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The art of live theater coming to Palo Alto

This fall, Teatro Palo Alto is launching its inaugural theater season with four exciting shows that are sure to entertain all ages. Kicking off the season is Alicia, a bilingual adaptation of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Read More >

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The art of live theater coming to Palo Alto

This fall, Teatro Palo Alto is launching its inaugural theater season with four exciting shows that are sure to entertain all ages. Kicking off the season is Alicia, a bilingual adaptation of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Read More >

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Veterans helping veterans

Palo Alto College's Office of Veterans Affairs helps veteran students succeed through guidance and relationships. Read More >

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Unique student resource opening soon

This fall, the Student Health, Advocacy, Resource and Engagement (S.H.A.R.E.) Center will open its doors to help improve students’ food disparities, clothing needs, physical and mental health, and engagement. Read More >

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OER provides more than free resources

Besides saving students hundreds of thousands of dollars on textbooks, OER has impacted students with different learning dynamics in Palo Alto College classrooms. Read More >

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STEM students rock the robotics world

Earlier this year, a group of 11 students from Harlandale ISD and Palo Alto College’s S.T.E.M. Early College High School (ECHS) formed a robotics team to compete against other high schools - and they found great success. Read More >

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ECHS students succeed at PAC

Early College High school students find success in classrooms alongside traditional Palo Alto College students. Read More >

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Business student wins national art competition

First-year student Oscar Pinedo might be studying business at Palo Alto College, but he has a special talent that his career path doesn’t necessarily reflect. Pinedo is an award-winning artist. Read More >

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Peers help increase graduation numbers

The advising team plays a crucial role in helping students graduate, and peer advisors pave the way. Read More >

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82-year-old student inspires thousands on Twitter

Students Melanie Salazar and Rene Neira were looking forward to attending college together this fall, not just as fellow students but as family. Read More >

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Ideas funded into action

The Palo Alto College community will be seeing some new features around campus thanks to the Participatory Budgeting (PB) program. Read More >

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Puente program receives state grant to increase college completion

Palo Alto College has been awarded a $102,000 grant to expand its program for educationally underserved first-year students. Read More >

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Future STEM teachers impact workforce sustainability

Three students begin their journeys toward teaching math and science in Southside schools thanks to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas' dedication to building STEM education in the region. Read More >

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Logistics opportunities await

The Logistics and Supply Chain Management program at Palo Alto College invests in the local community by offering a high-quality program that not only benefits individuals, but also the local economy. Read More >

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Palo Alto College receives grant to support first-generation college students

Palo Alto College has received a grant to increase the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds to complete high school, enroll in college, and earn a degree. Read More >

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Palo Alto College names new dean for student success

Alamo Colleges-Palo Alto College and the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees have named Katherine Beaumont Doss as dean for student success, effective Tuesday, July 26. Read More >

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Palo Alto College Helps Hispanic Students Succeed with STEM

Palo Alto College is dedicated to helping Hispanic students work toward careers in fields where minorities often are underrepresented—STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Read More >

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PAC student leader becomes new Student Trustee for ACCD

In April 2016, after much review and deliberation, the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees selected Palo Alto College student Emmanuel Nyong as the new student trustee. Read More >

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New Children’s Library hosts family fun

The Children's Library welcomes young readers of the community to come and enjoy their great resources. Read More >

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    The art of live theater coming to Palo Alto

    Monday, September 26, 2016
    This fall, Teatro Palo Alto is launching its inaugural theater season with four exciting shows that are sure to entertain all ages. Kicking off the season is Alicia, a bilingual adaptation of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Read More >
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    Veterans helping veterans

    Monday, September 26, 2016
    Palo Alto College's Office of Veterans Affairs helps veteran students succeed through guidance and relationships. Read More >
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    Unique student resource opening soon

    Monday, September 19, 2016
    This fall, the Student Health, Advocacy, Resource and Engagement (S.H.A.R.E.) Center will open its doors to help improve students’ food disparities, clothing needs, physical and mental health, and engagement. Read More >
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    OER provides more than free resources

    Monday, September 19, 2016
    Besides saving students hundreds of thousands of dollars on textbooks, OER has impacted students with different learning dynamics in Palo Alto College classrooms. Read More >

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