A Brief History About The Day Of Love

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By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—It’s celebrated annually across the globe, but do you know the origins of this popular holiday? Every Feb. 14 candy, flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones. Let’s step back in time to explore where these traditions began. The history of Valentine’s Day and its […]

The Art of Shipping

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By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—There are two sides of the world. The normal people and the nerds. Now this article isn’t going to go all Hot Topic and state “Normal is only a button on a washing machine.” This article is about the rare occurrence that is Fandom and the world […]

Convent History, As Told By A Small Hallway

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By Jessica Ortiz SAN ANTONIO—Have you ever been to the third floor of the convent? I am guessing that most of you who are reading this article have not. Do not worry, I was like you once. However, all that changed the day I moved in to the convent with […]

Hispanic Heritage Month

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By Erasmo Rodriguez Gonzalez SAN ANTONIO—Hispanic Heritage Month is a month for some Hispanics so that they can celebrate their cultures, heritage, and history. But what is Hispanic Heritage Month? Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated in the United States. It recognizes American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean […]