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Work of generous artist presented by Dallas College

BY JORDAN LACKEY, Opinion Editor August 29, 2021

Dallas College is presenting a collection of works from artist Paul Valadez at the Eastfield and Mountain View campuses from Aug. 16 through Nov. 5. It is the first time the campus galleries have been...

The Et Cetera staff celebrates their Pacemaker Awards during the National Media Convention on Oct. 29, 2017.

The Et Cetera lands in top 100 of most-awarded college publications

BY HARRIET RAMOS, Editor in Chief August 28, 2021

The Et Cetera, Eastfield’s student media organization, has been named to the Associated Collegiate Press’s Pacemaker 100. The list, created in honor of ACP’s 100th anniversary, honors the most...

The board of trustees voted for Justin Lonon to replace current chancellor Joe May after May retires on Aug. 31, 2022. Photo by Rory Moore/The Et Cetera

Justin Lonon plans to use experience, connections as college’s chancellor

BY HARRIET RAMOS, Editor in Chief August 27, 2021

Chancellor elect Justin Lonon is preparing to build upon the legacy of his predecessor Joe May and help students break down barriers to success. Lonon, who will be the eighth chancellor of Dallas...

Anand Upadhyaya, program lead for the Male Student Success Program, speaks with new students Aug. 13 during a Preview Day tour. Photo by Rory Moore/The Et Cetera

Here’s what’s changed since we were last on campus

August 27, 2021

During the pandemic when most students were studying online, Dallas College went through a consolidation process that changed many facets of campus life. Here are some of the key things students need to...

Illustration by Mattheau Faught/The Et Cetera

Dallas College to offer cash for vaccination

BY HARRIET RAMOS, Editor in Chief August 26, 2021

The Dallas College Board of Trustees approved a financial incentive for students and employees who can submit proof of their COVID-19 vaccination. Employees will receive up to $500 and students $200,...

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