Be true to your school and your program in one of these brand-new, technology-specific t-shirts, available now at the TSTC bookstore.
Better get yours right away -- they're going fast! Just $9.99 in sizes S-XL, $12.99 in 2XL and $13.99 in 3XL, these thick, high-quality t-shirts rock the following technologies/colors:
- Automotive/Cherry Red
- Computer Networking/Metro Blue
- Culinary Arts/Paprika
- Diesel/Sport Grey
- Electrical Power and Controls/Stone Blue
- Environmental Health and Safety/Safety Orange
- Welding/Prairie Dust
Quantities are limited. Not all technologies are represented. If you don't see yours here, check with the bookstore to see if/when it might be available.
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TSTC assistant department chair of Automotive Technology, Rudy Cervantez, swept three of the four top prizes awarded at Culinary Club's inaugural Salsa Bowl competition held Thursday, July 31. The contest aspired to find the best salsa recipe among TSTC students, employees, family and friends.
Cervantez won the Judges' Choice award, the People's Choice award and the Best Table award. He received a combination of medals, trophies and gift certificates.
The judges awarded second place to Chef Len Pawlick and third place to Hillario Leon. They each received gift certificates.
Culinary Arts claimed the Departmental Award for having the most partcipants attend the event. The Salsa Bowl, designed as a traveling trophy with room for multiple winners' names, is still being engraved.
Culinary Club wishes to thank all the participants, with special recognition to judges from Baylor Aramark and special guest judge Greta W. Watson.
The TSTC President's Honor Roll recognizes the accomplishments of full-time students who achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average for all classes in a semester. View honor roll recipients.
Dean's Honor Roll Spring 2014
The TSTC Dean's Honor Roll recognizes the accomplishments of full-time students who achieved a 3.5 to 3.9 grade point average in all classes for a semester. View honor roll recipients.