LIFE & ARTS
October 31, 2017
Javier De La Hoz
JAVIER DE LA HOZ/ TEJANO TRIBUNE
Mariachi band "El Mariachi Policia Federal" performed a free concert on Oct. 19 at the Valle Verde cafeteria annex along with EPCC's Mariachi Real De El Paso during "An Evening of Two Nations."
On Oct. 18 at the Valle Verde cafeteria ann...
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NSCS 2017 Officers (L-R) Vincent Eddie, VP of Community Services; Jazmin Jasso, VP of Social Media; Guadalupe Chao Zambrano, VP of Public Relations; Jasmine Saldana, NSCS Treasurer; Fabiola Najera, VP of Planning to Achieve College Excellence (PA...
For nearly a decade now, The National Institutes of Health has been funding a grant called The Rise to The Challenge Bridge Program.
This program provides science majors with a chance to have hands-on experience in a large variety of research fields and get paid for do...
EPCC’s Shalet Mitei will be one of the favorites going into the NJCAA Cross Country Championships.
The El Paso Community College women’s cross country team won its 5th consecutive Western Junior College Athletic Conference and NJCAA Region V team title last...
If you had told me a decade ago that Toys “R” Us was going out of business, I would have been devastated. Yet, here I am at 20 years old and I am utterly disappointed.
I may not have been a “true” 90s kid but I surely played with all kinds of toys like Barbie dolls, Li...
Drake Williams Jr.
The phrase, “don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions” happens to be popular amongst organizations to send complainers into retreat.
In response to Bryan Mena’s article, “Should EPCC Strengthen the Smoking Ban.” In this article, I would like to suggest a solution...
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The EPCC Queer Straight Alliance held a drag show on Oct. 13 in honor
of LGBTQ History Month and National Coming Out Day which was on Oct.11.
The Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) held a drag show on Oct. 13 at the Valle Verde Cafeter...
“It just happened” is what Satoru Shanti Yamada, 21, said as he has been venturing through the entire world in a unique way.
With only $8,000 US dollars, Yamada started his journey in his homecountry of Japan when he was 18 years old.
Yamada has been hitch-hiking, trav...