LIFE & ARTS
January 30, 2018
On Jan. 21 2017 nearly 1,000 individuals flooded San Jacinto Plaza in honor of the first annual Women’s March which drew crowds of 3 million nationwide.
The march was established following Donald Trump’s victory, to challenge sexist policies that continue to affect wome...
Tejanos get season off to slow start
The rocky start to the 2018 baseball season continued for the EPCC Tejanos after dropping three of four games to the Pima Community College Aztecs over the weekend.
Photo by Adrian Ordoñez
EPCC's Nick Carrillo at bat versu...
On Jan. 31 (12 p.m. to 2 p.m.) at the EPCC Mission Del Paso campus, there will be a viewing of an original film, Autism in Love.
It is produced by KCOS/PBS, EPCC Diversity Programs and directed by Matt Fuller.
The film aims to create awareness of the false stereotypes...
Students learn about cybersecurity
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Gender-neutral students on the rise
EPCC runners excel on national stage
"Knives Out" ensemble cast gets to the point
"Death Stranding" leaves players living the dream
Chess Club to host Duel in the Desert tourney
Goodbye column from outgoing editor
We must do more to protect our planet
Number 1 in the nation
Controversial Christ image allowed on college mural
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Tejanas national champions
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