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Future Islanders invited to College 101 conference

Students who are about to be High School Seniors are invited to the first-ever Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi College 101: Future Islander Conference.  During the daylong conference, prospective freshman will learn about the next steps toward becoming an Islander!   Activities will include campus tours, application workshops, dual credit transfer information, tips on picking the best major for you and more.   The goal of the event is to help rising seniors a…

Islander Athletic Fund Casino Night returns for a sixth year

A taste of Vegas is coming to the Island University. The 6th Annual Islander Athletic Fund Casino Night is happening Saturday, August 4th on campus inside the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi University Center, Anchor Ballroom. Games at the event will include poker, blackjack, craps and roulette, along with slot machines. Casino Night also includes a dinner, a cash bar and lots of music. This year’s silent auction will include a wide variety of items on which to bid. There w…

Islanders pitcher headed to the MLB

A Texas A&M Corpus Christi pitcher and Moody High School graduate has been selected by the Los Angeles Angels in the 3rd round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft. Islander Aaron Hernandez was selected 93rd overall today by the Angels. Round #3 – #93 Overall Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Congratulations Aaron! #Shaka Sup pic.twitter.com/2v2TAT2Cs — Islanders Baseball (@IslandersBSB) June 5, 2018 The 6 foot 1 inch right handed pitcher sat out his sophomore year wit…

Islanders hold 5K to support Sexual Assault Awareness Month

College students at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi are teaming up to support Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The University is hosting several educational and engaging activities for students, faculty, staff, and the community at large throughout the month of April. It’s 2018, women still shouldn’t have to live with the fear of being sexually assaulted in their work place, their home, and even while trying to earn an education.  Colleges across the nation are trying t…

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