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Government shutdown continues

Arnulfo Caballero January 16, 2019

On midnight, Dec. 22, 2018 EST, the government was shut down for the second time in 2018. This shutdown has continued forward into 2019, and is now the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. The...

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State of the (dis)union

Rudy Sanchez February 7, 2018

Fact checkers across the country were prepping their fingers as President Trump took the podium during his first State of the Union Address on Tuesday. With that said, it’s hard to say if President Trump’s...

Concerned citizens gather to protest legislation that would compromise net neutrality. Photo Courtesy of Creative Commons

Renegotiating net neutrality

David Wenske November 15, 2017

FCC expected to announce the fate of net neutrality   On Nov. 22, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to announce whether to continue with a vote that would repeal net neutrality. Net...

In 1986, The Space Shuttle Challenger exploded during its 10th mission run. Ronald E. McNair, namesake of the McNair Scholars Program, was one of the seven crew members killed onboard. Photo Courtesy of Creative Commons

Rockets over research

Vincent Valdez September 27, 2017

President Trump’s 2018 federal budget proposal aims to eliminate the McNair Scholars Program, a Federal TRiO Program designed to prepare undergraduate students from disadvantaged and underrepresented...

Satire: Sheriff Arpaio, ‘America’s toughest sheriff ’

Satire: Sheriff Arpaio, ‘America’s toughest sheriff ’

Cade Brashear August 30, 2017

President Trump has delivered on few promises spoken on the campaign trail and in his short yet glorious tenure as our Commander in Chief, but on Friday he has finally come through. President Trump has...

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Actions speak louder than words

Helen Stransky April 11, 2017

On the early morning of April 4, chemical warfare ensued in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria. Witnesses of the attack reported seeing bombs dropped from war planes. Upon impact, the nerve agent caused a large yellow...

Interim Provost talks Romo and travel ban

Interim Provost talks Romo and travel ban

Caroline Traylor March 2, 2017

Last Thursday Dr. Mauli Agrawal, UTSA interim provost and vice president for academic affairs, gave a brief report to the Faculty Senate at their monthly meeting. Agrawal began by commenting on President...

The Lone Star State is not marching alone

Lloyd Doggett February 23, 2017

Standing on the steps of our State Capitol with my two adult daughters, Cathy and Dr. Lisa Doggett, and my third-grade granddaughter, Clara, and in front of 50,000 Texans, I had the privilege of addressing...

The rose is the most widely used symbol among socialists. Courtesy of DSA

Democratic socialism debuts on campus

Isaac Serna February 8, 2017

In trend with the Democratic Socialists of America’s (DSA) rise in national popularity, UTSA will have a DSA chapter in its city. San Antonio joins a list of cities with a newly recognized DSA by becoming...

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Discuss and demonstrate

Samuel De Leon February 8, 2017

The first week of the executive order limiting immigration from seven countries has passed, and the transition is anything but smooth. From the protests at UTSA to Federal Judge James Robart’s decree...

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