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Center for Military Affiliated Students Grand Opening

Ribbon cutting ceremony for veteran’s center.Photo by Ethan Gullett

Heather Montoya

November 20, 2019

The Center for Military Affiliated Students held its grand opening on Nov. 14. This center provides veteran and military-affiliated students with services available in one office location. “Veteran and Military Affairs, what it is now, used to be four different offices,” William Lansdon, Veteran...

Conformation Bias: The blight of American Society

Graphic courtesy of Conescu/Flickr

Brent Davis

September 12, 2018

“YOU ARE A STUPID LIBERAL IDIOT! They are disrespecting the flag and the military of this great country. If you watch Fox News or ask my cousin who was in the military, you would know the real truth of how soldiers feel.” “OH MY GOD YOU RACIST PIG...Are you too slow to comprehend what the pro...

Great, another unqualified politician

Great, another unqualified politician

Brandon Armstead

January 31, 2018

This month, the controversial whistleblower Chelsea Manning announced her run for the United States Senate for the state of Maryland. The former army private was found guilty of leaking 700,000 classified military documents and videos to Wikileaks, where sensitive government related information is dumped. It...

Satire: Hail to the chief

Cade Brashear

September 13, 2017

Hail to the chief! Our great leader Donald has checked off one of the most important issues threatening our country today, the LGBT agenda trying to get their kind into our powerful military. On Aug. 25, Trump issued a presidential memorandum directing Secretary of Defense James Mattis and the acting Se...

‘Cyber soldiers’ far from science fiction as UTSA partners with Army Reserves

March 24, 2015

Rob Pistocchi, The Paisano “Ever use AirRowdy? Do you think AirRowdy is secure? — it isn’t,” said Dr. Glenn Dietrich, UTSA director of the Center for Education and Research in Information and Infrastructure Security at the College of Business, describing wireless networks’ potential ...