SE Spanish assistant professor Ivan Mino, shown here in a presentation from last year, led the So You Are and You Speak Spanish. What Should I Call You? workshop Oct. 10.

Spanish professor discusses differences in Latino culture

By Victor Aldana/reporter As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Spanish assistant professor Ivan Mino talked to students about the differences in Latin cultures, languages and...
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Adviser discusses diversity

By Sergio Tapia/reporter SE students learned about the impact of diversity among TCC students at the Free to be Me diversity forum Oct. 4. SE academic...
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Exhibit focuses on connections between artists

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief The SE fine arts department is hosting the Grand Studio/Homecoming! Committee exhibit now through Nov. 2 in Art Corridor II. “Our 2017-2018 exhibition...
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Students learn to prioritize, manage time more wisely

By Shannon O'Brien/reporter SE counselor Carisa Bustillos-Givens told students about how to effectively manage their time during a workshop Sept. 26. “Have you ever known someone...
Rickie Jones, playing the role of Jim Bayliss, talks with castmates Sarah Adams, who plays Annie Deever, and Tomas Moquete, who plays Chris Keller, during a scene from the family-oriented play All My Sons.

All My Sons to show family trials, triumphs

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor The SE theater department is returning this fall semester with its production of All My Sons. Director Larry Cure said it is...
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Alcohol, drug discussion gives insight about abuse

By Victor Aldana/reporter Students learned about the dangers of drinking and drugs at a SE Campus workshop Sept. 20. SE counselor Christy McDonald led the workshop...
Texas Christian University lecturer Lisa Barnett has studied the implications of peyote use in certain Native American religious ceremonies.

Ritualistic plant sparks controversy

By Annette Kirk/reporter Speaker talks about stigma of peyote usage among natives “The root of the devil” is what missionaries called peyote in an attempt to...
SE hosted a Veterans Resource Fair where community partners discussed programs for veterans who are enrolled at TCC. Rusty Carter talks with Cari Hammond about about Stay the Course, a program that offers counseling services to veterans and first responders.

Veterans find resources at fair

SE student Steven Nguyen looks at a poster featuring Roberto Clemente, an Hispanic baseball player, at the exhibit in Art Corridor III.

Hispanic influencers showcased in exhibit

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Influential Hispanics that made a difference in the world are showcased in the Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibit now until Sept. 22...