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The whole is greater than the sum of its parts

Editorial Board February 2, 2021

Undoubtedly, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the social, economic and cultural aspects of life for many individuals. As students, professors and UTSA administration attempt to navigate the challenges...

Trick-or-treating for all

Trick-or-treating for all

Christina Troy October 30, 2019

In the largely uncontested debate of whether or not college students should still trick-or-treat, with most on the side of “not,” students with disabilities aren’t considered. Last Halloween season,...

Faculty senate votes on plus/minus grading

Faculty senate votes on plus/minus grading

Joseph Torres October 23, 2019

UTSA’s Faculty Senate voted against the Joint Committee on Plus/Minus Grading’s (JPMC) recommendation of a “complete discontinuation of the plus/minus grading system at UTSA” on Oct. 17. The JPCM,...

Breakin' the beach

Breakin’ the beach

Samantha Ceballos March 28, 2017

Spring break has zoomed past us. We now inch closer to the end of the semester as we excitedly plan our next wild party or plan our next crazy vacation. Rarely does a college student think about the destruction...

The art of being a hot mess

The art of being a hot mess

Jade Cuevas May 4, 2016

College is hard. Schoolwork, student organizations, social life, romantic relationships, career possibilities, finances, friendships, apartment life — balancing all of these aspects of college life can...

Over-connection to social media leads to disconnection in person

Over-connection to social media leads to disconnection in person

Editorial staff March 30, 2016

Studies show that the number of social media users ages 18-29 have grown over 1000 percent in the last eight years. This drastic shift in our    technology-filled   world has caused a rift in the lives...

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