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December 19, 2014

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UTSA students hold “die-in”

UTSA students hold “die-in”
The UTSA NAACP held a "die-in" on Dec. 10 next to the Sombrilla to protest recent grand jury decisions not to indite white police officers who fatally shot unarmed Black men. The deaths of Eric Garner and Mike Brown were among the high-profile cases mentioned by an NAACP student representative who told the crowd, "This isn't a race issue; it's a human issue."

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Exam week could soon be a memory

Exam week could soon be a memory
​UTSA faculty may no longer be required to meet during final exam week. In fact, final exam week may soon be a thing of the past.

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The good, the bad, the capitalists

The good, the bad, the capitalists
​UTSA computer science, business and engineering students competed for the nation’s largest undergraduate business planning award at the $100K Student Venture Competition.

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UTSA best for veteran success

UTSA best for veteran success
​The University of Texas at San Antonio’s recent commendations from the Military Advanced Education and Military Times continue the university’s trend of exemplary military outreach services.

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Homeless find kindness at UTSA

Homeless find kindness at UTSA
​“Blessings,” described a homeless man, who prefers to remain nameless, carrying two trash bags down Caesar E Chavez Boulevard — the generous members of the UTSA community are blessings.

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UTSA and Spurs work together to improve the community

​The Spurs-affiliated, non-profit organization Silver & Black Give Back has selected four UTSA students to participate in their Team Up Challenge Scholars program.