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Harvester Bees blaze to 20th straight win

Harvester Bees blaze to 20th straight win

SEAN STROUD, Life and Arts Editor September 21, 2023

  The No. 2-ranked Harvester Bees volleyball team improved to 20-0 after defeating North Lake in three straight sets Monday to win its first Dallas Athletic Conference match with scores of...

Elections open for Student Government Association

Elections open for Student Government Association

CARMEN GUZMAN, Editor in Chief September 19, 2023

All positions are open in the ongoing SGA election. Students can vote on Sharepoint using the link provided: SGA Ballot. Elections run from Sept. 18 until Sept. 22 at 4 p.m. Results will be announced...

Midfielder Reyna Vargas celebrates with her teammates after scoring a goal.

Harvester Bees bounce back

SEAN STROUD, Life and Arts Editor September 18, 2023

The Harvester Bees soccer team won its first conference game of the season Friday, shutting out Mountain View 3-0. It was their second shutout win in two days after defeating Southwestern Adventist 3-0...

Illustration by Mattheau Faught

‘It’s about time:’ Wages raised for faculty

CARMEN GUZMAN, Editor In Chief September 6, 2023

Faculty and staff will receive a 5% wage increase effective Sept. 1. Adjunct professor rates will increase from $58 to $66 per contact hour. Additionally, part-time students will have their wages increased...

Oscar Passley and Karl Lampman perform solos during the Faculty Jazz Concert.

Lampman shares his signature groove with students

RORY MOORE, Photo Editor September 6, 2023

In Eastfield’s music labs, the groovy sound of jazz can be heard through the halls, bathing students in its smooth serenity. That tune comes from a veteran musician playing his saxophone to share his...

The Harvester Bees play Southwest Adventist University at their home court.

Harvester Bees No. 9 in nation

SEAN STROUD, Life and Arts Editor September 6, 2023

The Harvester Bees volleyball team played two games last Friday and won both without dropping a single set. They swarmed Southwestern Adventist University in their first game on Friday, winning 25-1, 25-15...

Stephen Pena and Jose Ramirez console each other.

Eastfield finishes season as World Series runner-up

RORY MOORE, Photo Editor June 1, 2023

GREENVILLE, Tenn. — The Eastfield Harvester Bees lost to the Gloucester Roadrunners 15-7 today at Pioneer Park, finishing as national runner-up in the NJCAA Division III World Series for the second year...


Photo Gallery: Dallas College graduates celebrate success

RORY MOORE, Photo Editor May 13, 2023

Graduation ceremonies for Dallas College students were held May 11-13 at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland.  The ceremonies featured the first group of students to earn a bachelors degree in education...

Survey reveals ‘a lot to address’ at Dallas College

Survey reveals ‘a lot to address’ at Dallas College

CARMEN GUZMAN, Managing Editor May 2, 2023

Employees ranked Dallas College high for its student focus in a recent survey, but the college’s institutional structure received sweeping criticism.  Almost 1,700 faculty, staff and administrators,...

graphic of a robot teaching

Texas educators explore generative AI adoption

MATTHEAU FAUGHT, Presentation Editor May 2, 2023

Generative AI is poised to change education forever. Students are now using programs like ChatGPT to cheat on their assignments by generating anything from short-answer responses to multipage essays. While...

two people talking

Dallas College leads effort for autism awareness

RORY MOORE, Photo Editor April 25, 2023

Dallas College is ramping up its efforts to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorder and accommodate students on the spectrum.  The college’s measures include resource fairs organized across all...

graphic of robot conducting in a concert hall

Creatives voice concerns over AI music

MATTHEAU FAUGHT, Presentation Editor April 11, 2023

Creative work that was once possible only after years of training and practice can now be done in mere minutes, thanks to advances in artificial intelligence. Lately, creative fields have felt the brunt...

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