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We are no great nation

We are no great nation

Ben Shirani, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

Elizabeth Warren hosted a town hall Thursday at San Antonio’s historic Sunset Station. She was noticeably tired, evidence that her grueling schedule of eight campaign stops across seven states and performances in three national debates during February alone has taken a toll. However, Warren’s stumping...

When will Snoop Dogg learn?

When will Snoop Dogg learn?

Ebony Purks, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

On Feb. 26, Snoop Dogg visited Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook show, “Red Table Talk,” to discuss his recent controversy with Gayle King. In early February, Snoop took to Instagram to express his anger at King for interviewing Lisa Leslie and asking her questions about how Kobe Bryant’s controversial...

Q&A with Dr. Jackie Cuevas

Q&A with Dr. Jackie Cuevas

Vivian Guillen

March 30, 2018

UTSA professor Jackie Cuevas, Ph.D, teaches Chicana Feminist Writers, Mexican American Literature, Feminist Theory/Literary Theories, Introduction to LGBTQ Studies and much more, with most of her English courses cross-listed with Mexican American Studies and Women’s Studies. In 2016, Cuevas was...

Gender Fluidity in Fashion

Ryan Thompson

November 1, 2017

It seems as though our clothing represents our gender identity from the time we are young. Little boys are dressed in blue onesies covered in monster trucks, and little girls are clothed in pink onesies with frills and bows sewed at the hems. My hypothesis is that one’s dress is usually the first mechanism...

The mask we wear

The mask we wear

Kenyatta Battle

August 22, 2017

Going to college is achieving an unprecedented landmark when you’re a first generation college student. Being the first person in my family to attend college was exciting for me. The people who helped me move my belongings into my dorm room were nice, which was weird because growing up most people w...