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Faculty Spotlight: Blanca Lozano

Blanca LozanoWhether it’s volunteering at a community organization or teaching her computer information systems students at Texas Southmost College, serving others has been Blanca Lozano’s life-long mission.

“I’m here because of the mission that we have and the goals that have been set for us,” said Lozano, who started at TSC in 1984. “It goes with my personal mission and what I want to do.”

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Student Profile: Patrick Auditore

Patrick Auditore - Sonography StudentBeing a single father and going to school full-time isn't easy, but Texas Southmost College second-year sonography student Patrick Auditore is starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

“It’s been rough,” Auditore said. “You dedicate 60-70 hours a week to this program.

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Visually-impaired guitarist wins TSC Got Talent contest
TSC’s Office of Student Life hosted the first Got Talent show on Oct. 16, 2015 at the SETB Lecture Hall. Ángel Ruiz won first place with his interpretation of Cielito Lindo.TSC’s Office of Student Life hosted the first Got Talent show on Oct. 16, 2015 at the SETB Lecture Hall. Ángel Ruiz won first place with his interpretation of “Cielito Lindo.”

Texas Southmost College's Office of Student Life hosted the first annual TSC Got Talent exhibition talent show on Oct. 16, 2015 for students during Disability Awareness Month at the SETB Lecture Hall.

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Student Services inaugurates Sting’em Hard Awards
Recipients of the Office of Student Services’ inaugural Sting’em Hard Awards, from left, Tiffany Hernández, Dulce Martínez and Marisol Gutiérrez.Recipients of the Office of Student Services’ inaugural Sting’em Hard Awards, from left, Tiffany Hernández, Dulce Martínez and Marisol Gutiérrez.

Texas Southmost College’s Office of Student Services inaugurated the Sting’em Hard Awards on Sept. 25, 2015, and recognized three staff members with the distinction during the monthly LEADS meeting.

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Four TSC architecture students awarded LRGV-AIA scholarships
TSC architecture students Juan Moya, Melissa Andrade, Pedro González and Martin Jaramillo were awarded scholarships by the Lower Rio Grande Valley American Institute of Architects.TSC architecture students Juan Moya, Melissa Andrade, Pedro González and Martin Jaramillo were awarded scholarships by the Lower Rio Grande Valley American Institute of Architects.

Four Texas Southmost College (TSC) architecture students were awarded $3,500 in scholarships by the Lower Rio Grande Valley American Institute of Architects (LRGV-AIA).

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