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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!

NTCC bond election results called into question

By Joanna Armstrong News Editor In an unexpected twist, the fate of Proposition 2 in Northeast Texas Community College’s bond election still remains unknown. On the night of the election, faculty, community members and even the college’s president, Dr. Brad Johnson, gathered in the Whatley to see the results as they came in. Just over…

Prop 1 fails

By Lauren Shortnacy Editor-in-Chief Administration, faculty and students gathered in the Whatley foyer Tuesday evening in anticipation of the outcome of the NTCC bond election. Although Prop 2, which authorized the issuance of $19.9 million in bonds, passed, disappointment quickly filled the room when the final results showed that Proposition 1 had failed. Without the…

Northeast recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness

The Northeast campus recognized Breast Cancer Awareness with the Pink Rain Walk-a-thon last week. The event featured a walk around the campus and testimonies from those who have dealt with breast cancer themselves or had a family member who struggled with the disease. The event is part of the “Color the Northeast Texas Community College Pink”…

Chris Hamilton

PTK offers contest for early voting

By Scott Wilhite Staff Writer Voting turnout among the electorate has not been trending well over the last decade. In fact, the Texas Secretary of State website, which maintains all voter data for the state, reports that in 1998, 67 percent of registered voters participated in the November mid-term election in Titus County. That number…