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Clockwise from top, guard Anthony Hunter defends the ball from two Paul Quinn College players on Nov. 17, when the Harvesters won 91-79. Guard Spencer Simes shoots a free throw during the game against Paul Quinn College. Forward Keshon Weakley leaps to score for Eastfield on Nov. 17. Photo by Rory Moore/The Et Cetera

Harvesters come back stinging with vengeance

Eduardo Chavez , Contributor December 1, 2021

After not having a season last year, Harvesters basketball is off to a 10-1 start and No. 2 ranking. The Harvesters’ up-tempo style of play has helped them out-score opponents by an average of 36...

Kevin Arellano plays guitar on Sept. 29
during a recital series concert at Eastfield. Photo by Rory Moore/The Et Cetera

Alumnus’s passion leads to successful music career

Jordan Lackey , Opinion Editor December 1, 2021

Six years ago, freelance Dallas musician Kevin Arellano was pursuing a degree in computer science when he came to a realization. “I was trying to chase a safe degree,” Arellano said. “A semester...

Illustration by April Calvo/The Et Cetera

Student, faculty emphasize mental health amid final exam pressure

Carlos Guzman, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

Political science major Hannah Spohn prepares for final exams the moment she steps into the classroom, intent on minimizing the looming fear caused by exams. “[Stress] builds up. And if you let it...

Alex Morris, left, tutors sports medicine major Garrison Conliffe on Nov. 23 in the learning commons at Eastfield. Photo by Rory Moore/The Et Cetera

Dallas College libraries become learning commons

Aimee Jimenez, Contributor November 30, 2021

 Libraries on all seven Dallas College campuses have transitioned into learning commons.  Academic testing, tutoring, academic labs and computer assistance are all included in the new structure. Maggie...

A person sits at Eastfield’s DART drop-off location on Nov. 17. Photo by Adamaris Sanchez/The Et Cetera

Some students lack affordable transportation

Harriet Ramos and Alejandro Contreras, Editor in Chief and Contributor November 30, 2021

 Education major Carmen Cisneros spends $40 a week on Uber rides since she lost her only means of transportation this semester.  Cisneros was diagnosed with epilepsy as a child and can’t drive. When...

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