The Barker’s Voice: A Journal of Arts and Letters recently received a national REALM award - Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines.
Attend LSC-CyFair’s 4 p.m. virtual April 15 open house for information on benefits of a high quality, affordable education, a robust student life and registration for May mini-mester, summer and fall classes.
Learn about tingling sensations, heart-warming volunteering, streaming options in programming and researching stocks at April’s weekly WebEx workshops.
Two student essay scholarship winners share how their college experience and a financial helping hand impacts their journey toward future careers in neuro-oncology and advertising.
Two Honors College students are semifinalists, chosen among 406 nationwide, for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer, a national $40,000 a year scholarship.
Join the Diversity Committee for two virtual events featuring a conversations with researcher Jens Manuel Krogstad March 30 and reporter Maria Hinojosa April 6.?
Enjoy celebrating Women's History Month with virtual books clubs and events featuring stories of women, the movers and shakers, pursuing change in the past that make a difference in the present.
Local artist Damon J. Thomas shares an emotional art collection that explores human sympathy with a unique “Some Things Just Hurt” exhibition through April 15
Spring into L.I.F.E with talks on wildlife, women’s rights, Holi festival and Chicano activism at the March weekly WebEx workshops.
Improving the well-being of others is a career goal for LSC-CyFair's Jade Griffin, who was awarded a National Society of Leadership and Success Healthy Living Grant.