Category Archives: Virtual Event

Stained Glass Museum: Día De Los Muertos

South Texas College partners with Gelman Stained Glass Museum for a two-day Día De Los Muertos celebration.

The STC Library Art Gallery will kick off the celebration with a live webinar on Tuesday, November 1, at 11:30 am. The presentation will introduce the museum and the history of its stained glass collection, commemorating parishioners from over 100 years ago, and bringing their stories back to life. Admission is free and open to the public with registration:

The following Wednesday, November 2, at 6:00 pm, the Gelman Stained Glass Museum will host an in-person celebration and talk for Día de Los Muertos, a day in Mexican culture reserved for prayer and remembering friends and family members who have passed. Attendees may bring candles, flowers, and candies for this memorial. STC students can attend the museum event at a discounted rate.

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The South Texas College Library Art Gallery Program organizes exhibitions and programs to engage student understanding of art and its role in culture, support the academic curriculum, and inspire continued education through direct engagement with artists, scholars, and original works of art.

Transgender Protections Under Title IX

Transgender Protections Under Title IX

Transgender Protections under Title IX

Presenter Andrew Ortiz

Andrew Ortiz of the Transgender Law Center

South Texas College Library is partnering with the Department for Institutional Equity to present a series of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the US federal civil rights law that was enacted as part of the Education Amendments of 1972.

For this special Zoom webinar, we’ll be looking into how Title IX helps transgender students and what changes we can expect in the near future. Join us for a discussion with time for Q&A with staff attorney Andrew Ortiz from the Transgender Law Center. Registration is required, however participants will be able to ask questions anonymously through the Zoom platform. This event is free and open to all.

Event Title: “Transgender Protections Under Title IX”
Speaker: Andrew Ortiz
Date: Tuesday, November 15th 2022
Time: 6PM CST
Register here: Link

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Joshua Rivedal: From Impossible to I’m Possible

i'Mpossible with Joshua Rivedal

Joshua RivedalSeptember is National Suicide Awareness month. STC Library invites our students, faculty, staff, and community to join us for a presentation on how mental wellness is attainable and suicide is preventable. Our presenter, Joshua Rivedal, is the founder and creative director of The i’Mpossible Project. As a public speaker and educator, his primary focus is on suicide prevention and mental health; speeches and seminars on his experiences as a survivor of suicide loss, an attempt survivor, an abuse survivor, and youth suicide prevention—often paired with standup comedy or his one-man show Kicking My Blue Genes in the Butt (based on his book The Gospel According to Josh).

Event Title: “From Impossible to I’m Possible: Suicide Prevention CPR”
Speaker: Joshua Rivedal
Date: Wednesday September 21st, 2022
Time: 6PM CST

Register here: Link

From Impossible to I'm Possible

If you or someone you know are faced with a mental health crisis, please call the crisis hotline of the local mental health or local behavioral health authority for your county. You may find this number by using the online mental health services search form or by calling one of the numbers below.

Student Success Workshops

Student Success Workshop recordings now available!

Student Success Workshops

In the Spring 2022 semester, STC Libraries partnered with the Center for Learning Excellence to offer six Student Success Workshops available though Zoom for STC students. The workshops are now available through the Center for Learning Excellence’s YouTube channel at the following links.

Keep an eye on this blog as well as our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds for more opportunities to brush up on your library know-how and studying skills!

Living Beyond Borders

Living Beyond Borders with Margarita Longoria

Living Beyond Borders

STC Library is thrilled to host local librarian and author Margarita Longoria for National Library Week! Join us for a discussion of libraries, books, publishing, and Margarita’s recent anthology Living Beyond Borders: Growing up Mexican in America

Margarita Longoria Living Beyond Borders is at once an eye-opening, heart-wrenching, and hopeful love letter from the Mexican American community to today’s young readers. A powerful exploration of what it means to be Mexican American.” – Penguin Random House

Join us on Zoom Webinar on April 7th at 6PM. To register, visit the link below.

Event Title: “Living Beyond Borders with Margarita Longoria”

Speaker: Margarita Longoria

Date: Thursday, April 7th, 2022

Time: 6PM – 7PM CST

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Project Management

Project Management with William Roper

Project Managment

IT project management involves planning, scheduling, execution, monitoring and reporting of IT projects. Learn from STC alumnus William Roper about this important part of the IT field.

Event Title: “Project Management”

Speaker: William Roper

Date: Thursday, March 24th 2022

Time: 6PM – 7PM CST

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Love, Drugs, and Politics

Love, Drugs, and Politics in Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Love Drugs and PoliticsSTC Library is thrilled to present Professor Emerita of Kenyon College, Pamela K. Jensen on this year’s Will’n in Weslaco featured play, Romeo and Juliet. Join us on April 5th at 6PM on Zoom Webinar or in-person at Mid-Valley Campus G288 for this conversation about Shakespeare’s beloved tragedy.

 Pam K. JensenEvent Title: “Love, Drugs, and Politics in William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet”

Speaker: Pamela K. Jensen

Date: Tuesday, April 5th 2022

Time: 6PM – 7PM CST

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Inside the Artists Studio

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The STC Library presents a series of virtual art workshops.


The South Texas College Library Art Gallery presents a virtual art workshop series “Inside the Artist Studio” every second Wednesday of the month beginning in February at 1 p.m.

At every session, a different artist will lead participants in an hour-long workshop teaching specific visual art skills—figure drawing, resin collaging, and visually interpreting written poems.

Each workshop will broadcast from inside each artist’s home studios giving us a glimpse into their work, inspiration, media, and path it has taken to become the artists they are.

Artists featured within this series are Divine Agbeko, Jaden D. Blango, Aimaloghi Eromosele, and Marcelina Gonzales.

Artists Jason Valdez and Josue Ramirez will give virtual presentations about their exhibits at the STC Technology and Mid-Valley Campus Libraries. All events are free and open to the public.

This series is scheduled on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. via Zoom.

Feb. 9 – Figure Drawing with Jaden Blango
Feb. 16 – “Time and a Half” with Jason Valdez
March 2 – “Who’s the Bandit” with Josue Ramirez
March 9 – Resin Collage with Marcelina Gonzales
April 13 – Visual Poetry with Aimaloghi Eromosele and Divine Agbeko

To register for these events, visit:

For more information, contact (956) 872-3488,, or visit

STC’s Library Art Gallery Program organizes exhibitions and educational programs to engage student understanding of art and its role in culture, support the academic curriculum, and inspire continued education through direct engagement with artists, scholars, and original works of art.

STC Library Virtual Art Workshops

Grit with Donna Clark-Love

Grit with Donna Clark Love

GritGrit is what happens when you pair passion with the tenacity to overcome obstacles. Join STC Library and Donna Clark-Love to learn how to cultivate grit and achieve your goals in tough times. Join us on February 16th at 6PM on Zoom Webinar to learn more about how you can cultivate grit in your life.

Donna Clark LoveDonna Clark-Love is an internationally recognized expert and trainer in the areas of Bully Prevention.  Donna has been featured on the NBC Today Show and the NBC Evening News to highlight successful prevention/intervention programs and also has been interviewed and featured in Forbes Magazine.

Donna captivates her audiences by integrating brain-based strategies in her training programs to create spirited, productive and participatory sessions.  Her Accelerated Learning Training is being utilized by school districts who desire to improve academic performance and raise student test scores.

For more information on Donna and her presentations, check out!

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