By Tamekia Hunt, Reporter
Knowing that they have birthed such a beautiful baby, what in the world possesses some parents to do such cruel things to their own seed? Child abuse isn’t okay or right, and any parent who acts deceivingly shouldn’t even think of having a child. › Continue reading
By The Preacher of CNCC
Everyone struggles to find that inner meaning of who they are, what their purpose in life is, and what they are destined to do. Does anyone really know? I mean yes, we all have our own ideas, our own hopes, our own aspirations, but are those pipe dreams or, really, what’s best for us in the long run? › Continue reading
By Abrielle Davis, Reporter
Dear AB, My mom wants to go to our family reunion this summer, but I would rather travel with my friends. What do you think would be best? › Continue reading
By Katie Stefanek, Reporter
You get to meet great people.
- Journalism 180 counts as two elective credits, and you can earn up to eight credits for your degree! How cool is that?
- You get to go on way cool trips…such as this fall, we’re going to the Associated Collegiate Press National Convention in Orlando, Fla.!! › Continue reading
By Shameka Smith, Reporter/Photographer
My name is Shameka Smith, and I am a sophomore transfer from Western Texas College (WTC) in Snyder, Texas. I had a wonderful experience at CNCC this year. I had success in the classroom and I had fun outside of the classroom, as well, at the events CNCC held. › Continue reading
By Michael Dillon, Copy Editor
As I walk through campus here at CNCC, I tend to notice a lot of people looking at me. They have the expression on their face that says, “Who is this kid? I’ve never seen him before.” › Continue reading
By Peter Targos, Reporter
Last week, it was talking about the Colorado Northwestern Spartans and their season thus far.
This week, it is about Major League Baseball and teams that have been surprising and disappointing. › Continue reading
By Joshua Dorsey, Reporter
“Dinner for Schmucks” is comedy that is based off of an old French film called “The Dinner Game.” This film is directed by Jay Roach, who also directed “Austin Powers” and “Meet the Parents.” › Continue reading
By Abrielle Daveis, Reporter
“I’m embarrassed to bring my ugly boyfriend around my family.”
Mind over Matter
If you care about him, it should not matter what he looks like. Also, if your family loves you and wants you to be happy, they should not care what he looks like. At the end of the day, they aren’t the ones dating him, you are. You may also need to take a step back and look at yourself. Are you really ready for a relationship if you are looking at something as superficial as his looks? There was something that attracted you to him, and if he treats you right, is it worth throwing it all away just because of what other people think? Take time out to evaluate your relationship goals.
“How would you study for a test when you already study as hard as you can and you still do not pass?”
I would actually go to the teacher and ask him or her, “How would you study for your test?” and “What would you focus on?“ Also, ask about some tutorial times through the Learning Center. It may also help to try and start a study group with a couple of the people in the class who are already passing, but don’t give up because there is always a way.
“Should I still tell my mother happy birthday if it was yesterday but I never said anything?”
It is better late than never. If you never tell her, then she will think that you forgot. Let her know that you love her and that you are sorry. Most mothers will forgive. But just for the record, a gift is a really good way to kick things off.
“AB, if you know in your heart that you have found the right person but your anger and insecurity is a big problem in your relationship, what would you do if that person is leaving but you want to keep her around?”
If you really love this person, then changing your attitude should be worth it. It’s going to take discipline because making changes to improve your anger and insecurity take time. You might even want to talk to a therapist or friend about the problems that you are having. However, if this person loves you as much as you love her, she will try to understand that you are making the effort to change. Communicate with her about how you feel and see where the both of you stand.
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