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Orpheus Concert Set for End of April

Diana Nelson, Contributing Writer and Frank D'Armata, Contributing Writer

April 15, 2016

Filed under Lifestyle and Entertainment, Uncategorized

The San Jacinto College Central Campus music department still has a packed schedule of events lined up for the rest of the semester including a concert featuring student composers presented by Orpheus on April 28. Geneva Fort,...

Giovann’s quest for mind cultivation: painting at Pinot’s offers alternative to night out

Giovann Rosales, Department Editor

April 28, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

Giovann’s quest for mind cultivation: painting and pinot offer alternative to night on the town I raised my glass of wine in the air and repeated after the painting instructor, “I am an artist. I am beautiful!” I signed...

Keili’s Korner: Mattress Mac calling on Astros to ‘save you money’

Keili Harrison, Department Editor

April 28, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

For a split second, the Earth (city of Houston) stood still. The stars aligned and placed their good graces upon the fallen city. In that special moment, everything was just, and Houstonians’ minds were at peace. The Houston...

Davlin’s tips: summer classes key to fast track

Alexis Davlin, Editor-in-chief

April 28, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

With the hot summer rolling in and classes simmering down at San Jacinto College, students couldn’t be more excited. Everyone is thinking of finally having a break making it hard to think about continuing school through the...

Ef goes ’round town: Ra sushi still a place to dress and impress

Efren Diosdado, Department Editor

April 28, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

Having a hard time finding a place to take your date where the food is just as good as the atmosphere? RA Sushi is the place to go. From the moment you pull up, you’re greeted by complimentary valet parking. You walk in the...

Ef goes ’round town: North campus neighbor Nopalitos delivers authentic Mexican feast

Efren Diosdado, Department Editor

April 9, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

Personally, I’m not a fan of Tex-Mex. If I’m going to eat something the “Texas way,” it’s going to be a 12 ounce rib eye or a big plate of BBQ brisket. And if I’m eating Mexican, I’m looking for the most authentic...

Keili’s Korner: college athletes can be stars on the field, duds in the classroom

Keili Harrison, Department Editor

April 9, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

College sports are a nationwide phenomenon generating large audiences at each event. March Madness is a perfect example of their popularity. What draws audiences to games of young college athletes rather than seasoned, highly...

Davlin’s tips: staying ahead keeps spring semester stressless

Alexis Davlin, Editor-in-chief

April 9, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

How do we manage stress and keep up the motivation that was so strong at the beginning of the school year? Being a San Jac student myself, I feel this way every time warm weather is near. Classes feel longer, homework seems endless,...

Giovann’s quest for mind cultivation: bike adventure reveals picturesque Houston

Giovann Rosales, Department Editor

April 9, 2014

Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Uncategorized

This weekend I decided to trade in my usual 1,190 calorie Ham and Egg Griddle Melt from IHOP to engage in an activity that would not only enrich my body, but also my mind. I signed up for a bike tour of Houston with Bayou City...

Giovann’s quest for mind cultivation: learning to leave lasting impressions

Giovann Rosales, Department Editor

February 17, 2014

Filed under Uncategorized

Social media serves as a platform for individuals to portray their everyday lives. Long before the arrival of social media, artists of the nineteenth century succeeded in portraying everyday life in their paintings. This movement...

Davlin’s tips: ‘Resolutionaries’ overflow gym

Alexis Davlin, Editor-in-chief

February 17, 2014

Filed under Uncategorized

Resolutionaries. That’s what I call all the fitness newbies that roll into the gym every January with the latest shoes and workout clothes only to be gone by February.   Why does this happen to Resolutionaries? How...

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