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Tyler has a number of events, programs and organizations that work to help raise awareness of local art. Places like Café Tazza on Old Bullard Road display art every Thursday, and there are countless numbers of art showings around Tyler Junior College and downtown Tyler.
In the early hours of an August morning, I determinedly waited. I sat in anticipation as I watched a student walking from a building to an overflowing parking lot. Unfortunately, I wasn't alone. I notice four other students eyeing my parking spot. It was time for a show down.
By Brittany Weatherspoon Staff Writer Student Senate is evaluating a complete ban of tobacco use on campus In an open forum on Jan. 29, students raised the...
Students of Tyler Junior College have mixed feelings about Barack Obama's presidency. He was officially sworn in on Jan. 20, 2009, as the 44th President of the United States. Susanne Moore, part-time librarian assistant, said she caught different segments of the airing of the Inauguration.
On March 6, the Tyler Junior College Men's Soccer Team will face St. Edwards on the Pat Hartley Field. This will be the first of four games for the spring. "We haven't played in a long time, but we've been training hard and have a good attitude going into this game," Goal Keeper Ben Paneccasio said.
HACKENSACK, N.J. _ The global reach and flexibility of the Internet is fueling brisk growth in online college classes, and those numbers are expected to grow as the recession encourages numerous workers to continue their education. "The courses can be accessed from any place, at any time," said Ken Vehrkens, dean of Anthony J.
As a feminist, women rights is a very delicate subject for me. As a daughter of immigrant parents, immigration is a delicate subject for...
Students who would like to have hands on experience with the computer gaming and programming industry, are invited to join the ACM club at TJC. ACM, Association for Computing Machinery, is a national organization that promotes interest and use of computers for not only school, but also work and play.
Hi! My name is Hannah Horton, and I am excited to be the new Student Life Editor for The DrumBeat. I have been interested...
By Alejandra HurtadoSpanish EditorTJC will celebrate the upcoming 26th annual International Day with a celebration of cultural diversity. "When I was first hired at TJC...
Off to a winning start, the first-ranked TJC Men's Soccer Team is hoping to continue their streak into district and regional tournaments later this fall.
The Mystery of the Garden of Gethsemane The Olive Press explores what might have taken place in the garden
Quanae Miller Student Life Editor When reading about the Garden of Gethsemane, whether if you read from...
"I've been shot." Those are the words that the father of one of the victims in the South Mountain Community College shooting heard when his daughter called him from her cell phone on July 2008.
Julia Contarelli Editor-in-Chief UPDATE: According to the TJC Press Statement, TJC Campus Police has also issued warrants for two other individuals. Nine other students face Student Code...
Before class, between class, and after class at TJC there is definitely a cure for hunger. There are many places to eat across campus including Rogers Student Center Cafeteria, The Apache Trading Post, Fort Apache in Ornelas Hall, and The Java Cup located next to the on-campus bookstore.
While the Tyler Junior College Apaches came back to win from an 11 point deficit to beat Kilgore College 24 -21, there was another group of football players watching from the stands. The 1957-58 TJC Apache Football team came to show their support at Homecoming and also do some catching up with their old friends.
When Charles Smith joined the military America was in a time of peace. The assistant athletic director at Tyler Junior College joined in order to receive financial help to pay for college.
By Julia Contarelli Staff Writer "TJC have been closing the gaps on the percentage of Hispanic kids that graduate here since 2000," said Hassan Nidia, Tyler...
Lord. Have. Mercy. The latest gross-out horror movie, ‘Evil Dead,’ rated R and released April 5, drags you to hell and back and dares you...
A statewide ban on cell phone use in school zones will take effect Sept. 1. The ban prohibits talking and texting on a cell phone, unless it is done through a hands-free device in school zones.
Sarah Feder is both a Chapel Hill Bulldog and TJC Apache thanks to more than just her dual credit courses. ...
ue to advance box office sales, Thornton Wilder's classic "Our Town," the third play of the Rogers Children's Theatre season, is being moved into the Braithwaite Theatre. Often referred to as Wilder's best-known work, it won the Pulitzer Prize in 1938. This particular production will be guest directed by Tyler resident Robin Root, who is making her directorial debut at Tyler Civic Theatre.
By Karaline HarrellStaff WriterImagine having classes five days a week but never having guaranteed or...
With the icy storms, treacherous rains and sprinkles of hail, many communities across East Texas have either postponed their annual festivals or completely cancelled...
Former Apache wide receiver Johnny Knox was selected by the Chicago Bears in the 5th round as the 140th overall pick in this years NFL draft. While still wearing the black and gold, Knox grabbed All-Southwest Conference and second team All-American honors as he led the NJCAA in touchdowns and yards-per-catch in 2006.
The Tyler Junior College Cadet Program may not be the most well known organization at TJC, but it certainly has a big impact on...
Residence Hall Association is hosting “Dunk a Professor” fundraiser tomorrow at 2-4:30 pm. The dunk booth will be between Vaughn and Holly Hall on October...
By Stephen Nunnelee Staff Writer The steady clank of chains hitting metal posts rings through Lindsey Park as the Rose City Disc Club members prepare for...
With the growing number of students at TJC and the new addition of the Louise H. and Joseph Z. Ornelas residence hall, the safety of the students in the dorms and on campus is a growing concern for some students. With roughly 1,000 students now living on campus coming from various backgrounds and experiences, some of the recent fights and incidents on campus may be inevitable.
Ben Savallo Sports Editor Ever since the opening of the regular season back in November, TJC's women's basketball team has been one of momentum and isn't...
The voting is complete and TJC Board Place 9 will have a runoff between Melinda Coker & Rohn Boone.
Like many institutions across the country, the market for international students has increased at TJC. The market for foreign exchange students has become highly competitive in recent years. The stronger development of higher education in other countries is forcing colleges and universities to compete for the interest of foreign students.
The other night, I was scrolling through Facebook as usual when all of the sudden...
The wind started to blow as rain beat on rooftops like a big bad wolf....
Texas, along with many other states, has a problem with students enrolling and succeeding into higher education. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in the 1960s, one in five college students dropped out before receiving their degree. In 2000, the dropout rate rose to every one in three students.
A press conference was held at the Tyler Fire Department on Sunday to release information about the blaze that damaged four downtown Tyler businesses on Feb. 2.
The Bell Tower is getting a new look for 2009. The first color editions of The Bell Tower Student Arts Journal will premiere in the spring semester. The Bell Tower was established in 2006, by Dr. Linda Gary and will be distributing its third publication this spring, said Sarah Harrison, instructor and English Department Chair.
A pizza deliveryman was robbed at gunpoint last night at Village at the U. The...
I just watched Allegiant. You didn’t hear this, but I just laughed out loud again...
REMEMBERING THE PAST- Admissions Record Technician Sharon Watson looks at the names placed on the memorial in the W.C. Windsor Plaza after the Founders Day Memorial Ceremony held Sept. 17.
"Star of the Magi" is the Christmas astronomy show that gives a scientific and theoretical explanation for the star that appeared over Bethlehem the night Jesus Christ was born, according to the Bible. Tom Hooten, director of the Hudnall Planetarium on TJC campus, brought the show to the planetarium about four years ago.
On Oct. 24, the TJC Alumni Association will honor the 2009 recipients of three special awards handed out each year during homecoming festivities.
Tyler Junior College participates in many sports that are available in the district except for women's softball, and as of spring 2010, no other plans have been made to bring that sport to TJC. The decision was made to develop a women's soccer team instead because all of the facilities were already built.