A Life on Hold: Living with Schizophrenia is the second book written by Josie Méndez-Negrete, associate professor in Mexican American studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).
With an investment of $5 million in 2017 bond money, the UT Health Science Center’s Cancer Therapy and Research Center in San Antonio could complete its new partnership with Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center and stop thousands of San Antonians from leaving the city to seek treatment elsewhere.
Five leading individuals in the years-long quest to win World Heritage designation for the Alamo, the Spanish colonial Missions and the often forgotten Rancho de las Cabras appeared on stage Saturday morning to explore the meaning of San Antonio’s newfound “outstanding universal value” and what that means for the future of the Southside and the city at large.
Texas seems to be going back in time to its frontier days with the open carry and campus laws that will allow licensed individuals to carry concealed handguns on college campuses, and in visible belt or shoulder holsters in the public at large.
With World Heritage inscription ceremonies completed, City Councilmember Rebecca Viagran (D3) has organized and will host a World Heritage Symposium on Saturday to explore how the designation will guide San Antonio’s future preservation and presentation of the Alamo, the four Missions, and Rancho de las Cabras.
Nobody has ever held a rally in support of or against the topic of IT procurement – it’s not a sexy topic.
Rackspace and Intel officially launched the OpenStack Innovation Center at Rackspace headquarters in San Antonio on Thursday.
I never graduated from high school.
Born in the coastal city of Valparaíso, Chile, the Austin-based artist Liliana Wilson practiced drawing at an early age, but thought that she would make her living in either architecture or law.
School is where we learn to read, write, and add, skills we use for the rest of our life.