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Collin Cougar Tennis 2017

TENNIS TEAMS PERFORM AT NATIONALS

TENNIS TEAMS PERFORM AT NATIONALS

(Above) Collin’s Cougars faced off against national competition at women’s and men’s NJCAA tournaments in May.  For more photos, click here. The Collin College men’s tennis team finished eighth and the women’s team finished 12th in their national championship appearances in May. Coach Marty Berryman said he was pleased with both teams’ performances. “Overall, it

A group of dancers perform at SpringFest.

SPRINGFEST, COLLIN’S GOT TALENT ENTERTAIN, EDUCATE WITH FUN

(Above) A group of dancers perform at SpringFest. For more images from SpringFest, visit http://www.collin.edu/webgalleries/springfest2017/index.htm and check out  Facebook.com/CollinCollege. Hundreds of students took part in the biennial tradition of SpringFest at Spring Creek Campus, April 27, enjoying food, fun and student organization interaction. The outdoor festivities were followed by Collin’s Got Talent, which had a

Collin College's performance of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"

GIVE YOUR SEMESTER A BIG MUSICAL FINISH

Looking for a way to relax before finals begin? How about taking in a show? The Collin College theatre and music departments have several shows to see. Collin Theatre Center closes out its 2016-2017 season with “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” which opened April 29 in Spring Creek Campus’s Black Box Theatre.  Directed by

The Collin College Lady Cougars won their third conference championship in a row on March 1.

LADY COUGARS CLAIM THIRD CONFERENCE TITLE, COUGARS HEADED TO REGIONALS

Collin College’s basketball teams closed out their regular seasons on a high note, March 1. The Lady Cougars brought home a third North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference championship in a row with an 84-73 win over Temple College. Then, Collin’s men’s team battled back from an early 13-point deficit to win an 85-83 nail-biter

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

Artwork for "The Letter as Art in the Digital Age."

EXHIBITION LOOKS AT ‘LETTER AS ART’

THE ARTS gallery will host “The Letter as Art in the Digital Age” from Jan. 17 – Feb. 22. This exhibition features thematic paintings and visual arts inspired by letter writing, as well as digital pieces, letter excerpts featuring elaborate penmanship, antique writing desks, stamps, postcards, envelopes, fountain and dip pens, mailboxes and more. The

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