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The education amendment act that protects students from gender discrimination and sexual assault, Title IX, may face challenges under new…

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Since taking office, President Donald Trump has signed three executive orders containing language targeting undocumented immigrants, leaving many San Antonio…

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In trend with the Democratic Socialists of America’s (DSA) rise in national popularity, UTSA will have a DSA chapter in…

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The first week of the executive order limiting immigration from seven countries has passed, and the transition is anything but…

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According to The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, San Antonio is ranked 22nd (formerly ranked 18th) on the list…

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“Is there a problem with San Antonio?” UTSA Associate Professor & Associate Dean of Public Policy Francine Romero asked a…

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The UTSA Libraries Special Collections department is requesting donations of flyers, signs and other memorabilia used in the recent Women’s…

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The chants were coming from quixotic speakers all throughout the procession. At one moment, the classic call and response “What…

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Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina has never held an elected government office but has experience as a political…

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Dr. Geneive Abdo, former Middle East correspondent, will speak at UTSA, on Jan. 25 (Wednesday) at 6:00 p.m., in the…

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This past weekend in cities all across the world women and allies took to the streets in peaceful marches to…

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Among the sea of participants in San Antonio’s 30th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. march, Roadrunner orange brightened the streets.…