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Music students perform at Burns Chapel Opening

The crisp, sweet notes of the tickled ivory cascaded throughout the hall, bouncing off of redone … [Read More...]

Engineering students sail to first in cardboard boat race Oct. 20

After 84.5 man hours of work, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers members Kendall Diehm, … [Read More...]

Alumni return for catfish, conversation at Fish Fry

Alumni Association members organized the Fish Fry on Oct. 20 where alumni enjoyed fried whitefish … [Read More...]

Mustangs Madness: needs improvements

Basketballs bouncing, music blaring and hundreds of students in the stands cheering and anticipating … [Read More...]

450 flames light torch parade

Campus streets radiated with the warm light of 450 torches held by students, faculty and staff as … [Read More...]

Freshman: ‘This is my first bonfire and I expect it to be lit’

The Office of Student Development and Orientation faculty members organized the bonfire on Oct. 19 … [Read More...]

Field Day competitions photo gallery

Jacob Warren, economics junior, organized the first Field Day competitions as part of homecoming … [Read More...]

UPB to host comedian John Cassidy Oct. 20

Known for his originality and witty jokes, John Cassidy is a professional comedian, magician and … [Read More...]

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Arts + Entertainment

‘Luna Gale:’ good source of entertainment

"Luna Gale," a play written by Rebecca Gilman, transformed the stage this past weekend. Held in the … [Read More...]

Blade Runner 2049: a modern masterpiece

"Blade Runner 2049" is a film that I have wanted to see ever since its announcement. With brilliant … [Read More...]

Firehouse Subs sets tastebuds ablaze

Walking through the doors and into the bright yet cozy sandwich shop, potential customers will be … [Read More...]

Kingsman sequel misses the mark

    "Kingsman: The Secret Service" was a breath of fresh air for the spy … [Read More...]

‘Good Time’: layered character writing

A good sense of direction. Great acting. Beautiful cinematography. They all enhance a movie. … [Read More...]

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Sports

Men defeat St. Edward’s 1-0

The No. 4 men's soccer team defeated No. 16 St. Edward's 1-0 in the whiteout game on Thursday, Oct. … [Read More...]

Men’s soccer to play St. Edward’s Thursday

It's a chilly night in October, and chants of "Let's go Mustangs, Let's go" ripple throughout the … [Read More...]

Men’s golf team wins first at invitational

As he loaded his golf clubs, Trip Hobson, marketing senior, smiled with confidence. His first win as … [Read More...]

Women’s soccer takes down Texas A&M Commerce

As the women's soccer players sported their Breast Cancer Awareness jerseys on Friday, Oct. 13, they … [Read More...]

Football defeats No. 2 team in division

The No. 10 football team defeated the No. 2 Texas A&M-Commerce Lions on Saturday, Oct. 7 with a … [Read More...]

Volleyball optimistic to win this weekend

The volleyball team will be traveling to San Angelo, Texas to take on the Angelo State Rams on Oct. … [Read More...]

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Campus Voice

Coach apologizes for use of profanity

After a football player said "f**k" twice on the microphone on stage at the pep rally Oct. 19 and … [Read More...]

Torchlight parade sparks community, ignites campus passion

OUR VIEW: Despite the climate in the wake of violent Charlottesville protest, we hold true to our … [Read More...]

‘If you’re from Africa, why are you white?’

I am proud to say "I am African," and those around me can feel my sense of pride when I tell them my … [Read More...]

Cultural appreciation defines college experience

OUR VIEW: Our campus is a cultural melting pot, and we all need to appreciate everyone's … [Read More...]

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