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UTSA anthropology professor Dr. Luca Pozzi was recently featured in a National Geographic article about the discovery of a new…

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NASA announced on Feb. 22 the discovery of Seven Earth-like planets orbiting a star called Trappist-1, with three existing in…

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On Friday (Jan. 27) President Trump signed an executive order that banned people from seven Muslim majority countries from entering…

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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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Select UTSA students will not begin their Spring 2017 semester on campus. Instead, their studies will be in Italy, Germany,…

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Anti-Trump protests have swept across the nation. Demonstrations have been organized in countless major cities in the U.S., including San…

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Astronomy is one of those wonderful fields of study in which international cooperation is not just a convenient asset, but…

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“The Israel-Palestine relationship is not a difficult conflict; it is a difficult occupation,” said Norwegian-born physician Dr. Mads Gilbert on…

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“We’re at the very beginning of this story. And the story might change,” said UTSA biology professor Hans Heidner. The…

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Across the globe, political turmoil ranging from Arab Spring- borne civil wars, to anti-colonial resistance, debt strikes, mass exoduses ,…

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WASHINGTON (AP) -Members of Congress ex- pressed serious concerns Sun- day about the safety of Ameri- cans at next month’s…

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Photo Credit: Rafael Gutierrez & Lindsay Smith Since the launch of Facebook in 2004 and Twitter in 2006, social media…