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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Gasp for the virtue

Gasp for the virtue

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

Though my soul longs for moments of peace and clarity During my time on earth, I know it will never be. But oh, how my soul gasps for the virtue, Like a fish gasping for the sea. I did not...

Temptations of the Hellion

Temptations of the Hellion

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer February 14, 2023

Mere air in the seeps of my skin, hollow like the whispers of the devil’s grin, bleeding out ribbons of red silk and leading a wandering mind into a horrid trope Hun tsk tsk laughed the girl with...

Introduction to Poetry Writing

Introduction to Poetry Writing

Samantha Ysaguirre, Contributor January 31, 2023

One may ask, “What is Poetry?” While many view poetry as disorderly and confusing, poetry is a lyrical and emotional method of self-expression that uses elements such as rhythm and form to bring to...

Shattered Winter’s Night

Shattered Winter’s Night

Samantha Ysaguirre, Contributor November 22, 2022

You awake in the snow at first sight of the mirrored moon Only to see a reflection of what you have become I cannot imagine myself, but I know I have changed, and not for the better. Despite how...

Dealing With Love

Dealing With Love

Jada Thomas, Copyediting Coordinator February 8, 2022

how does one cope with the reality  that they’ll never be the person somebody chooses to love?   and i don’t mean your friends who you can’t believe you’re  lucky enough...

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