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Honors Northeast presents at conference in Seattle


Five Honors Northeast sophomores and two faculty members recently represented Northeast Texas Community College at the 51st Meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) in Seattle, October 12-15. NTCC is the only community college to have presented scholarly works at the NCHC continuously since 2008, and has the only program in the nation, university or otherwise, to have

Annual College Night scheduled for Nov. 9

    The Annual College Night, sponsored by Northeast Texas Community College, is set for Wednesday November 9 in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. Colleges and universities will have representatives on hand from 6:30-8:00 p.m. to provide admissions and financial aid information to students and their parents.     Anyone interested in learning

Helen Hampton sponsors The Hunts concert


Helen Hampton recently gave $3,000 to sponsor the upcoming performance of The Hunts at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. Hampton (second from left) is pictured presenting the check to Dr. Jonathan McCullough (left), NTCC Vice President for Advancement, Nita May, NTCC Director of Development, and Carolyn Franks, Whatley Center Director. The Hunts will

Sign up for the NTCC Talent Show

NTCC Talent Show When: Thursday, November 10, 2016 Time: Starts at 7:00 p.m. Location: Whatley Center THERE WILL BE $500 IN CASH PRIZES!!! ·        First Prize: $250 ·        Second Prize: $150 ·        Third Prize: $100 Note: $5 Entry Fee for participants SIGN UP TODAY!   Admission: $5 – General Public $3 – Students w/Student ID   This year’s Annual NTCC Talent Show will

Pleasant Sams give NTCC scholarship


The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a $500 scholarship from the Pleasant Sams, the Mount Pleasant Chapter of the Good Sam Club of America. This year’s gift will benefit a student majoring in criminal justice at NTCC. Pictured (from left) at the check presentation is: Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Development, Jessie

Daingerfield Country Club wins NTCC Golf Classic


The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation held its annual Golf Classic October 24 at Princedale Country Club in Pittsburg. Twelve teams participated in the six-man scramble, raising more than $8,000 to support students participating in the NTCC Work Scholarship Program. Pilgrim’s was Platinum sponsor for the event. Gold sponsors included Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative, Cypress Bank, Daingerfield

East Texas Men in Harmony to perform at the Whatley Center


The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College will host a vocal performance by the East Texas Men in Harmony Saturday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. This is the first of three shows in a special Sounds of Northeast Texas series highlighting talented musicians from the area. The East Texas Men

Eagles Soccer teams head to playoffs


Northeast Texas Community College Eagles Soccer finished the regular season strong last week. Both the men and women wrapped up the regular season with wins against Paris Junior College.  The women beat PJC 4-0, finishing the regular season 14-3. They will host Navarro College Thursday at 3 p.m. for the first round of the Region

Tanika Santos-MacSwain wins Walter B. Cooper scholarship


Alpha Mu Chi, the Northeast Texas Community College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), recently learned that another student has received a state-wide scholarship award. Tanika Santos-MacSwain, of The Woodlands, received the Walter B. Cooper Scholarship at the PTK Texas Leadership Conference. She was one of only three recipients from across the state of Texas. The Walter

Psi Beta inducts new members, installs officers


Northeast Texas Community College recently inducted new members and installed officers into Psi Beta, the national honor society in psychology for students at two-year colleges. Inductees honored at the ceremony were (from left): Wendy Clark of Harleton, Nikki Martin of Mount Pleasant and Russell VanBibber, Jr. of Emory. Not pictured were Cailee Davidson, Bailey Hall,