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State of the City- February 26,2021

State of the City- February 26,2021

Bella Nieto, News Editor February 26, 2021

Local News: The City of San Antonio's Public Works Department is predicting an increase in the amount of potholes around the city because of the winter storm in the latter part of last week. The Public...

State of the City-February 22, 2021

State of the City-February 22, 2021

Bella Nieto, News Editor February 23, 2021

Local Updates: After the winter storm that swept San Antonio, putting many out of electricity and leaving water systems compromised, as of Sunday afternoon, all San Antonio residents service by SAWS...

State of the City- February 12, 2021

State of the City- February 12, 2021

Bella Nieto, News Editor February 12, 2021

Local News Parts of the Texas Hill Country remain under a Winter Weather Warning by the National Weather Service. The arctic blast brings in a combination of rain, sleet and near-freezing temperatures....

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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...

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Due to COVID concerns, Volleyball cancels matches at Tulane

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor January 26, 2021

The UTSA Athletics Department announced today that the volleyball program would be cancelling its planned matches on Jan. 28 and Jan. 29 against Tulane University due to COVID-19 concerns within the program....

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The minimum wage debate debunked

Bella Nieto, News Editor January 22, 2021

On the campaign trail, President Joe Biden promised sweeping legislation and executive orders that would address some of the nation's greatest obstacles ranging from healthcare to racial and economic inequality....

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First things first: Biden must tackle the COVID-19 pandemic

Christopher Perez, Contributing Writer January 22, 2021

As President Joe Biden begins his term, he faces a tough road ahead. A divided United States; protests for police reform; an ever-growing climate crisis; and a never-ending pandemic are some of the largest...

The NFL is ignoring their growing coronavirus problem

The NFL is ignoring their growing coronavirus problem

Ryder Martin, Assistant Sports Editor October 9, 2020

It took four weeks, but the National Football League has finally experienced its first major outbreak of COVID-19. As of Thursday morning, 23 members of the Tennessee Titans, consisting of both players...

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Over 1,500 COVID-19 tests administered on campus, only seven students test positive

Josh Peck, News Editor September 18, 2020

As of Sept. 14, 1,548 COVID-19 tests have been administered on campus by Student Health Services and other UTSA health partners. Approximately 2,300 students are currently living in on-campus housing,...

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UTSA launches COVID-19 dashboard to track cases and on-campus isolation and quarantine

Josh Peck, News Editor September 11, 2020

UTSA recently launched a COVID-19 dashboard to provide the number of positive COVID-19 cases among students, faculty, staff and others affiliated with the university that have a direct campus impact, as...

The Sombrilla Plaza fountain in front of the John Peace Library. Student Health Services will offer COVID-19 testing to symptomatic students, according to the new report from the Public Health Task Force.

UTSA announces COVID-19 testing for symptomatic students in new Public Health Task Force report

Josh Peck, News Editor August 12, 2020
UTSA will offer COVID-19 testing to symptomatic students through Student Health Services (SHS), according to a new report released by the Public Health Task Force (PHTF) on Tuesday. 
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COVID-19: How I turned the pandemic into something positive

Ryan Houston-Dial, Assistant Opinion Editor May 20, 2020

I sat in my room on a dreadful Monday afternoon staring at my roof. I overheard on my TV that COVID-19 was spreading quickly throughout the U.S. It was only a matter of time before it reached my hometown...

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