All I remember is coming to and looking around my hospital room and realizing that there was no feeling on the right side of my upper torso. I looked over to my right arm that was sitting in a large foam block with gauze from fingers to shoulder, just looking at my elbow sitting at the 90-degree angle, it had ... Read More »
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All I remember is coming to and looking around my hospital room and realizing that there was no feel...
People say money does not buy happiness. I believe that to be a stupid statement. I am not trying to...
The Hogs took advantage of their home track and field and set new national records at the Inaugural ...
Nearly 70 years have passed since the Holocaust. The students of HIST 4370/5312, The History of the ...
Located on the lawn of the main entrance to Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s Manning Hall is a ...
People say money does not buy happiness. I believe that to be a stupid statement. I am not trying to be facetious, but try telling that to a starving child. A child who views a dollar as more than a piece of paper, but a chance to survive and see the next day. People have to admit money is a ... Read More »
The Hogs took advantage of their home track and field and set new national records at the Inaugural Javelina Twilight Invitational last Saturday. The Javelinas were victorious, having the top 10 finishers of the evening in both the men and women competitors. Jeron Robinson, currently leading the NCAA Division II in high jumps, topped his own record by clearing 7 ... Read More »
Nearly 70 years have passed since the Holocaust. The students of HIST 4370/5312, The History of the Holocaust, will be joining others in the United States in preparing a Holocaust Remembrance event. Dr. Brenda Melendy is leading the students in a walkthrough exhibit that will take place in ballroom 221 B at the Student Union Building. “It’s a national event ... Read More »
Located on the lawn of the main entrance to Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s Manning Hall is a collection of dark blue pinwheels. The pinwheels, from the Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign, will be displayed throughout the month of April as a reflection of Child Abuse Prevent Month. “The pinwheels are symbolic to children,” said Kristina Bernal-Marichalar, advisor to the Sociology Honor Society, ... Read More »
FORT WORTH – Walking into a store with the scent of old books and Mozart humming from above, one would not think at first glance that it’s the scene of one of the last hat frontiers of Texas. Terry Summerhill, a short, red- headed man wearing a paisley- printed shirt and Derby hat, reflected on being a hat innovator at ... Read More »
Tremors. Most people associate them with earthquakes; however, ten million people in the United States have tremors in their head, voice, lips and hands. “Every time I picked up my horn and wanted to play an example [for my students], it would not come out right. Even though I had accepted the fact that it was going to shake, it ... Read More »
Imagine being a full time student with a job, a schedule full of extracurricular activities, and also being one of the main financial providers for your family back home. That is exactly what graduating senior Rosa Anaíd Cordova has tackled each semester at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. A first generation college student born in Brownsville, she pushes herself to become successful ... Read More »
Click, click, click . . . The sound of semi-high heels can be heard approaching in the silent, cold halls of the Human Science Department. For students sitting in the dark classroom they recognize the familiar sound as that of Dr. Catherine Coccia. “We would be studying for a test before class and once we heard the shoes tapping down ... Read More »
The Fun in the Sun Health Expo is scheduled for April 10 between 4 and 8 p.m. and will be held in the dorm area between the Dining Hall and Martin Hall. “We’re making it easier for the students to get educated about their health,” Kassy Canales, Peer Education Program (PEP Talk) president, said. “We wanted to have the expo ... Read More »