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Isabella Briseño, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

UTSA’s Main Campus is no stranger to controversy. Our student body is outspoken and opinionated, and that is amazing; all young people should have a voice, and I am glad to attend a school where a lot of my peers share the same opinions and passions I do. Because I know we all want to see this community...

The world as we know it: UTSA hosts foreign policy forum to discuss foreign policy’s role in 2020 elections

Margaret E. Talev, Richard N. Haass, Stephen J. Hadley, Jeh Charles Johnson and Mary Beth Long spoke on foreign relations. The foreign policy event was one of four happening in the country.

Josh Peck, News Editor

February 18, 2020

The Council on Foreign Relations hosted one of their four nationwide Election 2020: U.S. Foreign Policy Forums in the Retama at UTSA on Feb. 12. The forum’s four panelists highlighted foreign policy topics to watch out for in today’s world and reasons voters should keep foreign policy in mind when...

Big Sis Advice: New year, same me

Photo Courtesy of Dominique Beltran

Kimiya Factory

January 16, 2019

Greetings all. This semester marks the beginning of the new year 2019, also including countless Instagram posts with the same caption, “New year, new me.” As I scroll past each post of my re-invented followers, I can’t help but wonder if it’s okay to stay the same? The year of 2018 knocked me do...

How to bounce back after a bad semester

Hard working student.
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Rudy Sanchez

January 16, 2019

After a semester defined by a lackluster performance, remaining optimistic is seemingly impossible. I’ve learned this from experience. Spring 2017: a semester that taught me a lot (not in the classroom, however). Although I learned from that turbulent time, I wouldn’t say that I have “bounced back...

Our words matter

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Samantha Ceballos

March 29, 2018

Empowerment is for everyone. No one person or group should be treated as though they do not deserve to succeed or move up in the world. We are all worthy of feeling empowered because we all matter. Empowerment is not meant to isolate certain groups while making others feel more powerful. Our words...