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A line of people waits in their cars at the Mesquite Reception Center on Aug. 27 after evacuating areas that were going to be hit by Hurricane Laura. Photo by Chantilette Franklin/The Et Cetera

Mesquite gives aid to Hurricane Laura evacuees

September 9, 2020

A line of people waits in their cars at the Mesquite Reception Center on Aug. 27 after evacuating areas that were going to be hit by Hurricane Laura. Photo by Chantilette Franklin/The Et Cetera By...

Editorial: Black Lives Matter.

Editorial: Black Lives Matter.

June 17, 2020

Editor's note:  This editorial statement originally ran on page 19 of The Et Cetera's June 12 paper edition.   

DCCCD initiates return to campuses

DCCCD initiates return to campuses

June 13, 2020

By HARRIET RAMOS @HarrietRamosETC When Clifford Onwueyi arrived at Eastfield Monday morning for his metal working class, he had to pass through two checkpoints on his way to the T Building. At the first...

Peer recovery meetings continue online

Peer recovery meetings continue online

April 29, 2020

By JORDAN LACKEY @TheEtCetera In the wake of the campus closure due to COVID-19, the Human Services Club has switched its peer recovery meetings to a virtual format via Zoom. Many of the club’s activities,...

Overcoming COVID-19: Student's brother tests positive for coronavirus, recovers 3 weeks later

Overcoming COVID-19: Student's brother tests positive for coronavirus, recovers 3 weeks later

April 28, 2020

By Lindsey Craft @LindseycraftETC When Patrick Kwong’s temperature reached 103 on the morning of April 3, he knew it was time to get checked for COVID-19. At the MD Family Clinic in Dallas he first...

Rapid Response Team helps students, employees adjust during crisis

Rapid Response Team helps students, employees adjust during crisis

April 16, 2020

By HARRIET RAMOS @HarrietRamosETC In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Dallas County Community College District Chancellor Joe May has assembled a Rapid Response Team to address the needs of students,...

Family duo, students, medical professionals persevere in the face of uncertainties

Family duo, students, medical professionals persevere in the face of uncertainties

April 15, 2020

By HARRIET RAMOS @HarrietRamosETC Mary Craft stood at the Medical City Dallas entrance on a recent Wednesday afternoon with a no-contact forehead thermometer in her gloved hand, checking the temperature...

Felder remembered for magnetic personality

Felder remembered for magnetic personality

April 9, 2020

  By Hunter Garza @HunterTateEtc Robert Felder, a father, grandfather and economics professor, loved putting a smile on people's faces and entertaining. His passion for his students radiated at all...

Dallas mayor shuts down parks for Easter weekend

Dallas mayor shuts down parks for Easter weekend

April 9, 2020

By LINDSEY CRAFT @LindseycraftETC All 397 parks in the City of Dallas will be closed for Easter weekend to help stop the spread of COVID-19, Mayor Eric Johnson said at a press conference today. The parks...

Campus coronavirus updates: Social sciences

Campus coronavirus updates: Social sciences

April 7, 2020

By HUNTER GARZA @HunterTateEtc The social sciences department was prepared to transition online in case of an emergency. Associate Dean and psychology professor Dora Falls-Saucedo said that the pandemic...

Campus coronavirus updates: Student services

Campus coronavirus updates: Student services

April 2, 2020

By SKYE SEIPP @seippetc Editors note: This report on student services is part of an on-going series by The Et Cetera on how campus departments are handling the switch to online-only and will be updated...

COVID-19 ends Harvesters promising season

COVID-19 ends Harvesters promising season

April 1, 2020

By SAZOUN GRAYER @SGrayETC Leaving the field after a 6-5 loss to rival Richland on March 12, sophomore outfielder Gabriel Vasquez didn’t know that would be the last game he would play that season. He...

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