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NCAS Week 1 Group Photo. Photographer: Allison Bills

COLLIN STUDENTS EXPLORE NEW CAREER POSSIBILITIES WITH NASA PROGRAM

COLLIN STUDENTS EXPLORE NEW CAREER POSSIBILITIES WITH NASA PROGRAM

Lucia Cisneros (back row, red shirt, third from right) and Kyla Reedy (front row, blue shirt third from left) took part in a community college program organized by NASA. Parker Brooks (pictured below) attended the same program the following week. Photographer: Allison Bills Space may be the final frontier, but three Collin College students recently

Q & A WITH PHOTOGRAPHY PROFESSOR BYRD WILLIAMS

Cougar News recently spoke with Byrd Williams, professor of photography, about his new book, “Proof: Photographs from Four Generations of a Texas Family,” currently available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, and his philosophy about photography. Why did you write this book? The overarching foundation of this book was predicated on the photographic history of

James Jackson registers for classes at a veterans priority registration event at Spring Creek Campus. The events are just one of the benefits available to veterans at the college.

COLLIN COLLEGE VETERANS BENEFITS ARE MORE THAN FINANCIAL

(Above) James Jackson registers for classes at a veterans priority registration event at Spring Creek Campus. The events are just some of the benefits available to veterans at the college. Rushing between advising tables, registration computers and waiting students, Shayne Brown was a busy man. Collin College’s Veterans Transition Specialist, Brown was helping coordinate one

STUDENT VETERANS OF AMERICA SHARE COMMON BONDS

Any change is easier with friends. In addition to being a pipeline for support and resources to Collin College’s veteran students, the college’s Student Veterans of America chapter offers a way for former and active military members to connect. The 100-plus member organization gives student veterans the opportunity to get involved in the college community

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