Latinos en Acción help raise money for the KC Food Pantry

From all of us in Latinos en Accion, we want to say thank you to the KC Community for supporting our taco sale today. Your generosity helped us raise $227.00for the Student Food Pantry, and we also had some food items donated to the pantry. This event also created even more awareness for what the […]

Baptist Student Ministry travels to Mission Arlington, ministers to neighborhoods

  A group of students from KC’s Baptist Student Ministry participated in the outreach program, Rainbow Express, at Mission Arlington over Spring Break week. This program gave students an opportunity to be a part of the backyard Bible club Mission Arlington offers in their church. Students entered apartment complexes throughout the Arlington area to round […]

‘Check Please’ continues until Sunday

The KC Theatre Department is presenting Jonathan Rand’s hit sketch-comedy, “Check Pleasein Van Cliburn Auditorium through Sunday. The play continues at 7:30 p.m. Friday with a matinee performance 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 13. General admission tickets are $6 for adults, $5 for students and $4 with a student ID. Children under the age of seven […]

KC makes it to All State Band

On Feb. 15 the Texas Community College Band Director Association had its annual All State Symphonic Band performance in San Antonio, with two KC students participating. KC band members Callyeno Bristow, Lufkin sophomore, and Cara Fletcher, Longview freshman, both participated in this event, and enjoyed it very much. To participate in All State Symphonic Band, […]

‘Animal Farm’ opens Tuesday

The KC theatre department’s rendition of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” adapted by Ian Wooldridge begins at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 25 nightly through Feb. 28, with a matinee performance at 2:30 p.m. March 2. This is the stage adaptation of George Orwell’s novel, which was written as an allegorical fable: “a fairy story” in his words, […]

TRiO takes members on campus tours

Members of TRiO will be taking tours of university campuses across Texas throughout the end of February and the month of March. The first tour will be of the Texas A&M Commerce campus on Friday, Feb. 28. Students will also have an opportunity to attend the University of North Texas preview day on the weekend […]

Health occupations job fair March 4

KC is hosting a Health Occupations job fair from 1 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 4 in the Devall Student Center ballroom. The job fair offers students the opportunity to meet employers, ask questions about their companies/facilities and see what jobs are available. If students have resumes with them, they could end up with […]

300-plus students invited to join PTK; meeting Feb. 21

Phi Theta Kappa has sent out invitation letters to more than 300 new candidates this week. If students believe they meet the criteria but have not received a letter, they can contact Dr. Paul C. Buchanan at 903-983-8253 or Michelle Daniels at 903-983-8621. An orientation meeting about PTK will be at noon on Feb. 21 […]

TRiO hosts event to die for

TRiO and the Office of Student Life will be hosting a classic murder mystery night beginning at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 20 in the Devall Student Center ballroom. The scene will be set at the James D. Murder High class of 1985 reunion. It is the first time seeing everyone in the class since graduation. […]

Students place in design competition

Kassidy Taylor Web Editor KC students competed in The Texas 2 Show Design Competition in Dallas along with hundreds of students from several community colleges in Texas. The competition was hosted by Brookhaven College of Visual Communications. Joseph Schultz, Marshall, won first place in Pack Design and Book Cover Design. He also won second place […]

Rehearsals underway for ‘Animal Farm’

Kassidy Taylor Web Editor KC theatre will perform George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” at 7:30 p.m. from Tuesday, Feb. 25 through Feb. 28 with a final matinee at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 2 in the Van Cliburn Auditorium. The production will be suitable for all ages. “Animal Farm” is a political literature novel written in […]

Yoga class teaches variety of breathing techniques

ASHLEY MORALES Executive Editor Students looking to get in a class that will help alleviate stress should consider taking Beginning Yoga. “Yoga is the science of calming the mind,” Cecile Craft, yoga instructor, said. Craft believes the benefits of yoga allow college students to rediscover a sense of wholeness in life. “We are not our […]

Student qualifies for invitational

ASHLEY MORALES Executive Editor KC Ranger Shooting Team’s Caitlin Ross fired her way to the final round of the ACUI Shotgun Tournament in College Station Jan. 4. Ross shot through three rounds before entering the final round. The final round consisted of a 25-shot final, in which she tied with 18 shots. To determine who […]