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Texas-based soft rock band Demitasse set to release their new album

Calliope Izquierdo September 22, 2018
The pair of San Antonio musicians discuss music-making, live performances and the significance of "Powercouple"
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A review of Mitski’s “Be the Cowboy”

Calliope Izquierdo August 31, 2018

In the two weeks since it was released, Mitski’s fifth album “Be the Cowboy” has received enormous acclaim from fans and critics alike. Its serious approach to confronting personal...

illustration by Julia Poage

Cardi B’s first album shocks and awes the haters

Daniel Rothschild April 18, 2018

“Is she a stripper, a rapper, a singer?” Cardi B raps about herself on "Drip," the second song on her new album "Invasion of Privacy." This is a kind of started-from-the-bottom statement that actively...

Soccer Mommy, also known as Sophie Allison, performed live in San Antonio this weekend. photo by Julia Weis, managing editor

Soccer Mommy dives deep into heartache

Julia Weis April 18, 2018

"Chill but kinda sad" is the self-described music style of Soccer Mommy, a Nashville-based indie group that came to San Antonio for the first time last weekend. Lead singer and songwriter Sophie Allison...

Senior Meredith Licata takes part in what Hester calls the contrived conflict. File photo

A Year in Sports

Elise Hester November 28, 2017

In upsets, in walk offs, in protests, in saves of goalies, in touchdowns, in PKs, in rebounds, in calls, in five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes — How do you measure a year playing ball? At...

The YOSA Philharmonic performed John Williams’ “Star Wars Suite” and a number of other compositions in Sunday’s concert, “Star Wars and Other Epic Adventures.” photo provided by Jack Braden Imagery

YOSA Philharmonic delights with “Star Wars” tribute and other surprises

Daniel Conrad November 7, 2017

"This has been pleasant and all," I thought to myself, "but it doesn't seem to be going anywhere." If it weren't for Troy Peters' conducting, I wouldn't have known that the Youth Orchestras of...

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut

Cry “Mother!” New movie divides audiences

Noelle Barrera October 3, 2017

It's a situation that's been explored before in many cinematic and literary works: a gifted man whose wife works in the shadows, unacknowledged, yet is constantly expected to make sacrifices for his happiness....

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedons SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

Previously on SGA: Former Senator Edition

Kathleen Creedon September 26, 2017

On Monday, Sept. 29, the Student Government Association meeting was called to order, and the Senate welcomed four new senators: sophomore Benjamin Gonzalez and seniors John Croxton, Lena Dennington and...

Dont miss out on It

Don’t miss out on “It”

Austin Davidson September 19, 2017

When Sept. 8 came around, I was ecstatic. I had been looking forward to the "It" movie ever since the first trailer was dropped, and I had been getting more and more excited with every spoiler and leak....

After awful summer, students look forward to better films this fall

After awful summer, students look forward to better films this fall

Austin Davidson September 13, 2017

Fall is a time of many things. It's a time when you can break out the flannel shirts, the Uggs, the Birkenstocks-and-socks and enjoy endless gallons of pumpkin spice lattes. But fall is also the start...

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