Media Resources

Finding common ground: Dr. Eddy Ruiz

May 5, 2021
  Intentional listening is perhaps one of the greatest strengths Dr. Eddy Ruiz brings to the table. As San Jacinto College’s newly named assistant vice chancellor for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), he’s been busy making his rounds…

Audio Engineering gets a tune-up at San Jac

May 5, 2021
The audio engineering facilities at San Jacinto College Central Campus have received an upgrade recently and are preparing to open their doors to students this June. The upgrade in equipment and facilities come in part thanks to a $50,000…

Central campus theatre turns to film

May 5, 2021
For San Jacinto College’s Central Campus theatre and film department, performance is vital to their success. With the onset of Covid-19, the program had to get creative to continue instruction. “We weren’t allowed to be on campus, much…

How to bring your frozen plants back to blooming

May 5, 2021
Winter storm Uri brought freezing temps and ice through Texas this February, leaving tens of thousands without water and power throughout the Lone Star State. While many citizens experienced busted pipes and other damage, Texas plants and…

Partnership of Petrochemical Leaders to become educational hub

May 5, 2021
The Partnership of Petrochemical Leaders (PPL) at the LyondellBasell Center for Petrochemical, Energy, and Technology (CPET) at San Jacinto College is looking to enhance the education of leaders in the oil and gas industry. “Professional…

Ten-year-old techie achieving computer degree 40 years later

May 4, 2021
  In the early ‘80s, Walter Luna got what must have been a prize to any 10-year-old techie: a TI-99/4A. Clunky by today’s standards, the early home computer with a cassette drive launched his entry into BASIC programming language. Luna…