By Elisabeth Lively Editor-in-Chief   With COVID-19 shutting down many social aspects of the country, Northeast Texas Community College has decided to continue educating its students solely through an online format. Last week, NTCC President Dr. Ron Clinton addressed the students and employees via email stating that spring break wouldContinue Reading

By Elisabeth Lively Editor-in-Chief In the past week alone, the campus has received two different emails regarding the coronavirus as addressed by Northeast Texas Community College President Dr. Ron Clinton. “Dear college family” and “Have a great spring break” were the opening and closing lines of his most recent email,Continue Reading

Texas State Troopers observe and mark the skid lines of the recent collision of two vehicles at the intersection of FM 4000 and 2348. Staff Photo | Joelle Weatherford By Elisabeth Lively Managing Editor Hundreds of students, parents and teachers make their way to and from Chapel Hill school campusesContinue Reading

By Emma Yeager Entertainment Editor  A rising sport is taking over high schools and colleges across East Texas. Recently, bass fishing has become a popular competitive event across the states and is making its way to Northeast Texas Community College.  Northeast Texas is surrounded by popular lakes such as LakeContinue Reading

By Elisabeth Lively Layout and Design Editor Three hours, 58 minutes, 12 seconds and 26 miles later, tears streamed down Jessica Smith’s face as she crossed the finish line. Spectators cheered and applauded her efforts to complete a task that many runners have never experienced. After training for 16 weeks,Continue Reading

By Adriana Elizondo Staff Writer With the national student debt standing at nearly $1.6 trillion and climbing, Northeast Texas Community College offers an alternative way to finance college through its unique work scholarship program. Students in the Work4College program earn a wage while also creating a fund for tuition thatContinue Reading

Doddy teaches students during one of his recent sociology classes. The professor has been teaching at NTCC for more than 20 years. Staff Photo | Tahj McRae By Elisabeth Lively Layout and Design Editor It was the summer of 1963, only months prior to the assassination of John F. KennedyContinue Reading

          By Elisabeth Lively Layout and Design Editor   In early December, the Northeast Texas Community College Social Work Club opened the doors for the first time to a campus food pantry. The idea for the Eagle Pantry was started by students in the Social WorkContinue Reading

The Texas Department of Transportation recently held an open house at Chapel Hill School to discuss the proposed plan to widen FM 1735, the main highway that leads from SH 49 to Chapel Hill School and Northeast Texas Community College. Marcus E. Sandifer, public information officer of the Atlanta DistrictContinue Reading

It is not uncommon for college students to find themselves snacking on ramen noodles or junk food when they sit down and study. But many students don’t have access to snacks, let alone a healthy meal. This semester, some of the students enrolled in the Northeast Texas Community College socialContinue Reading