Stories and Features
Armed with perseverance, mother of two starts over to pursue dream career
When Alejandra Lopez's father died of pancreatic cancer three years ago, it was then that the mother of two realized how she wanted to do more to help others through life's most difficult times.
By Jeannie Peng-Armao
Companies share hiring demands in supply chain and logistics at San Jacinto College Symposium
It's no secret that Houston is a hub for global product distribution, and with that, companies like Crane Worldwide Logistics look for the right people to fill the positions in supply chain management and logistics.
Film showcase to highlight student-created video productions
A featured film was written by 2 San Jacinto College video production students.
San Jac Certified: Former Marine has sights set on career in law enforcement
"I believe a law officer should always try to maintain humility."
Students receive regional and international awards at PTK conference
The Alpha Gamma Zeta chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society recently received several awards for its outstanding efforts at the organization’s regional conference in Houston.
Locks of Love a family tradition
Every two years, sisters Marina Keith and Crystal Almaraz donate their hair to Locks of Love. This year, that tradition is continuing with Almaraz’s four-year-old daughter Destiny.
San Jacinto College offers ESOL classes at nearby church
Students who complete the course earn one college credit
Kroger donates toward Lost in Space summer adventure at San Jacinto College
The Aerospace Academy at San Jacinto College is sending high school students on a geocaching adventure thanks to support from the Kroger Foundation.
San Jacinto College dancers to take the stage for ‘APPLAUSE’
The public is invited to San Jacinto College for the Spring dance concert, "APPLAUSE."
Locks of Love returns to San Jacinto College
Locks of Love and San Jacinto College will host their annual “Share Your Hair” event on April 14 and 15 at the South Campus cosmetology salon.
Fear of math does not add up
“A student does not necessarily have to be naturally good at math in order to become proficient."
Spring concerts to feature a variety of musical styles
April 29 concert will feature student conductors
H-E-B Houston president to deliver San Jacinto College commencement address
Mr. Scott McClelland, president of H-E-B’s Houston Division, will speak to San Jacinto College’s class of 2014 at a commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 10, 2014.
Dance faculty to be highlighted at annual Spring concert event
South Campus dance department will present “Spring into Dance” on April 25 and 26.
Business and education leaders discuss increasing employment in industries
Representatives from business and education recently met to discuss preparing more for careers in the industries of maritime, manufacturing, oil and gas, and health care.
San Jac slime and gak a big hit among Mae Smythe Elementary students
Young students at Mae Smythe Elementary in Pasadena tried their hand at some real-life science experiments alongside San Jacinto College students.
San Jacinto College expanding nursing program to meet high demand
Central Campus Associate Degree Nursing to be extended to the North Campus
National Technical Honor Society adds 13 new members
The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) recently inducted 13 new members to the San Jacinto College South Campus chapter.
Students enjoy annual Coyote Day
The San Jacinto College South Campus held its annual Coyote Day, sponsored by the office of student life.
Houston Business Journal names science, allied health building Landmark Award finalist
San Jacinto College's South Campus science and allied health building has been named as one of three 2014 Houston Business Journal Landmark Awards finalists in the medical category.