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UTSA premed student opens discussion on the well-being of the undocumented

UTSA premed student opens discussion on the well-being of the undocumented

Bella Nieto, News Editor January 30, 2021

In a recent article, Cristina Abraham, a UTSA premed student, opens a dialogue in tandem with assistant professor at UT Health San Antonio and Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, Luz Maria...

Graphic by Ethan Gullett

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...

Student reactions to the 2020 election

Student reactions to the 2020 election

Bella Nieto, Assistant News Editor November 17, 2020

On Nov. , Joe Biden was declared president-elect of the United States following four days of ballot counting. The new administration will make history for inaugurating the oldest president and the first...

Graphic by Alex Hanks

Election 2020: Over 71 million Americans wanted an encore of this nonsense?

Alex Hanks, Opinion Editor November 10, 2020

I love cliche horror films. Most of them are fairly predictable. You have a group of characters in isolation, evading danger at all costs while also experiencing excruciating death all around them. But...

Photo by Robyn Castro

Next Tuesday, your vote counts in way more than one election

Joseph Hernandez, Copyediting Coordinator October 27, 2020

The debates are over; early voting ends on Friday. I’ve already cast my ballot. Hopefully, many of y’all have as well, whether by mail or in person. After Friday, Election Day is the last opportunity...

Dissecting the chaos of debate #1

Dissecting the chaos of debate #1

Joseph Hernandez, Junior Copyeditor October 4, 2020

In September 1960, the first U.S. presidential debate on live television was held between candidates John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon. This debate is famous in political circles for the impact that...

Illustration by Analisa Sulacia

POTUS takes ‘Teflon President’ to new heights with release of ‘Rage’

Alex Hanks, Opinion Editor September 22, 2020

Last Tuesday, Washington Post’s Associate Editor Bob Woodward published “Rage,” a tell-all book giving a synopsis of various interviews between Woodward and President Trump. The president’s love...

Illustration by Ethan Gullett

Tara Reade’s testimony: The media’s silence is saying something

Ebony Purks, Staff Writer May 7, 2020

About a month ago, sexual assault allegations came out against projected Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, and there has been practically no news coverage on the matter. A woman named Tara Reade...

Illustration by Alex Hanks

Hillary Clinton could be Biden’s ‘Dick Cheney’

Taylor Edwards, Contributing Writer April 24, 2020

As of April 8, Bernie Sanders is officially out of the presidential race, and the path to power for Joe Biden has never been more clear. Only two things exist that can prevent a future President Biden:...

Editorial: Boundaries haven’t changed–awareness has

Editorial Board and Katrina Clements April 9, 2019

Potential presidential candidate Joe Biden has recently been accused of inappropriately touching two women during political events in 2009 and 2014. Following the accusations, Biden released a video stating...

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