SIERRA VISTA — The historical exhibit “Leaving a Legacy,” presented by Ceci Lewis, is on display at the Cochise College Sierra Vista Campus library commons Nov. 16-30. “Leaving a Legacy,” a free exhibit, celebrates the lives and contributions of women of Mexican heritage in Douglas between the 1920s and 1940s. Lewis, an English instructor at Cochise College, […]
SIERRA VISTA — The Cochise Community Creative Writing Celebration is now accepting submissions for its annual writing contest, which invites work in three categories: poetry, short story and memoir. The writing contest deadline is March 2, 2015. The cost is $5 per entry and includes cash prizes for winners. First-place winners also have their work published in […]
DOUGLAS — Cochise College aviation student Patricia Espinosa is the recipient of the Arizona Business Aviation Association’s top scholarship for fall 2014. Espinosa is in the Professional Pilot and Unmanned Aircraft Systems programs at Cochise College. The Douglas native is the vice president of the Papa Zero Three flight club at the college, and she plans […]
Cochise College will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans Day. Offices reopen under normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and classes resume Wednesday, Nov. 12, at all campuses and centers. To find out more important dates and deadlines this year, check out the Academic Calendar.
Cochise College has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to provide technical and outreach assistance in rural Cochise County projects. USDA Rural Development State Director Alan Stephens presented the grant last Wednesday at the college’s Small Business Development Center on the Sierra Vista Campus. The grant funds a partnership […]
Mirage Literary and Arts Magazine is now accepting submissions for the 2015 issue. Residents of both Cochise and Santa Cruz counties, and students of Cochise College are welcome and encouraged to submit their poetry, prose, artwork, and photography for consideration of publication. Visit the Mirage website at www.cochise.edu/mirage to learn how to submit art and […]
DOUGLAS — The Cochise College Aviation Department recently partnered with Envoy Air in a pilot mentoring and hiring program under an agreement signed in early September. The Pilot Pipeline Program will help Cochise aviation students transition from the college to a first officer position with Envoy, a regional airline carrier based in Irving, Texas. Under […]
The Cochise College Art Department showcased artistic talents of students and adults of all ages at its inaugural street art festival in Douglas last weekend. The event held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Friday, Oct. 10, and Saturday, Oct. 11, on the pavement in front of the Walmart was themed “Celebrating Education in the […]
Cochise College biology students and instructors shared two undergraduate research projects at the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI) National Poster Session last month in Washington D.C. Students Oscar Diaz and Blake Suarez, along with instructors Tasneem Ashraf and Edmund Priddis, answered questions from session attendees and displayed posters detailing their bean beetle and wildlife […]
The Cochise College Douglas Campus is closed Wednesday, Oct. 15, due to a power outage. All Douglas Campus classes and activities are canceled until power is restored. All non-essential personnel should remain off campus. The campus is expected to be open as usual Thursday, Oct. 16.