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Student Profile: Rosa Almazán

Rosa AlmazanCriminal Justice major Rosa Almazán has her eye set on the prize and is within a semester's grasp of graduating in December with an associate degree from Texas Southmost College.

Almazán graduated from Houston's Alief Elsik High School in 2013 and immediately sought out TSC upon her family's return to Brownsville.

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Student Profile: Gabriela Guerrero

Gabriela GuerreroNot everyone has the benefit of having someone to motivate them or to look up to for inspiration. Self-motivated 20-year-old Texas Southmost College criminal justice major Gabriela Guerrero was among them. Guerrero went back-and-forth between family in Houston and the Rio Grande Valley after her mother passed away, and never had a parental figure to guide her.

Growing up and going to school in Houston’s inner city, where metal detectors in middle schools are common place, Guerrero was exposed to an environment of gangs and constant fighting.

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CIS instructor invited to White House for Pope’s visit
TSC Computer Information Systems Instructor Blanca Lozano during her visit to Washington, D.C. for Pope Francis’ visit to the White House on Sept. 23, 2015. TSC Computer Information Systems Instructor Blanca Lozano during her visit to Washington, D.C. for Pope Francis’ visit to the White House on Sept. 23, 2015.

It's not every day that you get a personal invitation to the White House, much less be invited to bear witness to the first visit from a Pope to the United States since 2008.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 November 2015 15:22
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Spanish Club’s Día de los Muertos altar recognized by Mexican Consulate
The TSC Spanish Club was recognized by the Mexican Consulate on Oct. 30, 2015 for their work on the altars around campus to celebrate Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. The TSC Spanish Club was recognized by the Mexican Consulate on Oct. 30, 2015 for their work on the altars around campus to celebrate Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead.

The Mexican Consulate in Brownsville recognized the Texas Southmost College (TSC) Spanish Club's altar for Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, during a brief ceremony on Oct. 30, 2015 at the ITEC Center.

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Brownsville PD gives safety tips to children at TSC's Early Childhood Center
The Brownsville Police Department’s Sgt. David De León speaks to children about safety during Community Helper’s Week at the TSC Early Childhood Center on Oct. 27, 2015The Brownsville Police Department’s Sgt. David De León speaks to children about safety during Community Helper’s Week at the TSC Early Childhood Center on Oct. 27, 2015.

Sgt. David De León of the Brownsville Police Department's Office of Community Affairs visited the Texas Southmost College Early Childhood Center to give a talk on safety tips to the children for Halloween.

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