Monthly Archives: October 2015

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WINTERMESTER REGISTRATION BEGINS SOON

WINTERMESTER REGISTRATION BEGINS SOON

Are you ready for Wintermester? Registration begins Tuesday, Nov. 17 for this intensive mini-semester, which runs from mid-December through early January and includes a short holiday break. Classes include U.S. history, government, intro to humanities, general psychology and many more. You can see the full course offerings in the e-schedule starting Monday, Nov. 2. The

VETERANS WEEK ACTIVITIES SET

“The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it.” – Thucydides Collin College will honor the courage and service of America’s veterans with several events in November. The college’s Veterans Week activities will touch each college campus and

STUDENTS LEARN TO ‘DIY’

Spring Creek Campus hosted a DIY (Do It Yourself) Day on Oct. 21. Students had the chance to learn new things and design one-of-a-kind creations at the daylong crafting fair. Activities included making coasters, building a chess board, potting plants, designing henna tattoos, painting pumpkins and assembling “lava calming jars,” among other things. [Show thumbnails]

SEMINARS HELP STUDENTS WITH ANXIETY, OTHER ISSUES

Bubbles floated around the room as Counselor Carolyn Braswell talked through the process of calming breaths. “Just enjoy the moment of blowing bubbles,” Braswell said. “You can’t blow a bubble without breathing and the technique for bubble blowing is the very technique for breathing.” Braswell told the classroom of about 15 students to blow out

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