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By Sorayda Rivera Student Life Editor Graphic by Molly Swisher Tyler Junior College’s Presidential Honors program is hosting their second annual campuswide Winter Gear Drive until Nov. 20. All items collected for this drive will be given to the residents living in the homeless shelter at the Salvation Army

By Mary Mone Online Editor [mkdf_dropcaps type="square" color="Black" background_color="White"]A[/mkdf_dropcaps]ctive in providing learning and social opportunities, the International Game Developers Association chapter at Tyler Junior College works through professional software to bring their ideas to life. According to, the IGDA is, “the world’s largest nonprofit membership organization serving

TJC came together for Recycling Collection Pickup Day on Nov. 5. On days like today, students, faculty and staff can come together to do their part in an attempt for a better tomorrow. Student organizations like the Dental Studies Student Organization are doing their part

By Karla Vallejo Contributing Writer Photo by Karla Vallejo In America, the Hispanic population is nearly about 60.48 million according to the U.S. Census. In Texas alone there are about 11.1 million Hispanics, according to the U.S. Census.  At TJC, there are different organizations that help students become a

By Mary Mone Online Editor Throughout the semester, Apache Tutoring at Tyler Junior College has been hard at work hosting workshops to help students with their writing techniques.   The workshops cover a variety of topics concerning English, and they are held on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. At 5:30

By Brianna Murphy Staff Writer Photo by Victoria Deal New and returning students may struggle to find a sense of community. Student life provides events and creates life-long connections to help students get the full Tyler Junior College experience. Lauren Tyler, director of student life, coordinates plans that provide

Despite COVID-19, Phi Theta Kappa serves the community through academic fellowship and programs.  Uniting a community of students who wish to achieve academic excellence is the heart of Phi Theta Kappa, according to Gigi Delk, PTK adviser.  “Often, I see people who are trying to be on

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