Author: Scott Wilhite

Power outage in humanities building

By Dylan McConnell Content Management Editor As the Northeast Texas Community College administration continues to tell students and faculty that the ongoing construction will not overly affect campus life, the humanities building currently sits without power. The outage was caused by construction work on the utility loop currently taking place between the humanities and the…

Ratcliffe visits Northeast campus

By: Brianna Stacks Staff Writer U.S. Congressman John Ratcliffe, representative for the 4th Congressional District of Texas, stopped off recently for a visit with Northeast Texas Community College Police Academy cadets. One of the main issues addressed by the congressman was the nation’s ongoing fight against cyber terrorism. With both a motivational and informative presentation,…

Voting Democrat in Texas

Brandon Pettey Opinion Editor When I was 18 years old I went with my dad to our local recreation center to vote for the first time in a presidential election. The line was out the door, but I was undaunted by the sea of people because I was going to participate in the democratic process.…

Bad lip reading

By: Rusti McGonagill Staff Writer Bad Lip Reading, a YouTube channel that is exactly what its name says it is. A channel about hilariously bad lip reading. The anonymous creator of BLR has made videos voice covering popular movie and TV clips, political debates, NFL events, and music videos. BLR released its very first video…

Carter Blood Care Drive

By Holly McGonagill Staff Writer The Carter Blood Care Association will conduct a blood drive at Northeast Texas Community College, Tuesday, Feb. 2, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Student Union Building. A mini physical is performed prior to donation, which includes blood pressure and pulse checks. Body temperature and hemoglobin (red cell…

NTCC Fall Choir Concert

Holly McGonagill Staff writer The Northeast Texas Community College Music department is hosting its fall concert on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. The concert, which is free of charge, will feature performances from the choir, individual instruction students, pianists, violinists, guitarists and the NTCC…