February 9, 2018-February 16, 2018

Wondering what to do with all those Mardi Gras beads?

You can still have fun AND be environmentally responsible by recycling your beads! Create all types of neat arts and crafts, such as this charger plate for tableware.

Your friends and family will be sure to notice your craftsmanship! Happy Mardi Gras!

It's time for the Be the Cure on Campus Marrow Event!

Date: Monday, February 19-Wednesday, February 21

Time: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Locations: Outside the Jernigan Library, outside the A&M-Kingsville Dining Hall, outside the engineering building on Monday and Tuesday, and outside the pharmacy school on Wednesday.

There will also be an all digital drive this year! If you cannot make it to any of the locations but would still like to become a registered donor, click on the link below to receive a swab kit in the mail.


Read more about the bone marrow drive below.

Porky's Valentine's:

There were a few hidden surprises around campus on Wednesday, February 14, to celebrate Valentine's Day!

Thank you for sharing your posts with us on social media! #LovePorky

North Korea Lecture:

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - Dr. Koonsam Im is a professor from a university in Japan who is trying to explain the problems between North Korea and the United States.

His lecture took place Friday at Texas A&M University-Kingsville as part of the school's International Affairs group lecture series.

Texas A&M-Kingsville engineering college to host STEAM event at middle school:

Officials from the Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville will host an event at Memorial Middle School in the Kingsville Independent School District, from 3:45 to 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20.

Javelina Music Play classes introduce young children to music early:

The Children’s Music Development Lab at Texas A&M University-Kingsville will hold Javelina Music Play classes for young children from birth to eight years old. Classes will be held Tuesdays beginning Feb. 20 and ending with a concert April 28. Class size is limited to 12 children per class.

A&M-Kingsville professor one of the most well-known Latina artists in the country:

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - One of the best known Latina artists in the country lives and works in the Coastal Bend.

Santa Barraza is a professor of art at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and loves her students.

"Actually I was influenced by the folk art in Mexico," Barraza said.

Barraza is internationally recognized and is an honored artist. Her paintings are loud and proud and include family portraits, watercolor dream scenes and murals.

Are you following Javelina Nation on Instagram?

Is your organization interested in hosting a Snapchat Takeover? Email shelby.purdy@tamuk.edu or naissa.lopez@tamuk.edu for more information!

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