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All photos by Paloma Mattern; Students clap and cheer as they watch their fellow classmate climb a 40-foot telephone pole.

Outdoor Adventure class takes on high-ropes

August 5, 2019

Tests are the norm when taking college classes, but this summer, students in Dr. Liana Davis’s class were tested in a completely different way ... including...

Images courtesy of Arianna Aloia/ISLAND WAVES - President Quintanilla, Mayor Joe McComb, and members of volleyball and basket teams gathered to cut the ribbon

Corpus Christi takes another step into the college town role with the opening of the Islanders Pavilion and Courts

April 26, 2019

On April 24, the Islanders Pavilion and Courts located in downtown Corpus Christi at The Water’s Edge (602 S. Shoreline Blvd.) celebrated their grand o...

Image courtesy of Daniel Mondragon

Joseph Guerrero wins Best in Show for the ‘My Medium’ student exhibition

April 24, 2019

The Department of Art + Design’s Student Art Association is hosting their annual undergraduate student exhibition “My Medium” in the Weil Gallery f...

Photography courtesy of Matthew Tamez, The Vietnamese Student Association performed Banh Troi Nuoc (Woman) during the Parade of Nations

International Students share their culture in Parade of Nations

March 31, 2019

This year’s Parade of Nations went off without a hitch on March 21 In the University Center as students from around the globe were able to share their ...

Photography courtesy of Matthew Tamez

University spending $49,000 to study pothole causes

March 20, 2019

Students, faculty and staff have no doubt encountered some of the deep potholes that have formed on campus at TAMU-CC. Places such as the Hammerhead p...

Image courtesy of Jonathan Garcia, Island Waves.

Code Blue – Corpus Christi Hall closed

January 23, 2019

Corpus Christi Hall will be closed Wed. for electrical repairs on Wednesday Jan 23, 2019.

Photo by Matthew Tamez, Island Waves

SGA holds first Senator meeting of spring 2019

January 23, 2019

On Jan 14., the Student Government Association held their first Senator’s meeting on campus at TAMU-CC. This meeting, which is open to the public, was...

Image courtesy of photos.tamucc.edu/TAMU-CC MAR COM
Michael Martin Murphey performs during his 2016 Cowboy Christmas Concert in the PAC.

Michael Martin Murphey’s Cowboy Christmas Concert

December 2, 2018

The 25th Anniversary of Michael Martin Murphey’s Cowboy Christmas Concert returns to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to deliver good cheer for...

Image courtesy of photos.tamucc.edu/TAMU-CC MAR COM
This is the snake, Ferdinand, that has been residing in the Center for Sciences on campus for over a decade.

Ferdinand the science snake

December 2, 2018

Many students may have noticed a snake that resides in the Center for Sciences building at TAMU-CC, but have never looked any further into the purpose...

Photo courtesy of Sierra Lutz/ISLAND WAVES
Sculptures by Martha Whittington, currently featured in the Weil Gallery.

Experiencing art with Martha Whittington

November 20, 2018

On Nov. 5, the TAMU-CC Art Department debuted a new exhibition in the Weil Gallery that featured sculptor Martha Whittington. “Line of Sight II” is...

BIRD scooters appear around Corpus Christi

November 17, 2018

Corpus Christi has just received a new electronic means of transportation, one that could be affordable to students but problematic for everyone else. The...

Hayden McLelland to play Ferdinand in ‘The Tempest’

November 11, 2018

Matthew Tamez Reporter Hayden McLelland, a senior Theatre major at TAMU-CC, is playing Ferdinand in the upcoming production of William Shakespeare’...

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