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  • The Foghorn Earns Three Awards at State Level and One on the National Scene

    The Siren Wins National Pinnacle Award From College Media Awards Melinda Eddleman This semester has been a winning season for Del Mar College’s Journalism Program and its student publications with the Communications, Languages and Reading Department. Del Mar’s student literary magazine, The Siren , won first

    Production of Farce Promises A Roaring Good Time

    Del Mar Drama Presents The Ladies Man Rosa Linda Reynoso You can expect a roaring good time by attending Del Mar Drama’s fall production of Charles Morey’s comedy, The Ladies Man. This freely adapted and translated production from Tailleur Pour Dames by Georges Feydeau continues this week with performances at

    Summit To Explore Perspective and Approach to End Domestic Violence in Community

    Stop the Silence Summit on Domestic Violence Scheduled for December 1 College Relations It’s time to take action. Nueces County District Attorney Mark Skurka will host a summit on domestic violence, “Stop the Silence,” at Del Mar College’s Center for Economic Development (3209 S. Staples) on Monday, Dec. 1. Th

    Power On for Texas Film, Interactive and Tourism Conference to Cover Prevailing Opportunities in Entertainment Industries

    Power On Conference Scheduled for November 18 at Center for Economic Development College Relations Join Texas State Rep. Todd Hunter for the “Power On for Texas Film Interactive and Tourism” Conference from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. this coming Tuesday, Nov. 18, at Del Mar College’s Center for Economic Development (320

    Cultural Programs Committee Presents Solero Flamenco with Live Broadcast on KEDT Radio

    Solero Flamenco Playing Wolfe Recital Hall This Friday Rosa Linda Reynoso On Friday, Nov. 14, the Del Mar College Cultural Programs Committee will bring Houston’s premier flamenco company, Solero Flamenco, for an exciting evening of flamenco music, song and dance. The free concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in Wol

    Drama Fall Production Runs for Two Weekends Beginning November 14

    Del Mar Drama Presents The Ladies Man Rosa Linda Reynoso “… a friendly five door farce in the good-humored American manner … the dramatic gears mesh as soon as the doors start slamming and the result is a most effective vehicle … screws the comic tension up to an excitingly shrill pitch in the second act, the

    Del Mar College Representatives Attend City Council Meeting for Proclamation Reading

    Proclamation Read Honoring DMC Program College Relations During the Corpus Christi City Council meeting on Oct. 23, Mayor Nelda Martinez issued a proclamation declaring Oct. 15, 2014, as "Del Mar College Mexican-American Studies Program Day." DMC representatives who attended the reading included Provost and

    Final Competition This Fall Scheduled at Blinn College This Weekend

    Vocal Vikings Earn Four More Awards During Two Competitions Rosa Linda Reynoso Del Mar College’s Vocal Vikings continue to win during competition this semester. The forensic team traveled to Houston for the Bayou City Swing Tournament held at both San Jacinto College North and Lone Star College North Harris wi

    Vocalists Selected After Auditioning Against Other Singers to Represent South and Central Texas

    Eight DMC Music Students Make All-State Choir Rosa Linda Reynoso Eight students from the Del Mar College (DMC) Music Department’s Concert Choir were named to the 2014-2015 Texas Two-Year College All-State Choir. After recent auditions, the DMC vocalists were chosen along with other singers from Victoria Colleg

    Educational Solutions of the Coastal Bend Targeting 12 Counties to Increase High School Equivalency Completion and Adult Literacy

    TWC Awards Multi-Million Dollar Grant for Educational Solutions of the Coastal Bend Program Melinda Eddleman Data from the 2012 U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey shows that 51,762 Nueces County residents age 18 and older did not finish high school. That number increases to 92,167 individuals in th

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