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In the corner of the Baptist Student Ministry, which is on the corner of Sugar Road and Schunior Street, there is a window that serves as a new, strange little coffee house. There, David Cardoza and [...]
President Stephanie Corte and Vice President George Galindo presided over their last Student Government Association meeting March 30. “Time goes fast when you work very hard…We haven’t had a break, but it’s been very fulfilling,” Corte [...]
The vagina. It goes by many names: hooha, vajayjay, South Texas trim, among others. It is generally considered a private topic, taboo and sometimes even forbidden. Treated almost like an ominous being that lurks in the [...]
UTPA is going blue for autism. Blue balloons and ribbons line the quad for the National Student Speech Language Association’s first autism awareness event, which took place on April 2, World Autism Awareness Day. NSSLHA, a [...]
PANAMexicanos meetings are moving from Facebook to the Engineering Building. This new organization’s members have a common goal in mind: to bring students together, whether they’re Mexican or not. “This organization will be open to anyone who [...]
Starting with Raghuveer Puttagunta’s term three years ago and building up to Stephanie Corte’s current presidency, bills and resolutions passed by the Student Government Association highlight the personality and priorities of each administration. Matthew Garcia received [...]
By Jose S. De Leon As part of a social experiment in professor David Martinez’s Visual Communication class, students took part in exploring the Minuteman debate via posters that explored visual rhetoric (hyperbole, pun etc.). It [...]