In the media
South Texas College theater production revisits first school shooting opens in new window
This weekend South Texas College theater students presented “Columbinus,” a two-hour unique production reenacting the devastating events of the Columbine High School shooting and how it possibly could have been prevented.
Grainger donates $6K in tools to South Texas College studentsopens in new window
Grainger, a leading broad line supplier of maintenance, repair and operating products, has donated $6,000 worth of tools that will then be distributed to students through the college. Grainger has be a constant supporter of South Texas College’s students for several years.
South Texas College Gears Up for 12th Annual Ceramics Conferenceopens in new window
The 12th Annual Ceramics Exhibition and Conference, ‘Continued Connections. Variable Directions.’ will be on exhibit from June 4 to August 8, at the Pecan library art gallery and June 4 to July 5 at the Building B art gallery. STC’s three-day South Texas Ceramic Showdown will begin with an opening reception on June 20 at the Pecan Campus library.
Simulating experiences: STC inaugurates $24 million nursing campus additionopens in new window
A new state-of-the-art Nursing and Allied Health facility, complete with a simulated hospital wing, was unveiled by South Texas College on Tuesday as students exhibited the facilities’ more sophisticated functions and features.
Spirit of former STC student lives on as parents awarded her degreeopens in new window
For many in the Rio Grande Valley, December 16 was a momentous day. South Texas College hosted a ceremony for graduates at the State Farm Arena and awarded 893 diplomas. While this was a celebration in and of itself, it held a greater significance.
Dallas Fed praises work of McAllen EDC, South Texas Collegeopens in new window
MCALLEN, RGV – A senior vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has praised South Texas College and McAllen Economic Development Corporation for addressing the disruption new technology is causing the economy.