South student activities hosted The Little Art Bus on campus for a guided painting class inspired by Frida Kahlo’s works Oct. 11 as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Kahlo inspires students

South dancers perform “Space to Write” during the district dance concert Conversations in Rhythm Oct. 13 hosted by South’s dance department.

Dancers unite for concert

South Campus police officers dish up hot dogs and hamburgers as part of South’s Cookout with the Cops event Oct. 4. The event is a way for students, faculty and staff to mingle with campus police officers.

Cookout promotes unity

Artwork lines the walls of the Carillon Gallery on South Campus and can be viewed until Nov. 1. The True Fraudulent Iconology features works by South art associate professor Kara English.

Dogs all ‘rover’ the place

By JW McNay/managing editor Professor showcases art that features funny animals The South Campus Carillon Gallery is showcasing faculty-created works featuring animals designed to be humorous...
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Celebration to cap off heritage month

By JW McNay/managing editor Latino students will be honored and recognized during a variety of activities at the ninth Abrazando al Exito districtwide Hispanic Heritage...
Following the Tarrant County mayors summit, attendees were given envelopes with a monarch butterfly in it to release Sept. 20 on South. The butterflies are a new generation of the endangered species.

Mayors talk monarchs

By Daniel Castellanos/reporter Tarrant County officials look to aid endangered bug Mayors from Fort Worth, Arlington and other Tarrant County cities gathered Sept. 20 on South...