Q & A with President Kibler on Eve of Retirement

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 about his time at Sul Ross and his plans post-retirement. Here’s what he said.   [...]

May 14, 2020|

Between Two Homes: How COVID-19 Affects Students Living in Two Countries

By Gabriela Olivas, Skyline Reporter   Many Lobos are of Mexican descent and have family living in Mexico. Recent coronavirus restrictions have left students uncertain about the status of the Mexican border. Because travel is limited to essential workers, International Bridge traffic is down. Presidio residents’ customary weekend travel to [...]

May 5, 2020|

Zoom Etiquette

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 the closures, it seems the entire world—universities included—have moved to long-distance video conferencing apps like [...]

April 9, 2020|

Be a Binging Bee

By: Viviana Sanchez Skyline reporter   Quarantine can feel a bit overwhelming. Being stuck inside your house, although tiresome and boring, is the safest and most responsible thing to do. However, I have found it’s crucial to stay busy and to remain purposely positive. Even though I am a huge [...]

April 6, 2020|

Five Video Games to Help You Unwind

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, or drawing—all valid methods—I personally tend to turn to videogames when it comes to relaxing. [...]

March 31, 2020|
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