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

  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 SanchezContinue Reading

During the recent reopening of the Eagle Pantry, a Social Work Club member serves Army Staff Sergeant, Tad Snyder, a soup lunch. Staff Photo | Tahj McRae By Tonya Hammond Staff Writer Only weeks before Christmas, the Eagle Pantry opened its doors for the first time with only one goal:Continue Reading

  Dr. Emad Tahtamouni, a biologist specializing in plant science and soil microbiology, is the newest member of Northeast Texas Community College’s full-time faculty. It’s taken him 10 years to get here and his journey has been characterized by challenges most of us will never face. He earned his B.A.Continue Reading

Veterans Day originated from “Armistice Day,” Nov. 11, 1919, which marked the first anniversary of the end of World War I.  Since then it’s evolved into a day to thank military veterans for their service to our country in both peace and wartime. Susan Markusson, one of nearly 50 veteransContinue Reading