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Exploring the UTSA Libraries Databases

Exploring the UTSA Libraries Databases

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

UTSA Libraries is an up-to-date library with a deep information collection that extends beyond the books. The virtual databases contain thousands of resources on hundreds of subjects, access to other libraries,...

Kanopy

‘Kanopy’

Mason Hickok, Editor-in-Chief September 26, 2022

With a back catalog of diverse films, educational material and arresting documentaries, Kanopy is a criminally underrated addition to a stacked lineup of streaming platforms. Despite having a limited approach...

On Kanopy: ‘Malni – Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore’

On Kanopy: ‘Malni – Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore’

Mason Hickok, Web Editor February 8, 2022

A piece of filmmaking that nestles itself into the fabric of dreams, ritual and native perspectives, “Malni – Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore” invites the viewer –– with reverence and care...

On Kanopy: The presence of resilience in ‘Radio Kobanî’

On Kanopy: The presence of resilience in ‘Radio Kobanî’

Mason Hickok, Web Editor January 25, 2022

“Radio Kobanî” is a 2016 documentary by Kurdish-Dutch director Reber Dosky. Filmed over a three-year period, it follows a young journalist named Divalon who –– through her grassroots radio station...

On Kanopy: The misfit spontaneity of Sex and Broadcasting

On Kanopy: The misfit spontaneity of ‘Sex and Broadcasting’

Mason Hickok, Web Editor November 16, 2021

“Sex and Broadcasting” is a 2014 documentary that centers on the eccentric and interwoven, idiosyncratic family that is WFMU radio in East Orange, New Jersey — a station that embodies both the weird...

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