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Live Long and Move Forward: ‘Please Stand By’ offers a genuine look into life with autism


October 29, 2017

The best stories will always resonate with the audience, building a connection between fiction and reality. What marks good pop culture is the ability of the work to send out strands of form that tie the audience to what is o...

Common Theme Speaker shares personal story as DACA recipient

Andrea Guzman

October 10, 2017

The common theme speaker this year, Erika Andiola, is “undocumented, unafraid and unapologetic.”Andiola identified herself as such while speaking at the Recreation and Convocation Center on Oct. 5, the day all renewals were due for the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals pro...

World Relations major says tattoo has no relation

Gabrielle Wilkosz

November 7, 2015

Upon receiving his first tattoo at 18, Jonathan Stoughton has gotten used to people asking him the same question over and over and over again.“What does it mean?” They say, pointing to the cluster of bright red flowers ar...

Men’s club soccer fundraising to attend national tournament in Phoenix

Jacob Rogers

October 26, 2015

The Men’s Club Soccer team is aiming to raise $4,000 to attend a national tournament in Phoenix Nov. 19-21, club President and Captain Oliver Guerra said.St. Edward’s University was originally left out of the tournament. A...

Development will make the Grand Canyon not so grand

Staff Writer

March 30, 2015

Two invasive development plans loom heavy over the Grand Canyon. They are the first in a while to disrupt the peace and prosperity of one of the country’s largest wonders.The projects, one which includes a tram that dips tour...

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