Parcells new home to Magic death duels

Many moons ago, deep in the dungeon of the CUB, beings known as planeswalkers began an epic war for control of the multi-verse. Necromancers raised armies of undead to battle archangels and their legions of brave soldiers.

Firemages poised with flaming storms of destruction faced off against sorcerers whose mastery of illusions is unparalleled.

AC faculty introduce innovative technology

Two faculty members have been recognized for their efforts to usher Amarillo College into the modern medical age.

Khristi McKelvy, a nursing instructor, and Debby Hall, an assistant professor of nursing, said they realized graduates of the nursing program will be stepping into information technology-dominated health care environments

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OPINION: ‘Help others to help yourself’

I have found that the most gratifying thing I can do in life is to be a benefit to others. Few of us are immune to the frustrations and challenges of daily life—family problems, conflicts at work, illness, stress over money. When we get depressed or anxious, experts may recommend medication and therapy. But a newly emerging school of thought suggests that a simple, age-old principle may be part of both the prevention and the cure: Help others to help yourself.

Been tested lately?

The Amarillo College science department is starting its own testing lab this semester. Students in several science classes can take their tests anytime the lab is open.

A redesign team, made up of several faculty members from the science department, conducted a survey last year asking students what they wanted. The main thing the students said they wanted was more time with the teachers.