HOW HEALTHY IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP?

Relationships have a paradoxical impact on life, serving as the source of some of one’s best and worst moments. Outside of academics, many college students devote a large amount of time and energy to finding a suitable romantic partner. However, words like suitable or good do not always serve as an effective set of guidelines … Continue reading

COLLEGE NEWS|MARCH 2014

Roger and Jody Lawler of Frisco made a $2 million gift for student scholarships through the Collin College Foundation. The donation is the largest from an individual family in the history of Collin College. In recognition of the gift, the college named Lawler Hall at the Preston Ridge Campus, formerly D building, in their honor. … Continue reading

THE QUEST FOR ZZZs

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 40.6 million American workers, 30 percent of the civilian workforce, do not get enough rest.1 According to a 2011 Harvard Medical School study, sleep-deprived American workers ultimately cost their employers $63 billion in lost productivity. However, this problem is not unique to the U.S. Some of the … Continue reading

VALENTINE’S Q & A WITH CHEF SEVERS

Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Education’s Chef Tom Severs answers your Valentine’s questions: 1) What are tasty meals that won’t give you of your “special someone” bad breathe? Fish, either baked or grilled, is a very safe preparation, as long as you don’t use garlic. Your normal seasoning of salt and pepper will do. You … Continue reading

DEAN’S LIST FALL 2013

Collin College has named the following students to the Dean’s List for the fall 2013 semester. Each achieved a grade point average of between 3.5 and 3.99 while completing at least 12 credit hours. The Dean’s List includes: Addison Danila Usov Abraham Fisher Adam Sharpe Afshan Premji Aislyn Reaves Allen Alyssa Davila Andrew Thompson Angel … Continue reading