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Chess Club to host Duel in the Desert tourney
December 3, 2019
The EPCC Chess Club is revitalizing a centuries old game by hosting a chess tournament.
The club courteously invites you to “Duel in the Desert,” which will be taking place on Dec. 7, at 4 p.m., at the Valle Verde cafeteria annex.
Photo Courtesy chess club vlog
November 19, 2019
Authors of the book series “Memorias del Silencio,” went to the Rio Grande little chapel to read some of their poems for the release of the book’s 12th volume on Nov. 7.
Robert Bañuelos/ Tejano Tribune
Daniel Luis Ropera discussing what the authors have to read about the...
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...
October 29, 2019
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...
October 22, 2019
The Northwest campus is teaming up with the Service Learning Program to make a difference and clean up the Rio Grande.
The group is looking for volunteers to join them on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 9 A.M. to noon. They plan to meet at the Borderland Bridge and go up to the...
October 15, 2019
The Valle Verde writing center is hosting a month-long horror themed short story contest to get students interested in literacy.
“We just really want to encourage writing and literacy at the college,” explained Writing Center coordinator Yasmin Ramirez.
“Whenever we say...
October 8, 2019
EPCC’s economics club held their first meeting on Oct. 4 where they discussed their upcoming plans.
“The purpose of this club is to create a symposium for economic discussion and thought related to local, state, national perspectives so that members can gain further in...
October 1, 2019
Books are GEMS a non-profit organization that has provided over 1.5 million books to children and educators across El Paso is looking for volunteers.
Their motto is “changing children’s lives, one book at a time.” Books are GEMS has multiple programs that have attribute...
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