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University President and SAPD Chief host 2011 National Night Out awards ceremony Dec. 10

President Ferrier and San Antonio Police Chief William McManus will host a 2011 National Night Out Awards Ceremony 2 p.m. Saturday on Main Campus in partnership with the San Antonio Police Department. The ceremony recognizes the local and national effort to promote neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships to curtail crime and drug use. National Night Out 2011 was held throughout the City of San ...

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Final exams begin Dec. 9 through Dec. 15

Any students with three or more exams scheduled on the same day may request that the professor of the middle exam provide an alternate time. Also, exams are held in the regular classroom unless other arrangements have been made by the professor. ...

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Cross on university tower prompts debate among students

An article on mysa.com, the online edition of the San Antonio Express-News, was re-posted after an error was made about who paid for the tower leading up to Main Campus Building on University Way. The article, prompted after an objection by adjunct criminology Professor Sissy Bradford, who said the cross on the tower was inappropriate for a university receiving public funding, is prompting students to discu ...

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Spring registration opens at midnight

Spring registration opens in just a few hours. Students can register online for spring 2012 classes beginning at midnight. “As long as they have all their requirements they will be able to register online,” Jennifer Zamarripa, director of admissions and registrar said, adding students with pre-requisite errors may have to see an advisor before being able to register. ...

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Ring ceremony set for Nov. 5

The university’s13th ring ceremony will take place from 10 a.m to noon Nov. 5 at the Charles Boggess Center, 12121 S. E. Loop 410. The purpose of the ceremony is to award the university ring to a select number of students who are in good academic standing. Recipients of the President’s University Ring Scholarship are also announced at this biannual event, making it one of the first annual traditions celebra ...

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Online program helps Spanish-speaking students, community

University officials and representatives of Mexicans and Americans Thinking Together (MATT) signed an agreement Tuesday for an online program that helps Spanish speakers learn to speak English. “As you can see, this partnership has many benefits to both our organizations, helping us both to serve our students and our community so much more,” Dr. Sam Garcia, department chair of curriculum and kinesiology, sa ...

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New biology lab prompts new courses, more students

Biology junior Jesus Hernandez places a drop of immersion oil on a laboratory slide before looking through the microscope. He’s looking for trichomonas vaginalis, a human parasite, during a Biology 4430 Parasitology lab at Texas A&M-San Antonio Main Campus Building. ...

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Student officers advertise clubs, organizations Sept. 13

There were 27 registered clubs with the office at the end of spring term, said Laura Pantano, assistant vice president of student engagement and success. Some of those clubs are now inactive while new organizations have registered, she added. Student engagement and success expects to announce the official number of clubs registered with the university for the fall semester at the end of September. ...

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