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Swine flu affects San Antonio

April 28, 2009

In Mexico City, the streets were quiet on April 26, the soccer team played to ok empty stadium and the cardinal gave Mass in a shuttered cathedral, according to the Associated Press (AP). The...

Remember the Tea Party

April 20, 2009

Thousands of protesters gathered April 15, amidst the colorful Fiesta decorations, at the Alamo and Hemisphere Park. Demonstrators waved signs and chanted, yet listened quietly as speakers, including...

Guns on campus trigger debate

April 13, 2009

The Student Government Association will debate two resolutions about concealed handguns on April 16. One resolution, written by Laura Carr, presents an argument against allowing concealed handguns on...

UTSA adopts two new campus names; Main and Park West

March 30, 2009

Known as the UTSA 1604 Campus since the mid-1990s, UTSA President Ricardo Romo announces that the campus now officially will be designated as the UTSA Main Campus. Additionally, the 125-acre tract added...

Fox speaks out

March 30, 2009

September 11, 2001 not only dashed the dreams of many Americans, but of many Mexicans as well. Prior to September 11, former president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, and former President George W....

Students rally to D.C. for enviornment

March 23, 2009

Over 12,000 students gathered from across the nation in Washington D.C. from Feb. 27 to March 2 to advocate an increased awareness of environmental issues and clean energy possibilities. Four...

Chancellor pays visit to campus

March 23, 2009

When Dr. Francisco Cigarroa is not busy being chancellor for the UT System, he is working rounds as a pediatric surgeon at his old stomping grounds, the UT Health Science Center San Antonio,...

UTSA reaches out through advertising

March 10, 2009

UTSA looks to make its name and its story known throughout San Antonio through a series of broadcasts on local radio stations and billboards across San Antonio."It's actually a very small marketing...

UTSA working on vaccine for deadly bacteria

February 23, 2009

The UTSA biology lab is working to find a vaccine for Francisella tularensis (FT), a form of deadly bacteria that has been developed into biological warfare. Like anthrax, the FT bacteria can be developed...

UTSA organizations to educate on human trafficking

February 23, 2009

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, along with 12 other Christian organizations on campus, are hosting a game show event, The Price of Life March 3 at 7 p.m. in the Retama Room, UC Phase II. The purpose...

Historical documents given to UTSA

February 23, 2009

UTSA officials announced Feb. 11 that the UTSA archives will receive historic documents from the Aline B. Carter family. The documents consist of reports, letters, and financial information about...

UTSA Celebrates Black History Month

February 23, 2009

Known to many as the time for candy, flowers and other gifts, February is not just about Valentine's Day. February is National Black History Month.Black History Month seems to be a time to celebrate the...

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