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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)
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)
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)
SATX Exploration: Figlio's Pizzeria Ristorante
One of my favorite parts of once living right outside of San Antonio was being able to watch small businesses grow, one of them being Figlio's Pizzeria Ristorante. Figlio's is a small, quaint, family-run Italian restaurant that offers authentic New Y (More)
Thanksgiving Traditions
Whether students do something unique like travel around the world or something common like eating with their family members, they all have a Thanksgiving tradition. Junior Cristobal Mendoza and his family have a huge basketball tournament at LBJ p (More)
Go home pumpkin spice
In recent years, we’ve seen the rising popularity of pumpkin spice everything. Starbucks may’ve started it all with the iconic Pumpkin Spice Latte but the trend has grown almost exponentially since then. We decided to try a few pumpkin spice flavored (More)
Why are the Oranges Yellow?
Everyone has gone through the cafeteria line more than a few times in their high school career. You grab your tray, utensils and napkins, decide whether you want a water, milk, or a Gatorade. Then you scoot through the line picking and choosing the f (More)
Top 7 restaurants to go to before Prom
By Victoria Ramirez| staff writer If you're still trying to find a good place to eat before prom, check out these go-to spots in years past. From Mexican street food to Italian fine dining, this list has something for everyone. More)
New lunch lines come to Johnson
by Arik Norris | staff writer Students who purchase lunch at the cafeteria now have two new options -  the BYOL (Build Your Own Lunch) and Primo lines. BYOL provides customizable meal options with different choices depending on the day of the w (More)
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