Friday , 24 October 2014
Current Events


Running for a cause

Texas A&M University Kingsville hosted its 14th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5K Walk/Run in support for those who have been affected by the illness and to promote wellness. The event, which kicked off 8:15 a.m. on Oct. 18, featured many teams and individuals arriving before the registration time. Many booths were set up to hand out fruit and water and ... Read More »

TAMUK becomes historical landmark

Texas A&M University- Kingsville was presented with a historical marker on Oct. 17, signifying the importance of the university’s history to the state. The unveiling took place outside College Hall and was attended by President Dr. Steven H. Tallant, several city commissioners and Kingsville Mayor Sam Fugate. Several guests, alumni, and current students were also present for the unveiling. “TAMUK ... Read More »

Annual 5K to raise breast cancer awareness

Texas A&M University-Kingsville will be hosting its 14th annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5k Walk/Run to support or honor those who have been affected by the illness. The event, which is sponsored by the Student Health and Wellness Center and Alpha Sigma Alpha, will start at 8:15 a.m. on Oct. 18 at the Memorial Student Union Building Courtyard. Attendees can choose ... Read More »

Celebrating homecoming with sober spirits

Every 90 seconds, someone is injured from drunk driving accidents, according to To start off Homecoming Week at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Student Activities along with the Health and Wellness program, PEP TALK and Aramark put together Homecoming Sober Spirits to educate students about staying safe from the weeklong festivities. “We are showing students how to have fun at homecoming, but ... Read More »

Go print saves paper all across TAMUK

More and more computer labs across campus are becoming Go Print compatible, limiting the amount students are allowed to print. Go Print, introduced last spring, assigned accounts to every student on campus and gave them a set number of credits for printing. Going over would induce a fee to print more. The system was implemented to save pages. “The process ... Read More »

Jaime Martinez Takes the Reins in the Interim


There is a new head coach about to be roaming the sidelines of Javelina Stadium and he is quite the familiar face.  Read More »

Concert held in honor of TAMUK professor battling cancer

Breast cancer awareness is not only meant to inform individuals, but help people come together and be creative to help those in need. The Texas A&M University – Kingsville (TAMUK) music department performed a concert at the Smith Recital Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 7 benefitting Dr. Ann Fronckowiak, assistant professor of oboe and music theory. Fronckowiak was diagnosed with breast ... Read More »

Gamers take time to create their own

Most gamers will prefer to play the game. Fewer will put down the controller and try and create a game of their own. Chris Cavazos, said he and his friends, Robert Perez, sophomore mechanical engineering major, and Spencer Cammer, mechanical engineering major, have been working on their project since March. “Currently, it’s in the beginning state. We’ve got a little ... Read More »

Diagnosing the problem

Though the sometimes spotty Internet suggests otherwise, the internet service has only steadily improved since 2010. Robert Paulson, chief information officer of iTech at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, said the bandwidth has increased to 550 megabits a second, up from 425 Mb/s last year and 300 Mb/s the year before. “In 2011, we increased the bandwidth. It had been 100 Mb/s ... Read More »

Empowering Peru through education

Wilson Sagastegui, a Peruvian scholar, was invited to Texas A&M University-Kingsville for a month in order to share his knowledge of Peru. Sagastegui is currently working for a non-governmental organization called “Practical Action” which focuses on educating the poor to empower them. As a child in a family of fifteen, he grew up knowing what it was like to live ... Read More »