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Art students awarded for downtown murals at competition
TSC art students Lourdes María Ong, Cristina Garza and Margarito Saucedo were selected as winners of the Capitol Theatre Street-Art Competition during the 20th Annual Brownsville Latin Jazz Festival this fall. The three art students competed as part of the TSC Artisan Syndicate Art Club and were recognized by the Board of Trustees during the October 2016 meeting.TSC art students Lourdes María Ong, Cristina Garza and Margarito Saucedo were selected as winners of the Capitol Theatre Street-Art Competition during the 20th Annual Brownsville Latin Jazz Festival this fall. The three art students competed as part of the TSC Artisan Syndicate Art Club and were recognized by the Board of Trustees during the October 2016 meeting.

A trio of Texas Southmost College (TSC) Artisan Syndicate Art Club students were among seven winning artists awarded for their murals at the Capitol Theatre Street-Art Competition during the 20th Annual Brownsville Latin Jazz Festival this fall.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2016 14:16
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TSC to host 2nd annual Raúl Alcalá Bike Ride Challenge-Gran Fondo
Texas Southmost College announced the second annual Raúl Alcalá Bike Ride Challenge – Gran Fondo at a news conference on Oct. 26, 2016 at the ITEC Center. From left, Bike Advocate and Organizer Fernando Martínez, TSC Interim Vice President of Student Services Alejandro Salinas, Jr., Challenge – Gran Fondo founders Mercedes Martínez and Raúl Alcalá, Mexican Consul Juan Carlos Cué Vega and representatives from the Brownsville Police Department.Texas Southmost College announced the second annual Raúl Alcalá Bike Ride Challenge – Gran Fondo at a news conference on Oct. 26, 2016 at the ITEC Center. From left, Bike Advocate and Organizer Fernando Martínez, TSC Interim Vice President of Student Services Alejandro Salinas, Jr., Challenge – Gran Fondo founders Mercedes Martínez and Raúl Alcalá, Mexican Consul Juan Carlos Cué Vega and representatives from the Brownsville Police Department.

Texas Southmost College (TSC), in partnership with the Mexican Consulate in Brownsville and surrounding partner cities, announced at a news conference on Oct. 26, 2016 that the college will host the second annual Raúl Alcalá Bike Ride Challenge – Gran Fondo at the TSC ITEC Center on Nov. 6.

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Vocational Nursing spring 2017 application deadline is Nov. 1
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The Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) program at Texas Southmost College (TSC) is currently accepting admission applications for the Spring 2017 semester that begins Jan. 17.

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Guest speaker, talent show conclude TSC’s Hispanic Heritage Month festivities
Texas Southmost College student Angel Ruiz won the Got Talent Show on Oct. 14, 2016 at the SET B Lecture Hall to close out Accessibility Awareness Week and Hispanic Heritage Month.Texas Southmost College student Angel Ruiz won the Got Talent Show on Oct. 14, 2016 at the SET B Lecture Hall to close out Accessibility Awareness Week and Hispanic Heritage Month.

A packed house for Texas Southmost College special guest speaker Dr. Paul Hart’s lecture on Emiliano Zapata: Myth, Memory and Meaning, and a student Talent Show on Oct. 14, 2016 concluded TSC’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.

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High School teams enjoy inaugural Copa TSC soccer tournament
The Cowboys won the inaugural Copa TSC Hispanic Heritage Month boys soccer tournament on Oct. 1, 2016.The Cowboys won the inaugural Copa TSC Hispanic Heritage Month boys soccer tournament on Oct. 1, 2016.

The Cowboys and Lady Rattlers emerged the victors of the inaugural Copa TSC Hispanic Heritage Month boys and girls soccer tournaments on Oct. 1 and 8, respectively.

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