About four years ago, TRIO director Bobbi White and program services coordinator Shatremeyia Porter discovered that some of their students’ grades were dropping. After some investigation, they found a disturbing cause for their struggles: Some students were going hungry. […]
We’ve all heard of the civil rights movement. Most of us have had to write papers about someone or something within the movement such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, the Black Panthers, the various boycotts and marches or the Freedom Rides. […]
Esteban Hernandez was frustrated with being overweight.
He had started multiple workout routines in an effort to lose weight, but never finished. He was beginning to become concerned about his future health. […]
Despite common belief, men are not the only ones who had a major part to play in the civil rights movement. Women also had a significant role in the effort to gain equal rights for African-Americans. […]
Michael Horak, who has worked in district police departments for nearly 20 years, has been named the college’s police chief following an extensive search. He was sworn in at the beginning of the spring semester after one year as acting chief. […]
When the campus lost power on the morning of Jan. 30, a few students saw it as an opportunity to run into Subway and steal several bags of chips. However, their plans were thwarted when campus police officer Miqueas Figueroa arrived on the scene. […]
It’s easy to believe that school shootings are rare and won’t happen here, but with the two most recent tragedies occurring within six weeks of each other — including one in Texas — the need for heightened campus awareness is at an all-time high. […]
I was 7 years old when I received my first game console — a used Nintendo 64 which, even back then, looked like it had seen better days. It had quite a few scuff marks and a controller port which refused to connect, but I spent a lot of time with it regardless.
Spring registration ended Jan. 16, a full five days before the first day of classes. Unlike previous semesters, students no longer had the option to register just before the start of class. While change is […]
Baseball coach Michael Martin is eager for his team to repeat its 2011 national championship run. Last year the Harvesters won the MAC conference, but fell short of their goal of repeating as national champs. […]