Tuesday Jul 15
National Review Online
A Checkpoint Too Far
Early Tuesday, Vargas tweeted that he was about to go through security at McAllen-Miller International Airport.
On Texas border, volunteers get to work to help flood of immigrants
The old-fashioned trolley bus stopped just outside Sacred Heart Catholic Church, and eight or so passengers - new immigrants who had just stolen across the Rio Grande from Mexico - filed off, clutching water bottles and manila envelopes marked with their intended destinations in the U.S. A man, frowning, headed for the door of the church with a ... (more)
Penitas Public Library hosts artist Pedro Reyna
PEA'ITAS-Pedro Reyna said he started drawing as a child in the third grade. He would practice creating shapes when making doodles of Mickey Mouse and Superman.
Vigil Near Shelter in Support of Migrants Sparks Concern
Immigrant rights groups began a three-day vigil here on Thursday to support the thousands of unaccompanied and undocumented Central American children currently in detention centers throughout Texas.
University of Texas regents OK medical degree programs in Austin, Rio Grande Valley
University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa says the regents' decision to approve two new medical degree programs in Austin and the Rio Grande Valley will address the health needs in these two regions.
Robert Vela, Ed.D., Named the New President of San Antonio College
SAN ANTONIO, TX-On Wednesday, July 1, the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees selected Dr. Robert Vela as the 12th president of San Antonio College.
Central Michigan Life
Outgoing dean Ghanem talks Mount Pleasant, Chicago and CCFA
She leaves July 31 to start at DePaul University in Chicago as dean of the College of Communication.
Law School Preparation Institute Awarded Grant from Texas Bar Foundation
The Texas Bar Foundation has awarded a $16,000 grant to the University of Texas-Pan American in an effort to support the Law School Preparation Institute , according to Your Valley Voice.
Student Migrant Farm Workers By: Cristopher Zamora & Jose De Leon
Students today have many excuses towards putting effort into their education. They think that sitting inside of a classroom is a difficult job that requires them to work intensely.
Saldana finds true calling as educator
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