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Palm Fiesta medal event…

Three fine arts students and one teacher education student competed to produce The Palm Restaurant’s official Fiesta® pin for 2013.
Palm Medal

Palm Fiesta medal event

As a new part of the St. Philip’s College CultureFest scholarship fundraising programming for 2013, three fine arts students and one teacher education student at St. Philip’s College competed to produce The Palm Restaurant’s official Fiesta® pin for 2013, Dr. Paul Machen, the college’s Dean of Student Success and Dr. Sharon Crockett-Bell, the college’s Director of institutional Advancement, co-announced April 16. Students Gary Sanders, Shalika Walker, Nicole Macias and Adriana Soldevila were this year’s competing pin artists. The selected medal by Adriana Soldevila was unveiled in a ceremony April 17 in The Palm at 233 E. Houston St. Event tickets were $40 per person and all proceeds benefited the St. Philip’s College Presidential Scholarship Fund. Soldevila, Sanders and Walker each received a scholarship. Macias received a book voucher as recognition for her efforts. Under the guidance of college art program director Jennifer Agricola-Mojica and art program instructor Guadalupe (Lupe) Mendoza, Soldevila, Sanders, Walker and Macias were further recognized by the college during the 2013 CultureFest and Rib Cook off on April 25.


  • SPC Homecoming Week

    St. Philip’s College observes Homecoming Week Oct. 16-20. Find details on all events online at, including the 2017 season Homecoming Dinner and Dance program Oct. 20 from 6-11 pm. in the Bowden Alumni Center of the college’s G. J. Sutton Learning Center building at 1801 Martin Luther King Drive. Read More >
  • SPC Vision Care Students Provide Unique Free Vision Care Screening

    With 10 days to prepare, 15 St. Philip’s College Vision Care Technology students gave back by offering free vision care screenings as volunteer health care providers in partnership with Texans Can High School and University of the Incarnate Word's Bowden Eye Care & Health Institute. Read More >
  • Faculty Voice Recital Based on Poems

    Romance, art, music and poetry refresh both the ears and the heart when the final performance of a unique faculty vocal recital produced as a partnership of two local colleges is performed by Eric Schmidt (tenor) and Cheryl Cellon Lindquist (piano) Tuesday evening in San Antonio. Read More >
  • SPC Afro-Colombian Exchange Program Project

    Farm-To-Table: SPC announces first International Culinary Exchange Student Program in Colombia with focus on Afro-Colombian Best Culinary Practices Read More >
  • #HBCUGivingDay

    St. Philip’s College selected on Twitter and Facebook by journalist Roland Martin for #Hbcugivingday Read More >