Monthly Archives: October 2013

CAMPUS DATES|NOV. 2013

Nov. 4-15 Blue Star Mothers of Collin County Donation Drive Central Park Campus (Student Life and E wing near E213) Preston Ridge Campus (Student Life and Founders Hall) Spring Creek Campus (Student Life and Center for Scholarly and Civic Engagement). Blue Star Mothers is a national organization with local satellite chapters that collect donated items

ALL IN THE FAMILY

Going to school with your parents might seem far-fetched, but it’s reality for two Collin College students. Yoli Palfreyman and her daughter Teresa Flores are both in the nursing program at Collin. Palfreyman, who lives in McKinney and began at Collin in January of 2013, says choosing Collin was easy. “I had heard that Collin

A PRIME RIB WINTER DINNER RECIPE

Chef Tom Severs, Collin College culinary arts professor, says winter season prime rib dinner is sure to please. However, he also warns people to be cautious of retail tricks and misleading merchandising practices. “The name prime rib of beef does not automatically mean you’re getting the highest, most desirable cut of meat,” Severs explains. “It’s

FACT VS FICTION: “THE ROAD TO RECOVERY”

Do people believe everything they see on TV? Maybe not. But for those who have little exposure to a topic, TV can shape expectations of certain experiences, places or even groups of people. In the case of mental illness, this can produce vast misperceptions. For example, 60 percent of prime-time characters with a mental illness

CELEBRATING OUR COLLIN COLLEGE VETERANS

Although even the lowest college tuition may seem rather expensive to some, a monetary exchange is incomparable to the cost U.S. veterans pay for their education. Bringing global experience, a level of academic maturity, proven professional success and a unique work ethic to the classroom, veterans are one of history professor Meredith Martin’s favorite types

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