Let’s Flush the HB2 Law Down the Toilet

North Carolina and Mississippi recently fueled fire among the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer {and/or questioning} individuals/identities) communities and allies around the United States. On March 23, North Carolina passed House Bill 2 called the Public Facilities Privacy and... Read more »

What are the Benefits of a Gap Year?

Shaydi Paramore, Staff Writer

Congratulations, you’re about to graduate from high school! Now it’s time to start applying to a million scholarships and to your dream college. Hopefully you use your...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Earth Day Festivities at TVCC

Shaydi Paramore, Staff Writer

The Science Club is hosting its fourth-annual Earth Day festival and Egg Catapult Competition on Thursday, April 21st from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The festival will be held on th...  Read More »

April 19, 2016

Science Club holds annual Forenics Workshop

Science Club holds annual Forenics Workshop

Shaydi Paramore, Staff Writer

On February 26th, science and crime scene aficionados were granted the exciting task to learn and use standard law enforcement techniques to collect and document evidence, inte...  Read More »

April 18, 2016

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What are the Benefits of a Gap Year?

Shaydi Paramore, Staff Writer

Congratulations, you’re about to graduate from high school! Now it’s time to start applying to a million scholarships and to your dream college. Hopefully you use your resume and essay to dazzle an admissions counselor in making the choice to have you attend the school. But with writing constant essays and with the idea of not being accepted crawls in the back of ...  Read More »

May 4

Earth Day Festivities at TVCC

Shaydi Paramore, Staff Writer

The Science Club is hosting its fourth-annual Earth Day festival and Egg Catapult Competition on Thursday, April 21st from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The festival will be held on the Athens campus in the McDonald plaza in front of the Andrew Gibbs building. The Science Club hopes to educate the campus about Earth Day and “green living” while involving students in tons of f...  Read More »

Apr 19

Science Club holds annual Forenics Workshop

Science Club holds annual Forenics Workshop

Shaydi Paramore, Staff Writer

On February 26th, science and crime scene aficionados were granted the exciting task to learn and use standard law enforcement techniques to collect and document evidence, inte...  Read More »

Apr 18

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Small Town Problems

Small Town Problems

Florentina Landaverde, Staff Writer

There are a lot of mixed emotions about a small town. Mine are quite simple. Small towns suck and for various reasons. For starters, the dating scene is close to nonexistent....  Read More »

April 18, 2016

Celebrating Record Store Day

Celebrating Record Store Day

Shaydi Paramore, Staff Writer

Collecting records can become an art, but it starts with knowing how to create your record collection. With the help of Record Store Day, this Saturday, you may be able to p...  Read More »

April 13, 2016

Crash and Burn of Chipotle

March 16, 2016

Most employees are guilty of going into work while being sick at some point of time In the restaurant industry, going...  Read More »

Leapin’ Lizards: Working on Annie

February 3, 2016

Have you ever considered working as a stagehand or stage tech for a Broadway show? After getting the chance to work as a el...  Read More »

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Let’s Flush the HB2 Law Down the Toilet

TVCC News Journal Staff

North Carolina and Mississippi recently fueled fire among the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer {and/or questioning} individuals/identities) communities...  Read More »

April 27, 2016

Social Media Addiction

News Journal Staff

Social media can affect people in many ways. It began as a medium for communication but it has changed to being a distraction and a form of false sense of confidence. Social...  Read More »

April 25, 2016

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Most employees are guilty of going into work while being sick at some point of time In the restaurant industry, going...  Read More »

Racism and responsibility

November 9, 2015

The University of Missouri's school president stepped down today amidst race-related controversy on campus. Tim Wolfe, under pressure to resign from his position after multiple reported racist incidents around and connected to the campus, and after a perceived lack of reaction by Wolfe du...  Read More »

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