By Davin Whatley Staff Writer The Work4College program is still expected to take place this summer. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has altered most of NTCC’s spring semester, students who are looking to be involved in this year’s summer program should still be able to participate while obeying social
By Abi Hobbs Staff Writer Rico Willis, director of student activities and multicultural affairs, will be hosting a Zoom webinar, Leading In a Time of Uncertainty: Learning as an Eagle Virtual Seminar, on Monday, April 27 at 3:00 p.m. Guest speaker Darren Palmer has prepared an engaging and relevant
By Elisabeth Lively Editor-in-Chief I didn’t think I would ever be so desperately eager to watch a documentary. But after watching Disneynature’s newest film, Dolphin Reef, I’ve begun to cling to their nature films. However, I ask myself, is ‘documentary’ the right word? Let’s be honest, documentaries are boring.
By Elisabeth Lively Editor-in-Chief When we hear about dragons, fairies and magic, what do we picture? Let’s be honest – we picture medieval Europe. But that was hundreds of years ago. What has come of these creatures and their lives since? That’s the question that Pixar explores in their