News 2011 February Archive

Dallas Cowboys players talks about college awareness with high school athletes

Dallas Cowboys safety Andrew Sendejo will address student athletes about pursuing college educations Friday, Feb. 25, at 8:45 a.m. in the Lubbock High School Auditorium.

Center for P-16 Initiatives holds grand opening

San Marcos — The Center for P-16 Initiatives recently held its grand opening celebration in Brazos Hall on the ground floor at 601 University Drive on the Texas State University More…

Richland College forms a new community partnership to provide free educational resources

Richland College has partnered with Faithway Fellowship Baptist Church and Empower DFW, to open Dallas county’s very first GenTX ROOTS College Go Center.

Elaine Mendoza tapped for Texas A&M Board of Regents

San Antonio technology entrepreneur Elaine Mendoza has been appointed to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents for a term to expire on Feb. 1, 2017.

GenTX makes college readiness cool, accessible

Getting inside the brain of a teenager is no easy task, especially when it comes to creating a movement focused on higher education, explains Generation TX Executive Director Mari Aguirre More…

Generation TX San Antonio Rock Your Future GenTX Fest ‘Marks a New Era’

Celebrity Guests and Community Leaders Joined Thousands of Bexar County Ninth Graders at Generation TX San Antonio’s Day of Fun, Inspiration, and Information in Their Pursuit of Education Beyond High More…

Wrong road to right path

Isaac Torres, fine arts graduate student, works with Generation TX, a program designed to inspire and provide students with tools to apply, attend, and pay for a college education. The More…

S.A. scholar makes her mark at Rice

When Citlali Tapia was introduced to Express-News readers by a fellow columnist four years ago, she was a teenage dynamo anxious about her college-going future. For Tapia, it wasn’t a More…