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CTE Department plans job, vendor fair

By PlainsmenPost / April 26, 2019 /

FPC Career and Technical Education Department is set to host a CTE Job and Vendor Fair on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at the FPC A&I Building, located at 901 Opal St. Tables will be set up in various locations of the A&I building for FPC/local industry partners and vendors to allow students and the community…

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Dyslexia workshop offers experience, information

By PlainsmenPost / April 19, 2019 /

By Plainsmen Post In order to help educators, parents, and other interested parties understand what students with dyslexia experience every day, FPC has partnered with WTAMU Center for Learning Disabilities to offer a Dyslexia simulation event from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, April 22, in the Dillard Library on the FPC Borger Campus.…

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FPC, WT team up for inaugural education signing

By PlainsmenPost / April 18, 2019 /

By Plainsmen Post Spring marks many occasions in education, one of which is signing days. On Monday this time-honored tradition will take place in the Dillard Library at Frank Phillips College, but this signing day is unique. The students who are signing plan to study education at West Texas A&M University. “Having a signing day…

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Fun Before Finals update

By PlainsmenPost / April 16, 2019 /

By The Plainsmen Post Fun Before Finals has been moved to Tuesday, April 23. The time of the event is still from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., and students will have the opportunity to participate in the same events. “Whether we like it or not, Texas weather is sometimes unpredictable,” said Lydia Howell, SGA co-adviser.…

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Fun Before Finals offers on-campus fun

By PlainsmenPost / April 11, 2019 /

Plainsmen Post Staff While students, faculty, and staff get ready for the end of semester, FPC campus organizations are working on planning a fun-filled evening for the college community. Fun Before Finals is set to take place from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the FPC Borger campus between the ARC/TRiO building and the BCAC.…

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Plainsmen sacrifice break

By PlainsmenPost / April 11, 2019 /

By Jessica Dammers Plainsmen Post Staff While most students enjoyed a relaxing Spring Break, members of the livestock judging, baseball and softball teams sacrificed their break to represent Frank Phillips College. The livestock judging team traveled to south Texas to compete at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, while the baseball team played a double…

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TRiO offers extra help on campus

By PlainsmenPost / October 25, 2018 /

By Cristian Avila Plainsmen Post Staff TRiO student Dyllan Drennan said that the organization is a “life saver.” “If you live out of town, when you need to print (a paper) or forget your books at home,” Drennan said. TRiO is an organization on campus that provides students with many services that will ensure their…

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Fall Festival offerings expand

By PlainsmenPost / October 25, 2018 /

By Madison Line Plainsmen Post Staff This year the Fall Festival won’t end after the candy runs out. The Student Government Association is set to host a Halloween-themed dance immediately following the Fall Festival. All FPC students are invited. The members of SGA want the students at FPC to have a fun college experience and…

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Tea time: tea now offered at the BCAC

By PlainsmenPost / September 18, 2018 /

Tea time: tea now offered at the BCAC Kelsi McDonald, Plainsmen Post Staff April 30, 2018 For some that may not know, the BCAC sells tea in the concession stand. Six flavors are available to choose from; unsweet/sweet southern pecan, unsweet/sweet signature blend, sweet coconut, blueberry, raspberry and mint. BCAC employee Chelsea Tyler, said she makes the tea and…

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Sports king, queen festivities set

By PlainsmenPost / September 18, 2018 /

Sports king, queen festivities set Mercedes Ott, Plainsmen Post Editor In Chief April 17, 2018 It is time for coaches to acknowledge their top players at the Sports King and Queen Coronation. The coronation will take place at 12:30 p.m. on April 23 in front of the CLC building. Great Western Dining will provide walking…

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