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The rise of fentanyl, a killer

Divine Mbaya, Contributing Writer April 20, 2024

All it takes is 2 milligrams of fentanyl to kill an average person. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration compares that dosage enough to be able to fit on top of a tip of a pencil. On...

Phishing emails strike NLC again

Vidhi Bhakta, Social Media Editor April 16, 2024

Dallas College North Lake Campus witness Scam Alerts. Cybercriminals are sending phishing emails, text messages, and scam calls to students, staff and faculty to obtain your private information...

Dallas College board of trustees and North Lake campus basketball players and coaches pose for a photo after The Blazers won their second championship
in three years

Blazers win championship

Jelilah Hooper, Contributing Writer April 15, 2024

North Lake Blazers have won the National Championship for the second time in three years. This accomplishment was possible due to the basketball’s head coach Josh Mills, a Dallas College Alumni. “I’m...

New bachelor’s nursing degree

Ishmita Shrestha, Staff Writer April 13, 2024

Dallas North Lake College is launching a new Registered Nurse to Bachelors in Nursing program. It is one of the approximately twelve colleges in Texas to offer RN to BSN programs. This...

Hugh Aynesworth visits North Lake Campus in 2012.

Journalism world suffers major loss

Faith Lungu, Managing Editor March 30, 2024

Hugh Aynesworth, a well-known journalist at The Dallas Morning News, who made career-defining stories from witnessing the assassination of John F. Kennedy to the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald, died on Dec....


Eclipse to darken Texas skies

Theressa Velazquez, Editor-in-Chief March 18, 2024

On April 8, the moon will completely cover the sun and cast a veil of darkness in the Dallas sky around 1:40 p.m. Many are calling this celestial event a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence. But solar eclipses...

Remembering a fallen president

Remembering a fallen president

Heather Sherrill, Layout Editor October 24, 2023

Nov. 22, 1963, was supposed to be a joyous day for Dallas residents as President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy rode through the Dealey Plaza. Kennedy was the 35th President...

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