LIFE & ARTS
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...
EPCC continuing education students show that it is never too late to master new skills at the college's Visual Arts Exhibit.
Students proudly displayed weeks of hard work and dedication at the school's 4th annual Continuing Education Visual Arts Exhibition and receptio...
If the spooky and scary part of Halloween isn’t what you and your family are looking for this holiday, EPCC has the event for you.
Kids having fun and playing a game at a prior Fall festival at the EPCC Valle Verde Campus.
With the help of the Student Governme...
The EPCC men’s cross-country team took first place at the Western Junior College Athletic Conference/National Junior College Athletic Association Region 5 Championship last Saturday at Snyder, Texas.
The title was the second straight by the men, who easily outdistanced...
Countdown is in a theatre near you and it’s trying to be your top horror pick this Halloween season.
Countdown follows Quinn, a nurse, trying to cheat death after she finds out she will die soon. She learns this through an app that tells people how long they have to liv...
Very rarely do animated TV shows focus on serious topics like addiction, depression and suicide with a caution like Bojack Horseman does.
What seems like an everyday show about a literal horse-man is actually a haunting story about a brazen individual struggling with a...
Kimberly McBroom, Campus Cashier, NWC
In reference to Oct. 23 column, "Yes, I'm 25 years old, let me be a kid"
I disagree with your article, “Yes, I’m 25-years-old, let me be a kid.”
At 25 years old, you are no longer a kid and, by that age you should be a responsible adult, while either furthering your ed...