Monthly Archives: April 2013

HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS IN 20 MINUTES

Chef Tom Severs with Collin College Culinary Arts provided Cougar News with a healthy and delightful recipe for two that’s ready to eat in 20 minutes. Pan Roasted Salmon with Quinoa Pilaf and Spring Greens Yields 2 portions 2 / 4 oz. pieces.           Salmon, Atlantic boneless skinless filet 1/2 tsp.          

COLLEGE NEWS | APRIL 2013

Collin College was named a Presidential Award Finalist for the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, one of only two community colleges in the nation to be named.  The Presidential Award is the highest honor a college or university can receive for its exemplary commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.  The Corporation

SAY “NO” TO STRESS

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention warns prolonged or severe stress can affect one’s health and ability to cope with everyday life. Linda Qualia, associate dean of counseling and career services at Collin College, suggests students experiencing unhealthy stress try some of the following stress-fighting techniques:  Get organized Poor organization is a primary cause

FELINE FILMS | April 2013

Movie sequels are strange beasts (and trust me, I know strange beasts)!  For Valentine’s Day, I treated myself to a Die Hard marathon at the AMC Northpark.  It started at noon and I watched all of the Die Hard movies, including the new one, in order, one after another.  It was 12 hours of awesome.

DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER SERIES: LITERACY AND THE ANCIENT WORLD

One may not initially link literacy and archeology, but with research concentrated in classical rhetoric, Dr. Richard Leo Enos, a leading scholar in the histories of literacy and rhetoric, spends his days examining artifacts dealing with ancient writing at archaeological sites. The current Texas Christian University English professor will visit Collin College’s Preston Ridge Campus

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