arts_and_life

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In her studio at the Sculpture and Ceramics Graduate Studio building, Eden Collins sits at her desk which is covered…

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On Nov. 16, 2016, an electrical fire burned down the beloved San Antonio bar and nightclub The Phantom Room. The…

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The Block hosted a Macaroni and Cheese Throwdown event on Saturday Nov. 17. Tickets to the event cost $15 to…

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The closing of this semester means another chapter of life for the graduating Class of 2018. All of those long…

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The holidays are right around the corner, and I challenge you all to look beyond the surface level concept of…

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It came from the UTSA Recital Hall. It was loud, sharp and immense. Its skill uncompromised and a force to…

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Students, professors, colleagues, English fanatics and poetry lovers alike gathered at the San Antonio Library Foundation to celebrate UTSA Professor…

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Anyone who loves nature, or enjoys the wonders of science was enthralled when UTSA hosted the official Arbor Day Celebration…

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In 2008, a city initiative rolled out that created a nocturnal, multigenre arts festival to illuminate downtown San Antonio. Today,…

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The way we present ourselves to the world is completely our choice, and to appear calm, collected and professional is…

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“No one likes a woman who wears too much makeup.”  “You know I love you, I just couldn’t help myself,…

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Since the past three weeks have been some of the most fast paced, deadline-filled weeks I’ve ever experienced, this week’s…