TVCC campus police has bird’s-eye view

TVCC police officers are now wearing body cameras.

Abbi Parker, Photo Editor
May 6, 2015

Officers reqiured to wear body cameras while on duty. In light of recent events occurring in Baltimore and in other areas of the United States, it is becoming increasingly important that police departments establish some sort of safety net in order to ensure the well-being of everyone involved in interactions... Read more »

Texas lawmakers pushing bill allowing open carry of handguns

Malcom Duhon, sports writer
April 20, 2015

Recently, separate bills allowing the open carry of firearms in public and on college campuses in Texas have been pushed through the state Senate. Last month, the bill legalizing the open carry of firearms in public was passed, while the bill allowing open carry on college campus stalled. In a 7-2... Read more »

The final tally…TVCC’s student media wins 17 TIPA awards

TVCC's student media won 17 awards, including five first-place honors at the 2015 TIPA Convention.

TVCC Staff
April 14, 2015

The Trinity Valley Community College Student Media brought home 17 awards from the 2015 Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Convention. This year’s convention was in San Antonio. The group won three on-site awards and 14 previously published awards. Bodey Cooper from Kemp, Texas, finished third... Read more »

Contraceptives: Be aware

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Theophila Deamesi, Writer
April 7, 2015

Contraception or birth control is the prevention of pregnancy; it is also the use of various devices, drugs, sexual practices, or surgical procedures to prevent conception or impregnation-for married couples, it helps them to plan when and how to have children. Birth control method depends on many factors... Read more »

TVCC students’ artwork featured at Clint W. Murchison Library

Courtesy of Clint W. Murchison Memorial Library
March 30, 2015

Courtesy of Rachel Cox Henderson County Library For Immediate Release   The Henderson County Clint W. Murchison Memorial Library, in cooperation with the Trinity Valley Community College Art Department, has on display a series of student art. The art features variations of the famous Vitruvian Man... Read more »

Heart disease should be discussed year-round

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March 18, 2015

LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN AMERICA Life is a precious gift given us-from the day we were born to the day we leave the earth, every heart beat was a gift given to live again but when the heart stops beating our lives are threatened. During the course of time, the heart becomes weak because of some choices... Read more »

Get the hankies ready

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March 18, 2015

ASTHMA AND ALLERGIES Most of our holidays, occasions and gatherings revolve around food. It’s one of the things we just cannot seem to get rid of but it also turned out to be one of the things that can ruin our day, making us sick to death. Food and other environmental contributions can cause Asthma... Read more »

Future Cardettes in the Making

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Kendrea Harris, Staff Writer
February 20, 2015

Ten girls participated in the Cardettes’ annual dance clinic on February 14. The Trinity Valley Community College Cardettes hosted a dance clinic for young girls ages 5-10 on February 14. Ten girls from all over East Texas came out to learn, dance and have fun with the Cardettes. The clinic was... Read more »

Candidates Emerging for 2016 Presidential Election

Malcom Duhon, sports writer
February 16, 2015

Although the 2016 presidential election may still only be a year away, it’s never too early to take a look at some potential candidates. For the first time since 2008, there will not be an incumbent in the election, as President Barack Obama will see his second term come to  an end next year. This... Read more »

Measles cases on the rise

February 9, 2015

There have been an unprecedented number of measles cases in the United States within the last few months. The recent surge of outbreaks can be linked back to the Disneyland theme park. Measles is an infection that normally affects children but can affect adults as well. It is very contagious and should... Read more »

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