While the e-cigs have been tolerated in the Pit, library, hallways and classrooms, a new policy change is banning them on campus. Smoking e-cigs, like traditional cigarettes, will only be allowed in vehicles. […]
Today, Dean is chairman of the Southeast Dallas Chamber of Commerce. He, along with Eastfield Vice President of Teaching and Learning Michael Gutierrez and Chairman of the Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce Jeronimo Valdez spoke about Latino leadership in the community during a panel discussion hosted by the Men’s Empowerment Coalition. […]
A recent college graduate appears to be the perfect candidate for an entry-level job. His resume is perfect, his grades are top-notch, and he aces the interview, yet the job goes to another candidate. […]
Sporting her iconic pink sneakers, single mom Wendy Davis made national headlines in an 11-hour filibuster aiming to prevent the dismantling of woman’s healthcare in Texas. Now, the state senator from Fort Worth is running for governor of Texas. […]
Released on Oct. 1 on the PlayStation Network, “Rain” is a low-budget adventure game with stealth, platforming and puzzle elements. Despite its somewhat unpolished gameplay, “Rain” is an incredibly emotional and atmospheric journey. […]
When looking for happiness many people concentrate on money and power.
In “You Can’t Take it With You,” a play performed by the Eastfield College Harvester Theatre Department last week, the Sycamore family finds happiness through simplicity. […]
They almost fell apart. After suffering their worst loss of the season on Sept. 24, the Eastfield soccer players knew they had to make something happen. Coach Dustin Stein said every coach can look back on one game that changed its season. For the Lady Harvesters, it was the first time they played Richland. They lost 18-1. […]
Ken Balvin keeps returning to the same stretch of road on Greenville Avenue.
He looks for potholes. He picks up rocks. He inspects every crack of the road over and over again, because in three days, the Eastfield scuba instructor is going to carry the Olympic torch down this route. […]
Massive turkey legs and ferris wheel rides are what the average person pictures when they think about the Texas State Fair. The problem for college students is that the cost of a turkey leg and ferris wheel ride is nearly $20. […]
Mexican-born artist Carlos Donjuan was just another kid with a spray paint can when he started honing his graffiti skills on the streets of Oak Cliff. Now he’s noticed in countries as far away as Italy, where his work will be displayed in February. […]