San Antonio College in San Antonio Texas

Pro-Ranger recruitment delayed

Nov 18th, 2013

The Pro-Ranger program’s recruitment period has been pushed back a couple weeks as a result of the government shutdown that lasted Oct. 1- 16 this year.
Recruitment and applications, accepted once a year, would usually occur within the first two week…

Chancellor to consider expanding spring break for staff

Nov 15th, 2013

Chancellor Bruce Leslie will consider a proposal to give faculty and staff off the entire week of spring break potentially beginning in 2015, the United Staff Council president said Thursday afternoon.
Anthony C. Perez, the council president, said th…

4-day school week not priority

Nov 14th, 2013

This college’s executive team is considering moving to a four-day school week and has discussed the idea with Student Government Association officers.
Moving to a four-day school week would eliminate Friday classes and move all classes to a Monday-We…

SGA wants 1,500 survey responses

Nov 14th, 2013

Andrew Hubbard, Student Government Association president and business management freshman, told students at the SGA meeting Monday that the Student District Council is proposing doubling the student a…

Another reserved parking slot

Nov 14th, 2013

The Student Government Association announced a reserved parking slot for Student of the Month at the Charity Ball on Nov. 1.
The idea came up last semester, but SGA had to focus on other school issues. They quickly had it approved the week of the Cha…

Drummer journeys from the tour life to the college life

Nov 14th, 2013

Waking up in a van full of estrogen from one city or state to another is an experience I will never forget or regret. Heather Go Psycho is my three-piece girl band that originated in December 2006. I play drums and sing back-up vocals for the band.
I…

Grandmother’s ring helps keep promise

Nov 14th, 2013

I wish I had been closer to my grandma on my mother’s side long before she died. But the year before she passed, she taught me an important lesson.
Remembering her reinforces life lessons I have learned: to be kind, to be thankful and never complain….

Fire science sparks interest in high school

Nov 14th, 2013

Seventeen students from Edison High School were selected to participate in dual credit fire science classes for the first time at this college.
Seventy-nine students applied, and 17 were selected based on grades, attendance, an essay and an interview…

Playing with fire

Nov 14th, 2013

Saturday can be a relaxing day for most students, but not for students in the First Responders Academy.
Twelve students participated in a practice in which they trained with live fire at the academy on a 60-acre campus in Von

KSYM’s sex ed show airs Wednesday

Nov 14th, 2013

DJ Ann “Red Rock” Hardee and certified sex therapist Cay Crow will air their new sex education show called “Nightmoves” at 10 p.m. Wednesday on college radio station KSYM 90.1 FM.
The hosts are looking for a “regular guy” to co-host the 30-minute wee…

Costume display at McNay

Nov 14th, 2013

The McNay Art Museum, 6000 N. New Braunfels, has more than 20,000 works of art and displays Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” and Pablo Picasso’s “Reclining Woman on the Beach.”
“If you have any interest in art, you would want to see it,” visitor service…

Exihibit celebrates Indian skaters

Nov 14th, 2013

The Institute of Texan Cultures, 801 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., offers exhibits that spread awareness and appreciation of all Texans.
“Ramp It Up: Skateboard Culture in Native America,” a Smithsonian Institute traveling exhibit that celebrates Indian …

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