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November 25, 2014

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Mass student abduction spurs a call for social reform

Mass student abduction spurs a call for social reform
​The kidnapping and killing of 43 Mexican college students haunts, inciting a violent response across the nation.

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UTSA invites students on STEM adventure

UTSA invites students on STEM adventure
UTSA’s Family STEM day began on an autumn Saturday morning on the Main Campus.

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Women’s rights, terrorism and failed states discussed at first UTSA model UN

Women’s rights, terrorism and failed states discussed at first UTSA model UN
​Fourteen Roadrunners sat at a conference table for eleven hours and thirty minutes, discussing – and proposing solutions to – global issues. The Alamo Model United Nations hosted its first event, the U.N. Security Council, on Nov. 13 and 14.

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UTSA student organizations seek guidance from advisers

UTSA student organizations seek guidance from advisers
​“I’m almost like a librarian; I help students find information — like an assistant in a way. If I know the answer then I can share it,” said UTSA writing professor Lindsay Ratcliffe, the faculty adviser to The Green Society, a UTSA student organization.

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Business showcase reveals faculty research

Business showcase reveals faculty research
​The showcase “Unlocking Business Research,” which featured the applied research of UTSA professors, spotlighted diversity in research topics within the College of Business. The UTSA College of Business hosted the showcase on Nov. 9.

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First SGA President visits UTSA

First SGA President visits UTSA
​“You can’t know what it was like, there was a bunch of students attending class and that was it,” said the first UTSA student body president — that was UTSA — in 1975.