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Freshman orientation probably didn’t mention the underground cemetery at UTPA. Passing by the cafeteria, the ghostly presence is strong. For across the walkway, within the Office of Student Involvement’s file cabinets, lie the last remains of [...]
The University of Texas-Pan American event Voto Honesto became tense after Adryana Boyne, the speaker who claimed the event was non-partisan, shared her opinion on the Voter ID law. True the Vote, a national watchdog organization [...]
With the 57th U.S. presidential election just around the corner, I fail to ascribe that much importance to it. There are plenty of reasons for me to care but I just don’t really care what happens [...]
Political polls don’t just test the waters – often they can tip the scales. If a candidate is behind, they are likely to keep falling behind, since nobody wants to pick a loser. The most recent [...]
I’m a journalist. And I say that proudly. I realize it’s not the most glamorous of jobs nor is it the easiest. It’s a field that goes unappreciated, but it’s this road that I’ve chosen to [...]
It’s Tuesday morning, and I put my backpack on, grabbed my keys, walked out my apartment door and started my small journey to school on foot. While I was crossing the intersection of Sugar and University [...]
I’m 23, graduated high school over five years ago, still live at home, have a car that barely works and have no idea when I’ll graduate, but that’s ok. A couple of weeks ago my twin [...]