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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

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CRACK OPEN ONE OF THESE BOOKS FOR CAREER SUCCESS

Summer is almost over, but there is still time to read a book or two while relaxing by the pool. Cougar News asked a few professors what they are reading this summer and what books they would recommend to students in their fields. If you want to get a jump start on the semester, this

Collin College students participate in the Texas Sputum Bowl.

COLLIN TEAMS ARE SPITTING DISTANCE FROM NATIONAL SPUTUM BOWL

Two student teams from Collin College’s Respiratory Care program will compete for national honors in the Sputum Bowl after taking first and second place in the state-level medical knowledge competition. Collin’s teams beat out 11 others from around the state during the Texas Society for Respiratory Care Convention in Waco in July. The Sputum Bowl

WHO OR WHAT IS YOUR BIGGEST INSPIRATION AND WHY?

By KONA MOMOH Student Reporter Here is the latest in the new student voice series. Momoh is back providing a little inspiration for the upcoming semester through her fellow students’ stories.  This month’s question: Who or What is Your Biggest Inspiration and Why?   “As cliché as it sounds, my mom is my biggest inspiration.

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TOP 10 RESOURCES FOR SUCCESS

Cougar News asked faculty and staff what students need to ease their transition to college. Read on to see the top 10 resources list. New Student Orientation– Orientation is required for all new students. While it can be taken online, we recommend that you participate in the in-person orientation. You will get a campus tour

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