  Dr. Ryan Button, professor of

By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor Academic coaching, understanding financial literacy, transfer information and teaching students how to use the resources on campus are on the list of services provided by TRIO. All services provided are free for TRIO students. TRIO is a program derived to help students

Photos by Jessica King  Every organization on campus is having to adapt to a new way of interacting this semester, and Overflow is no exception. Overflow is a college ministry organization that is a combination of two churches, Friendly Baptist Church and Central Tyler, who hold

 Photos by Emily Niebuhr Tyler Junior College’s tutoring services is open with new COVID-19 procedures. According to Danna Baggett, director of the Tutoring Services, COVID-19 procedures are in place at the TJC tutoring center such as physical distancing.  “They do have tables set up with plexiglass in between