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Keishla "Kiki" Reyes named a First Team All-American.
Visit for an info session Dec. 19 and find out how an Eastfield education fits your life.
Vote for one of four nominees.
A student organization for LGBTQ individuals and allies.
Bring your digital creations to life in the library.
Maribel Guzman earned her GED more than 15 years after dropping out of high school.
Eastfield lab coordinator Dana See is a part of a growing trend dubbed hobby beekeeping.
Attend an information session at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6.
The Harvesters rallied from two sets behind in Saturday's final match, but fell just short of a second national title.
We're looking for a title to read as a college in 2018-2019.
Get started now on next year's financial aid application.
Celebrate the First Amendment rights of free speech and expression.
Third Annual High School Guitar Program Showcase is Saturday, Nov. 3.
Celebration and veterans ceremony at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1.
Learn all about Eastfield and tour the campus.
Enter your art, photography, short stories, poetry, essays, and even sheet music.
We'll help you find your way around and get involved as the second fall HarvesTerm gets underway.
Celebrate Day of the Dead with a little Halloween thrown in.
Dr. Eddie Tealer is the new president of Eastfield College.
Participate in election-themed events Oct. 29-31 during early voting at the main campus.
West Tejanx AF by Daniel Ray Martinez is on display through Nov. 8. Meet the artist Oct. 30.
Learn the basics of becoming a candidate and an elected official.
See Art Spiegelman, author of "Maus," on campus Thursday, Oct. 18.
Design a T-shirt. You could win $500.
Find help if you're stumped by the new password policy.
Fresh produce will be distributed to students and community members Dec. 6
Musicians from across North Texas perform Wednesdays at 1 p.m. and a few extras days along the way. See the full schedule.
It's not too late! Register for flex-term classes starting in September and October.
The 2018-19 guide to the college by the student newspaper staff is on newsstands and online.
Dusty Reasons Thomas is helming "The Foreigner" beginning Aug. 24.
See photos from the Class of 2018's big day.
"Just Girly Things" by the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group is directed by staff member Lori Honeycutt.
Complete a degree on Saturdays only beginning this fall.
The campus is closed Monday, May 28.
Improve your math and reading scores with these classes in August.
Join us Thursday, May 24 as we pause to remember and honor America’s fallen heroes.
Sign-up for youth summer camps.
Writing, math, accounting, science, Spanish, GED, and TSI help is offered.
We're still the Harvesters. But what should we call our bee?
The groups attended the May 1 board meeting.
Support Eastfield programs with the Jazz Combo on May 16 at Lakewood Brewing Co.
They are the first women's team in school history to bring home a national title.
Attention all high school graduates: Join us June 20 to complete your college admission process.
Sara Corey sang her way to first place.
Exams are Monday, May 7 through Thursday, May 10.
They conducted a yearlong research project on a new drug delivery method.
See photos from the April 26 performance.
Daily activities are designed to lower your anxiety before finals.
"Anna in the Tropics" performances are April 19 and 20.
Students and the community are invited to meet with local employers April 25.
Four days of lessons for advanced middle school, high school, and early college students.
View the presentation from Dr. Jean Conway.
The Harvester Theatre Company staged "Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike."
The student media team brought home more than 50 awards.
Get help with your application, testing options, and financial aid.
View a photo gallery of this "can't miss dance event."
Gallery Director Iris Bechtol's solo exhibition "Carry" continues through April 8.
Students Ereine Resendiz, Jamiah Sandles, Vanessa Carrasco, and Katherine Jones and the Women's Chorus of Dallas performed.
Learn about the candidates running for Dallas County Community College Board of Trustees District 7.
Meet veteran-serving organizations, employers, universities, and more.
The competition is 6 p.m. May 1.
Celebrate music, drama, dance, fine arts, and literature throughout April.
The performance is 8 p.m. Friday, March 9 in the Performance Hall. Admission is free.
Explore the world of science, technology, engineering, and math March 5-9.
Celebrate HERstory with us in March.
Harvesters miss national tournament.
See the newest show, Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike, Feb. 22 and 23.
View the photo gallery.
Attend the free "How to Pay for College" Fair on Saturday, Feb. 10.
Eastfield's new nurse gives tips for flu season. Video by The Et Cetera.
Fresh produce will be distributed to students and community members March 28 and April 25.
Youth program changes its name and offers spring classes.
The North Texas Food Bank will distribute food Wednesday, Jan. 31.
Celebrate Black History Month with us in February.
Eastfield celebrated the start of the spring semester by honoring employees for their service.
The Harvesters are the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III champions.
Let us help you complete and submit missing documents and get registration ready.
Enjoy a week of activities to celebrate the new semester.
North Texas Dance, an online magazine, and the Eastfield student newspaper recently featured stories on technical theater director Lori Honeycutt.
Seven officers of the Phi Theta Kappa Psi Eta Chapter received their 5-Star Competitive Edge pins.
Courtney Brazile, an alumnus of the University of North Texas, is featured in a story on UNT's website.
The Et Cetera has won the national Pacemaker Award, the highest honor for college media organizations.