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  • Del Mar College Programs Participating During September 27 Health Fair

    Sixth Annual Community Health Fair Set for This Saturday on West Campus College Relations Organizers with the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAAC) and League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Council #1 will hold their Sixth Annual Health Fair on Del Ma

    Fast Track Information Technology Program Starting Up Again in October

    Take a BYTE Out of Technology Education with Fast Track Program for High Demand Information Technology Jobs Melinda Eddleman Del Mar College coordinators for the Computer Science (CS) / Geographic Information Systems (GIS) / Information Technology (IT) fast track program continue to offer residents the opportu

    Chamber Orchestra Welcomes Families for Opportunity to Expose Youth to World of Music

    DMC Corpus Christi Chamber Orchestra Opening Concert Season on September 28 Rosa Linda Reynoso The Del Mar College Music Department’s Corpus Christi Chamber Orchestra will kick off their 2014-2015 concert season on Sept. 28 with a performance that even families with young children are encouraged to attend. The

    Government Finance Officers Association Continues to Recognize College’s Transparency in Reporting Financials

    College Receives Three GFOA Awards for Annual Financial Reports Kenny Ryan Among Del Mar College’s eight core values, nestled between access and innovation, is accountability. The College firmly stands committed to fiscal transparency, publishing annual reports for government agencies and the public that re

    Sagrado Reading Giving Students and Community New Experience As Words and Photography Mesh Together

    Author and Photographer Duo Giving Free Reading Oct. 8 as Part of Cultural Programs Events Kenny Ryan Spencer Herrera, an associate professor in the Department of Languages and Linguistics at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, and Robert Kaiser, a former Associated Press photographer based out of Tucso

    Dining Facility Opens September 17

    Recipe for Success Mike Bratten Here’s a secret you can tell anybody. One of the best, most well rounded lunches in town can be had for around $6 on Wednesdays at Del Mar College’s West Campus. Sound too good to be true? A menu from July featured chicken stuffed with spinach and ricotta cheese, a Cobb salad

    College Announces Sandlin Donation During September Board of Regents Meeting

    Late Former Counselor Duane Sandlin Leaves $1.5 Million to DMC for Added Learning Resources Melinda Eddleman A former employee has left a gift that will keep giving. The estate of the late Duane Sandlin, who worked for Del Mar College as a counselor for 20 years and retired in 1986, has left $1.5 million in as

    Hispanic Heritage Month Is September 15 Through October 15

    Del Mar College Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Several Educational Opportunities Rosa Linda Reynoso Across the United States, Hispanic Heritage Month is observed Sept. 15 through Oct 15 as communities celebrate the diverse contributions and influence Hispanics have provided to shape this country. In

    Art Program’s Exhibit Combines Professional and Fine Art Photography Using Varying Techniques

    “When the Shutter is Released” Exhibit Highlighting Talented Eye of 10 Coastal Bend Photographers They have an eye for catching just the right shot. Del Mar College’s Art Program will host a special exhibit, When the Shutter is Released , featuring the work of 10 Coastal Bend professional and fine art photo

    Gregory-Portland ISD Unveiled New Welding Lab Designed and Built by College Faculty

    Gregory-Portland High School Students “Firing Up the Future” Melinda Eddleman This week marked the new school year for many independent school districts across the Coastal Bend. For 30 Gregory-Portland High School students, starting school on Aug. 25 also meant becoming the first cohort to start a new dual cre

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