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Saving Money has Never Been Easier
Lauryn Hughes | staff writer Have you ever been driving, minding your own business and you look over at a red light and see a fellow driver snap chatting and (More)
Shop Till You Drop
by Jonah Besenty | staff writer   With full bellies, so much it hurts, you and so many other still manage to get up at five a.m. on a Friday, to go w (More)
San Antonio's hidden international grocery stores
Lauren Loveless | staff writer San Antonio is known for its' diversity and various cultures, and with that comes many different regional stores hidden in the corners of the city. From Japanese to European, you can basically find any type of global (More)
Volleyball team heads into playoffs this week
by Eric Martinez | staff writer Spiking the ball over the net, senior Rachel Morse instructs the rest of the team while preparing for playoffs. With all the district games behind them, the volleyball team has earned 3rd place in the district event (More)
Upperclassmen voices on the midterm elections
by David Kent | staff writer On Nov. 6, seniors who are registered to vote will be given the opportunity to vote for their first time in the Midterm Elections. “I’d say it’s very important for me [to vote] because every single vote that goes th (More)
Pearl Brewery spreads their wings to save the butterflies
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Mr. Fish and Bull Gogi food truck brings new food to San Antonio
by David Kent | staff writer With a dog friendly atmosphere that is open to families and college students alike, The Block is a food truck park that offers a wide variety of food from korean to seafood, the (More)
Jugo Juicery offers healthy food and juices to jumpstart your day
by Lauryn Hughes| staff writer With an aesthetic atmosphere that's almost straight out of Instagram, Jugo Juicery is spreading new trends closer to campus. From acai bowls to fresh pressed juices, the new juicery has it all. The juicery is a new o (More)
Dockless scooters get you there, get city involved
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Sophomore eager to help the Alzheimer's Association
Sophomore Juliana Alfonso- DeSouza raised $1,704 and is the youngest ‘Longes (More)
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