Mexico Earthquake Relief Donation Drive by Starr Psych Club

The Starr County Campus Psychology Club of South Texas College dropped off their donations for Mexico Earthquake Relief at the City of Roma Fire Department On Monday, Oct. 9, 2017,to be shipped to Mexico later this week. In the wake of the disaster that left 369 people dead on Sept. 19 in Central Mexico, Starr County Campus Psychology Club members donated canned food, bottled water, toiletries and hygiene products (such as soap, deodorant, shampoo, tooth paste, wipes, diapers, etc.). Eli Sarabia and Alex Sarabia, STC Psychological Science Instructors and Psychology Club Advisors, say … Read More …

12th Starr County Role Models Get Inspired Conference

The Starr County Campus Psychology Club of South Texas College hosted its 12th Starr County Role Models Get Inspired Conference at the STC Starr County Campus Auditorium in Rio Grande City On Thursday, Oct. 19. The conference featured five panelists including Citizens State Bank Vice President and Roma ISD President Raul Moreno Jr., Starr County Tax Collector Ameida Salinas, veterinarian Dr. Roberto Margo, owner of Fred's Pharmacy and pharmacist Marlo Canales, and Miguel Mirelez, Owner of The Print Shop at Shipping Depot. The role model panelists shared their achievements and talked … Read More …

STC Starr County Campus holds its annual orientation for psychology majors

Seeking to provide additional information about the field of psychology to prospective students, South Texas College held its 3rd annual Starr County Campus Psychological Science Majors Orientation on Sept. 20 in Rio Grande City. Alex Sarabia, a member of the STC Psychological Science faculty served as Master of Ceremonies for the event and welcomed STC Board Trustee Rose Benavidez. Dr. Janene Israel, STC Psychological Science Department Program Chair, was the keynote speaker at the event commenting on the great expectations for majors in psychological science. Sarabia also presented on … Read More …

STC Psychology students in Starr County donate for Hurricane Harvey relief

The Starr Campus Psychology Club of South Texas College donated more than $400 in aid for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. On Aug. 31, psychology students donated everything from canned food and bottled water to hygiene products and diapers at Starr County Memorial Hospital. Items were shipped to Houston and other affected areas there. Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Aug. 26 as a Category-4 storm with winds of more than 130 mph. In the aftermath, estimates say that the storm caused at least $81 billion in losses to homes and commercial property. “It was so Impressive, everything … Read More …

Starr County Psychology Club joins Adopt-A-Highway program

The Starr County Campus Psychology Club of South Texas College participated in its first ever Adopt-A-Highway Trash Pick-Up on Saturday, July 8. Psychology club members collected over 20 bags of trash over a 2 mile stretch in Rio Grande City adjacent to the STC campus which they opted to sponsor earlier this year. The “Adopt-A-Highway: Don’t Mess with Texas” Initiative created by the Texas Department of Transportation has been established to help keep the Texas roads clean. Psychology club advisors Eli Sarabia and Alex Sarabia started the paperwork process in March, and the 2-year … Read More …

STC holds sold out event at 11th annual Starr County’s Got Talent

Starr County Campus Psychology Club of South Texas College hosted its 11th annual Starr County’s Got Talent at the campus auditorium on Friday, April 28. It was a completely sold out event with over 180 people in attendance and over $600 raised from admission fees to benefit the annual Starr Psych Club Scholarship.  There were 15 performances including singers abd dance groups from all over Starr County. Each participant or dance group received a certificate of appreciation for their performance. Alberto Esco sang the National Anthem at the event. Judges in attendance included Mayra … Read More …

STC hosts 8th annual Starr County Mental Health Awareness Conference

On Thursday March 20, the Starr County Campus Psychology Club of South Texas College hosted its 8th Starr County Mental Health Awareness Conference at the STC Auditorium in Rio Grande City.  Milton Gonzalez presented “Thinking for a Change” elaborating on the importance of positive thinking and believing in oneself in order to become successful. Gonzalez is a member of John Maxwell Team and TEDx Presenter, in addition to a licensed leadership coach and motivational teacher. He possesses a strong background in clinical psychology and education, and as an ordained pastor, performs premarital … Read More …

STC Starr County Campus Hosts 11th annual Role Models Get Inspired Conference

On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, the Starr County Campus Psychology Club of South Texas College hosted its 11th Starr County Role Models Get Inspired Conference at the STC Starr County Campus Auditorium. The five panelists featured were: Eduardo “Eddie” Ramirez, Attorney and Counselor at Law as well as RGCCISD Board Vice-President; Dr. Erica Briana Guerra, Principal of Ringgold Elementary at RGCCISD; Eloy Garza, Mariachi Program Director at Roma ISD; Noelia Guillen, TMC Head Start/Early Head Start Education Services Area Specialist; and Benito Saenz, retired educator and school … Read More …