The internet plays a huge role in the day-to-day functions of every American and UTSA student. Whether people are researching diligently, listening to music, or watching movies, chances are they are using the internet to do it. Everything is presented fairly and is given equal importance across the web. However, some major corporations would like to change this.
A federal judge in San Antonio struck down a Texas ban on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional on Feb. 26. Judge Orlando Garcia stated that the ban, established in 2005 with 76 percent of votes in favor of the amendment, was a violation of same-sex couples’ rights to due process and equal protection guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment.
San Antonio could join Austin to become the second Texas city to host Google’s impressive high-speed Internet service, Google Fiber.
This year’s “Great Conversation!” was held at the Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC) on Tuesday, Feb. 25. The annual fundraiser, hosted by UTSA’s Honors College, raises money for student research, scholarships and leadership opportunities.
Students at UTSA made sure their voices were heard during the recent early-voting period for primary elections.
The Open Compute Certification and Solutions Laboratory located in the Flawn Sciences Building is the first lab of its kind to open in North America.