Tiger Times

Algebra 2 teacher Nicole Ayers teaches a lesson. Ayers has been part of the tiger family for three years and will now teach at St. James.

Leaving lasting expressions

May 21, 2018

She was a light in the lives of many students. An icon and loved one, who will now be leaving our tiger family to find a new home. STEM Pre-AP Algebra 2 teacher, Nicole Ayers, has just released the news that she will be pursuing a new dream as a teacher at St. James Day School next school year. ...

Texarkana College President James Henry Russell gives his presentation to the new inductees

Mu Alpha Theta inducts new members

November 30, 2017

On Tuesday, Mu Alpha Theta held it’s annual induction ceremony in the Performing Arts Center on the Texas High campus. This event honors students who excel in mathematics; they must have completed two years of college preparatory mathematics and be in their third mathematics class with the same requirements,...

Solving the inequalities

Story by Alex O'Gorman, viewpoint editor

August 27, 2015

Most people who have sat through any basic algebra class are familiar with the concept of the slopes of lines. Slopes, or the measuring of a horizontal change of a line against the vertical change, can make for excellent metaphors. I, for one, like to think of the probability of me achieving my goals over the course of the year as one immense, negative slope. The horizontal change of the line represents the amount of time that passes. The vertical change represents my productivity levels. In short, as time goes on, I...

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