TSTC cyber security students form campus’ first student club

Inspired by the most common computer error, the 404 Computer Club was formed making it the first official student club at Texas State Technical College in Fort Bend County. The 404 Computer Club was founded by four cyber security technology students, placing it under the program’s umbrella. “We wanted a creative name but something (computer […]

TSTC homecoming: Instructor finds his way back a second time

After five years away from Texas State Technical College, Artemio Olivares is back as the precision machining technology instructor at the college’s newest campus in Fort Bend County. As an alumnus and instructor, Olivares knows the many facets of the college. He was first introduced to TSTC when it was Texas State Technical Institute in […]

Fort Bend Aggie Moms’ Club scholarship application is now open

Every year, the Fort Bend Aggie Moms’ Club raises funds throughout the year to award scholarships to deserving students attending Texas A&M University – College Station, Galveston or Blinn TEAM. The scholarship program seeks to recognize and reward Texas A&M University students who are proficient in academics, involved in purposeful activities outside the classroom with […]

TSTC’s Fort Bend County campus sees first graduates

Degrees earned in precision machining technology There are two students from Texas State Technical College in Fort Bend County who made history on Friday by being the first to graduate from TSTC’s new Industrial Technology Center. Chris Calmes and Salman Maredia both earned their associate degrees in precision machining technology during the commencement ceremony held […]

@FtBendAthletics: College Station ends Marshall’s playoff run, Stafford falls by a point

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star In a 14-game season, the good and bad bounces of the football will even out for a team. But in any given five-second span of time, you can throw out the laws of probability. With 22 seconds to go in the third quarter, a College Station punt […]

Memphis upsets Houston 48-44, Herman heads to UT

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star The University of Houston started out slow, made a furious comeback, but fell short at the end of the game, losing to Memphis 48-44. Also on Saturday, Tom Herman resigned as head coach at the University of Houston to take a similar position at the University of […]

HCC Rising Leaders Conference creates new opportunities in Fort Bend County

In a packed room at the Houston Community College (HCC) Stafford Campus, more than 100 high school students and their parents learned about the HCC Honors College and the opportunity to complete the first two years of college at no expense to their families. Stafford High School sophomore, Nia Scott, was among the crowd of […]

Houston beats Tulane 30-18

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star The University of Houston Cougars recovered a fumbled punt in the end zone just 77 seconds into the game and went on to defeat Tulane 30-18. With No. 3 ranked Louisville coming to TDECU Stadium on Thursday night, the big question for the Cougars is the health […]

UH comes from behind to beat Central Florida

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Just when the Cougars’ season was starting to swirl down the drain, the players who are expected to make plays, finally made some plays, and the University of Houston came back to defeat the University of Central Florida 31-24 Saturday. UH was behind 24-3 with 13:05 to […]

UH System regents approve development of new campus in Katy

Working to expand higher education opportunities in Katy and West Houston, the University of Houston System has announced plans to purchase 46 acres and build a state-of-the-art academic building in the fast-growing suburban area. The new site will be known as UHS University Park. UH System regents approved the purchase Thursday. “This purchase signals a […]

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