“I was medically retired from the military in August of 2013 after breaking my back. I wanted to work with emergency room medicine but at that point in my life, it would’ve been hard to start from square one after being in for almost 10 years and while having a newborn. That’s when I decided I wanted to study Computer Science and started at TAMUSA in the fall of 2015.
This is my first semester as the President of the Student Veteran Association. I missed the camaraderie and wanted to build that kind of relationship here. We can still be a strong community and help each other out. We’re also open to non-veteran students, but the primary goal is to help veterans learn how to build networks and to assimilate themselves in Corporate America.”
The MesquiteWeekend Reading: Known as Eastside Promotoras De La Buena Salud, the Spanish term for “community health workers” Chente, Martha and Angie fight food scarcity throughout San Antonio and instruct community members in nutritious lifestyles.
To Pay or Not To Pay…For A Parking PermitWith construction for the STEM Building affecting parking beginning this week, we found out how students felt about the situation and whether they'd like the parking permit fee to be included in tuition costs. Big maroon wayfinding pillars are now ...
The policy is: There is no policyThe Office of Student Activities, responsible for implementing university policies for student organizations and campus posting boards, does not have a written policy for student organizations which detail a policy governing posting boards.
Timeline Photos“I want to teach in Africa. I’m active with AmeriCorps and I’m trying to get into PeaceCorps. I took a senior seminar course in postcolonial theory which is after the British conquered and Africa and India became liberated. I thought ...
Slideshow: Planned Parenthood RallyWomen across the Alamo City gathered around to rally in support of Planned Parenthood, Sat, Feb. 11 2017. It was a counter-rally to protest against defunding Planned Parenthood.
www.mesquite-news.comSan Antonio mayoral candidates faced off for the first time Tuesday night, addressing some of San Antonio residents’ greatest frustrations during a town-hall style forum hosted and moderated by local news outlet The Rivard Report.