Category Archives: May 2016

Campus gun laws: Stay alert

By Stephen Parker The TC News Reporter A law has been passed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas legislature that states, students who are 21-years-old and licensed to carry a concealed firearm will be permitted to do so in university and college buildings. This law takes effect Aug. 1, 2016 for all state

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Graduation set for May 16

By Victoria Marshall The TC News Reporter Spring Commencement 2016 will be held Monday, May 16 at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Texarkana. Rehearsal will be held at 10 a.m. May 16. Applications for graduation are accepted all year, but the deadline for Spring Commencement was April 1. Lee Williams, Director of Admissions

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‘Batman v. Superman’ tolerable

By Misty Jones The TC News Reporter This past weekend, I had the unfortunate experience of watching the new “Batman v Superman” movie. Why was it an unfortunate experience, you ask? Having seen numerous Batman and Superman movies, I have a certain amount of expectations from the actors chosen to play those roles. Since the

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‘Deadpool’ is hilarious, action-packed

By Misty Jones The TC News Reporter Tim Miller’s “Deadpool” is a hilarious, action-packed movie based on a talkative and snarky, Marvel superhero. Unlike most Marvel superhero films, “Deadpool” is definitely not suitable for children. No one would expect a superhero film to be papered with sex, profanity and gory violence. Miller did an amazing

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20-year employee earns degree

By Misty Jones The TC News Reporter Texarkana College will have an extra special reason to celebrate this Spring 2016 graduation. TC employee of 20 years, Eileen Walker and her daughter, Briana Gowans will be graduating together. Walker, age 52, is a custodian in the Humanities building at Texarkana College and has been working towards

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Station is connection to culture

By Stephen Parker The TC News Reporter Broadcasting live from the Texarkana College campus is KTXK 91.5 FM, a National Public Radio and American Public Media affiliate radio station licensed to Texarkana College. KTXK offers community-oriented, non-commercial programming where one could find a variety of music, news, sports, cultural and public affairs shows. Disseminating from

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