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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

Holley Hall remains closed for normal residency as it is being used for quarantine purposes.   Photos by Cassidy Winborn Tyler Junior College’s Residential Life and Housing is following the college’s safety protocols by taking precautions for students living on campus. Holley Hall, a residential hall located on

Photo by Chris Swann and graphic by Madison Heiser One essential supply nearly every college student must purchase is textbooks. In an era of increasingly digitized media, textbooks are becoming more available in the form of ebooks and bundles requiring single-use access codes. Considering countless students

Help TJC meet its 2020 goal Tyler Junior College is continuing its annual 50 Gallon Challenge until Friday, Sept. 11.  For the past nine years, TJC has partnered with Carter BloodCare Center to host the 50 Gallon Challenge where they challenge the community to donate blood. This

 The first year of college is an opportunity to discover new experiences, to meet different people and to expand horizons. However, this year has brought on its fair share of challenges to overcome, especially for those finishing high school and starting college in the middle

 TJC Theatre adapts to COVID-19 Photos by Jessica King Tyler Junior College’s performing arts programs, like all programs and classes, are having to think outside the box. According to TJC’s COVID-19 Fall 2020 Plan, all students and faculty will need to wear a face covering to all

Photo by Chris Swann Disability services are available at Tyler Junior College for students with a disability who require accommodations in order to have a more successful college experience. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires public colleges and universities to provide reasonable and appropriate