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Student organizations shed light on transgender experiences through panel discussion

Sarah Gonzales

February 12, 2018

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PRIDE Vice President Bianca Salinas greets attendees Feb. 8 in Carter Auditorium and asked them to get a pronoun button; the options are she/her, he/him, they/them and ze/hir. Student, Rachel Leader walks around the auditorium ...

A summit for first-generation college students is introduced by Equity and Justice Council

Andrea Guzman

February 12, 2018

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First-generation college students convened in Fleck Hall for a day of bonding and learning about on-campus resources during a summit Feb. 10.Hosted by the Equity and Justice Council (EJC), the event drew in students ranging f...

Bon Appétit

February 12, 2018

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St.Edward's food service partner, Bon Appétit, closed an internal investigation that arose after chefs alleged a manager referred to students using a racial slur...

Bon Appétit manager’s racial slurs about African students investigated

February 12, 2018

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Bon Appétit, a private on-site restaurant company that has acted as the St. Edward’s food service partner for more than nine years, has closed an internal investigation that arose after chefs alleged a manager referred to stu...

31Gen

Andrea Guzman

February 10, 2018

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First generation college students convened in Fleck Hall for a day of bonding and learning about on-campus resources during a summit Feb. 10.Hosted by the Equity and Justice Council (EJC), the event drew in students from fres...

Campus pool back in operation following lack of adherence to city code

Victoria Cavazos

February 5, 2018

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The Recreation and Convocation Center (RCC) Pool reopened after a brief closure threatened to move the swim club’s practices elsewhere.Due to a failure to adhere to city code, it closed indefinitely on Jan. 24. But within 2...

Students work to understand the complexity of cryptocurrencies

February 5, 2018

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Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have experienced a rise in value in 2017. Bitcoin has peaked at around $20,000 per coin in December of last year.As cryptocurrencies gain popularity across the world, St.Ed’s students are wo...

HOPE Outdoor Gallery to close in June

Matt San Martin

February 5, 2018

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Last week the City of Austin’s Historic Landmark Commission unanimously approved the demolition of HOPE Outdoor Gallery, also known as the Graffiti Park. After an 8 - 0 vote, it was decided that the graffiti-covered concrete...

Search for provost narrows to three candidates

January 29, 2018

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In the search for a new provost, St. Edward’s University has narrowed down a pool of candidates from over 100 to three. One of them is Elizabeth Gill, who currently holds a position at Canisius College.On Jan. 29, faculty me...

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