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Dr. Neil Matkin

CONCEALED CARRY: A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT

CONCEALED CARRY: A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT

Friends, In 2015 the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 11, a law requiring the state’s public colleges and universities to allow individuals with a license to carry (LTC) to have a handgun concealed on their person, or locked in their car, while on campus. This law took effect at four-year institutions in August 2016. It

Collin College Bond Passes

COLLIN COLLEGE BOND PASSES

May 6 was history in the making — the day voters approved Collin College’s $600 million bond proposal. The bond will facilitate a long-range plan to accommodate the projected population growth in Collin County over the next two decades. “We are grateful for the community’s support of our vision for the future,” said Dr. Neil

Gail Cronauer

ON STAGE, ON FILM AND IN THE CLASSROOM: Q&A WITH GAIL CRONAUER

Cougar News spoke to Theater Professor Gail Cronauer, about her recent honor as one of five featured guests of The Waxahachie Convention and Visitors Bureau’s “Crossroads of Texas Film Festival” and her experiences as a professor, actor and director. Read on to find out what it is like to work with stars like Matthew McConaughey.

EXPLORE YOUR CAREER OPTIONS

Learn about in-demand careers and your pathway to them at the Career Exploration Fair, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Wednesday, May 3 at the Preston Ridge Campus Conference Center. The event is free and open to the public. The Career Exploration Fair is more than just a job fair. It provides attendees with the chance to sharpen

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