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We’ve been through a lot; both myself and the weekly readers of this column. Big sis advice is not your…

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Welcoming is the first word that comes to mind when I think about the open mic night that Students for…

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On April 12, Roadrunner Productions hosted UTSA’s annual Fiesta event at the Sombrilla. Students got rowdy while celebrating one of…

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In preparation for their upcoming project “Garage Sale,” hip-hop collective FRITOGANG took the stage at the Rock Box in San…

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I remember this moment vividly several times throughout my life: being asked if whatever I fought for was ‘that deep.’…

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The 35th Annual Juried Student Exhibition at the UTSA Main Campus opened March 20 and concluded April 12. The exhibition…

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The 22nd annual Festival of Flutes was held in the UTSA Recital Hall on April 2. Flute ensembles from the…

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Octavio Quintanilla, professor at Our Lady of the Lake University and the first male poet laureate of San Antonio, held…

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This past weekend, journalism gifted me as it always does; but something about this assignment was different. Per usual, my…

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UTSA’s theater club, the Rowdy Thespian Association (RTA), put on a showing of “Second Samuel” for Com Week on March…

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The UTSA organizations Active Minds, Spectrum and Psi Chi hosted a lecture with Adam Sauceda, a cisgender queer male psychologist…

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On March 28, the UTSA Department of History hosted a discussion about the Enemy Alien Program and Japanese-American and Japanese-Latin…