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St. Philip’s College observes a unique 12th anniversary of giving back next week when 60 culinary arts and restaurant management students prepare a tasty Thanksgiving feast for formerly abused, neglected, abandoned and homeless children on the campus of St. Peter-St. Joseph Children's Home at 919 Mission Road. Read More >
St. Philip's College announced this week that in 2018 the college hosts an international economic development program led by hospitality professions schools in countries of the Western Hemisphere where gastronomy is an economic engine. Read More >
All are welcome to join St. Philip's College hospitality students during the tasty day of music, fun and food in Floresville that is the 2017 Pecan Jubilee festival hosted by the San Antonio River Authority this weekend. Read More >
St. Philip's College students passed a test of moral wisdom when their team completed the three-round 2017 Texas Regional Ethics Bowl Nov. 11 in the Albert B. Alkek Business Building of the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University. Read More >
The St. Philip’s College Southwest Campus is host site of a unique celebration of student success tomorrow---an information session where people can enroll while visiting one campus of a free Alamo Colleges District program that helps Adult Basic Education students succeed in college. Read More >
All are welcome to attend the San Antonio stop of the NAACP Listening Tour of public meetings, moderated by St. Philip’s College faculty member Dr. Gregory Hudspeth, in his capacity as the San Antonio branch of the NAACP's Fair Housing Committee chair, Nov. 14 from 6:30–8:30 p.m. in the Ella Austin Community Center at 1023 N. Pine St. Read More >
St. Philip's College is in the news for hosting Day 5 of San Antonio's Entrepreneurship Week next week. With 81 speakers, twice the number of guests and SPC hosting the final day of the weeklong event where people will connect with ideas of where to go next, the event looks exciting. Read More >
A St. Philip's College faculty member and trauma writing subject matter expert has been teaching college faculty members how to use the writing process to heal in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, both for themselves and their students. Read More >
The 100 Black Men of San Antonio, Inc. announced this week that for the second consecutive year, its Collegiate 100 chapter Mentee of the Year recipient is a corporate vice president of the college's Student Government Association, Diondrick Sorrell from St. Philip's College. Read More >
Many St. Philip’s College students have become known in recent years for obtaining their college degrees before they obtain their high school diplomas, but five St. Philip’s College students in Seguin are earning even more unique honors as they and their college quietly and innovatively navigate the worlds of education, scholarship and service. Read More >
The building named for the St. Philip's College scientist who enabled thousands of SPC alumni to learn as they basked in the glow of his renown for discovering processes for “instantizing” mashed potatoes and the sugar that gives frozen desserts the definitive textures that billions of people worldwide associate with those iconic foods is in the news promoting San Antonio’s Tricentennial celebration this week. Read More >
The St. Philip's College Fine Arts department series of performances for the winter 2017 holiday season that begins today is in the news featuring the SPC Theatre production All My Sons features college drama program alumnus Louis Valdez Read More >
St. Philip's College welding technology program students are behind the scenes in ceremonial preparations for a major Veteran's Day ceremony in San Antonio this weekend. Read More >
A St. Philip's College student is the only two-year community college student who has qualified in a two-part national contest that allows four-year college students to give back and learn by promoting the value of education. Read More >
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