Welcome Letter from the Editor

Welcome Letter from the Editor

Welcome to a brand new semester! ...

Student publishes short story collection

Student publishes short story collection

When Peddar Panga was 3 years old growing up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, he remembers his father and grandfather reciting moral tales to him. The stories were about do ...

Finals are over, put your boots up!

Finals are over, put your boots up!

Finals are over. Congratulations! Feeling better...almost? For some students, letting go of stress may take you another week or two. The university’s Counseling and Wellness Center ...

Nonprofit helps young women find free prom dresses

Nonprofit helps young women find free prom dresses

Anyssa Kelley remembers not having the money to buy a prom dress. ...

Holocaust survivor shares inspiration through faith

Holocaust survivor shares inspiration through faith

In Feb. 1944, Anna Rado, a seventh-grade school girl celebrated her 13th birthday. One month later, her world would be horrifically turned upside down. Rado’s story is not only one ...

Finding tranquility in a treehouse

Finding tranquility in a treehouse

The Seabers' plot of land sits at the end of a long stretch of country road, hidden from the rest of the world. Deep within, a treehouse sits nestled in an oak tree almost three st ...

Brooks veterinary clinic to open in fall

Brooks veterinary clinic to open in fall

A new $1.3 million spay and neuter clinic will open at the Brooks-City Base campus. The City of San Antonio and Brooks agreed to partner on the construction cost of this project th ...

Fiesta 2016 fashion

¡Viva Fiesta! It’s the time of year when people look forward to the gorditas, turkey legs, parades, and carnival, while others prepare for the most important thing: their outfits. Fiesta 2016 may be over, but let’s take it back to the streets of Fiesta, where the biggest, loudest, and strangely unique outfits more ...

April 28, 2016 (0) comments

JagCast Episode #10 – Interview with Brandon Oliver

Brandon Oliver, creative design manager for A&M-San Antonio, joins Jerry and Oscar to discuss his long history with the university. From designing Fiesta medals to organizing the Jake the Snake event, he does a bit of everything for the university. But when he's not at the university, he runs his own wrestlin more ...

April 19, 2016 (0) comments

A&M students break Millennial stereotypes

Young adults, including those on Texas A&M-University San Antonio, are taking out mortgages, paying off their debts and engaging in real life responsibilities. Not all Millennials are living in a material world, spending Madonna-style money to look and feel as American culture would try and persuade them. more ...

April 07, 2016 (0) comments
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