On March 24, students throughout the country hit the streets to voice their frustration toward the intractable gun contral debate in America. In Round Rock and San Antonio, where two marches were organized to parallel the large gathering in Washington D.C., “enough is enough” was a common sentiment among the dozens who carried handmade signs; a clear expression of the way young people are feeling toward the nation’s mass shootings. Although many of the signs expressed anger and frustration, the demonstrators themselves carried a message of hope about a future in which lawmakers hear their demands for new legislation to combat the problem of gun violence in America.
The Unicycle Football League hosted another week of their games on Sunday, Nov. 17 with the Los Bierdos versus the Unicorns and Rolling Blackouts taking on the Gnarwhals. The UFL is currently in the middle of their 12th year and 14th season overall. The season takes place from September to February with a 56 game […]
“From the beginning of time, more people are alive today than who have ever lived. That’s opportunity,” Puffer said. Tom Puffer, Professor of Practice in the Department of Accounting at Texas State University, encourages students to prepare for prosperity now as there’s never been a better time for young entrepreneurs. Puffer says that opportunity will […]
On December 1st, Cafe Azteca held their monthly vegan market where several vendors showed up to promote their business, sell food and clothes and come together as a community. Video story by Chelyse Prevost Video story by Lucero Ibarra.