Monthly Archives: September 2015

‘I GOT YOUR BACK’ FOCUSES ON BYSTANDER AWARENESS

‘I GOT YOUR BACK’ FOCUSES ON BYSTANDER AWARENESS

Mind your own beeswax. Stay in your own lane. It’s an “A and B” conversation so “C” your way out of it. In large part, society conditions us to keep our eyes forward and avoid becoming involved in situations that don’t involve us directly. A lot of times that makes sense, but when someone’s health

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FELINE FILMS | OCTOBER 2015

I don’t know if you folks know this or not but the college hosts an annual film series.  Here’s their site but don’t click there until after you finished my reviews, thank you. Their theme this year is “Religion: Opium or Oracle?”  That seems like an awfully weighty subject and I plan on leaving that

WINTERMESTER RETURNS TO COLLIN COLLEGE

Collin College is bringing back a wintertime tradition in December with the return of Wintermester, an intensive mini-semester nestled inside the traditional winter break in December and January. After a four-year hiatus, the college is bringing Wintermester back to give students even more opportunities to earn credit. It is kind of like a summer semester

CENTRAL PARK CAMPUS CONFERENCE CENTER OPENS

College officials and community leaders cut the ribbon on Collin College’s new conference center building at a VIP sneak preview at the Central Park Campus in McKinney. The ceremony also marked a significant day in the college’s history, as Sept. 3 was the day the college offered its first classes in 1985. “Collin College creates

COLLIN COLLEGE HONORS ITS OWN

Collin College hosted a service recognition luncheon for employees reaching career milestones. More than 100 people attended the luncheon and those honored received gifts for their service. “I feel honored being here for 15 years,” said Collin College video producer Vernon Hadnot, who was among those honored.  “It’s a blessing and it feels good to be honored

NEW COLLIN ID CARDS ARE NOW AVAILABLE, REQUIRED

Revamped ID cards at Collin College offer better access for students, faculty and staff. “The idea behind the new ID cards is for students and faculty to have an ID card that is more functional,” said Student Life Assistant Director Anna Kessenich. “With the new upgraded system, students can swipe into on-campus events.” In addition,

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