Hilltop Views

Finance major fearlessly presses on despite political turmoil in Spain

@G_Wilkosz

November 13, 2017

Filed under Life And Arts

The same day the Catalan regional parliament rebelled against Spain, sophomore Alondra Gracia turned in her Visa paperwork and headed out the door of the Houston consulate.Exhausted, the finance major began her six-hour wait fo...

Former St. Ed’s student lands reporting job, speaks on adulthood

Jacob Sanchez

April 14, 2017

Filed under Blogs

When I graduated last May I had one question: When do I feel like an adult?Was it when the Temple Daily Telegram, the daily newspaper in Temple, hired me to be their Bell County and Belton reporter?Was it when I found my first rea...

Jacob Sanchez says adios to Hilltop Views

Jacob Sanchez

April 25, 2016

Filed under Viewpoints

I’ve been struggling with how to write this farewell all year long. I knew it was coming, but I just didn’t know how I wanted to say goodbye to Hilltop Views.I could go down the creative route and do a poem like my former ...

SGA attempts to impeach student body president, fails on technicality

Katerina Wynette Barton

November 9, 2015

Filed under News, News / SGA

Student Government Association senators had a discussion to call an impeachment hearing for student body President Jonathan Cruz during a closed session of a formal senate meeting on Thursday.During the Nov. 5 formal senate m...

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