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arts_and_life


Dominique Beltran, 23, is a native to Brownsville, Texas. After moving to San Antonio at the age of 10, the…

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Rair Threads, a curation of minimalistic streetwear clothing, is making waves in the Alamo City. I recently got the opportunity…

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I remember my scalp burning; that meant the relaxer was working. I never sweat it though. “Beauty is pain,” I…

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In my household, we don’t celebrate birth-days, but rather birth-weeks, because who wouldn’t want a week of celebration dedicated to…

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The UTSA Symphonic Band performed their latest concert series, “American Salute,” on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at the UTSA Recital Hall.…

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The moss that swing on the trees of the south still feel the fingertips of slaves that hugged them in…

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The Mexican-American Studies Department of UTSA aims to inform and make changes to cultural stereotypes within Mexican-American culture by presenting…

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Dr. Rushforth, senior lecturer of Spanish at UTSA, recently made a proposal that would utilize the use of Virtual Reality…

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Brownsville native Cande Aguilar is revolutionizing the meaning of cultural imagery in the world of modern art. His work, displayed…

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Currently on display in the UTSA Main Art Gallery, “ACTIVATE” is the latest exhibition hosted by the Department of Art…

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Brenda Pina, 30, is a photographer for San Antonio Magazine and was invited to speak at one of DreamWeek’s DreamHour…

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The butterflies in your stomach before a knock on the door, the insistence that you pay for whatever movie the…