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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!

Semester begins with 1735 still incomplete

By Lauren Shortnacy Editor-in-Chief When construction on Farm Road 1735 (Chapel Hill Road) past Chapel Hill High School and Northeast Texas Community College began, uncertainty about completion dates were voiced throughout the revamping period and unhappy long waits ensued. Now as the school district and community college begin their spring semesters, drivers can find a…

College sees decline in registration

By Joanna Armstrong News Editor On Tuesday, Northeast’s Board of Trustees met to discuss the college’s recent decline in enrollment. “Enrollment does appear to be to some degree down this spring,” said NTCC President Dr. Brad Johnson. In a preliminary report to the board, Dr. Johnny Moore, Vice President for Student Outreach Services, disclosed that…

Spring 2015 registration begins

Registration for the spring 2015 semester is currently underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Students may also register for the holiday intersession term. Intersession courses run Dec. 15 through Jan. 5. These intensive online classes allow dedicated students to earn full college credit in about two weeks. Learn more about these classes at www.ntcc.edu/intersession. The…

Prop 2 wins in election

After a week of anticipation, Northeast Texas Community College received the news last Wednesday that it had been waiting to hear – the provisional ballots had helped pass Proposition Two by only four votes. The proposition authorizes the college to issue $19.9 million in bonds. However, because Proposition One, which would have lifted the ten…

SGA and CIS host annual food drive

Scott Wilhite Eagle Staff The Northeast Texas Community College Student Government Association (SGA) and Communities in Schools (CIS) have joined together once again to host the annual campus-wide food drive. The NTCC Food Drive, which will run through Dec. 11, is an outreach project designed to assist area families that have experienced financial hardships. The…