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Worlds cacti displayed at cactus show

Claude Townsend presents the history and qualities of cacti from all over West Texas at his display in the Fiesta's Cactus and Xerophyte show April 25. Townsend has been showing cacti for over 30 years and organizes the 3-day annual show in which participants can sell or display cacti. ...

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ITS hosts session to educate students

Sherita Love, senior instructional designer for ITS, also recommended that students get familiar with Blackboard, a tool used by many professors. In Blackboard students can follow announcements, check the class syllabus, contact professors and use Smarthinking, a tool where you can get academic help online with just about any subject. ...

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Higher Ed Coordinating Board Releases New Almanac

Texas higher education officials released the state's second annual higher education almanac on Tuesday, a publication designed to provide easily digestible information on every public college and university in the state, including average tuition and fees, students' average time to degree, and breakdowns on revenues and expenditures. ...

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SGA should follow constitution

By Mesquite Editorial Board A&M-San Antonio’s Student Government Association has been missing in action this semester. Whether it is the uncertainty of when and where their meetings will take place or the carelessness that seems to surround their election policies, their disorganization cannot continue to go unnoticed. Compared to SGA’s formerly outstanding leadership, student representation and communi ...

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