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Giving Thanks for the Calm Before the Storm

November 25, 2019|

By Barbara Ewan, Skyline editor   Thanksgiving holds various meanings to all who celebrate it.  It may mean needed quality family time (or an excess!).  It may signal bonding around the dinner table, stuffing [...]

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Celebrating the Day of the Dead: in Ojinaga, Chihuahua

December 9, 2019|

By Gabriela Olivas, Skyline Reporter The Day of the Dead is an important celebration in Mexican culture. It is a time when family gets together to honor and celebrate the lives of our beloved family [...]

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What Does Tomorrow Mean to You? What Does Today?

November 21, 2019|

By Barbara Ewan, Skyline editor   What does tomorrow mean to you?  Is it just another day?  Are you putting something off until tomorrow?  Are you excited about the upcoming day?  Are you dreading [...]

Creative Works

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 [...]

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News

Giving Thanks for the Calm Before the Storm

November 25, 2019|

By Barbara Ewan, Skyline editor   Thanksgiving holds various meanings to all who celebrate it.  It may mean needed quality family time (or an excess!).  It may signal bonding around the dinner table, stuffing our [...]

Skyline’s Print Version is Back!

November 23, 2019|

We are proud to announce Skyline's print version is back! As you walk around Sul Ross, you can pick up a copy at selected places. You will also be able to pick up copies during [...]

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Celebrating the Day of the Dead: in Ojinaga, Chihuahua

December 9, 2019|

By Gabriela Olivas, Skyline Reporter The Day of the Dead is an important celebration in Mexican culture. It is a time when family gets together to honor and celebrate the lives of our beloved family [...]

Athletes Are More than Athletes

December 2, 2019|

By Matthew DeLeon, Skyline contributor   With football in full swing, many student athletes will be busy with early morning practices and team meetings in the afternoons. But, football isn’t the only thing players have [...]

It’s Hoops Time on the Hill

November 19, 2019|

By Amy McFerrin, Skyline contributor   “It is the most wonderful time of the year,” and so goes the 1960s Christmas song popularized by Andy Williams and still sung and hummed by countless of us [...]

Mental and Physical Health Go Hand-in-Hand

November 12, 2019|

By Barbara Ewan, Skyline editor   When I started college, I had this wild idea that I would get up early, go for a run, enjoy a cup of coffee, then go lift.  After all [...]

Curl Up and Read a Good Book

November 12, 2019|

By Anne Keller, Skyline photographer   The Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library has much to offer—much more than just its many terrific books. The library building, itself, offers numerous excellent places to curl up and read, [...]

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What Does Tomorrow Mean to You? What Does Today?

November 21, 2019|

By Barbara Ewan, Skyline editor   What does tomorrow mean to you?  Is it just another day?  Are you putting something off until tomorrow?  Are you excited about the upcoming day?  Are you dreading it? [...]

Be Like the Lotus

October 23, 2019|

By Barbara Ewan, Skyline Reporter One never really knows quite how to begin a story about themselves.  I, for one, am one of those.  Maybe it is because we don’t think that we have a [...]

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Creative Works

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 [...]

Creative Friday’s Interview: Victoria E. Rios

November 15, 2019|

By Neela Ahmed, Skyline Art and Layout Editor   Victoria E. Rios is an Art Education major and is presenting her Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition, “Food For Thought,” November 11th  through November 22nd with [...]

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