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 campuses
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 Lake
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,
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 that
On-site Contest Newspaper Design – Elisabeth Lively, 1st place Best of Show Division 3 – Eagle Staff, 3rd place Previously Published/Broadcast Contest First Place Overall Excellence Newspaper – Eagle Staff Overall Design Newspaper – Eagle Staff Cover Design Newspaper – Eagle Staff Op/Ed Page Design – Nubia Sanchez
By Daniel Sanchez Assistant Adviser The Northeast Texas Community College Eagle staff recently attended the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convention in Corpus Christi and brought home 25 awards including Overall Excellence in Division 5 and third place in Best of Show in Division 3. This year students competed in individual
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 the
Physics Instructor, Mark Ellermann, practices CPR on a dummy. Courtesy Photo By Adriana Elizondo Staff Writer Most people who work or attend classes at NTCC enjoy its rural setting. But, how many of them have ever considered how much time it would take for an ambulance to arrive on campus?