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  • Ingleside ISD Dual Credit Students Preparing to Become Industrial Instrumentation Technicians

    DMC, Ingleside ISD and Industry Partners Recognize Inaugural Dual Credit Instrumentation Students During Showcase Michael Bratten Some Ingleside High School students are getting a head start on their careers through Del Mar College’s dual credit program. Principles of Automatic Control is part of the dual cred

    Endowed Scholarship Fund Will Assist DMC Students Residing in Senatorial District 20

    Texas Senator Juan Hinojosa Presents $15,000 Check for Endowed Scholarship Melinda Eddleman Texas Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa gave the gift of an endowed scholarship before the  Del Mar College Board of Regents regular meeting began on Nov. 10. The Senator presented an oversized check for $15,000 to Colleg

    Veteran Walk-ins Welcome at Cosmetology Training Facility on West Campus

    DMC Dual Credit Cosmetology Students Providing Free Haircuts for Veterans on Nov. 11 Melinda Eddleman Veterans Day is a day designated for honoring anyone who has served in the United States military. This year’s patriotic holiday is this Wednesday, Nov. 11. To honor Coastal Bend veterans on Nov. 11, Del Ma

    Sue Sellors Finley Theatre Coming Alive with English Playwright Michael Frayn’s Farce “Noises Off”

    Del Mar Drama’s Production of ‘Noises Off’ Hits the Stage in November Elaine Krift “Noises Off” has been called the funniest farce ever written. Del Mar Drama presents English playwright Michael Frayn’s charade as their first major production of the 2015-2016 season.  Audiences can expect a chaotic display of

    Award-winning Author Mixes Heritage and Bilingual Text to Close Gap in Underrepresented Children's Literature

    Children’s Book Author Diane Gonzales Bertrand Giving Public Reading on Nov. 16 at White Library Melinda Eddleman Even though she started writing stories and poems as a child, children’s book author Diane Gonzales Bertrand didn’t see books that connected to her own Mexican-American heritage. She’s now known no

    “Map Your Career with GIS” Offered as Part of National Geographic Society’s Global Geography Awareness Week

    Coastal Bend GIS Day Scheduled for Nov. 17 Melinda Eddleman The National Geographic Society (NGS) has promoted geographic literacy in schools and communities and among organizations with a focus on educating youth since 1987, and NGS’ annual Geography Awareness Week is scheduled Nov. 15-21, 2015. Locally, orga

    Brass Symposium Featuring Two Performances with Guests Artists and DMC Faculty Brass Trio

    South Texas Brass Symposium Bringing World-class Musicians to Campus Elaine Krift The South Texas Brass Symposium will bring together high-caliber musicians and the Coastal Bend’s best professionals for a two-day event dedicated to promoting the art of brass music. Sponsored by the Del Mar College (DMC) Music

    Cooking and Baking Classes Designed for Those Wanting to Explore Fundamentals Used by Pros

    “Secrets of the Chef” Cooking and Baking Classes Start Oct. 27 Rosa Linda Reynoso Tired of fixing the same old meals? Not sure what spices go together? Or, do you need some ideas for your holiday cooking and baking? Del Mar College (DMC) Career and Community Education (CCE) is offering eight “Secrets of the

    Among Artist’s Credits Is Historic Performance in Cuba

    International Pianist Eduardus Halim Set to Play on Nov. 3 Rosa Linda Reynoso As the son of Chinese parents, Indonesia-born Eduardus Halim made his public debut at age 11 performing Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto. Today, the pianist is known for his natural musicianship, originality and maturity regarding hi

    Galleries Across Europe and the United States Have Exhibited Raynor’s Work

    Well-known Artist Scott Raynor Presenting Slide Lecture Nov. 2 Rosa Linda Renoso North Carolina artist Scott Raynor will present a guest art lecture focused on painting, including a slide presentation titled “Insights and Investigations: An Artistic Journey” on Monday, Nov. 2. The event is sponsored by the Del

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