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Tino F. Gonzalez

Tino F. Gonzalez

Position 1

Fred D. Raschke

Fred D. Raschke

Vice Chairperson
 Position 2

Karen F. Flowers

Karen F. Flowers

Chairperson
Position 3

Raymond Lewis, Jr.

Raymond Lewis, Jr.

 Position 4

Michael B. Hughes

Michael B. Hughes

Secretary
Position 5

Armin Cantini

Armin Cantini

Position 9

Carroll G. Sunseri

Carroll G. Sunseri

Position 6

Rebecca Trout Unbehagen

Rebecca Trout Unbehagen

Position 7

Carl E. Kelly

Carl E. Kelly

Position 8

Four Galveston College Whitecaps sign National Letters of Intent with NCAA Division I universities

Four Galveston College baseball players signed National Letters of Intent Nov. 14 to play with three universities in Texas and Louisiana. “We are excited to be sending another four student-athletes to outstanding NCAA Division I programs in our region,” said Whitecaps...

Galveston Art League honors Galveston College Community Chorale

The Galveston Art League recently recognized the Galveston College Community Chorale as one of its 2018 honorees at “An Evening of Art and Music,” the league’s fifth annual gala. “It is well recognized that the GCCC has made significant contributions to the arts in...

Whitecaps softball signs Aspyn Grossman

The Galveston College softball team welcomes outfielder Aspyn Grossman to the Whitecaps family. Grossman, a standout senior at Bullard High School, signed with the Whitecaps on Nov. 5 at a ceremony at her high school in Bullard, Texas. Bullard High Head Softball Coach...

Galveston College Theatre to present ‘No-Hole Holiday’

This holiday season, the Galveston College Theatre department will present the musical-comedy, “The No Hole Holiday,” with book and lyrics by Stan Gill and music by Cindy Bright and Stan Gill. An upwardly mobile elf, frustrated Halloween goblins, industrious...

Galveston College to celebrate Veterans Day and 100th anniversary of lighting of the Galveston Jetty Lighthouse beacon

On Veterans Day, Nov. 12, Galveston College and Galveston Island will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the lighting of the lamp at the Galveston Jetty Lighthouse at what was at the time the busiest port on the Gulf Coast and second busiest port in the country. On...

FBI computer scientist to discuss staying safe on social media

Galveston College will present “Stay Safe on Social Media,” a lecture featuring FBI Computer Scientist James Morrison, on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation Wing on the Galveston College campus, 4015 Ave. Q, Galveston, Texas. The lecture...

‘Why Should I Hire You’ is focus of presentation

  More than 230 technical and professional education students and faculty members at Galveston College attended a motivational presentation by career expert and speaker Brooks Harper, author of “Why Should We Hire You,” Oct. 26 on the Galveston College...

First-ever FAFSA Fest draws crowd

  The Galveston College Financial Aid office hosted its first-ever FAFSA Fest in conjunction with the 2018 Fall Festival on Oct. 24 in the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation Wing. More than 50 students and their family members attended the successful event. FAFSA Fest is...

11th Annual Fall Festival is grand success

  More than 1,000 students, faculty, staff and members of the community attended the 11th Annual Fall Festival hosted by the Galveston College Student Government Association and the Office of Student Activities Oct. 24 in the Sarah Hermes Fitness Center and Mary Moody...

Galveston College to host ‘The ABC’s of LGBT+’

The Galveston College Office of Student Activities will host a lunch and learn on “The ABC’s of LGBT+” featuring Robin Mack, co-creator of “the Gender book,” on Monday, Oct. 29, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation Wing-West on the...