San Jacinto Times

San Jacinto College Student Jessica Escamilla does not shy away from talking about her struggle with depression. Escamilla survived eight suicide attempts and uses her title to spread a message of hope to others.

Ms. Wheelchair Texas USA Raises Awareness for Spina Bifida, Mental Health

Michael Taggart, Editor-in-chief
November 24, 2017
A student has blood drawn during a demonstration for HIV testing at Miami Jackson Senior High School in Miami, Fla. San Jacinto College students can receive rapid results during free screenings offered on Nov. 30.

North Campus Hosts Confidential HIV Testing

MacKenzie Dornak, Contributing Writer
November 24, 2017

Self Defense Classes Keep San Jac Community SHARP

Leslie L. Huerta, Contributing Writer
March 31, 2016
Emily Jones lost her life when an impaired driver hit her truck (pictured). Her totaled vehicle sits on display on the South campus as part of Horrors of the Crash.

MADD ‘Crash’ Event Raises Drunk Driving Awareness

Holly Galvan, Contributing Writer
October 22, 2015
Rec Sports students attend Color in Motion 5K in Houston last spring. The run served as the inspiration behind Color Dodgeball.

Central Recreation to put on Colorful Events for Breast Cancer Awareness

Liza Elliott, Contributing Writer
October 8, 2015
Hannah Hoffman (front) throws to Mary Shelley during last year's cancer awareness event.

Rec Sports Kickball to Kick Cancer Where it Hurts

Jason Duran, Staff Writer
October 12, 2014
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