By Erica Aguinaga Opinion Editor   Great Western Dining, the company that provides food services for the college, recently announced that the Grill/Grab-N-Go service is no longer available this semester due to competition and a drop in sales. Nancy La Batt, GWD director, said the grill station sales “dropped drastically”Continue Reading

From left, Karen Andrews, professor of office technology and Dr. Josh Stewart, vice president for Student and Outreach Services talk to Eureka! Ranch founder Doug Hall and NTCC students. Courtesy Photo By Elisabeth Lively Editor-in-Chief Student hunger is real. Northeast Texas Community College recently received $140,000 to help fight theContinue Reading

By Joelle Weatherford Editor-in-Chief Last semester, Northeast Texas Community College’s IT department added multi-factor authentication to student emails in order to provide a more secure email experience. The  department is now taking online security one step further with OneLogin, a single sign on, one click way to access all NTCCContinue Reading

A growing number of Mexican free-tailed bats recently took up residence in the Whatley. Staff Photo | Elisabeth Lively By Elisabeth Lively Editor-in-Chief Some pests just won’t go away, and Northeast Texas Community College is getting pretty darn tired of those pesky bats. Last spring, a colony of Mexican free-tailedContinue Reading

The workshop will address questions such as, what is 3D printing, what you can do with it and how it works. As well as, who can use it, how much it costs and how to use the machine. By Erica Aguinaga  Opinion Editor    The campus Learning Commons is endorsingContinue Reading

Volunteer Village on the Northeast campus has become a home away from home for several workampers. They come from all across the country, some from as far away as South Dakota or as close as Gilmer. Staff Photo | Serenity Mitchell   By Joelle Weatherford Managing Editor What do nationalContinue Reading

The Northeast Texas Community College Workamper program is a one-of-a-kind volunteer initiative and the first of its type across college campuses in America.  The NTCC Workampers make up a few of the individuals who devote their time to help complete projects and work on the Northeast campus. Check out theContinue Reading

The new all-way stop at the intersection of FM 4000 and FM 2348 raised concern from drivers after TxDOT crews installed the new traffic control signs yesterday.

Professors Dr. Melissa Fulgham (left) and Anna Ingram (right) work with students during their history and English class. The two team-teach the courses in a unique hybrid format. Staff Photo | Tahj McRae By Joelle Weatherford Copy Editor Northeast Texas Community College has offered hybrid classes to help students get theContinue Reading