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Meet the staff

Meet the staff

Editor-in-Chief: Kenzie Messer, Managing Editor: Daniel Yanez, News Editor:, Feature Editor:, Entertainment Editor: Jessica Drumm, Opinion Editor:, Sports Editor:, Online Editor:, Distribution Manager:,

TIPA

TIPA

The Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Conference will be in Dallas again this year. For more information on TIPA visit the texasipa.org

Lagniappe

Lagniappe

Lagniappe is the literary and art magazine for Northeast Texas Community College. The Magazine is a collaboration between the Art, English and Journalism departments as well as Sigma Kappa Delta, the English Honor Society. To submit written content email us at ntcceagleeditors@gmail.com. For art entries you may submit your personal photographs or if you need help photographing your pieces stop by the newsroom in H 108. Email us your questions!

Coffee bar coming to NTCC

By Yami Zuniga Staff Writer With construction continuing in a number of areas on the Northeast campus, one project in particular is gaining some special attention. The addition of a full-service coffee bar is part of the renovation currently underway in the Learning Resource Center (LRC). The coffee bar will be located in the round…

Spreading faith and education

By Vanessa Navarro and Yami Zuniga Staff Writers  There are those who believe that science and religion are mutually exclusive. Dr. Winston McCowan is not one of those people. During the workweek, McCowan spends his days in pursuit of science. More specifically, he teaches biology and anatomy and physiology to the next generation of scientists…

Student Services opens new center

By Kenzie Messer Managing Editor While renovations took place in the former administration building, student services temporarily operated from the multipurpose room in the Humanities building. With the recent completion of the design improvements, student services and advising has moved back to their original location. The Business Office, Testing Center, and Continuing Education will also…

Biology students to the rescue

By Nubia Sanchez Staff Writer  While most people think about hanging up mistletoe in their doorway as a cheerful Christmas tradition, the parasitic plant has taken on a much more sinister role on the Northeast campus. A longstanding oak tree located outside of the library is being attacked by mistletoe. NTCC Biology Professor Jim Ward…