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COMIC: Skill Issue

MATTHEAU FAUGHT, Presentation Editor February 15, 2023

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OPINION: Cancel culture doing more harm than good

Tarra Crenshaw, Contributor @TheEtCetera February 15, 2023

Cancel culture, once an impetus for social change and justice, has become a weapon used to attack and dismantle the lives of anyone that it doesn’t agree with. Though there have been some notable...

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Common Book disturbs, inspires

MOIRA MCINTEE, Editor in Chief February 15, 2023

The entirety of American history cannot fit into the typical textbook. There are many more perspectives about the past than are typically taught in school. “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents”...

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Faculty, alumni address the rise of AI art

MATTHEAU FAUGHT, Presentation Editor February 15, 2023

Artificial intelligence image generators are the latest trend sweeping social media, with the ability to generate stunning artwork in seconds from a simple text prompt. While creating art using AI is...

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Death at Mountain View shakes campus

MOIRA MCINTEE, Editor In Chief February 15, 2023

A dual credit B-Tech/Molina High School student was found dead at the Mountain View campus on Feb. 7. Officers found a male victim with a “self-inflicted gunshot wound,” according to police. This is...

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TikTok banned from college networks

CARMEN GUZMAN, Managing Editor February 14, 2023

TikTok is now banned on all Dallas College campus networks following an order by Gov. Greg Abbott. A collegewide employee email on Feb. 13 announced the ban, instructing all employees to uninstall TikTok...

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Black Americans who have impacted society in the past decade

VICTOR GARCIA, Contributor @TheEtCetera February 14, 2023

When we think of accomplishments we usually go back in history and think about the discovery of electricity in the 1700s. However, there’s no need to go too far back in history. The past decade has...

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Former Chancellor Lassiter’s impact lives on

MOIRA MCINTEE, Editor in Chief February 14, 2023

In 2006, Dallas College needed help. Damaged relationships within the college required a chancellor who could nurture it back to health. Wright Lassiter Jr. was swiftly appointed and served as chancellor...

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February 14, 2023

Sydney Barber is the first Black woman to become brigade commander in the Navy. Barber is the 16th woman appointed as commander in the 44 years that women have attended the Naval Academy. To get elected...

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February 14, 2023

During his first year at Harvard University, Harris decided to run for student government and became the secretary of the finance committee. In his junior year, Harris knew he wanted to run for president. Harris...

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February 14, 2023

Shelton Jackson Lee, or Spike Lee as he’s known, is a filmmaker who isn’t afraid of tackling controversial issues. “Blackkklansman,” a 2018 movie that Lee directed, addresses race. Other...

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February 14, 2023

Raphael Warnock, the first Black U.S. senator from Georgia, has impacted and inspired people to go for the impossible. Warnock took the oath of office Jan. 20, 2021, after defeating opponent Herschel Walker...

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