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May 2013
Offering Relief for West

On April 17, a fertilizer plant explosion rocked the small town of West, Texas. The blast killed at least 15 people, injured more than 160 and destroyed 150 buildings. [Read More]

TSTC Day at the Capitol

TSTC Marshall, as well as members of the TSTC Waco, TSTC West Texas and TSTC Harlingen campuses represented the Texas State Technical College System at the State Capitol on April 17. Students, faculty and staff went to represent the Colleges, and serve Ice Cream to Texas Senators and Representatives. [Read More]

Spring 2013 Commencement

On April 26, TSTC Marshall held Spring Commencement ceremonies at the Julius S. Scott, Sr. Chapel on the Wiley College Campus. The keynote speaker was Gene Locke who gave an inspirational speech on how attitude helps shape a student’s path after graduation. [Read More]

TSTC Hosts Crawfish Boil

The annual Kickin Crawfish Boil and Students vs. Faculty and Staff Kickball Game was held on April 2 in the new Student Actitivies Center. [Read More]

May - Student Activities Spotlight

New Student Orientation was held on Tuesday, April 30. Welcome to all our new students!

TSTC Marshall Student Government Association held elections on April 17. Congratulations to Steven Anderson, President, LeKeisha Roquemore, Vice President, Tameka Bradford, Secretary, and Holden Cummings, Parliamentarian. [Read More]

Communities Connecting Week

The TSTC Marshall Library is celebrating Communities Connecting Week the week of May 6. On May 6, there will be a breakfast held for Faculty and Staff. On May 7, a fiesta will be held and the big Connecting Communities Event will be held on May 9.

Mentor Program Wraps Up

A luncheon for the mentors was held on April 29 as a “thank you” for being part of the Leadership Institute Mentoring Project. We had 16 mentors and 16 mentees for the spring semester. [Read More]

From Forklift to Mud Truck

The Diesel Equipment Technology students are recycling an old, broken forklift into a running, one-of-a-kind mud truck. Over the course of several semesters, the green military surplus forklift will be transformed into a mud truck with a fully articulating suspension. [Read More]











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