LIFE & ARTS
December 3, 2019
Students got the opportunity to get first hand knowledge from a team of Army cybersecurity professionals from White Sands Missile Range at the Valle Verde campus on Nov. 25.
The Association of Computer Machinery (ACM) Student Chapter partnered with the Army Combat Capab...
After working for the Tejano Tribune for about a year, I will be graduating and no longer be here to ‘clap back’ at the issues affecting our world.
While I will no longer be at EPCC I commit myself to continue working as a seeker of truth and an activist that stands for...
November 5, 2019
On Nov. 12, students will get the chance to learn about a form of feminism that deals with questioning gender roles and the caste system in the Dalit community.
The event will be held at the Valle Verde Cafeteria Annex at 10 a.m. and will include a discussion panel and...
The full third season of Netflix’s original series Big Mouth was released, and the show continues to break boundaries while addressing the uncomfortable issues that come with adolescence.
While the first episode of the season was released in February as a Valentines Day...
October 29, 2019
EPCC president William Serrata was awarded for his contribution to the college by the Associated of Community College Trustees on Oct. 18.
Serrata was awarded with the Marie Y. Martin Chief Executive Officer Award which “honors chief executive officers, who demonstrate...
Some EPCC’s Fashion Technology students got the chance to meet and learn from one of the leaders in the industry, the editor-in-chief of Vogue Mexico.
Karla Martinez de Salas met with students for a private Q&A at the Transmountain campuses new Fashion Technology lab on...
Last Halloween a sheriff’s office in Georgia wanted to keep kids in their community safe by requiring all sex offenders in the county to post up a warning sign.
Unfortunately, they are being sued. A lawsuit has been filed against the Butts County Sheriff’s Office by th...