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Alyssa Foley

Alyssa Foley, Editor

Alyssa served as The Egalitarian editor-in-chief from October 2014 - May 2016, and she served as the news editor from January 2017 - May 2017. She transferred to the University of Houston in fall 2017. Find her on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Alyssa was born and raised in Houston. She was homeschooled K-12 and is a communications major.

She is a Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society member and Texas Region Hall of Honor inductee with nothing but love for her Omega Sigma Chapter family. Alyssa is mesmerized by the magic of theatre and has acted in the college's production of Shakespeare's 'Comedy of Errors' (fall 2015) as the Abbess and Luce and in an Acting III class showcase (spring 2016), both at the Stafford campus. She published a research essay in the college's history journal 'Fronteras Unidas' spring 2017 edition. Alyssa was a panelist at U.N. Global Issues Day 2017 at the West Loop campus and helped plan and host U.N. World Water Day 2015 at the Stafford campus.



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HCCs Phi Theta Kappa - Omega Sigma chapter officers and advisers poise with their international distinguished chapter and project awards at the Catalyst convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

Omega Sigma top 100

April 26, 2017
Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg, introduced her Misdemeanor Marijuana Diversion Program at the Harris County Justice Criminal Justice Center on Feb. 16. The program will go into effect on March 1.

Marijuana decriminalized

February 22, 2017
Board of Trustees Chair Eva Loredo, and trustees Adriana Tamez, Carolyn Evans-Shabazz, Robert Glaser and John Hansen pose with HCC staff and students on the steps of the Texas State Capitol on Community College Day on Feb 7.

Students lobby at capitol

February 22, 2017

[VIDEO] Cyber Perks

February 27, 2016
Students give free hugs

Students give free hugs

February 19, 2016
, Monday, February 08, 2016 in Houston, Tex. (Thomas Hopkins/Egalitarian)

HCC tutors free

February 12, 2016
Screenshot of the website, Jan. 26.

Get covered

January 27, 2016
Textbooks: whats next?

Textbooks: what’s next?

December 10, 2015
New student email, perks

New student email, perks

December 10, 2015
From left to right are Southwest Student Government Association Vice President Ayo Shofoluwe, HCC Board of Trustee Neeta Sane, Southwest Interim President Madeline Burillo and Southwest Student Government Association President Charles Tolden. Here, Sane addresses students at the People for Purpose Pep Rally after Burillo at the Stafford campus Nov. 11.

Southwest hosts pep rally

November 20, 2015
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