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Biden Defeats Trump — So What’s Next For Democrats?

Ben Falcon November 12, 2020

illustration by Ren Rader On Saturday morning, America's never-ending election finally came to a close. Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. has pulled off the difficult task of unseating an incumbent president....

Carmen Mercado leaves Alamo Stadium after voting as poll worker Amy Riggle, class of ‘09, waits outside. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Students contend with uncertainty of election

Dana Nichols November 5, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle Days after election day, students of all political backgrounds are still anxiously waiting for updates on presidential election voting results. "I’d always imagined, four years...

Refusing to vote in the presidential election is dangerous

Refusing to vote in the presidential election is dangerous

Bella Spangher October 27, 2020

I try not to use generalizations in my writing, but I do not mince words when I type: Voting for Joe Biden is the most important thing any citizen of the United States can do right now. With this sentence,...

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Hindsight doesn’t always have to be 2020

Ben Falcon October 27, 2020

illustration by Gabrielle RodriguezTuesday, Nov. 3 will be a historic day in more ways than one. In seven days, we elect 35 United States senators, 435 members of Congress, 13 state governors and one leader...

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Let’s Get SMART About Climate Policy

Ben Falcon October 14, 2020

illustration by Diep HoangRobyn Rihanna Fenty, aka Rihanna, turned 32 this year, and I know what you’re thinking: “What does the world's richest female musician have to do with climate change?”...

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The Ghosts of GOP Future

Ben Falcon September 10, 2020

illustration by Ren Rader I’m sure you’ve heard that this is the "most important election of our lifetime." It’s an old cliché often thrown around by politicians and activists on both sides....

Free speech is not always agreeable

Free speech is not always agreeable

Gabriel Odom April 24, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutRecently I had the chance to peruse Joshua Anaya’s op-ed on Theresa May speaking on campus. His response did not surprise me, and he made some articulate and concerning...

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Patriotism is more than just worshiping the Stars and Stripes

Logan Crews April 13, 2020

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysI grew up in a patriotic home. My grandpa served in the Navy, my siblings and I were Scouts, and our front porch is decked out with red, white and blue ribbon anytime...

A response to Ben Falcon's column

A response to Ben Falcon’s column “The center can hold, only by living to fight another day”

Nathan Glancy March 5, 2020

This column was originally posted as a web comment on March 1 to Ben Falcon's column "The center can hold, only by living to fight another day" (published in print on 2/28). It has been updated for style...

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The center can hold, only by living to fight another day

Ben Falcon February 27, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWhile I may require the assistance of glasses, I can clearly see the writing on the wall — the Democratic party appears to be on the losing side of a decade-long siege...

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Black History Month: San Antonio figures you should know

Kara Killinger February 27, 2020

Illustrations by Andrea NebhutAndrea “Vocab” SandersonB. 1981Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson is a singer, rapper and slam poet who has been performing across San Antonio for almost two...

Examining politics with the Golden Rule

Examining politics with the Golden Rule

Logan Crews February 25, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWe all remember the ever-popular saying in 2016 when people who liked neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump still showed up to the polls to vote for one over the other:...

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