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Making History in a Crazy Covid Year

April 20, 2021|

By Amy McFerrin One year in, challenges related to COVID-19 are nothing new. But the Sul Ross women's basketball team weathered far more than pandemic protocols this season. Head Coach Katie Novak began her fourth [...]

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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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SRSU President Quells Criticism Over Campus Trees

May 10, 2021|

By Nora Hillery, Skyline High school Correspondent  ALPINE_Sul Ross State University President Pete Gallego appears to have won community support for a controversial landscaping plan that involved culling dozens of old growth trees. “I think [...]

Construction on Campus: What to Expect for The Fall 2021 Semester

May 10, 2021|

By Gabriela Olivas, Skyline Student Life and Trends Reporter ALPINE_  The Sul Ross Alpine campus is undergoing construction and landscaping renovations. The Skyline spoke to Executive Director of Physical Plant Jessie Lara about the changes.  [...]

BREAKING: Sen. Gutierrez Accuses SRSU President Of Illegal Lobbying

March 26, 2021|

By Justice Santa Cruz Skyline Student Life & Politics Correspondent ALPINE- In the aftermath of his apparent failure to merge Sul Ross State University into the Texas A&M system, Democrat Senator Roland Gutierrez  said March [...]

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Making History in a Crazy Covid Year

April 20, 2021|

By Amy McFerrin One year in, challenges related to COVID-19 are nothing new. But the Sul Ross women's basketball team weathered far more than pandemic protocols this season. Head Coach Katie Novak began her fourth [...]

All About SRSU’s Office for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

April 12, 2021|

By Gabriela Olivas, Skyline Student Life and Trends Reporter ALPINE_ The Office for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion has given a platform for diverse SRSU students and faculty a voice and a place for us all [...]

Tristen Licon: Leaving a Legacy

March 19, 2021|

By Viviana Sanchez Skyline Copy Chief ALPINE- You can’t go to a Sul Ross basketball game without hearing the name Tristen Licon. The Skyline interviewed graduate student Licon about his basketball career and time at [...]

Sul Ross Police Officer Kate Rubio

March 19, 2021|

By Liam Littlefield Skyline Student Life Correspondent  ALPINE- Kate Rubio graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Sul Ross State University on December 12, 2020. Four days later she graduated from [...]

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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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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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