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Voting this Primary Election

February 26, 2020|

By Joh Covington, Skyline Reporter Here at the Skyline, our motto is “Share Your Voice,” and this election year we encourage the student body of Sul Ross to perform their civic duty and share [...]

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Q & A with President Kibler on Eve of Retirement

May 14, 2020|

By: Viviana Sanchez Skyline, Reporter   Sul Ross President Dr. Bill Kibler retires this June after a five-year tenure. I had the opportunity to ask Bill (as he prefers to be called) my burning questions [...]

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Music to Quarantine By

April 25, 2020|

By Gabriela Olivas, Skyline Reporter   During these strange and anxiety-inducing times, listening to music offers a therapeutic and enjoyable way to pass the hours.  Maybe you’re finding solace in older songs, or maybe [...]

Creative Works

Experiencing the Area: Hiking Hot Springs Canyon Trail

February 21, 2020|

By Joh Covington Skyline Reporter   There lies along the river border between Texas and Mexico a literal “hotspot.” On one day in particular, this spot gave me and two friends a summer trip to [...]

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News

Voting this Primary Election

February 26, 2020|

By Joh Covington, Skyline Reporter Here at the Skyline, our motto is “Share Your Voice,” and this election year we encourage the student body of Sul Ross to perform their civic duty and share their [...]

Votación de las Elecciones Primarias

February 26, 2020|

Por Joh Convington Reportera & Stephanie Blas Traductora de Skyline Aquí en el periódico Skyline nuestro lema es “Comparte Tu Voz”, y en este año de elección nosotros alentamos al cuerpo estudiantil a ejercer su [...]

Research Summit Brings English Majors/Minors Together from SRSU Campuses

February 25, 2020|

By Oluwatosin Orojo, Skyline Graduate Managing Editor, and Stephanie Blas, Skyline Reporter and Translator   For many Sul Ross students, February 14th meant preparing for memorable Valentine’s Day events.  For Sul Ross English majors/minors, professors, [...]

The Rhythm of TMEA

February 23, 2020|

Viviana Sanchez, Skyline (Reporter)   This month, the Sul Ross Music Club traveled to the TMEA conference in San Antonio. You may be wondering what TMEA is. I wondered the same thing when I first [...]

Students Celebrate and Learn about Chinese New Year

February 13, 2020|

By Gabriela Olivas Skyline Reporter   On Friday, February 7th, a celebration for Chinese New Year was held in the Espino Conference Center in the Morgan University Center. To start off the event, a presentation [...]

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Features

Q & A with President Kibler on Eve of Retirement

May 14, 2020|

By: Viviana Sanchez Skyline, Reporter   Sul Ross President Dr. Bill Kibler retires this June after a five-year tenure. I had the opportunity to ask Bill (as he prefers to be called) my burning questions [...]

Young Dreams and Growing Realities

May 4, 2020|

By Joh Covington Skyline Reporter   Earlier this spring semester, which now feels a lifetime ago, the Skyline asked students about their childhood dreams. For many, plans have changed over the years as they trade [...]

Love in Quarantine

April 14, 2020|

By Viviana Sanchez, Skyline Reporter   Dating can be nerve racking enough but dating in a time of COVID-19 sounds downright impossible. How on earth can a person go on a date during a shelter-in-place [...]

Zoom Etiquette

April 9, 2020|

By Stephanie Blas, Skyline Reporter   Due to the recent Covid-19 virus, many schools and universities have closed physical campuses to slow or stop the propagation of the virus.  But classes have not stopped. Since [...]

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Music to Quarantine By

April 25, 2020|

By Gabriela Olivas, Skyline Reporter   During these strange and anxiety-inducing times, listening to music offers a therapeutic and enjoyable way to pass the hours.  Maybe you’re finding solace in older songs, or maybe you’re [...]

Fast-changing Internet Struggles to Adapt to Covid-19

April 19, 2020|

By Anthony Quintana, Skyline Editor and Layout Designer   As people around the world stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19, internet usage is on the rise. With many states under a shelter-in-place mandate [...]

The Real Victims of the Tiger King

April 17, 2020|

By: Viviana Sanchez, Skyline Reporter   The Netflix original documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness is an internet sensation. Perhaps its success is owed to a country under quarantine and desperate for a [...]

7 Ways to Manage Stress During Self-Quarantine

March 31, 2020|

By: Anthony Quintana, Skyline Editor and Layout Designer   As of March 27, there were 86,000 cases of COVID-19 in the United States, and over 500,000 cases worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center. The [...]

Five Video Games to Help You Unwind

March 31, 2020|

By Valeria Salas Ibarra, Skyline Reporter Everyone deserves a break every once in a while, as we all live with a million bottled-up worries. While some might destress by going out for a walk, painting, [...]

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Creative Works

Experiencing the Area: Hiking Hot Springs Canyon Trail

February 21, 2020|

By Joh Covington Skyline Reporter   There lies along the river border between Texas and Mexico a literal “hotspot.” On one day in particular, this spot gave me and two friends a summer trip to [...]

Dust Scattered in the Wind

February 20, 2020|

By Valeria Salas Ibarra Skyline Contributor   Cyril patiently waited from the church´s rooftop. It was only a matter of time until the others arrived, so he decided to get out for some fresh air; [...]

Tales of Word Artisans

December 8, 2019|

By Valeria Salas Ibarra, Skyline contributor   I sat at my desk with my head buried in my arms, brushing off every single Are you okay? that was thrown my way by replying, “Yeah, I´m [...]

Creative Friday Interview: Albino Gomez

November 22, 2019|

By Neela Ahmed, Skyline Art and Layout Editor   Albino (Al) Gomez is a digital art major who is showcasing his Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition November 25th through December 6th with a reception on [...]

Heritage

November 21, 2019|

By Leatrice Ynostrosa, Sage editor   My children have been cheated by a world that won't fully recognize them, beautiful blonde strangers who have more understanding of quinceañeras than of sweet sixteens.   Society says [...]

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