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Chaps defeat Rams in Walker complex debut

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After a rough month of December in which they went 2-5 and splitting the first two games of January, the Chaps were looking for a win in their Walker Sports Complex debut. The Chaps began to hit their stride midway through the first half sparked by a series of offensive surges by guard Delbert Williams. […]

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Spring enrollment up by .4 percent since last semester

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Enrollment figures have been steadily increasing while other junior colleges have watched their numbers reduce this year. Fall semester started off with a 1.4 percent increase and now, spring semester has seen an increase by .5 percent since fall semester’s statistics. According to Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management Earl Dowling, the college has a […]

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Complaint

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A student was sitting in the SSC lounge when another student came up to her to ask for two dollars. The student said she only had a twenty but would give him the twenty to make change for her at the cashier’s office. The student never returned with her change and she waited for two […]

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Chaparral Days kick off new semester

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The ice-less rink was a fun way for students to come together and start the new semester.

Alter Ego Productions, a student organization that aims to build community on campus, held indoor ice-skating this past Wednesday in the Student Lounge. The event was free for all and was part of AEP’s “Winter Welcome” which includes a number of events to kick off the new semester. “It’s what we do to welcome new […]

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HSC becomes Gold LEED certified

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Outside the TEC which won the Silver LEED certification two years ago.

The Homeland Security Education Center has been awarded a Gold LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). With a silver certification for the TEC, the HSC can now set the record for the first building to receive a Gold certification on the new 2009 version of LEED certifications. The HSC is a building […]

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Accident

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A faculty member reported computer parts missing from one of the labs that an instructor was trying to use. The faculty member reported the items stolen to police. The police observed that the computer cover tower was bent out of place and the items inside were gone. The faculty member said there was no maintenance […]

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Student steals book and sells it back to Follett

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A Follett Bookstore employee said a student stole a book on January 8th and then tried to sell it back for cash. The employee said that there was a student who bought two books and placed them by the counter to continue shopping around when another student stole one of their purchased books. According to […]

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Chaparral basketball looks to find success on new home court

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Chaps' Center Ryan Rader defends a Wright player's shot at Saturday's game.

There is no place like home. The old cliché rings true for countless scenarios, especially in the world of sports. Home court advantage is a reality. Look no further than the Chaparral men’s basketball team sporting a 6-2 record at home while going only 2-7 on the road. Whether it is the hometown fans, the […]

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