Northeast Texas Community College (12-22, 7-11) softball traveled to Bossier Parish Community College (32-14, 8-10) on Wednesday and came away with a sweep of the Cavaliers. Game one of the day went into extra innings with the Eagles winning 9-8 in nine innings. Game two saw NTCC grab an 11-5 victory over BPCC.

Baldwin with GPHC President

For the tenth time in twelve years, a scholar of Honors Northeast has won one of the six Boe Awards conferred by Great Plains Honors Council (GPHC) in its yearly meeting. 

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Are you interested in learning more about 3D printing? The Library will host a workshop on how to use the 3D printer that is available for student use. 

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Recently, Dr. Paula Wilhite was an invited guest panelist at a two-day workshop, “Increasing Student Success in Developmental Mathematics”, at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Washington, D.C. 

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NTCC will host a resume writing/building and interviewing skills workshop Thursday, April 25 from 12:25-1:25 p.m. in the Humanities Community Room. 

Students at trauma center

The Northeast Texas Community College BioChem Club recently had the opportunity to tour a Level 1 Trauma Center in Fort Worth to get exposure to careers in the emergency medical field.

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Theatre Northeast, the Northeast Texas Community College student theatre group, will present a showcase of dramatic readings, monologues and three short plays April 25-27 at 7:30 p.m. and April 28 at 2:05 p.m. at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts.

The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles baseball team (13-23, 7-14) continued a three-game series against Panola College (29-11, 14-7) Friday with a doubleheader at home.  Fresh off a win at Panola on Thursday, the Eagles managed to split the for the day, winning game two 9-3 and dropping game three 12-11.  

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Theatre Northeast, the Northeast Texas Community College student theatre group, will present a showcase of dramatic readings, monologues and three short plays April 25-27 at 7:30 p.m. and April 28 at 2:05 p.m.

Jordan Martinez followed his seven for eight performance at the plate in the last two outings with a dominate showing on the mound on Thursday for Northeast Texas Community College baseball (12-22, 6-13). He allowed only two hits and zero runs while striking out five to beat Panola College (28-10, 13-6) by a score of 10-0.