Monthly Archives: February 2014

VALENTINE’S Q & A WITH CHEF SEVERS

Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Education’s Chef Tom Severs answers your Valentine’s questions: 1) What are tasty meals that won’t give you of your “special someone” bad breathe? Fish, either baked or grilled, is a very safe preparation, as long as you don’t use garlic. Your normal seasoning of salt and pepper will do. You

FELINE FILMS | FEB 2014

I hope you’ve already ordered your flowers and bought your cards.  Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and I would hate for you to wind up in the doghouse for forgetting.  If you don’t have a plan yet, get going folks.  You’re running out of time. If, however, you are like me and without

PRESIDENT’S LIST FALL 2013

Collin College has released its President’s List for the fall 2013 semester. To qualify for this particular distinction, each student must take a minimum of 12 credit hours of coursework and maintain a perfect 4.0 grade point average in that coursework. The President’s List includes: Addison Claudia Salinas Salazar Allen Alexandra Yakman Allison Irby Allison

DEAN’S LIST FALL 2013

Collin College has named the following students to the Dean’s List for the fall 2013 semester. Each achieved a grade point average of between 3.5 and 3.99 while completing at least 12 credit hours. The Dean’s List includes: Addison Danila Usov Abraham Fisher Adam Sharpe Afshan Premji Aislyn Reaves Allen Alyssa Davila Andrew Thompson Angel

COLLIN COLLEGE CELEBRATES AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH

Collin College is celebrating culture and diversity through a variety of events honoring African American History Month. The month-long celebrations will educate and inform about embracing unity and diversity.  The theme of this year’s African American History Month is civil rights, and from Feb. 4 – 27, the college is showcasing panels, presentations and discussions

HONORING THE LEGACY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

Collin College partnered with the local community Saturday, Jan. 18 to celebrate the legacy of civil rights advocate Martin Luther King, Jr. through a power breakfast, featuring dialogue with elected officials and community leaders as well as a student documentary and presentation. More than 400 people attended. Students M’Banna Kantako, Michelle Davis and Alexa Acosta

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