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The Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed Sunday that two Texas A&M University-Kingsville students were killed in a vehicle accident Saturday, about 90 miles...
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Five years ago, Eduardo Hernandez never would have believed that he would one day be offered the chance to further pursue his education on...
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What does it mean to be a woman living with one X chromosome, or in other words, Turner Syndrome? Speaker Karen A. Freedle, MD...
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Finding one’s voice is one of the most liberating moments in a person’s life. However, stumbling across this moment can be rather difficult. So, whenever someone...
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What is success? Most people attend college in hopes of becoming successful, yet the true definition is a mystery. How do we measure success? Are...
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iTech is revamping software and swapping out old equipment across campus. Lonnie Nagel, associate chief information officer, provided the South Texan with some insight regarding...
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For some a bone marrow transplant is the only cure. For patients with leukemia, lymphoma, and blood cancer they go through chemotherapy, different type...
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February is Black History month nationwide and Texas A&M University-Kingsville has an array of activities taking place during the annual celebration. TAMUK opened its observance...
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The presidential election of 2016 sparked a frenzy of political debate throughout the United States. Within hours of the election results, people marched and...
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The Texas A&M University-Kingsville Trombone Choir had the honor of opening for one of the leading trombonists in the world - Joseph Alessi - at...
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