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  • The meaning of it all

    Sometimes lost in the meal is the true meaning of Thanksgiving. From the beginning, students are tau...

  • Remembering lives past

    CORPUS CHRISTI–It is a clear and sunny day in downtown Corpus Christi; lines of people wait to...

  • Ranson brings another script to life

    An eternity desert is the journey that Corey Ranson, Theatre Director creates for his next productio...

  • Passion Pays Off

    It is always a busy day at the Arts, Communications & Theatre Department at Texas A&M Univer...

  • Artist brings his Journey to TAMUK

    Like a journal, artist Carlos G. Gomez paints and shares his experiences in life that he says “will ...

The meaning of it all

Sometimes lost in the meal is the true meaning of Thanksgiving. From the beginning, students are taught the story of the pilgrims and how they traveled to the New World, but that’s as far as the details go for little children. As the years go on, the details are made more clear and students learn that one of the most ... Read More »

Remembering lives past

CORPUS CHRISTI–It is a clear and sunny day in downtown Corpus Christi; lines of people wait to buy a snack at the food stands while others gather around the make- up shops to get their face painted with traditional calavera designs Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday observed throughout Mexico as well as South Texas and around the ... Read More »

Ranson brings another script to life

An eternity desert is the journey that Corey Ranson, Theatre Director creates for his next production. Presently his third production “Stones in the Desert…Eterno” is currently showing in The Little Theatre Thursday Oct. 23 and Friday Oct. 24 at 7pm as well as Sunday Oct. 26 at 2pm. The play is based off of six characters who are on their ... Read More »

Passion Pays Off

It is always a busy day at the Arts, Communications & Theatre Department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Ilda and Cristina are very busy filling out paperwork and answering the phone. Students come in with questions and leave with answers. Dr. Manuel Flores, Chair and professor of the ACT department at TAMUK is very busy as well with students, answering his ... Read More »

Artist brings his Journey to TAMUK

Like a journal, artist Carlos G. Gomez paints and shares his experiences in life that he says “will never go away.” Last summer, Gomez went on a trip to Alaska and recorded his journey through paintings Life’s Journey, a Bato in Alaska, which Texas A&M University-Kingsville brought to the Ben Bailey Art Gallery. Gomez said he began to paint before ... Read More »

Come One Come All

The soft but powerful voice of Veronica Mireles filled the banquet hall at the Memorial Student Union Building (MSUB) as the anthem, “viva Mexico, viva Mexico” bellowed from her vocal cords during the Window on The World (WOW) event last Thursday. The WOW event brought together many of the different ethnic groups on campus to celebrate the beauty of culture, ... Read More »

Breaking a language barrier

It is a hot and humid summer day, usual Kingsville weather. Sitting on a chair outside of the dining hall, the sun hits his face directly, but this doesn’t seem to bother Turker Ertem at all. He smiles and gets comfortable on the chair as he takes his cap off. “This is my perfect weather. I’d rather have humid and ... Read More »

Hoggie meets carnie

The aroma of funnel cakes, balloons popping and loud cries of cheerful screaming is the perfect playground for a kid. Brittany Maple was lucky enough to have her own personal playground growing up with her family business, Kenny’s Funland Carnival. Brittany Maple, junior journalism major at TAMUK, is a 6th generation “carnie.” She’s not your average college student but that ... Read More »

TAMUK UPD gets new look

Being unique has always been the goal of any Javelina venture and the development of the new UPD vehicle designs were no different. Patrol officer Arnold Salazar has been with the university police department for over two years and helped develop the new design, he said as he turned the lights on the new patrol vehicle. The university received two ... Read More »

New Club Makes Statement

The printmaking club marches to their own beat, said club president Omar Gonzalez, and that beat was heard all over campus on Monday morning. “Art is a craft best served with music,” said Gonzalez. The hip shakin’, shoulder shruggin’, blues/rock jam session outside the MSUB drew the crowd in, but the show kept them captivated. Gonzalez, who is a senior ... Read More »